CAIR scrubs poster, claims 'subject to misinterpretation'

Thomas Lifson
CAIR's California chapter is removing from its website a poster showing a sinister silhouette of an old fashioned sinister detective, and carrying the words "Build a Wall of Resistance - Don't Talk to the F.B.I." Ibrahim Hooper (aka, Doug Hooper), the group's spokesman, refuses to denounce the poster, but rather cites a "manufactured controversy."

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 "The entire American-Muslim community is under the microscope right now with a cottage industry of Muslim bashers," he said. "We're used to this kind of attack by the Islamophobic hate machine and in this case there is some justification in terms of the possibility of misinterpretation of this poster."


Now, how could one misinterpret this poster? Is there any other possible interpretation other than believing it discourages cooperation with the FBI in the hunt for terrorists?
CAIR's California chapter is removing from its website a poster showing a sinister silhouette of an old fashioned sinister detective, and carrying the words "Build a Wall of Resistance - Don't Talk to the F.B.I." Ibrahim Hooper (aka, Doug Hooper), the group's spokesman, refuses to denounce the poster, but rather cites a "manufactured controversy."

Fox News
has the story:

 "The entire American-Muslim community is under the microscope right now with a cottage industry of Muslim bashers," he said. "We're used to this kind of attack by the Islamophobic hate machine and in this case there is some justification in terms of the possibility of misinterpretation of this poster."


Now, how could one misinterpret this poster? Is there any other possible interpretation other than believing it discourages cooperation with the FBI in the hunt for terrorists?