CAIR tells CNN America bears some blame for terror attacks

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    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/12/0...s-some-blame-for-terror-attacks/?intcmp=hpbt1


    Muslim leader from CAIR tells CNN America bears some blame for terror attacks


    America bears some of the blame for the bloody wave of Islamic extremism that has brought terrorism to San Bernardino, Paris and locations around the world, according to a spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

    In a Friday CNN interview, Hussam Ayloush, of the group's Los Angeles chapter, said American foreign policy has helped fuel the rage that drives Muslim radicals to kill in the name of their faith.

    “Let’s not forget that some of our own foreign policy, as Americans, as the west, have fueled that extremism,” Ayloush told "New Day" host Chris Cuomo
     
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    The only person to blame is the terrorist themselves. CAIR is a propaganda machine for the Muslim Brotherhood. Of course they are going to blame someone else.
     
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    And we do bear some of the blame. We destabilize an area and bigger and badder crap backfills the hole and comes after us. That of course doesn't justify murder.
     
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    For the most part it's a culture clash.

    However In may 0f 1948 the US played a major roll in re-establishing Israel as a nation in what is known as Palestine. That is when and where it began to get really violent. Palestinians have never forgiven us for Israel.

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    But he's saying it does.
     
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    There was intercommunal violence in Palestine loooong before the founding of Israel, going back to the 1920s.
     
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    This is caled blaming the victim
     
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    If cair enrages someone enough to bomb its headquarters, then cair shoulders part of the blame.
     
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    CAIR may be correct: John Kerry said that there was a rationale for the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris.
     
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    Show me where he says what the US has done justifies murder?
     
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    Yes. It was learned by watching y'all blame all the unarmed, dead black folks killed by the police for their own deaths.;)
     
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    I know that but since there was no Israel in the 1920's who were they getting violent with?
     
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    I wrote inter-communal. The area was under Britsh Mandate between 1918 and 1948. The communities were the Arab Muslim and the Jewish. This is a link to the Wikipedia article Intercommunal Conflict in Mandatory Palestine.
     
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    OK Squire, I understand.

    My point was we (The UN actually) gave the Palestinians and the entire Muslim world a focus for national hatred (The State of Israel) which escalated to the 6 day war.

    I am old enough to remember that in the news and movies etc, before the 1948 rebirth of Israel, Muslims were almost always depicted as polite, wise and kind to strangers. This dwindled rapidly after 1948 because of the escalating violence to this very day spreading throughout the muslim world.

    Had this rebirth of Israel never happened perhaps we would still be in the pre-1948 attitude.

    Not saying it was or was not of God. However the devout Hasidim do not believe it was of God because they say the Messiah Himself must restore Israel.

    Then again they don't believe Jesus is their Messiah.

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    Sounds just like CAIR to me - hope they're enjoying the hotline to the WH they have now, all good things come to an end.

    The US foreign policy, you say? Now, who has been in charge of that for seven years now? Obama, Clinton and Kerry, all of which CAIR supported during their elections. Yet the US is still to blame for what the RoP does in this country? LOL, sure they want Israel off the map and Obama hasn't delivered on that. They'll really be crying soon and I hope they're not so dumb as to do another one right before the election next year. This isn't Spain.
     
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    Didn't you know that the Muslims believe like Rev. Wright, the "roosters have come home to roost!" I'm surprised they're not blaming Bush, too! Roflmao
     

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