CAIR-Hamas Leader Blames Jews in Arabic Tweets, But Not in English

CAIR-Hamas Leader Blames Jews in Arabic Tweets, But Not in English

Via creepingSharia-

The Prophet said, “War is deceit.” Here’s another example of Muslim talking heads saying one thing to Arabic-speaking audiences and another to English-speaking audiences. via The Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch.

Nihad Awad, the leader of the US-based Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), has posted back-to-back Tweets, one in Arabic language blaming the “Israeli Lobby” for the prosecution of convicted Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Sami Al-Arian and one in English omitting the phrase. In his Arabic language version, Mr. Awad writes:

“Good news: the U.S. Government dropped all charges against Dr. Sami Al-Arian after 11 years of suffering because of the Israel Lobby. Congrats to him and to the team of lawyers.”

while his English version reads:

“Great news: The Federal government dropped all charges against Dr. Sami Al-Arian. Congrats to him, family & legal team. Justice at last.”

This is one of the most egregious example seen to date by the GMBDW of a Global Muslim Brotherhood leader writing one thing for Western audiences and another for Arabic readers. (Mr. Awad’s tweets are also somewhat misleading as the charges referred to were in reference to the criminal contempt case against Mr.Al-Arian and not his conviction for aiding a terrorist group from almost ten years ago.)

Oh, al Arian is now set to be deported for his terror conviction. But Eric Holder never met a terrorist he didn’t like so don’t get your hopes up.

Creeping Sharia

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