No, the Council on American-Islamic Relations Doesn’t Like Homosexuals

In order not to jeopardize their pursuit of U.S. governmental access and partnerships with left wing anti-Israel activists, most CAIR officials have avoided expressing such opinions publicly. More often they have ignored the issue of homosexuality or denied that it is prevalent in the Muslim community. Echoing the laughable claims of former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that his country has no homosexuals, CAIR-Chicago director Ahmed Rehab once objected to the presence of a gay Muslim American character in a local theater production, saying that homosexuality is an issue “not…very prevalent in the Muslim community” that was “imposed upon it by the play makers.”