Saturday, March 27, 2010

'Cold Case CAIR,' or 'The Malcolm X-Files'

CAIR-MI’s dogged exposure of Abdullahgate continues.

The Dearborn Press & Guide reported Friday that CAIR is conducting “its own investigation into the Oct. 28 shooting death of Imam Luqman Ameen Abdullah.” (“Islamic groups moving forward on their own probe of FBI incident here”).

We already went over this here at DU. There isn’t much new to say until the Dearborn Police Department finally releases its report. Until then, Dawud Walid has to keep this little fire going with less and less fuel all the time.

The P&G quotes Walid’s latest:
“The community concern (over the imam’s death) is escalating. It’s not decreasing,” reports the Press & Guide. “I don’t just mean the Muslim community. I mean communities of various faiths.”
A striking remark. Especially when no details are reported of who these other faith communities are and how they're expressing their escalating concerns. I haven’t heard anything in the Catholic community, for example, about how area priests are worried now they might be gunned down while engaged in their clerical duties. Like trafficking in stolen goods.

Oh, yeah?, threatens Walid, well, “[u]ntil there is complete transparency regarding the events surrounding Abdullah’s death, community concerns will remain unsatisfied.”

Oh, tell us another one! As if CAIR’s Grievance-Meter™ even has a dial setting for “satisfied.”

And still somehow Walid’s threats don’t seem to be scaring anyone. The FBI, diversity-addled as they are after years of CAIR sensitivity training, hasn’t retreated an inch from its position that task-force agents handled Abdullah by the book.

As for John Conyers’s cameo appearance in support of CAIR’s mission a few weeks ago, no one took that too seriously. Does Walid think Conyers’s is going to go to the wall for a radical Muslim who lost in a shootout with the feds, when he wouldn’t even stand by how own wife as she faced being sentenced to prison just a few doors down from his courthouse office?

Give it a rest, Walid.

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