*Cair Intructs Muslims To Self Pat: Strip Search In Public!*

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    1. But Cair is saying that the problem that muslims present should be over looked, and they should be allowed to self pat down at airports.
    2. Does anyone else see a problem with this?
    3. These greezy freaking muslims want to be exempted from the searches, and allowed to rub on themselves, through thier hjabs, and head gears etc.
    4. I tell you frankly the TSA is just about scared enough towards muslims to permit it.
    5. But hold on a second, I think that if we gentiles as a group have to be groped by the TSA, then muslims should be strip searched in public view, just to make sure they have nothing that explodes.
    6. Men women and children, strip search em all!
    7. Link and sample:CAIR: Muslim Group Updates Travel Advisory for Holiday Weekend - Yahoo! News


    "WASHINGTON, Nov. 24, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today issued an updated travel advisory for those concerned about new airport security measures involving full-body scanners and more invasive pat-downs.

    Background:

    Earlier this year, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) began phasing in full-body Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) scanners in airports as a primary screening method. In February, CAIR supported a statement by a prominent group of Muslim scholars that the full-body scanners violate religious and privacy rights.

    SEE: Airport Body Scanners Violate Islamic Law, Muslims Say

    Airport body scanners violate Islamic law, Muslims say - USATODAY.com

    In late October, the TSA revised its standard pat-down procedure, particularly for those opting out of the AIT scanner, to allow a much more intrusive manual search of passengers' bodies by TSA officers.

    Passengers who have undergone the new standard pat-down procedure have reported feeling humiliated by a search they describe as invasive and that has involved TSA officers touching the face and hair, the groin area and buttocks, and in between and underneath breasts.

    On November 11, CAIR issued a travel advisory that was distorted by Islamophobes who falsely claimed the advisory said there was a special TSA exemption for Muslim passengers who wear Islamic head scarves (hijab). In fact, the CAIR advisory was based on TSA guidelines for all passengers, regardless of faith.

    8. Sure they claim that they want it to extend to all flyers, but they couldn't CAIR less.


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    SirJamesofTexas
     
    Last edited: Nov 24, 2010

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