Those supporting mass murder by Muslims say that putting them on watch list is discriminatory?
Placing Muslim jihadists on a ‘terror watch list’ is now apparently discriminatory, according to the Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).CAIR has a practice of playing the victim. It has been tied to the Holy Land Foundation which was accused of offering financial support to Islamic terrorist organizations. They appear to back the goal of Islamic supremacy and would use the US courts to achieve that objective and then deny rights to non-Muslims.
In two federal lawsuits this week, CAIR alleges that the U.S. government’s terror watch list is unconstitutional because it violates the rights of individuals on the list, according to a report by Courthouse News Service.
“Defendants have utilized the watch list, not as a tool to enhance aviation and border security, but as a bludgeon to coerce American Muslims into becoming informants or forgoing the exercise of their rights, such as the right to have an attorney present during law enforcement questioning,” the lawsuits claim.
Executive Director of CAIR Dawud Walid said that if the federal government was going to track Islamic extremism, it should also surveillance Donald Trump supporters.