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NO COLLUSION: President Donald Trump The Great of America

Considering that two years were wasted as well as $35 to $45 MILLION DOLLARS to attack President Trump the Great of The United States of America...Who is responsible for this ATTEMPTED COUP?

Who will be prosecuted at the Democratic Part, CAIR, and thier Islamist and Marxist Allies?

The FBI needs a new J Edgar Hoover to pursue Marxism, Communism and Islamism that has been infiltrating our corporations, government, and law enforcement. 

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The Return of Ancient Prejudices

The Return of Ancient Prejudices

By Victor Davis Hanson| February 6th, 2019

In the latter half of the 19th century and early in the 20th century, as Catholic immigrants poured in from Ireland and eastern Europe, an anti-Catholic wave spread over a mostly Protestant United States. The majority slur then was that Catholic newcomers’ first loyalty would be to “Rome,” not the U.S.
Anti-Semitism grew even more deeply rooted, marked by Ivy League quotas on Jewish applicants and exclusionary clauses against Jews in clubs and neighborhoods. It was no accident that the Ku Klux Klan often targeted Catholics and Jews as well as African-Americans.


In the late 19th century, with the influx of Japanese and Chinese immigrants arose the “yellow peril” scare, a racist distrust of supposedly workaholic automatons and unassimilable immigrants whose first loyalty was to their close-knit Asian communities and homelands, not the U.S.
Most of these injustices grew from both original prejudices (as evidenced by slavery) and fears of demographic change. An original population that was mostly British, Protestant and white gradually was augmented by people who were not northern European, often Catholic and increasingly non-white.
The stereotyped hatreds were battled by the melting-pot forces of assimilation, integration and intermarriage. Civil rights legislation and broad education programs gradually convinced the country to judge all Americans on the content of their characters rather than the color of their skins or their religious beliefs. And over the last half-century, the effort to end institutional bias against African-Americans largely succeeded.

But recently, other ancient prejudices have been insidiously returning. And this time, the bias is more subtle, and it can be harder to address than traditional racism against non-white populations. The new venom, for example, is often spread by left-wing groups that claim victim status themselves and thus, by their logic, should not be seen as victimizers.
Progressive senators such as Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), and Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) have attacked judicial nominees on grounds that they are Catholic, apparently because the Catholic Church and its affiliates officially disprove of abortion and gay marriage.
Feinstein complained that one appeals court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, was a dubious choice because “the dogma lives loudly within you.” Hirono claimed that judicial nominee Brian Buescher was suspect because the Knights of Columbus held “extreme positions.” Harris whined that the public-service Catholic organization was an “all-male society comprised primarily of Catholic men.”

Recently, a number of newly elected congressional representatives—Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib—have voiced virulent anti-Israel bias that came off as anti-Semitic. Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) compared Jewish settlers on the West Bank to “termites.” CNN pundit Marc Lamont Hill (who has since been fired) parroted the Hamas eliminationist slogan “Palestine from the river to the sea,” which is code for the destruction of the Jewish state.
Universities feel free to discriminate against Asian-Americans because their hard work and excellent preparation often leads to superb grades, test scores and application credentials. In other words, Asian-Americans supposedly distort progressive agendas of proportional representation, disparate impact and diversity by overachieving and being overqualified—purportedly robbing spots from other minority applicants.
Asian-American achievement also disproves the old canard that prejudice makes it impossible to find parity in the United States.
What is behind the rebirth of these old prejudices? In short, new, evolving prejudices.
First, America seemingly no longer believes in striving to achieve a gender-blind, racially and religiously mixed society, but instead is becoming a nation in which tribal identity trumps all other considerations.
Second, such tribal identities are not considered to be equal. Doctrinaire identity politics is predicated on distancing itself from white males, Christians and other groups who traditionally have achieved professional success and therefore enjoyed inordinate “privilege.”
Third, purported victims insist that they themselves cannot be victimizers. So, they are freer to discriminate and stereotype to advance their careers or political interests on the basis of anything they find antithetical to their own ideologies.
The Democratic senators who questioned the morality of judicial nominees’ religion likely would not treat a Muslim nominee in the same manner—although one could make the argument that contemporary Islam has had as many or more problems with gender equity than Western Catholicism has.
Calling any other ethnic group other than Jews “termites” might have earned Rep. Johnson congressional censure. And if professional football and basketball franchises turned away talented but “over-represented” African-American athletes to ensure greater diversity in the same manner that universities now systematically discriminate against Asian-Americans, there would be a national outcry.
What once helped to diminish ancient prejudices was the American creed that no one had a right to discriminate against fellow citizens on the basis of race, gender, class or religion.
And what fuels the return of American bias is the new idea that citizens can disparage or discriminate against other groups if they claim victim status and do so for purportedly noble purposes.
The more attitudes and agendas may change, the more they stay the same.
Photo Credit: Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call

About the Author: Victor Davis Hanson

Victor Davis Hanson is an American military historian, columnist, former classics professor, and scholar of ancient warfare. He was a professor of classics at California State University, Fresno, and is currently the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. He has been a visiting professor at Hillsdale College since 2004. Hanson was awarded the National Humanities Medal in 2007 by President George W. Bush. Hanson is also a farmer (growing raisin grapes on a family farm in Selma, California) and a critic of social trends related to farming and agrarianism. He is the author most recently of The Second World Wars: How the First Global Conflict was Fought and Won (Basic Books).

