Once again, the “Islamophobia” canard is being wielded by CAIR as a means to attain special status to Muslims.
This is being done in public school systems, but is as yet unrecognized by authorities for what it is.
A federal judge has sided with the Council on American-Islamic Relations and against students and parents in the San Diego school district in their fight against a program that provides special protections and considerations to Islam that are not provided to other religions.
School officials voted in April 2017 to enter into a formal partnership with CAIR.
Over in Canada, CAIR’s sister organization, the National Council of Canadian Muslims (formerly CAIR-CAN), was doing the same thing.
The Jewish organization B’nai Brith noted that the book promoted the “Islamophobia” narrative and defined “Islamophobia,” in part, as “fear, prejudice, hatred or dislike directed against Islam or Muslims, or towards Islamic politics or culture.”
As B’nai Brith rightly said: “Fighting bigotry against Muslims can’t be pretext for tolerating human rights violations.”
It is now common knowledge, or at least should be, that human rights violations (including FGM, honor killing, wife-beating, and the jihad murder of infidels) are religiously mandated and practiced in Sharia states, and are increasingly being imported into Western nations.
Even the judge admitted the school district’s plan was to “develop an anti-Islamophobia Initiative … to address Islamophobia and anti-Muslim bullying and the district’s decision in April 2017 to adopt implementing ‘action steps.’”
The parents complained that the district was entangling itself with a religious organization to fight a “Muslim bullying crisis” that didn’t exist…