Most here probably know about the following, but I'm posting the information anyway....
From the May 23, 2006 edition of Front Page Magazine, in an article by Joe Kaufman:
"...Two Sundays ago, an e-mail was sent out by CAIR denouncing the website, Little Green Footballs (LGF) [Go to LGF], for what CAIR said were two threats aimed at Muslims found in the comments section of a blog entry on the site. One of the comments was no doubt a threat. It stated, 'The next time someone in a truckstop or a Starbucks or a library or any public place says ANYTHING even resembling support for the Muslim "cause" WILL be sent to either the hospital or worse. . .just waiting to bash someones face in. no more games." To the website’s credit, the dangerous comment was removed. The other quote, which was a strongly worded statement against the religion of Islam and those the author referred to as 'Muslim savages,' was allowed to stay and was later debated.
"While CAIR proudly displayed the offending quotes and, at the same time, unjustly and irresponsibly labeled LGF an 'internet hate site,' a vital piece of information was missing from the e-mail. The blog entry, from where the quotes came, was an announcement of the death of Daniel Wultz, who had passed soon after waking out of a nine-day coma. The entry was titled, 'US Teen Murdered by Palestinians.'
"Many of the blog comments offered prayers to the Wultz family. Others dealt with the terrorist groups’ reactions to Wultz’s injuries. In an interview with Aaron Klein from World Net Daily, Abu Ayman, a PIJ leader, said, 'Our hero believed in Allah and died while fighting for Allah but your pig was killed in a restaurant in an area full of prostitution.' And Abu Nasser, a leader of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, the other group responsible for the attack, stated, 'This is a gift from Allah. We wish this young dog will go directly with no transit to hell.' With comments such as these and others made before them, posters on LGF were understandably upset.
"CAIR strangely left all of that out...."
Go here to read the entire FPM article, which has many internal links, unenabled in the above excerpt.
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