Friday, July 4, 2014

CAIR Gets It's Ass Handed To Them

CAIR gets it's ass handed to them.  A judge at last sees through the intimidating tactics and takyya propagated by CAIR. 


Muslim 'bullies' waging war on ordinary Americans

Posted By Bob Unruh On 07/03/2014 @ 2:33 pm In Faith,Front Page,Politics,U.S. | No Comments

A federal judge in Michigan has come to the defense of a private citizen who faced a demand from Muslim activists to produce her private emails and submit to an interrogation, all because she worried plans for an Islamic center in her neighborhood would create traffic problems.

The American Freedom Law Center announced Thursday that the federal judge had quashed the “harassing and burdensome subpoenas” issued by the Council on American-Islamic Relations to Zaba Davis.

AFLC, which sued to have the demands canceled, said that in a “rare move,” the judge also awarded AFLC attorneys’ fees and costs for having to bring the motion.

“Private citizens have a fundamental First Amendment right to publicly express to their elected officials their personal views,” said Robert Muise, AFLC co-founder.

“CAIR’s ruthless attacks demonstrate that its objectives are dangerously at odds with the Constitution. Consequently, this ruling was important not only for our clients, but for all private citizens who want to speak out against CAIR.”

It started in 2012 when the Muslim Community Association of Ann Arbor asked that Pittsfield Township rezone land for construction of an Islamic school and community center complex.

Municipal officials cited infrastructure and traffic concerns and turned down the request.

Then CAIR, which calls itself, “America’s largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization,” but, according to AFLC, “is widely known in government circles as a Muslim Brotherhood front group,” filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the township on behalf of the MCA.

The lawsuit claimed the decision was prompted by discrimination against Muslims, not concern over traffic and other problems.

In the township decision-making process, residents who lived near the proposed project “expressed concerns about the traffic congestion that would be caused by the construction of a school and community center in their neighborhood.”

AFLC said it submitted a petition expressing opposition.

In response, CAIR issued subpoenas for the personal information. Davis and her husband came home to find papers jammed in the front door demanding production of personal emails and other documents as well as an appearance at a deposition.

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