It's upon us. Big time. CAIR has elected State Senator Larry Shaw as board chair to "partner" with the Hussein administration. Shaw is the same future jihadi who traveled with CAIR officials to Saudi Arabia last June. From ZTruth:
Nihad Awad, the executive director and co-founder of the Council of American Islamic Relations, an organization linked to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas by the federal government, traveled to Saudi Arabia to attend a meeting organized by King Abdullah on the need for interfaith dialog. At the conference King Abdullah declared Islam is the greatest religion and blasted those who are concerned about Islamic violence:
"How great the status of the Islamic Ummah is but how difficult time it is when the enemies of Islam are attaching extremism, militancy and terrorism with the Muslim!"
Note the King's comments are similar to the words Muslim leaders in the U.S. use - don't link Islam with violence. There have been nearly 12,000 violent Islamic attacks since 9/11 and the international nature of these attacks are unprecedented in history. So why aren't they wailing that the enemies of Islam are those who carry out these attacks? Instead they call those who've paid attention Islam's enemy. Oh, the trickery of Islamists.
Yusef Qaradawi, the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood also attended the conference which included only Muslims. Qaradawi, banned from the U.S. in 1999 for his support of terrorism, who now reaches his flocthrough his website called Islamonline. Islamonline often highlights CAIR's Islamic advances in the U.S.
It's not the Jews this spokesman for Islamic jihad has in his sights: One of Qaradhawi's predictions:
CAIR Elects N.C. State Senator Larry Shaw as Board
New chairman looks forward to ‘partnering’ with administration on defending civil rights, improving America’s image
(WASHINGTON, D.C., 3/3/09) - The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation's leading Muslim civil rights and advocacy group, announced today that it has elected North Carolina State Senator Larry Shaw as its new board chairman.
CAIR’s new chairman said he looks forward to “partnering” with the Obama administration to protect civil liberties and to help improve America’s international image.
Shaw is a long-standing member of the North Carolina Senate General Assembly and a former member of the North Carolina House of Representatives General Assembly. He also serves as the chairman of the Transportation Committee and vice-chairman of the Finance Committee. Shaw was the country’s highest-ranking Muslim elected official before the election of Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) in 2006. Prior to becoming a public official, Shaw gained extensive business experience in the food service industry. He has served on CAIR’s national board for three years.
In September of 2003, the six-term legislator was elected as vice-chairman of the North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus of the state’s general assembly.
"This is a critical time in our nation’s history, a time that requires change and renewal," said CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad. “I welcome Senator Shaw as CAIR’s new chairman and believe he will be a key player in broadening the dialogue on issues of importance to our nation, from civil rights to political participation and interfaith relations.”