Mailing Korans to Montana: Outreach or Intimidation?


Three days before the 13th anniversary of 9/11, Great Falls, Montana Mayor Michael Winters received a special present in the mail from the Council on American-Islamic Relations — a copy of the Koran, complete with a cover letter:

CAIR’s cover letter does not acknowledge in any way the anniversary of our country’s worst terrorist attack. It’s not what the letter says, it’s what it doesn’t say. CAIR does not condemn terrorist attacks or recent actions by Islamic terrorists. The expectation appears to be that we’re to simply accept this peaceful gesture and overlook what terrorists are doing in the name of the religious book.

While CAIR would likely say that the Quran was distributed as an educational reference tool and in peace, the timing reflects very poor judgment; so much so, that one could interpret the mailing as an “in your face” overture. Americans could easily misconstrue the campaign as a subtle threat.

Every major town in Montana has received Korans. Given that CAIR is essentially the American public relations arm of Hamas, it is hard to believe they would be surprised to hear that the gift has been perceived as the equivalent of receiving the paw of your missing dog.

Reaching right to your heartland door.

2 thoughts on “Mailing Korans to Montana: Outreach or Intimidation?

  1. They cover their faces- I guess cause they are scared to let anyone know who they are, and get away with this crap. I know. Why don’t ALL AMERICANS get together- get one each in the crosshairs of their rifle scope, and all drop ’em at the same time. “OOPS- sorry officer- our fingers slipped”.

    • Not painful enough, unless you do it in a Piggly Wiggly store, right next to the Oscar Mayer bacon. I want too make sure they don’t get their 72 virgins.

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