Monday, February 11, 2019

Extremist Imam Keynotes 'Civil Rights' Fundraiser


FEBRUARY 6, 2019

Extremist Imam Keynotes 'Civil Rights' Fundraiser

By Patrick Poole

Of all 50 states, Ohio has been one of the national hotspots for Islamist terrorism since 9/11. In 2016, Ohio State University was the site of an ISIS-inspired terror attack, and in January, investigators arrested a Muslim convert who was planning a synagogue shooting in Toledo.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) presents itself as a Muslim civil liberties organization and has been careful to condemn domestic terrorincidents like these. The Ohio branches of CAIR (“Protecting Civil Rights. Fighting Bigotry. Promoting Tolerance.”) have dutifully followed CAIR-National’s example, working hard to sanitize their image. But CAIR-Columbus’s choice of speakers at its annual fundraiser this past Saturday, February 2, shows that CAIR-Ohio is no more serious about fighting bigotry and promoting tolerance than the national branch -- which has been identified by an FBI agent testified in federal court as a front for the terrorist group Hamas.

Keynoting the CAIR-Columbus banquet was prominent imam, Johari Abdul-Malik -- who, though he has been featured in a 2009 State Department video on “Eid in America,” and asked to deliver the opening prayer for the Virginia House of Delegates, has openly expressed support for radical Islamist ideas.
Abdul-Malik’s involvement in both the State Department video and the Virginia House opening prayer were both met withcontroversy. In addition, not only have Imam Abdul-Malik’s longtime association with highly questionable organizations come under fire, but there has been publicity surrounding his own extremist statements.

Remarkably, in a 2001 speech to the Islamic Association of Palestine (IAP), a now-defunct sister organization of CAIR, he reportedly passed off his support for these terror attacks as a sign of moderation:

I am gonna teach you now. You can blow up bridges, but you cannot kill people who are innocent on their way to work. You can blow up power supplies… the water supply, you can do all forms of sabotage and let the world know that we are doing it like this because they have a respect for the lives of innocent people.

It should be noted that sharing the platform with Imam Abdul-Malik at the CAIR-Columbus fundraiser was former IAP official and now CAIR executive director Nihad Awad, who was personally named unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism financing trial in American history.
Equally problematic have been Abdul-Malik’s predictions of Islamic supremacy in America:

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These comments were delivered during a November 2004 sermon at the Dar al-Hijrah mosque in the Washington D.C. area where Abdul-Malik served as the longtime director of outreach.
To say that Dar al-Hijrah’s reputation is problematic would be an understatement.

As I’ve written previously, Dar al-Hijrah has seen a long line of convicted terrorists come through its doors over the past two decades, including several of the 9/11 hijackers. Also among the former attendees at the mosque was Fort Hood killer, Major Nidal Hasan.
For that and among other reasons, the Obama administration came under fire when it was reported that the U.S. Census Bureau was renting office space from the mosque to the tune of $500,000 annually.

One of Abdul-Malik’s predecessors at the mosque was Anwar al-Awlaki, an al-Qaeda cleric who was killed in a September 2011 CIA drone strike in Yemen. At the time of his death, Dar al-Hijrah issued a press release recalling Awlaki’s “interfaith outreach, civic engagement and tolerance.”
But even prior to Awlaki’s death, Imam Abdul-Malik had been at the forefront of rewriting Awlaki’s history by publicly misrepresenting the extremism of the mosque’s former imam when he had served at Dar al-Hijrah.

More recently, he was again embroiled in controversy following comments made by one of his fellow imams advocating female genital mutilation (FGM) to prevent women from becoming sexually promiscuous during a sermon at Dar al-Hijrah.
After considerable public criticism and media scrutiny, Imam Abdul-Malik attempted to distance himself from the mosque by resigning his position. And yet he still continues to deliver sermons and attend banquets at Dar al-Hijrah.

Imam Abdul-Malik’s troubling associations don’t end there. He is still listed as a member of the executive committee and the governing shuracouncil of the Muslim Alliance in North America.
One of his fellow shura members, Luqman Amin Abdullah, was killed in a December 2009 shootout with the FBI, and another MANA official Jamil Abdullah al-Amin is currently serving a life sentence for the ambush killing of a Georgia sheriff’s deputy and the wounding of another.

Notwithstanding the extremist statements and associations of Imam Johari Abdul-Malik, don’t expect the local Columbus media to get too worked up over concerns about CAIR-Columbus’ upcoming fundraising event.
Former Ohio State Treasurer Josh Mandel was repeatedly attacked by the local media for calling out CAIR’s terror-supporting past and expressing concerns about the rise of Islamic extremism in the Buckeye State.

