CAIR’s Michigan Director  Dawud Walid claims on CPAN that white men are the real terrorists:

Walid is no stranger to controversy. His job is to shout Islamophobia no matter if a Muslim is guilty or not. He’s a master at twisting the facts to fit his narrative. His latest cry of Islamophobia is below the video.


A young girl was checking into the Emergency Room at the local hospital and was attacked from behind by a man who had been hanging out there all day. The woman was wearing hijab so Walid is screaming Islamophobia about the attack.

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The problem with that is that the man had been harassing EVERYONE all day:

Click on Detroit reports:

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The attacker ran up from behind and punched her in the head and knocked her to the ground.

“She never saw it coming,” said Majed Moughni, the victim’s attorney. 

The attacker is John Deliz, according to Dearborn police. A report says Deliz had been discharged from the hospital that day. Reports said he accosted other patients asking for cigarettes, and attempted to wander down hallways. 

Security told Deliz if he was going to wait in the lobby for a ride he had to sit down and leave other patients alone. That’s when the video shows the teen at the counter and Deliz attacking her. 

The victim is suing Beaumont Dearborn saying she will have emotional distress for years to come. The victim and her attorney also allege the attack may have been religiously motivated.

Beaumont Dearborn issued the following statement in response to the attack:

“On Feb. 10, a patient in the Beaumont, Dearborn Emergency Center became physically aggressive with another patient in the waiting room. Beaumont security personnel responded immediately and took action to protect the patient and others in the emergency room. Dearborn Police were contacted and Beaumont staff cooperated fully in the investigation. We take pride in our service to this diverse community and want all patients to feel welcome at Beaumont.”


Get ready for more of the same with questions surrounding the death of a muslim man being watched by the terrorism task force. The muslim community is saying Usaama Rahim was shot and killed by police for no reason. The FBI was following him for a reason and when you’re asked repeatedly to put your weapon down by the police or FBI it’s a great idea to do it. Watch for twists and turns on this one…


The Imam sent out a message blaming the police as did the director of CAIR Michigan:

“Your prayers are requested:

This morning while at the bus stop in Boston, my youngest brother Usaama Rahim was waiting for the bus to go to his job. He was confronted by three Boston Police officers and subsequently shot in the back three times. He was on his cell phone with my dear father during the confrontation needing a witness. His last words to my father who heard the shots were: I can’t breathe! While at the hospital, Usaama Rahim died!  From Allah we come, and to Allah we return.” – Imam Ibrahim Rahim

I just watched the FBI Boston press conference on the homicide of Usaama Rahim. The FBI stated that there was no arrest warrant for him this morning, and that they were merely trying to question him. The FBI didn’t state that he committed any crime whatsoever. They didn’t say if they were plain clothes agents or not. So in other words, they came up on him around dawn at a bus stop to talk with him without an arrest warrant nor sufficient evidence to charge him with any crime.

A man under 24-hour surveillance by anti-terrorism investigators was shot and fatally wounded by a Boston police officer and an FBI agent Tuesday morning as he threatened them with a large, military knife, authorities said.

Usaama Rahim, 26, attacked after he was approached in Boston’s Roslindale neighborhood as part of an “investigation that’s been going on for some time by the Joint Terrorism Task Force,” Police Commissioner William B. Evans said at a news conference Tuesday afternoon.

“We believed he was a threat,” Evans said. “He was someone we were watching for quite a time. The level of alarm brought us to question him today. I don’t think anybody expected the reaction we got out of him.”

Evans said officers retreated when Rahim approached with the knife. With their lives in danger, the officers fired, hitting Rahim with two bullets, one to the torso and one to the abdomen, he said.

Vincent Lisi, head of the Boston FBI office, would not disclose any specifics of why Rahim was being investigated.

The man shot when he approached the officer and FBI agent with a machete and refused to back down, officials said.

He said, “I can tell you that our investigation is still ongoing. There’s a lot more for us to do.” He would not comment on whether other people are being looked at in the investigation, but he said, “I don’t think there’s any concern for public safety right now.”

Read more: Boston Globe

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