CAIR Joins Antifa Supporters in Mocking Beaten Journalist

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Antifa supporters in Portland, Oregon (Photo: NATALIE BEHRING/AFP/Getty Images)
Antifa supporters in Portland, Oregon (Photo: NATALIE BEHRING/AFP/Getty Images)

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) got in its own gratuitous punches at Andy Ngo, a conservative journalist brutally beaten in Portland, Oregon by Far Left Antifa supporters.

CAIR-Oregon leader Zakir Khan mocked Ngo’s journalist credentials and derided anti-Islamist journalist Michelle Malkin’s efforts to raise money for Ngo.

Seemingly giving advice to Ngo as to how to become a journalist, Khan further tweeted:

While Khan — a communications professor at Linn-Benton Community College in Albany, Oregon – gave lip service to Ngo’s plight, he managed to make the statement while getting in another dig at Malkin and Ngo, whose supporters, he charges, have issued death threats against CAIR.

“Nobody should be the victim of violence in the streets. Nobody should be the victims of death threats,” he tweeted.

Ngo is reviled by CAIR due to his stand against Islamism and exposing the fact that CAIR was named as an indicted co-conspirator in the 2007 Holy Land terror funding case – the largest terror funding in the history of the U.S.

In November 2014 CAIR was designated as a terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates along with a host of other Muslim Brotherhood entities.

CAIR was listed by the U.S. Justice Department among “individuals/entities who are/were members of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestine Committee and/or its organizations.”

The Palestine Committee was a covert body set up to advance the Brotherhood/Hamas agenda in America.



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