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Yes, Muslim Ellison shed big tears for a Muslim who died on 9/11, but not for all the almost 3,000 "infidels" who died on that day. Ellison is exposed in this article as a radical and an ally of the terrorist-linked Muslim group, CAIR.

By Cliff Kincaid
March 11, 2011
 Buzz up:

Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) got some headlines for breaking down in tears during the Homeland Security Committee hearing on Thursday, but another witness, Abdirizak Bihi, Director of the Somali Education and Social Advocacy Center in Minneapolis, offered something more newsworthy—an indictment of Ellison himself.

Although he didn’t identify Ellison by name, Bihi’s criticism of local leaders, religious and political, was seen as partly a reference to Ellison being an obstacle to finding out what happened to 20 Somali young people who had disappeared from Ellison’s congressional district and showed up in Somalia as terrorists.

No wonder Ellison had called the hearing a “witch-hunt.” He was the witch.

As noted in advance by the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, “Bihi has been publicly critical of Ellison’s handling of the disappearance of some 20 Somali youths recruited by a Jihadist group in their native country.” Bihi’s nephew Burhan Hassan was killed in Somalia after traveling there to join Al-Shabbab, a terrorist organization working to overthrow the Somali government.

But it wasn’t just Ellison, the first Muslim elected to Congress. The Star-Tribune previously reported that Bihi had “accused the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Minnesota chapter of discouraging local Somalis from cooperating with the FBI” in trying to find out what happened.

The FBI had cited CAIR’s links to terrorist groups. But Ellison has worked with CAIR and has spoken at their events.

Tags: CAIR, Islam, Keith-Ellison, Peter-King, hearings, terrorism

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