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CAIR Los Angeles Executive Director Hussam Ayloush celebrated upon hearing the news 92 Russians were killed in a plane crash, though he lamented the fact twice as many didn't die.
Hussam Ayloush's Twitter bio describes him this way: "Human rights and civil rights activist. Community organizer. CAIR-LA Exec Director. Son. Husband Father of 5." But this "human rights and civil rights activist" let his mask slip a bit too far with this one, such that even hard-Left pro-jihad writer Max Blumenthal tweeted in response to Ayloush's bloodlust: "Disgusting. But I know @CAIRNational is better than this outlandish fanatic."
Ayloush, seeing his pretense as a "human rights and civil rights activist" crumbling in the eyes of the very people he has fooled so well and for so long, swiftly deleted the tweet and began backpedaling. That will probably be good enough for Blumenthal and anyone else who thinks that Hamas-linked CAIR is a decent organization, but anyone else should consider Ayloush's record. His tweet about wanting more Russians dead was not surprising. This is the same "outlandish fanatic" who called for the overthrow of the U.S. government in a tweet after Trump was elected. he has refused to condemn Hamas. He has refused to condemn Hizballah. He solicited money for the Holy Land Foundation, which was later shut down for funneling charitable contributions to Hamas, at a rally where Muslims screamed, "Death to the Jews!"It's too bad Ayloush wasn't alone on that plane, though odds are if he was it would have been careening into the Freedom Tower.
These were great people who died.
As The Duran reports:
Today’s news of the Tupolev-154 crash is personally devastating. Of the 92 souls on board, the vast majority were members of the Alexandrov Choir, colloquially known as the Red Army Choir. The rest were civilian journalists and charity workers, including Elizaveta Glinka who has worked tirelessly to help the children of Donbass whilst the west lets them starve.
Perhaps most enduring was Alexandrov’s composition of the Soviet Anthem whose music is used as the current anthem of the Russian Federation. Few people in the world have not heard the basses, baritones and tenors of the choir. The signature sound was unlike anything in the world. The instrumentalists of the ensemble were equally talented playing a mixture of orchestral instruments, folk instruments and modern pop instruments.
Under President Putin, the prestige of the choir was restored to that of its Soviet glory and the music remains as popular as ever in Russia and the wider world. Today’s loss is a colossal blow for Russian culture. The choir will continue, it will have to be re-built from the ground up, but the voices silenced in the plane crash will continue to haunt many.Russia is our ally now, "Hussam."
Were united against the terrorists you run cover for.
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