The Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has launched what World Bulletin characterized as a "satirical public awareness campaign to challenge growing Islamophobia in America."

CAIR explains: "Prompted at least in part by anti-Muslim rhetoric employed by public figures like Donald Trump and other GOP candidates we decided to launch Islamophobin. With Islamophobin, we hope to dispel a serious problem with a witty and humorous manner. Buy and distribute Islamophobin to help us dispel Islamophobia."

CAIR is congratulating itself on its "witty and humorous" idea, but it isn't even original to the group. Back in July 2010, while speaking in Sweden, I was handed a box of "Islamofobil" pills that promised to cure "Islamophobia" and promote "multiculturalism" and "open-mindedness." Is CAIR paying a royalty to the people who marketed "Islamofobil" pills?

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