CAIR Is Suing Texas — You’ll Never Believe Why

CAIR, Council on American-Islamic Relations likes to bill itself as a civil rights organization. Don't you believe it. As unindicted co-conspirators in the largest terrorist funding case in U.S. history, they are not out to protect anyone's civil rights. Oh, and by the way, they're also not too fond of Israel. Israel is that thriving, wildly successful, democratic Jewish nation sitting smack dab in the middle of a bunch of Islamic theocracies and failed states.

It's because of Israel that CAIR is suing Texas:

CAIR is suing Texas because it believes that Texas should be anti-Semitic — and the Lone Star state passed legislation that it’s not. That’s quite an admission of its true colors on CAIR’s part.

Yet today, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is announcing a lawsuit against the state of Texas for passing anti-BDS legislation last year.

BDS stands for the boycott, divest and sanction movement against Israel which aims to strangle the Jewish state economically while at the same time calls for the flooding of Palestinians into Israel to destroy the Jewish character of the state.

According to the definition of anti-Semitism by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance and officially adopted by the U.S. (and 31 other nations), the BDS movement has been deemed at its core an anti-Semitic movement.

This is fundamentally because the movement “[applies] double standards by requiring of [Israel] a behavior not expected or demanded of by any other democratic nation.” For example, there are at least 100 land disputes across the globe that are not subject to “BDS” movements.

CAIR is taking part in the war against Jews and Israel.