CAIR official doubles down on not honoring troops on Memorial Day

At least Zahra Billoo, head of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Council on Islamic America Relations (CAIR) is being honest. Ryan Mauro of the Clarion Project reports:

A top Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) official took time out of her Memorial Day weekend to stand by her opposition to honoring fallen U.S. soldiers on the holiday and specifically took aim at Muslim-Americans who serve in the U.S. military.

For the third year in a row, the executive director of CAIR's San Francisco Bay Area chapter, Zahra Billoo, bashed the U.S. military on the holiday in which we are supposed to thank them for their sacrifices.

She was responding on Twitter to Robert Spencer:

 

 

At least she is not practicing taqiyaa.

At least Zahra Billoo, head of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Council on Islamic America Relations (CAIR) is being honest. Ryan Mauro of the Clarion Project reports:

A top Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) official took time out of her Memorial Day weekend to stand by her opposition to honoring fallen U.S. soldiers on the holiday and specifically took aim at Muslim-Americans who serve in the U.S. military.

For the third year in a row, the executive director of CAIR's San Francisco Bay Area chapter, Zahra Billoo, bashed the U.S. military on the holiday in which we are supposed to thank them for their sacrifices.

She was responding on Twitter to Robert Spencer:

 

 

At least she is not practicing taqiyaa.