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Muslims Sue Liberal Group Backed By George Clooney

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The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which just received a generous donation from George Clooney, is now being sued by one of those Muslims that Clooney claims to want to protect from “white” hate-speech.

The plaintiff, Maajid Nawaz, is a British Muslim reformer who has taken a public stand against his co-religionists’ propensity for violence.

Nawaz is suing the SPLC for putting him on a “hate list” alongside the KKK and neo-Nazi groups all because he spoke out against jihad.

Said Nawaz of his lawsuit:

“The Southern Poverty Law Center, or SPLC, who made their money suing the KKK, was set up to defend people like me but now have become the monster they have claimed they wanted to defeat.”


Also on that list is Somalian-Dutch national Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a former Muslim and anti-Islam activist who lives under constant security protection because of threats to her life from radical Islamic adherents.

As we noted, this comes just days after George Clooney and his wife, Amal, donated $1 MILLION to the SPLC because they “wanted to add our voice (and financial assistance) to the ongoing fight for equality. There are no two sides to bigotry and hate.”

Well, George, you might have put your money in the wrong place.

Because it looks like the SPLC is very much taking sides, and in the cases of Nawaz and Hirsi Ali, it’s actually taking sides AGAINST those who are speaking out against hate, incitement and violence!

Doesn’t sound like a very good group to get into bed with.

What’s really scary is that these “hate lists” put out by the SPLC have very real influence over unhinged liberals.

From Breitbart:

There is evidence in at least one case that an SPLC “hate list” inspired a man to commit an act of domestic terrorism. In 2012, a man named Floyd Lee Corkins III broke into the Family Research Council (FRC) offices with the intent of killing everyone inside. In a taped interrogation with the FBI, he admitted he found his target on an SPLC hate list.


Words matter. Words, or, in this case, incitement, can and do lead to deadly violence.

The SPLC shouldn’t be getting support from any reasonable person, least of all those claiming to champion free speech, tolerance and peace.

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