While the Muslim organization CAIR in Michigan whines about someone saying something offensive to a Muslim at work, a young man with a bright future is beheaded by the government of Saudi Arabia for participating in a protest. These two examples highlight the severity of difference in the American way and the Middle Eastern way. CAIR has been taking advantage of anti-discrimination laws all over America and pushing the limits of just having hurt feelings or being truly discriminated against. The goal of CAIR is to whine until they get their way which is more and more of creeping Islam into our culture.

The latest move by CAIR is being pushed by CAIR Michigan’s radical leader who says employees at three different businesses were subjected to “bias” in the workplace. The point of this is to shakedown businesses and to turn the examples into political ammo by saying it’s all Trump’s fault that someone shook a bag of pork rinds in a guy’s face. Yes, that’s what happened at one of the businesses. The other business had terrorist training and used Muslim examples for terrorists, and it offended the Muslim employee.

Let’s see, would you rather be “offended” or “beheaded”? That’s not a hard one to answer.

The leader of CAIR Michigan wasted no time in blaming President Trump for the “bias”:

Dawud Walid, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said that there has been an upswing in bias incidents against Muslims because of the tone coming from President Donald Trump.

“Open intolerance has become normal,” Walid said. There is a “growing climate in America of people espousing openly racist attitudes as well as xenophobia and Islamophobia. And this starts at the Oval Office and permeates its way down even into corporate America.”


Saudi Arabia will behead 300 people this year. They’ve already beheaded 100 people so far including a young man who was arrested while protesting during the Arab Spring. He was getting ready to fly to America to attend Western Michigan University.

Mujtaba al-Sweikat was 17 when he was detained at King Fahd International Airport in 2012. Earlier that year, Al-Sweikat allegedly attended a pro-democracy rally in the midst of the Arab Spring, which led to his arrest. He was intending to visit Western Michigan, where he had been accepted as a student:

“Mujtaba’a showed great promise as an applicant for English language and pre-finance studies. He was arrested at the airport gates as he readied to board a plane to visit our campus. We were unaware that at the moment we were ready to welcome him, he was locked away, beaten and tortured and made to ‘confess’ to acts for which he was condemned to death.”

Sweikat was beaten and tortured during his time in custody and forced to confess. The United Nations did nothing to help this young man. Saudi Arabia claimed complaints of torture weren’t true and basically ignored the UN communications.

So while CAIR Michigan is fiddling around with hurt feelings, what they should have been doing is trying to get this young man out of Saudi Arabia so he could attend college in Michigan. Wouldn’t that be a better use of time and money?

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