But the Central Ohio media’s incurious attitude with respect to CAIR and parroting their talking points doesn’t make the ongoing problem of terror attacks and arrests in the community go away.
Yet when the next terror-related incident occurs in the area, the evidence for the source of the extremism that fuels the problem will have been staring them in the face all along.

Patrick Poole is a writer for Islamist Watch, a project of the Middle East Forum.



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Pro-Iran Socialist Yasmine Taeb Runs for Virginia State Senate

February 10, 2019 10:47, Last Updated: February 10, 2019 20:30


By Trevor Loudon


Muslim socialist attorney Yasmine Taeb is challenging Virginia Senate Minority Leader Dick Saslaw (D-Va.) for the seat representing Northern Virginia’s 35th District that he’s held since 1980.
While a longshot (Saslaw usually wins with more than 70 percent of the vote), Taeb may have powerful allies in her camp.
Currently, she is seeking the endorsement of a group she formally joined last fall: the country’s largest Marxist organization, the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA). DSA activists from Northern Virginia and Washington pulled off a major upset in November 2017 when their comrade in the DSA, Lee J. Carter (another socialist running as a Democrat), unseated Republican House of Delegates Majority Whip Jackson Miller in the 50th District.
The local Democrats did little to help Carter in what they thought was an unwinnable race. However, an army of DSA door-knockers, phone-bankers, and donors (including many from outside the district and out of state) helped deliver the victory for Carter.

This time, opponent Saslaw is a moderate Democrat, a type increasingly being targeted by the DSA as the organization accelerates its takeover of the Democratic Party in several key states.
If Taeb secures the DSA nomination, she will have a ready-made army of helpers for her June primary against the 78-year-old Saslaw.
Taeb’s battle against the popular incumbent may cause division in Northern Virginia Democratic Party circles.


Taeb has been active in the local Democratic Party and in “progressive” Virginia politics for more than a decade. She is close to many local power players, including U.S. Sen. Mark Warner, U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, and Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam.
She has also worked for the Democratic Party’s think tank, Center for American Progress, and has visited the White House several times to lobby for “progressive” and Muslim causes.
In 2016, Taeb became the first Muslim woman ever elected to the Democratic National Committee (DNC). She was endorsed by several prominent Virginia politicians and leftist Congress members from out of state, including U.S. Reps. John Conyers (D-Mich.), Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.), Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.), and Andre Carson (D-Ind.), former Rep. Mike Honda (D-Calif.), Minnesota Attorney General and former Rep. Keith Ellison, and Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring.
Larry Cohen, president of the DSA-controlled organization Our Revolution, also supported Taeb’s successful race. Our Revolution was a major factor in Carter’s shock victory in 2017.

So far in this race, Taeb has racked up an impressive range of endorsements from national leaders of, Indivisible, Progressive Change Campaign Committee, and Demand Progress. Taeb has also been endorsedby the Falls Church, Virginia, branch of Our Revolution.
Taeb will likely also get significant support from local and national Muslim communities.


Taeb worked for several years for James Zogby’s Arab American Institute (AAI), which used to bill itself as “the only national organization that promotes Arab American participation in the U.S. electoral system.”

Zogby has been a decades-long fixture on the Democratic Party far-left. After playing a leadership role in Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Coalition in the 1980s, he served on the Ethnic Coordinating Committee, an umbrella organization of Democratic Party leaders of European and Mediterranean descent, and on the executive committee of the Democratic National Committee.
According to the AAI website: “Dr. Zogby and AAI have led Arab American efforts to secure political empowerment in the United States. Through voter registration, education and mobilization, AAI has moved Arab Americans into the U.S. political mainstream.”
Taeb is also close to the Council for American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the National American Iranian Council (NIAC).
CAIR, the largest Muslim “civil rights” group in the country, has roots in pro-Soviet and pro-Palestine Middle Eastern terror networks, as well as the Muslim Brotherhood spin-off Hamas. Most CAIR supporters follow the majority Sunni branch of Islam.

Taeb has worked with CAIR for several years. As recently as December 2018, she was in San Diego with CAIR and the Marxist-led “Poor People’s Campaign” attending the “Love Knows No Borders” rally in support of the so-called “immigrant caravan” from Honduras.
In October 2018, Taeb appeared on a CAIR-sponsored panel: “Cultivating Promising Muslim Leaders to Run for Office” alongside former Michigan gubernatorial hopeful Abdul El-Sayed.
Former CIA officer and Iran expert Clare Lopez says NIAC is part of a pro-Islamic Jihad network.
“Spearheaded by a de facto partnership between the National Iranian American Council (NIAC), the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) and other organizations serving as mouthpieces for the mullahs’ party line, the network includes well-known American diplomats, congressional representatives, figures from academia and the think tank world,” Lopez wrote on the Center for Security Policy website.

