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CAIR, the Council on American Islamic Relations, joins the Muslim Brotherhood on being designated a terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in what they call a move to “ to ensure transparency and raise awareness about these organisations among all members of the society”. Whether the United States follows suit is another story. Full story here
CAIR,according to their website claims “is America’s largest Muslim civil liberties organization” That makes CAIR the United States’ largest terrorist organization. So why are they allowed to operate freely and openly in our country and where are they? Look at CAIR as a Russian doll, inside there are several dolls with different looks, but they are all packaged as one.
Although they have not specifically named it CAIR, several groups and organizations in Tennessee are pure CAIR. Suffice to say, Tennessee now has another terrorist organization operating within the state.( the Muslim Brotherhood is already rampant) Remember CAIR is formerly the IAP ( Islamic Association of Palestine) which is listed as a friend organization to the Muslim Brotherhood, and is considered to be an arm of Hamas. CAIR is one of the unindicted co conspirators in the Holy Land Foundation trial in Dallas TX in 2008. CAIRs leaders Nihad Awad and Omar Ahmed have both revealed where they stand:
Nihad Awad ” I am a supporter of Hamas”
Omar Ahmed “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faiths, but to become dominant. The Koran, the Muslim book of scripture, should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth.”
So who is CAIR in Tennessee?
Remziya Suleyman, former director of the ACO ( American Center for Outreach) now playing with the big boys in Washington DC with the Kurdish Regional Government, clearly laid a foundation for her organization to operate as a CAIR chapter without all the backlash by keeping it the ACO. Suleyman has attended and presented at several CAIR functions, along with associates that hold extremely radical views. Paul Isse Galloway is now the Director of the ACO and he isn’t any better. Galloway hails from Houston TX where he opened their CAIR chapter and was the Executive Director for 4 years. Don’t think for one minute he isn’t bringing more of the same agenda to Tennessee.
Obviously Ms.Suleyman believes in the ideology of CAIR and has chosen to represent it several times. The ACO falls in line with those same beliefs. Suleyman also brought CAIR here to Nashville as a crutch during the time the Anti terrorism material support bill was in progress.
Another supporter of CAIR is the controversial Islamic Center of Murfreesboro, whose spokesman Saleh Sbenaty, is a Muslim Brotherhood advocate as well. Although he is self portrayed as a victim, and tends to cry while in the publics view, here in this picture he is next to the founder of CAIR, Nihad Awad, the supporter of Hamas. ( Sbenaty is in gray sport coat and tie next to Awad in dark suit)
Even Sbenaty’s daughter Lema has wished for CAIR to be in Tennessee.
CAIR has stepped into Tennessee several times to make demands in schools. In 2011, Connecting Cultures ( a CAIR affiliate) presented training to school officials in the Murfreesboro City and county. Training consisted of their culture, which is their religion. CAIR is showing up in classrooms across Tennessee in the form of a slide prepared by CAIR and used in instruction in schools.
Earlier this year, CAIR obliged Abdul Rahman Murphy of Knoxville to protest and demand to the Farragut High School administration that an evening presentation being held by the local chapter of ACT for America be banned due to its keynote speaker, Dr Bill Warner. Islamists and groups like CAIR have falsely labeled Dr. Warner a “hater” due to his vast knowledge of Islam, its deceptive nature and dualism. After the threat of a lawsuit, the school superintendent retracted his position on the presentation and CAIR left Tennessee with its tail between its legs.
Another link in the CAIR chain is AMAC of Tennessee ( American Muslim Advisory Council). AMAC and the ACO all were morphed from leaders of the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition (TIRRC). AMAC was formed to be the “Bridge” between local Muslim communities and law enforcement. Once again the connections AMAC has with various Muslim Brotherhood groups is alarming. Locals such as Daoud Abudiab, Zak Moyhuddin and Drost Kokoye have all served in some capacity of AMAC. Their goal is to ” educate” law enforcement on the religious and cultural traditions of Muslims. With the rise of extreme Islamic radicals in the country, the religion and culture of Islam is hardly what law enforcement needs.
Now that CAIR has been designated a terrorist organization in the U.A.E and knowing our federal government will not follow, perhaps its time for the state of Tennessee and others to act. CAIR and the Muslim Brotherhood are quickly laying a foundation for their radical philosophy and goals to be cemented in the fabric of our society. We can lay down and continue on this course of destruction or we can fight to rid our future of these rank, vile organizations and individuals that run them. What will you do?
CAIR has released the following Statement regarding the U.A.E’s position designating them a “terrorist organization” Seems CAIR is in a tizzy, as is Muslim Brotherhood supporter and former US Dept of Homeland Security advisor Mohammed Elibiary. Seems a nerve has been hit!!
CAIR Responds to ‘Bizarre’ Move by UAE
(WASHINGTON, D.C., 11/16/14) — The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today responded to reports that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has added CAIR to its list of “terrorist” groups.
In a statement, CAIR said: “We are seeking clarification from the government of the United Arab Emirates about this shocking and bizarre report. There is absolutely no factual basis for the inclusion CAIR and other American and European civil rights and advocacy groups on this list.
“Like the rest of the mainstream institutions representing the American Muslim community, CAIR’s advocacy model is the antithesis of the narrative of violent extremists.
“We call on the United Arab Emirates cabinet to review this list and remove organizations such as CAIR, the Muslim American Society and other civil society organizations that peacefully promote civil and democratic rights and that oppose terrorism whenever it occurs, wherever it occurs and whoever carries it out.”
Among its many anti-terror initiatives, CAIR recently joined a number of national and local Muslim scholars and leaders in Washington, D.C., to release a first-of-its-kind open letter in Arabic (with English translation) signed by more than 120 international scholars of Islam and Muslim leaders refuting the ideology of the terrorist group ISIS and urging its supporters to repent and “return to the religion of mercy.”
CAIR: U.S., World Muslim Leaders’ Open Letter Refutes ISIS’s Ideology, Urges Supporters to ‘Repent,’ ‘Return to the Religion of Mercy’
CAIR is America’s largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.
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