We constantly see Muslims playing the victim card and even US Military leaders were afraid of a backlash against Muslims after the Islamic terrorist attack on Fort Hood. Well the truth is that the number of hate crimes against Muslims is on the decline.
According to CAIR’s (Council on American Islamic Relations) study:
Anti-Muslim hate crime complaints fell by 14 percent in 2008, decreasing from 135 total complaints in 2007 to 116 in 2008.
But the number of Muslims complaining about their “civil rights” has risen. Which means that more of them are working the system to help advance Islam and weaken our security.
“In 2008, Muslims continued to face barriers to their full and equal participation in American society. Certain individuals and institutions persisted in profiting by smearing Islam. American Muslims continued to fear profiling, surveillance and undue scrutiny by law enforcement and other authorities.”
CAIR and its affiliate chapters nationwide processed a total of 2,728 incidents in 2008. That figure represents a three percent increase in reported cases from 2007 (2,652 reports) and an 11 percent increase over cases reported in 2006 (2,467 reports). It is the highest number of civil rights cases ever recorded in CAIR’s annual report. (Note: The higher number of cases is due in part to inclusion of a new category of cases related to mailed, faxed and e-mailed threats and hate messages.)
According to CAIR’s study:
The occurrence of reported civil rights complaints increased at mosques and Muslim organizations, rising from 564 cases in 2007 to 721 cases in 2008. This represents a 28 percent increase from 2007 to 2008.
Here is the part where CAIR wants to further weaken our security against the Islamic threat.
The report also offers recommendations for action by the Obama administration, Congress and American Muslim institutions.
The Obama administration is asked to 1) review and revise guidelines issued by then Attorney General Mukasey in late 2008 that allow racial and religious profiling, 2) to reduce the size of the watch lists, and 3) to implement effective means by which travelers who believe they have been profiled may seek redress. President Obama is also asked to visit an American mosque.
CAIR is no friend of America as non-Muslims know it.