(FRESNO, CA, May 7, 2020) – The Central California Council Office on
American-Islamic relations (CAIR-CC) today condemned hateful social media
Posts now from U.S. social media accounts House have been deleted
Candidate Ted Howze.
Howze is a Republican who challenges Democratic MP Josh Harder
California’s headquarters in the 10th congressional district.
From January 2017 to March 2018 Howze’s Facebook and Twitter
Posts reportedly shared posts calling Islam “the cult of death”
that made fun of a survivor of the Parkland High School shootout – among other things
disruptive content. Howze claims that he did not publish these comments.
In a statement, CAIR-CC Outreach Director Sukaina Hussain said:
“It is very worrying that Ted Howze did not know that such hateful content was posted on his social media for more than a year as he was preparing for a political campaign. Because this is his accounts, the responsibility lies with what’s on them, his lack of answers about who posted and why it took him so long to remove the posts is also worrying. Howze must take full responsibility and be fully transparent about what has happened. “
CAIR-CC is an office of CAIR, America’s largest Muslim civilian
Freedoms and advocacy. Your mission is to improve understanding of
Islam, protecting civil rights, promoting justice and empowering American Muslims.
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