Monday, December 01, 2008

CAIR and Woe

Speaking of CAIR, Frank Gaffney Jr. at NRO has a few points to make about how bad things are going for that bunch right now:
The allegations about CAIR’s conduct in the Days’ affair and the guilty verdict rendered against its co-conspirators in the Holy Land case point up a central reality: In the words of a wise lawyer, shady organizations, even stealth ones, invariably engage in culpable conduct no matter how sophisticated they are because there are too many loose ends and you cannot control all of them. It appears that that is what happened with respect to the Muslim Brotherhood’s stealth jihad operatives at CAIR.

Read the rest of it here.

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