Since at least 2006, Iran’s state-run media have referred to NIAC as “Iran’s lobby” in the United States.
In October 2018, Taeb wrote on her Facebook page: “Thank you to NIAC for giving me the opportunity to join your annual DC Summit to discuss the challenges of being Iranian-American during this administration and the importance of running for office.
“I’m tired of others speaking for our community. We can speak for ourselves and need more Iranian-Americans running for office all across the country who can lead on the issues impacting our community.
“I’m so grateful for the immense amount of support we’ve gotten from NIAC members and the broader Iranian-American community just in the past week — THANK YOU!”

A month later, Taeb wrote another Facebook post relating to NIAC: “It was great to join so many friends last night to celebrate the advances of our Iranian-American community & to support NIAC (National Iranian American Council).
“It’s incredible what my friend Trita Parsi has accomplished as founder and president of NIAC. Looking forward to continuing to support NIAC’s great work under Jamal Abdi’s leadership.”
According to Lopez, there has been a major push in the last two years by CAIR, NIAC, and allied groups to run candidates for public office. Lopez said in an interview that female candidates, particularly non-hijab wearing Westernized-looking candidates, are becoming more and more common.
CAIR is a Sunni Muslim organization, aligned with Hamas. Iran is a majority Shia Muslim country that supports the Lebanese-based terror group Hezbollah. In the Middle East, Sunni and Shia terrorist groups used to be regarded as sworn enemies who would never cooperate. That seems to no longer be the case, certainly not in the United States, where Sunni CAIR works happily alongside Shia NIAC.

Taeb clearly also straddles the Sunni/Shia divide. She is also apparently very comfortable in both the mainstream Democrat and socialist camps.
If Taeb ends up with backing from all four quarters—Democrat, DSA, CAIR, and NIAC—she could be the best-funded and staffed state Senate candidate in Virginia.
Taeb is clearly backed by some rich and powerful organizations. Win or lose in District 35, Taeb likely is being groomed for higher office.
Trevor Loudon is an author, filmmaker, and public speaker from New Zealand. For more than 30 years, he has researched radical left, Marxist, and terrorist movements and their covert influence on mainstream politics.
Views expressed in this article are the opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Epoch Times.

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Fresh evidence that the social media giants are eagerly Sharia-compliant now.

January 14, 2019

Robert Spencer

Now it is becoming clear why Facebook and Twitter have for so long been harassing, shadowbanning, and blocking foes of jihad terror and Sharia oppression. Journalist Jordan Schachtel revealed in Conservative Review Tuesday that “the Hamas-tied Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), which is best known as an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism financing case in U.S. history, appears to have access to high-ranking Facebook and Twitter executives and has communicated with these individuals about who should be allowed to stay on their platforms.”

This doesn’t come as any surprise given the eagerness of both Facebook and Twitter to be Sharia-compliant. Facebook’s Vice President Joel Kaplan traveled to Pakistan in July 2017 to assure the Pakistani government that it would remove “anti-Islam” material. And Facebook has done so assiduously, banning numerous foes of jihad terror and twice now blocking the Jihad Watch Facebook page on spurious technical grounds.

But this new revelation does show how sick and degenerate the social media giants really are. CAIR has ties to Hamas, and “Billoo has expressed her support for an Islamic caliphate and Sharia law. She also claims, in multiple tweets, that ISIS is on the same moral plane as American and Israeli soldiers, addingthat ‘our troops are engaged in terrorism.'” This pro-Sharia Islamic supremacist is deciding what is acceptable discourse and what isn’t. It’s no wonder that the result would be platforms that are increasingly hostile to foes of jihad terror and Sharia oppression of women and others.

It would be interesting to know if Billoo had a hand in the notices that Twitter has been sending out telling people that they’re in violation of Pakistan’s Sharia blasphemy laws. FrontPage editor Jamie Glazov was notified that one of his tweets – an ad for his book Jihadist Psychopath – was “in violation of Pakistan law:Section 37 of PECA-2016, Section 295 B and Section 295 C of the Pakistan penal code.”

Section 295B criminalizes “defiling the Holy Quran,” and carries a penalty of life imprisonment. 295C mandates that those who “by words, either spoken or written, or by visible representation, or by any imputation innuendo, or insinuation, directly, defiles the sacred name of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) shall be punished with death, or imprisonment for life and shall also be liable for fine.” Yes, death and a fine.

Did Billoo approve that notice to Glazov? Did she make sure that Pamela Geller would also receive a notice from Twitter that she was in violation of Pakistani law for a tweet that noted correctly that Al Arabiya had criticized Billoo’s friend Linda Sarsour as a Muslim Brotherhood operative? Did she give the nod to sending a notice to Ensaf Haidar, the wife of Raif Badawi, who has been languishing for years in a Saudi prison for “insulting Islam,” for a tweet criticizing the niqab? Twitter has also notified Canadian columnist Anthony Furey and reformist imam Mohammed Tawhidi that they have violated Pakistani law. Was Billoo involved?

