Minority groups have previously suffered in the aftermath of terror attacks or attempted attacks, though most of those incidents have been directed at Muslim-Americans. Ibrahim Hooper, National Communications Director for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said those incidents are not indicative of the American people and any belief by bin Laden that he could prompt widespread violence in such a way between any groups was a "fantasy."A rather strange take for a guy who leads a group linked to terrorists.
"I think the viewpoint reflects more of a Neo-Nazi, white supremacist outlook on American whites than anything based in reality," he said. "I think it's fantasy based on a fundamental misunderstanding of American society."
Saturday, May 07, 2011
CAIR Honcho: Bin Laden Was Like a White Supremacist or Something
It won't be long until they're calling him a member of the Tea Party.