Dearbornistan police are investigating two incidents of possible anti-Muslim
vandalism graffiti in the city, (even though the vandalism has NOTHING to do with Muslims) according to a press release sent out by theMichigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
DEARBORN PATCH According to Hamas-linked CAIR-MI Executive Director Dawud Walid, the American Moslem Bekaa Center, located on Chase Road north of Ford Road, was targeted in the spray-painting, as well as a building nearby on Chase that is soon to be opened as a restaurant.
Both buildings were tagged with the words “Chaldean Mob” or “MB.”
Walid said the names are related to the Chaldean Mafia, a group that was notorious for drug trafficking in the Detroit area in the 1980s and ’90s. However, any specific ties to that group have not been established in this case.
“We’re asking all mosques to take extra security precautions,” he said. “It’s a sad commentary on our society that there are (people) who would desecrate houses of worship. It seems that nothing is sacred these days.”
CAIR-MI put out a request to community members to call police with any information on the incidents. Walid said that he had spoken with Dearborn Chief of Police Ronald Haddad (a Muslim), who confirmed that the department is investigating the vandalism.