FOREVER playing the victim card, Muslims from designated terrorist group CAIR, want us to believe that Muslims in America are continuously oppressed and discriminated against. When not trying to identify themselves as the “New Jews” (as in Nazi Germany), they try to compare their experience in America with that of the Japanese who were sent to the Manzanar internment camps in California following the Pearl Harbor attack.
CAIR premiered “Muslims at Manzanar: A Civil Rights Journey” online on the anniversary of President Roosevelt’s signing of Executive Order 9066 allowing the incarceration of Japanese Americans and others in internment camps.
“We’ve seen the different forms of the same kind of rhetoric, same kind of surveillance and same kind of demonization of a people,” CAIR Sacramento Valley’s Danna Elneil said, in reference to Trump’s Travel Ban on several Muslim countries. In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of Executive Order 9066, and in light of our president’s recent Muslim ban, we present the “Manzanar” T-shirt.
Unfortunately, several ignorant, far-left Japanese-Americans in California, have bought into this obscene CAIR scam and allow these Muslims to perpetrate the myth that they are being treated like pariahs in America (as the Japanese were) because of 9/11.
A 10-minute documentary called “Muslims at Manzanar,” produced by the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) and narrated by Hamas-puppet Nihad Awad, executive director and other CAIR spokesjihadists, follows CAIR staff as they participate in the 2019 Manzanar Pilgrimage.
This documentary explores the importance of sharing connected histories and experiences as well as the power of pilgrimage and honoring significant sites in those histories. Panelists include Hussam Ayloush (CAIR-LA executive director), Eugene Fields (CAIR-LA communications manager), Bruce Embrey (Manzanar Committee), Jim Matsuoka (Manzanar Committee), and Erin Aoyama (Minidoka National Historic Site).