Wednesday, January 10, 2007

The Latest Lawsuit From CAIR?


You'll remember that a while back, six Imams were carted off a plane and detained in a Minnesota airport because their loud prayers and other odd behavior scared their fellow passengers. CAIR (the Council on American-Islamic Relations) jumped to their defense, but then, when facts started coming to the light of day, it turned out those Imams were hardly innocents themselves.

Well, now we have the Miami Port incident. The other day, three Muslim men were detained at the Port of Miami because their papers and story didn't make sense when questioned by security. The whole Port was closed for a period of time, and airspace was restricted over the port when authorities found traces of esplosives.

Then, the whole thing was declared a false alarm.

Now, CAIR is threatening a lawsuit on behalf of the poor, poor three Muslim men. One of the men was so distaught by what had happened to him that he even cried during his news conference.

But apparently, these guys aren't so innocent either. Gee, who woulda thunk it, huh?


As of yesterday morning, unfortunately, the men--two Iraqis and a Lebanese man--were released and the charges against them dropped by Judge Gerald Klein, one of the many members of the not-so-exclusive "Stupid Judges and the Terrorists Who Love Them" club.

But now we know their names, Amar Al-Hadad, Hussain Al-Hadad, and Hassan El-Sayed. And we know a lot about their history. And it suggests incarcerating and investigating them, NOT releasing them and dropping all charges.

I mentioned the work of private investigator and terrorism analyst Bill Warner of South Florida. His work on terrorist group Al-Muhajiroun and Islamic Thinkers Society (and their presence in New York) is unmatched.

Warner has also exposed many used car rings around the country and their ties to Islamic terrorism and various forms of fraud involving used cars, as well as their use in car bombs. Bill has linked prominent Islamic terrorists, like Sami Al-Arian, with the used car business, a fact that prosecutors in the case confirmed (but, unfortunately, did not use in the everything-but-the-kitchen-sink case against him).

Bill looked into the Dearbornistan-Miami Three and cannot believe they were released. I agree with him. It's incredible, but leave it to our "law enforcement" to do the PC thing and let these "poor souls" go.

Here's what Bill tells me about the men:

THESE GUYS IN MIAMI ARE INTO SHIPPING USED CAR PARTS AND SALVAGE VEHICLES OUT OF THE USA, ONE OF THEM, HASSAN MOHAMMED EL-SAYED HAS AN ARREST FOR Motor Vehicle CD, False Certification.

Motor Vehicle CD, False Certification MEANS THAT THE GUY HAD A FALSE CERTIFICATE OF DESTRUCTION (CD) ON A SALVAGE VEHICLE THAT WOULD BE SHIPPED OUT OF THE USA AND THEN YOU USE THE VIN ON THAT CD VEHICLE TO MAKE A "BLACK CAR" OUT OF A STOLEN VEHICLE OF THE SAME MAKE AND MODEL, THESE GUYS ARE INTO IT.

EL-SAYED DID AT LEAST THREE YEARS IN PRISON - THESE GUYS ARE EXACTLY WHAT I HAVE BEEN TALKING ABOUT FOR THE LAST 3 YEARS!

YOU DO NOT DRIVE FROM DEARBORN TO THE PORT OF MIAMI IN A 18 WHEELER TO SHIP CAR PARTS!THEY LET THEM GO, WHAT IDIOTS!

Charges dropped and at least one guy is an ex-con linked to the stolen car racket?

Is there something wrong with the Sea Ports in Michigan or New York State that would cause these goons to drive an 18 wheeler loaded with car-parts, 1,386 miles to Miami's Sea Port?


There's much, much more where that came from. Isn't it interesting that seemingly everyone CAIR chooses to defend turns out to be some sort of shady character?

What does that say about CAIR?

Go read the rest at Debbie Schlussel.