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Council on Islamic-American Relations Director Is Sad More Russians Didn’t Die in TU-154 Jet Crash


Hussam Ayloush, the Executive Director of the Louisiana chapter of the Council on Islamic-American Relations (CAIR), is trying to back peddle and apologize for this Tweet basically wishing more Russians had died in the TU-154 jet crash on Christmas:

Some “human rights” activist. How exactly does one apologize for wishing death on 88 strangers?

Like this:

Get ready for an eye roll… a potentially painful, seeing your own brain one.

Because nothing says sorry like making excuses for your disgusting behavior on Twitter with a “heartfelt” apology on Facebook.


Can you imagine what would happen if a conservative had made an even remotely similar comment on social media about “jihadis” or even ISIS?

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