Billoo and the chiefs of Facebook and Twitter all likely agree that reporting on jihad activity and Sharia oppression constitutes “hate speech,” and consequently should be shut down. That is the longstanding claim of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and Muslim groups in the West, and it has been uncritically adopted by the Left, with which Facebook and Twitter are so firmly aligned.

The collaboration of Facebook and Twitter with CAIR only underscores the necessity to boycott and disempower these social media platforms. If Facebook and Twitter and all the other social media giants shut out the truth, then we have to shut out the social media giants. Anti-trust legislation is urgently needed to break up these sinister monopolies, before the First Amendment becomes entirely a dead letter. Freedom of speech? Sure. As long as you toe the Leftist line.

Terror-Linked Muslim Group Pressures Amazon Into Yanking Products, Facilitating Islamic Practices


Terror-Linked Muslim Group Pressures Amazon Into Yanking Products, Facilitating Islamic Practices

Given its extensive history of terrorist support, it might seem odd that many companies and others targeted by the Council on American-Islamic Relations are quick to capitulate to their pressure campaigns.

By Patrick Poole

The online giant Amazon, which is one of the world’s largest retailers, recently capitulated to a demand by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) to remove products the terror-tied pressure group deems to be offensive to Muslims.
Earlier this month, CAIR called on their supporters to complain to Amazon about doormats and bath mats sold by third-party vendors on the Amazon website that were inscribed with Quranic verses of blessing and greeting. The group said it organized the effort because the Islamic references would be stepped on or otherwise disrespected.

Days later, CAIR announced that Amazon had agreed to remove the items. That week, CAIR claimed it had found other offensive items sold on the Amazon website, and asked for those too to be banned. Although they might seem a bit silly, CAIR’s bath mat complaints can be viewed as part of a current strategy to exert influence over tech giants and Silicon Valley powerhouses. While Amazon is chiefly known as an online retailer of almost any item imaginable, it is also one of the world’s largest tech companies.
The bathmat complaint came at exactly the same time CAIR is supporting efforts for Somali workers at an Amazon fulfillment center in Shakopee, Minnesota, to force the company for greater religious accommodations and other demands. According to The New York Times, Amazon recruited heavily from the Somali community and already designated spaces at the center for prayer and ritual washings dictated by the Quran. For one of its meetings with Somali workers, the company even brought in from Texas a Muslim manager “who works on accommodating Islamic practices.”

Working Hard Is Against Our Religion

Still, CAIR participated in a rally outside the Shakopee Amazon facility on Dec. 14. Rallying Somali workers claimed the pace of work demanded at the facility infringes on their freedom of religion. CAIR-Minnesota’s executive director Jaylani Hussein spoke at the rally, saying he had toured the facility and that Amazon’s accommodations for Muslim workers were insufficient.
CAIR was previously involved in targeting four Amazon warehouses in the Twin Cities area this past July when Amazon’s Prime Day coincided with Ramadan. The demands, to which Amazon management acquiesced, included slower work pace and an extra holiday for Muslim employees to celebrate the Eid festival ending Ramadan.

This is hardly the first time that Amazon—and for that matter, other tech giants and major companies—has been targeted by Islamist pressure groups, especially CAIR.
In May 2005, a Muslim woman purchased a used Quran from a small bookstore in Pennsylvania through Amazon’s website. She claimed that when the book arrived it had “Death to all Muslims” inscribed in black marker on the inside front cover. The woman, Azza Basarudin, was a longtime Islamist activist, but both Amazon and the used bookstore apologized.
In 1998, CAIR claimed that a pair of Nike shoes featured calligraphy that they said bore a semblance to the word “Allah” in Arabic script. CAIR called for a boycott of the company’s products, which prompted Nike to apologize and recall nearly 40,000 pairs of shoes. Nike also promised to build playgrounds at four Islamic centers. That incident occurred before CAIR’s extensive associations with overseas terrorist organizations were well known.

CAIR Has Well-Established Terrorist Ties

Since then, federal prosecutors and law enforcement agencies have publicly noted in court the group’s terror ties. In July 2008, the Justice Department filed a brief in the Holy Land Foundation trial, the largest terrorism financing case in American history, identifying CAIR as one of four organizations under the direction of the Palestine Committee established by the international Muslim Brotherhood to provide “media, money, and men” to the Hamas terrorist organization.

