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The Roots of CAIR’s
Intimidation Campaign

National Review Online, by Andrew C. McCarthy

Original Article

Posted By:KarenJ1, 4/13/2014 10:12:32 PM

Author’s Note: This week, capitulating to Islamic-supremacist agitation led by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), Brandeis University reneged on its announced plan to present an honorary degree to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the heroic human-rights activist. In my 2010 book, The Grand Jihad, I devoted a chapter to the origins and purposes of CAIR, its roots in the Muslim Brotherhood’s Hamas-support network, and its aim to silence critics of Islamic supremacism. In light of the continuing success of this campaign — despite a federal terrorism-financing prosecution that exposed CAIR’s unsavory background — it is worth revisiting that history. What follows

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This is some pretty heavy reading, but it explains the terrorist group that is CAIR. Like so many things in this country, they are ignored and because of political correctness they are allowed to use our Constitution to destroy our country from within. The very last paragraph is chilling. It´s so frightening and depressing.

      


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