Saturday, November 22, 2008

Shocker: CAIR, Muslim Leaders Denounce Al Qaeda

Flying planes into buildings and murdering 2800 people on one morning wasn't enough for them to condemn Al Qaeda. Mass murder, bombings, beheadings, none of that offended them.

So what is it now that they take umbrage with?

Why, dissing The Messiah, of course.
Spiritual leaders of New York's African-American Muslim communities lashed out Friday at a purported al Qaeda message attacking President-elect Barack Obama and, using racist language, comparing him unfavorably to the late Malcolm X.

The imams called the recorded comments from al Qaeda second-in-command Ayman al-Zawahiri "an insult" from people who have "historically been disconnected from the African-American community generally and Muslim African-Americans in particular."

"We find it insulting when anyone speaks for our community instead of giving us the dignity and the honor of speaking for ourselves," they said in a statement read during a news conference at the Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial, Educational and Cultural Center.

The al Qaeda statement, an 11-minute, 23-second audio message in Arabic with subtitles in English, appeared on the Internet on Wednesday. Its authenticity has not been confirmed.

The message said Obama represents the "direct opposite of honorable black Americans" like Malcolm X.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations also condemned Zawahiri's comments in a statement issued Thursday.

"As Muslims and as Americans, we will never let terrorist groups or terror leaders falsely claim to represent us or our faith," the statement said. "We once again repudiate al Qaeda's actions, rhetoric and world view and re-state our condemnation of all forms of terrorism and religious extremism."
Sure, they reject all forms of terrorism (wink, wink). So why is it they're always defending terrorists?

As an aside, I have to chuckle at how CNN refers to this terrorist monster Zawahiri: Watch al Qaeda official criticize Obama.

Al Qaeda official?

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