GROUP WITH TERROR TIES PUTS OUT COMMERCIAL for “Islamophobia” Cure

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The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a group know to have ties to terrorist groups, has released a parody video for a medicinal and curable chewing gum called “Islamophobin.” The satirical video details a faux gum that instantly cures perceived islamophobia in Americans.

“Side effects include fondness, brotherhood, acceptance,” the ad says as a Caucasian man and ethnic Muslim buddy up together. CAIR set up a website, Islamophobin.org, to detail more about fear of Muslims and send supporters to an Amazon page where they can actually buy the product, which is actually just normal green chewing gum.

The video fails to mention that Islam is based on the Quran which promoted violence.  They forgot to mention 9/11 and all the other dangerous sides effects of the Muslim religion.

The video for Islamophobin and the Facebook comment can be viewed below

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