Zahra Billoo, the executive director of the San Francisco chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), tweeted that she's more outraged at the "U.S. military terrorism" than the Taliban. She is also one of the CAIR officials who questioned whether to honor U.S. soldiers around Memorial Day. The CAIR leadership has yet to publicly repudiate remarks or fire her.

Billoo has a history of incendiary rhetoric, including supporting the terrorism of Hamas, backing the Muslim Brotherhood, advocating the elimination of Israel and pushing anti-American propaganda.

On June 10, she reacted to a terrorist attack on an airport in Karachi by the Pakistani Taliban by favorably comparing the group to the U.S. military. The tweet reads:

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