CAIR was identified as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial for its role as an active player in the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestine Committee. During that trial, FBI Special Agent Lara Burns testified in federal court that CAIR was a front group for Hamas.
When CAIR and other Islamist groups attempted to have themselves removed from the case as unindicted co-conspirators, Jorge Solis, a federal judge, ruled that the Justice Department had provided “ample evidence” establishing CAIR’s association with Hamas and that the trial evidence created a “prima facie case” of CAIR’s role in conspiracy to support Hamas.
When CAIR attempted to intervene in another federal court case involving the appeal of a convicted terrorist, federal prosecutors reminded the court that “CAIR conspired with other affiliates of the Muslim Brotherhood to support terrorists.” For those reasons, among others, the FBI formally cut ties with CAIR following the successful prosecution of the Holy Land Foundation executives.
More recently, the United Arab Emirates named CAIR a designated terrorist organization in November 2014. Given its extensive history of terrorist support, it might seem odd that many companies and others targeted by CAIR are quick to capitulate to their pressure campaigns.

Yet with many media outlets who regularly downplay or whitewash CAIR’s terrorist ties altogether, and the attempted rehabilitation of the group by the Obama administration, it is no surprise that, when faced with CAIR’s standard tactics of public accusations of bigotry and smears, companies are quick to fold.

Patrick Poole is a national security and terrorism correspondent for PJMedia and a writer for Islamist Watch, a project of the Middle East Forum. Follow him on Twitter.

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Arkansas Bill to Suspend Contact With CAIR




Arkansas Bill to Suspend Contact With CAIR

by Samantha Rose Mandeles
January 21, 2019


Last Thursday, January 17, the Arkansas state House of Representatives introduced a bill "to encourage law enforcement to suspend contact and outreach with the Council on American-Islamic Relations" (CAIR).
Citing more than 10 examples of CAIR's connections with terrorist organizations and operatives—including CAIR's grants from the now defunct Holy Land Foundation, its designation as a terrorist group in the UAE, and the terrorism charges convictions of its former official, Abdurahman Alamoudi—the bill advises the state of Arkansas to follow in the footsteps of the FBI and heed "evidence demonstrating a relationship between CAIR and Hamas, a designated foreign terrorist organization of the United States Department of State."
So far, CAIR has not commented on the proposed Arkansas bill. Though it has no chapter in the state, the group has recently inserted itself into controversy there. In December, CAIR condemnedArkansas state senator Jason Rapert after he expressed concern over the strength of the American Muslim electorate, asking "Do you want them ruling everything in America?"

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CAIR Backs Ilhan Omar's 'Legitimate Criticism' of Israel


CAIR Backs Ilhan Omar's 'Legitimate Criticism' of Israel

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The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) backed Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D-MN) tweets alleging the purchase of American foreign policy by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), despite Democrat leaders’ descriptions of Omar’s comments as antisemitic.

According to CAIR, descriptions of Omar’s tweets — in which she cast AIPAC as a purchaser of American foreign policy against the national interest on behalf of Israel — as antisemitic amount to disingenuous attempts to silence criticism of Israel.
CAIR stated on Monday:

Anti-Semitism is real. It should not be used disingenuously as a tool to silence legitimate criticism of a foreign nation’s discriminatory policies. CAIR applauds Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib for their courage in speaking the truth about Israel’s racial, religious and ethnic segregation. Agenda-driven groups — like AIPAC — have for decades enabled that segregation and the resulting denial of human rights for Christian and Muslim Palestinians.


On Sunday, Omar cast the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) as the purchaser of U.S. foreign policy.
In 2012, Omar claimed, “Israel has hypnotized the world.”
David Duke, a former Ku Klux Klan (KKK) grand wizard, joined Omar’s narrative via Twitter on Monday.
Duke tweeted: “Every Zio and every Goy knows that Zionist $ rules American politics. 9 ot10 top Demo funders, biggest corp. cont. Goldman Sachs, Repub giant $bags – S. Adelson. It’s a disgrace that not one white christian man in Congress has the balls to stand up to them.!”
In 2007-8, CAIR was namedan unindicted co-conspirator in the terror financing trial of the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development. That case, in turn, led the FBI to discontinue its work with the organization. In 2009, a federal judge ruled that the government “produced ample evidence to establish” the ties of CAIR with Hamas, the Palestinian terror organization. The United Arab Emirates labeled CAIR a terrorist organization in 2014 (a decision that the Obama administration opposed).
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CAIR official exposed as avowed Hamas supporter


CAIR official exposed as avowed Hamas supporter

Jordan Schachtel · January 16, 2019  

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A senior official of the Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR) who spoke last week at an event celebrating the election of three Muslim members of Congress is an avowed supporter of the U.S.-designated terrorist group Hamas.
Jinan Shbat (who goes by “Jinan Deena” on Twitter), CAIR’s national outreach manager, tweeted her support for the Palestinian terrorist group in June, expressing her preference for Hamas over the Palestinian Authority, which governs the Palestinian areas of the disputed West Bank.

Jinan Deena@j_deena

Let's free the people from your pro-Zionist rhetoric.

If people can't understand by now that Hamas was created mid-80s as a resistance to Israel, that they are the only ones fighting for Palestinians from within Palestine (screw the PA), then you all need to just f*** off.

