Weird, but we seem to have missed this backlash. Where exactly is it going on? Well, they may have found an incident, but something doesn’t quite add up here.
A Muslim family said Sunday that they might be victims of a hate crime after shots were fired into their Orlando house.
Amir and Nehal Elmasri said when they returned home to their gated community from feeding the homeless Sunday morning, they noticed a bullet hole in their garage door. The family said that the bullet went through their garage and into their master bedroom.
Feeding the homeless? Uh, really? And if we’re not mistaken, don’t gated communities have security entrances and other means of surveillance? Shouldn’t be hard to crack this case.
“Just a little bit of a black hole in a beige garage door, when we parked right there,” Amir Elmasri said. “So, it’s in front of my eyes and I said, ‘What is that?'”
The bullet stopped after getting lodged in a dresser drawer.
Other bullet holes were also found in the home, but no one was injured in the shooting.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Florida said that it is investigating the case with their attorneys to determine whether the family was targeted.
“The American Muslim community has faced severe backlash since the Paris terror attacks,” said Rasha Mubarak with CAIR Florida. “There have been two death threats to local mosques in Central Florida alone.”
A couple of isolated incidents which, knowing CAIR’s track record, may well be fabrications, and we’re supposed to believe there’s a severe backlash since Friday night? This is absurd. But we have a media that will report this nonsense, but have they looked into the local CAIR chapter?
CAIR’s foundation was built upon anti-Israel activists seeking to tear apart Western society. Today’s CAIR is no different. A current hotspot for CAIR extremism is in Orlando, Florida, where CAIR-Florida just held an annual fundraising banquet and just hired a coordinator to take the place of a recently arrested sexual predator. The days of Orlando only being about theme parks and tourism are over. Now, residents and tourists have something else to look forward to – the threat of radical Islam.
CAIR or the Council on American-Islamic Relations was established in June 1994 as being part of the American Palestine Committee, a terrorist umbrella group headed by then-global head of Hamas, Mousa Abu Marzook. The people who founded CAIR, including present National Executive Director Nihad Awad, were previously leaders of the Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP), a now defunct organization that was at the time the American propaganda wing of Hamas and also one of the groups that made up the Palestine Committee.
CAIR-Florida, like those who established its parent organization, is made up of anti-Israel radicals.
As to Rasha Mubarak:
Shown in photos from CAIR-Florida’s banquet is CAIR-Florida’s new Orlando Regional Coordinator Rasha Mubarak. Mubarak replaced CAIR-Florida’s previous Orlando Coordinator, Ahmad Saleem, who is currently awaiting trial after having been arrested for traveling to have illegal sexual intercourse with someone who he believed to be a twelve-year-old girl.
Apart from her job with CAIR, Mubarak is an organizer for anti-Israel demonstrations. These events have included virulently anti-Semitic signs and flags of terrorist organizations.
In November 2014, Mubarak was a featured speaker at the Al-Awda 12th Annual International Convention, held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Al-Awda, the Palestine Right to Return Coalition, is an activist group based in the US, which opposes Israel’s right to exist. Participating at the Al-Awda event, along with Mubarak, were then-Chair and Vice Chair of Al-Awda, Coral Springs, Florida-based Anas Amireh and Cleveland, Ohio-based Abbas Hamideh, who are now respectively Al-Awda Treasurer and Vice Chair.
She seems reliable.