During his segment on WBEZ he said:
"When I walked into Tahrir Square today and it was a site to behold, it was a lot more calmer in terms of no violence. When we first stormed Tahrir Square on Friday, we were facing.... dozens of tear gas bombs and rubber bullets, and police with batons."If one correctly accepts the premise that the Muslim Brotherhood is a nefarious group that seeks the overthrow of the United States, one must necessarily accept that CAIR is part of the Brotherhood. If it weren't, would the leader of CAIR's Chicago branch still have a job after participating in Muslim Brotherhood protests in Egypt?
The Chicago Tribune reported on Rehab's appearance in Cairo:
Rehab has been one of many thousands of Egyptians who have taken to the streets in an attempt to oust longtime President Hosni Mubarak.To listen to the interview between WBEZ and Rehab, Click HERE.
Rehab, who headed to Egypt on a personal mission, walked among the thousands of protesters Friday as rubber bullets whizzed by, tear gas canisters exploded and police hit protesters with batons, he said.
"We felt inspired the whole time," he said. "We knew we were creating history."