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Virtually all Americans come together on Memorial Day to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for the country's freedom and safety. Two Council on American-Islamic Relations' officials spent the holiday weekend differently: Questioning whether U.S. troops deserve to be honored and tweeting that the country was "established upon white supremacy."

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a group labeled by the Justice Department as a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entity and unindicted co-conspirator in a terrorism-financing trial, disingenuously claims that it is a moderate organization.

Yet, on May 23, Zahra Billoo, the radical executive-director of CAIR's San Francisco Bay Area chapter, tweeted that she "struggles with Memorial Day each year" about whether to honor American soldiers who died in wars:


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