Muslim woman says Terrorists should be Honored on Memorial Day, not Soldiers

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The Muslim Council on American-Islamic Relation, otherwise known as (CAIR), said we shouldn’t honor American Soldiers that have died in battle, instead Memorial Day should be to honor terrorists killed by American Soldiers.

Millions of Americans stand together on Memorial Day to remember the fallen that worked hard and sacrificed for our freedom and safety, CAIR officials have asked whether fallen soldiers deserve to be honored by tweeting that the country was “established upon white supremacy.”

The United States embassy has already started to move Memorial Day dates in respect of Islam.


The United States Embassy enjoyed its annual 4th of July celebration on Thursday, June 4, one month early, in order to respect the upcoming Ramadhan month, which will begin on June 17 and last for one month.

On May 23, Zahra Billoo tweeted that she is struggling with Memorial Day every year,  “Struggles with Memorial Day each year. How does one balance being pretty staunchly anti-war while honoring those who died in the military?”

She quoted the CAIR official, David Walid who is the executive-director of CAIR’s Michigan chapter in another tweet, “If one dies in an unjust war in which we illegally invading and occupied a sovereign nation, should that be honored?”

This is a direct insult to fallen soldiers who have died in battle fighting jihadists for our country, Zahra Billoo should be labeled as a terrorists for clearly supporting radical Islam.

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