Maajid - (Mājid) [maːʤɪd] ماجد


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This largely, and sadly, rings true. Free Gaza from Hamas #AlQudsDay


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Last week, she opened CAIR’s congressional reception celebrating Democrat Reps. Rashida Tlaib, Mich., Ilhan Omar, Minn., and Andre Carson, Ind. Shbat spoke prior to CAIR executive director Nihad Awad, who has in the past also declared his support for Hamas. CAIR was founded by Hamas-tied operatives for the purpose of raising clandestine funds for the Gaza-based terror group. Today, CAIR describes itself as a “grassroots civil rights and advocacy group.”
This follows news that Rep. Tlaib invited Abbas Hamideh, an open Hezbollah (a U.S.-designated terrorist group) supporter and the executive director of the extremist group Al-Awda, to her inaugural private dinner party. In 2016, Shbat led a pro-Palestinian rally held by Hamideh’s Al-Awda. Officials within the extremistorganization have supported terrorist groups and called for terrorist attacks against Israelis. 

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#HijabToMe is feeling empowered to lead a rally of thousands in DC. @HuffingtonPost


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It is unclear whether Shbat was also invited to the private dinner, but she did appear in multiple photos that day with Rep. Tlaib and posted them on social media.

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Jinan Deena@j_deena

What an amazing day! Honestly my heart is SO full. Even after a long day she was still smiling and full of energy. So hopeful for the future! @RashidaTlaib


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Post-swearing in photo with @RashidaTlaib #116thCongress #tweetyourthobe #MuslimWomenintheHouse #Palestinian


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The CAIR official is not just a Hamas supporter. Shbat is a passionate advocate for Israel’s destruction, often taking to social media to express her support for the boycott of Israel and for the country’s extermination.

Jinan Deena@j_deena

"@HuffingtonPost: Holocaust Remembrance Day begins in Israel " Wow. The nerve! Palestinians are now in a holocaust!

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CAIR to judge: Conceal Hamas, Muslim Brotherhood ties


CAIR to judge: Conceal Hamas, Muslim Brotherhood ties

Friday, July 20, 2018

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The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has requested a judge to not allow an author and investigator to bring up the fact that it has ties to the Islamic terrorist groups Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.

However, the favor of concealing such information pertaining to CAIR’s parent groups is not likely to be granted.

“According to a response filed in federal court in Washington this week, that evidence is relevant to the defense of former Air Force special agent David Gaubatz and his son, Chris Gaubatz, whose undercover investigation collected internal CAIR documents and recorded conversations that were published in … Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld That’s Conspiring to Islamize America,” WND reported.

Really about civil rights?

CAIR – which has been exposed as a terrorist front organization under the guise of a so-called “civil rights” group championing tolerance and fighting “Islamophobia” – has been caught red-handed trying to destroy evidence pointing to its origins deeply rooted in globally recognized Islamic terrorist groups.

“Serving as a CAIR intern, Chris Gaubatz gathered some 12,000 pages of documents that were headed for a shredder at CAIR’s national office in Washington – just three blocks from the U.S. Capitol building,” WND’s Art Moore informed. “The information published in Muslim Mafia, co-authored by David Gaubatz and investigative journalist Paul Sperry, documented CAIR’s founding by members of the Muslim Brotherhood – the group that spawned al-Qaida and Hamas and stated in writing its intent to undermine Western civilization and ultimately bring America under Islamic law.”

In order to avoid the reputation of having connections to Islamic terrorism, CAIR has resorted to much legal repositioning over the past decade.

“CAIR filed suit in 2009, claiming – among other things – breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, trespass and violation of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, but in the lawsuit, CAIR does not allege libel or defamation, and has never defended itself against the book’s claims,” Moore recounted. “A trial has yet to be scheduled in the case – which has been delayed for a decade by numerous CAIR legal maneuvers.”

CAIR’s legal team has some major issues to contend with in court as it tries to win the lawsuit.

“In the response to CAIR’s attempt to squelch any discussion of its radical ties in court, the Gaubatzes’ legal team argues the defense is partly based on whether or not CAIR is a criminal entity – upon which no intern would form a ‘fiduciary relationship’ of trust,” Moore pointed out. “CAIR contends Chris Gaubatz’s collection of documents and recording of conversations amounted to a breach of his duty to the organization, but in the brief, attorney Daniel Horowitz argues CAIR’s claim is based on the assumption that it actually is the ‘human rights organization’ it purports to be.”

But Horowitz is confident that CAIR’s days of pulling the wool over Americans’ eyes regarding their support of jihad are coming to a quick end.

“The defense, Horowitz says, will demonstrate to the jury that CAIR’s ‘public face’ as an heir to the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. is ‘a veneer and a subterfuge,’ noting the refusal of CAIR leaders to renounce violence,” Moore noted.

In fact, Horowitz believes that the documents in question will finally convince Americans that CAIR is not the anti-discrimination group that it professes to be.
“The evidence of ‘CAIR’s’ connection to a hidden, Hamas/Muslim Brotherhood agenda is directly relevant to ‘the promises made’ by CAIR to Chris Gaubatz as an intern,” the attorney wrote, according to WND. “It contrasts the representations made by CAIR self-defining as a genuine, dedicated civil rights organization with the reality that its core function was to be a hidden Hamas-based operation.”

