U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom ruled in favour of Florida Gun Supply owner Andy Hallinan whose “Muslim-Free Zone” sign resulted in a lawsuit by CAIR – the Council for American Islamic Relations.
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According to Fox, Judge Beth Bloom, it said CAIR, "insufficiently alleged imminent harm," and, "There are simply no facts grounding the assertion that Plaintiff (CAIR) and/or one of its constituents will be harmed."
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CAIR Florida Executive Director Hassan Shibly is not disappointed.
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“The judge simply said that we didn't have standing because nobody from our organization actually went and got service denied," Shibly said. "If somebody from the Muslim community were to go and get a denial of service then Andy will be liable. So we are very excited about that and it should be sending him a strong message once he gets over the initial elation.”
Nonetheless, Hallinan celebrated his victory on his YouTube channel with a video titled “
Message to C.A.I.R.: Victory is SWEET. We don't CAIR.”
CAIR says they will appeal the judge's ruling.
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