Zahra Billoo (right) harbors a deep and abiding hatred for America and has decided that on Memorial Day, she will not honor those American soldiers who have died for her, because many of them died in an “unjust war” that killed her fellow Muslim jihadists.
Clarion Project This is the same Zahra Billoo who, for three years in a row, has used Memorial Day to stand by her opposition to honoring fallen U.S. soldiers on the holiday and specifically criticizes Muslim-Americans who serve in the U.S. military.
Billoo tweeted that she “struggles with Memorial Day each year” about whether to honor American soldiers who died in wars and questions whether U.S. troops deserve to be honored in a country that was “established upon white supremacy.”
Billoo stepped in hot water in 2014 when the Clarion Project broke the story about how she and other CAIR officials were suggesting that fallen U.S. soldiers shouldn’t be honored on Memorial Day. The result was major media attention and outrage from Muslims honoring Memorial Day.
She responded by retweeting a comment about supporting U.S. troops “who refuse service,” tweeting about U.S. “genocide,” rape within the military and accusing critics of sexism, racism and anti-Muslim bigotry.
She isn’t the only CAIR official who hates our troops. Last year, the Clarion Project reported on how the chairman of the board for CAIR’s Arizona chapter, sent out tweets depicting the U.S. military as “occupiers” and “murderers.”
Below is her speech at the Hate Trump Women’s March: