CAIR's 'flying imams' strategy: Sue everyone
Controversial case's settlement called 'a victory for future hijackers'
by David Kupelian
October 22, 2009
Declaring the "flying imams" case – settled out-of-court yesterday in favor of the imams – to be as important to Muslims as the iconic Rosa Parks case was to blacks during the 1950s, the head of a controversial Islamic nonprofit organization in the nation's capital revealed the strategy his organization embraced in pursuing the imam's legal case: Sue everyone in sight, including passengers who, frightened by what they considered bizarre behavior, alerted authorities that a terror attack might be imminent.
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