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CAIR Sues California

by Lloyd Billingsley The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the California Department of Corrections on behalf of Elsiddig Elhindi, a prison guard who claims to have suffered anti-Muslim harassment for 12 years. Elhindi, 56, told the Huffington Post he had been subjected to “very very severe … Continue reading

Obama Crew Spends Christmas Helping Muslim Brotherhood

by Daniel Greenfield Throw in some community organizer golfing, pointless regulating and Farrakhan caroling, this is what an Obama Christmas looks like. The Obama administration spent Christmas week trying to get two Islamist organizations off a foreign country’s terror list. The Council on American-Islamic Relations and the Muslim American Society are both listed as Islamist … Continue reading

CAIR, 20 Years of Terror

by Joe Kaufman On the night of Saturday, November 8, the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of CAIR held its 20th Anniversary Banquet at the Santa Clara Convention Center. It was fitting that two out of three of the event’s featured speakers have been associated with terrorism, as 20 years ago CAIR was founded as … Continue reading

CAIR: Never Mind ISIS, Israel is the Biggest Threat to World Peace

by The Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT)  Vladimir Putin’s Russian forces remain poised for a possible takeover of neighboring Ukraine. Nuclear-armed North Korea is ruled by an unstable, nihilistic dictator who constantly makes new threats against American allies and the United States itself (along with some of its filmmakers). The Islamic State terrorist group slaughters as many people who cross … Continue reading

CAIR’s Tampa Terror Banquet

by Joe Kaufman When someone linked to the ’93 bombing of the World Trade Center is a featured speaker at a fundraiser sponsored by a group created by Hamas operatives and run by a Hezbollah defender, one could easily surmise that the function described would be taking place in the Middle East. Yet, this event, … Continue reading

CAIR Answers Hamas Question With Dishonesty, Bullying

Steven Emerson Cornered by a straightforward question he did not want to answer, the head of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Los Angeles office chose instead to misrepresent his organization’s actions and feign outrage that the question itself was bigoted. “Will CAIR-Los Angeles or CAIR-National – will you condemn Hamas?” Hussam Ayloush was asked … Continue reading

CAIR Impeded FBI Probe of Somali Terrorist Group in Kenya Attack

http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2013/09/cair-impeded-fbi-probe-of-somali-terrorist-group-in-kenya-attack/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter Figures Hamas gets involved.. The Al Qaeda affiliate that terrorized a Kenyan shopping center and murdered scores of innocent people has a powerful and influential advocate in the United States, the Muslim “civil rights” group known as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). It’s unlikely that the mainstream media will mention the connection, but … Continue reading

The Islamist-Interfaith Coalition’s War on the NYPD

By Ryan Mauro The misrepresentation of the NYPD by the Islamists and their interfaith allies continues. In the latest round, the Shoulder-to-Shoulder Campaign is slamming the Department for privately designating a small percentage of mosques and Islamic organizations as “terrorism enterprises.” Shoulder-to-Shoulder consists of about 30 religious organizations and was birthed in November 2010 in … Continue reading

Does the Qur’an Teach Hate?

By Robert Spencer On September 11, 2013, a public information officer for Palm Beach County, Florida named John Jamason posted a message on his personal Facebook page: “Never forget. There is no such thing as radical Islam. All Islam is radical. There may be Muslims who don’t practice their religion, much like others. The Quran … Continue reading

Canada: Islamist Showdown

By Pamela Geller I am scheduled to speak in Markham, Ontario along with my colleague Robert Spencer Tuesday evening. Apparently the opposition couldn’t get the police to do their dirty work this time, as they did last spring, when members of the York Regional Police force strongarmed a rabbi into canceling my scheduled talk at … Continue reading