Larry Williamson, a member of the Tulsa 912 Project, said it is “atrocious” to ask veterans to “march alongside people who represent our enemies in a current war,” the Tulsa World reports.
“I believe all American entrants who the parade is intended to honor should be made aware as soon as possible that they are being asked to share their honor with the Muslim Brotherhood, sworn enemy of the United States and our ally Israel and an enemy in our current war on the Islamic jihad in which American soldiers are fighting and dying,” he wrote in a letter to the Tulsa World.
Williamson isn’t the only Tulsan outraged over this parade entry, many in the city believe that CAIR, who will be entering a float for the first time in the Veteran’s Day parade, is directly connected to the Muslim Brotherhood. And we all know there’s a basis for this accusation.
The paper asked Williamson why he equated CAIR with the Muslim Brotherhood; he told them that the FBI has identified the group as an arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in America.
World Net Daily reports that “CAIR has consistently stated it has no connections with any terrorist groups yet the United Arab Emirates and other Arab countries have included it on their terrorist watchlist and banned its members from entering their nations….14 former CAIR officials have been investigated or charged in cases involving terrorist activity.”