CAIR’s hidden agenda coming out at the seams …
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has called out CAIR for having ties to Islamic terrorism, while the Department of Justice (DOJ) declared CAIR to be an unindicted conspirator in an effort to financially support Hamas, while the United Arab Emirates (UAE) officially identified CAIR as an Islamic terrorist group.
But CAIR is pulling out all the legal moves to cover its deep roots embedded in terrorism.

“[A] federal judge in Washington, Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, issued several orders [in March] in favor of the defendants, including allowing them to distinguish in court between various CAIR incorporated entities that have been formed since it was established in 1994,” Moore noted. “Congressional investigators have alleged CAIR is creating shell entities to hide foreign donations in violation of federal law.”

But Horowitz contends CAIR’s demands that the court conceal its operations and background are not well grounded.

“[A] criminal has a very limited expectation of privacy,” he stressed.

It was noted that CAIR endeavors to keep any information from entering the courtroom with the intent to “exploit and attack Islam.”

However, Horowitz contends the religion of Islam is not being slandered.

“Muslim Mafia [never] denigrates a religion,” the attorney assured. “It only attacks extremism under the guise of religion and that is not a ‘catch phrase’ that hides bigotry – it is fundamental to the book.”

In fact, the authors of the book inform readers from the start that it sets out to expose covert terrorist groups – not criticize Islam and its followers.

“This is not a book about Islam or Muslims in general – it is about the threat from Shariah Islam and violent jihad propagated by a criminal class of Muslims known as the Muslim Brotherhood or the ‘Ikhwan mafia,’” the authors state, according to WND. “This secretive organization dominates most established Muslim groups and mosques in America while exploiting, manipulating, and even victimizing law-abiding Muslim Americans. Only a small share of the world’s 1.3 billion Muslims are part of this dangerous group. This book is about them.”

CAIR’s public school anti-Islamophobia campaign
CAIR has also been busy trying to cover up its partnership with public school officials to Islamize students under the guise of a so-called “anti-Islamophobia” campaign in Southern California to stop bullying.

The Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund (FCDF) filed a lawsuit last year accusing the San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) of covertly partnering with CAIR.
“[SDUSD entangled itself with CAIR to establish a] subtle, discriminatory scheme that establishes Muslim students as the privileged religious group,” the lawsuit states, according to the Daily Caller News Foundation(DCNF). “Consequently, students of other faiths are left on the outside looking in – vulnerable to religiously motivated bullying – while Muslim students enjoy an exclusive right to the school district’s benevolent protection.”

FCDF President and Chief Counsel Charles LiMandri argued that the anti-Islamophobia program violated the First Amendment of the United States Constitution because CAIR – as a blatantly religious [Islamic] group – was a key player in producing and administering the school curriculum.

“The San Diego Unified School District has gone out on a limb – more than most school districts would be willing to do – to partner with a group that identifies itself as a religious group,” LiMandri told DCNF, noting that the instruction was more about converting students to Islam than protecting them from bullying. “We have pictures of the head of the [CAIR] office in San Diego going into classrooms and giving out their literature, and, of course, their literature is promoting Islam.”

He pointed out that while the SDUSD freely invites Muslims into the classroom to share about their faith, Christian pastors, Catholic priests and Jewish rabbis do not get such invitations.

“It’s important to draw the line about advocacy groups – like CAIR – having free reign in the public school system, using government-funded resources to push their own agenda in a way that is showing unconstitutional government preference towards one major world religion over others,” LiMandri contended.

More accusations stacked up against CAIR
A conservative group advocating public awareness about CAIR has published a number of “proven truths” about CAIR to expose its militant roots in Islamic terrorism.
"Let there be no doubt that the Council on American-Islamic Relations is a terrorist-supporting front organization that is partially funded by terrorists, and that CAIR wishes nothing more than the implementation of Sharia Law in America," proclaims. "CAIR has proven links to – and was founded by – Islamic Terrorists. CAIR actively supports terrorists and terrorist-supporting groups and nations."

Making similar claims that are argued in lawsuits, the whistleblower group also confirms CAIR’s ties to the Palestinian terrorist group, Hamas.

"CAIR is an organization founded by Hamas supporters which seeks to overthrow constitutional government in the United States and replace it with an Islamist theocracy using our own Constitution as protection," the conservative group asserted. "CAIR was started by Hamas members and is supported by terrorist-supporting individuals, groups and countries."

Mirroring Horowitz’s argument, CAIR’s claim to be a civil rights group was debunked.

"CAIR is not in the United States to promote the civil rights of Muslims – CAIR is here to make radical Islam the dominant religion in the United States and convert our country into an Islamic theocracy," added. "CAIR receives direct funding from Islamic terrorist-supporting countries."