Archive for the ‘CAIR’ Category

Thursday evening, February 23, 2017, something happened that I thought I would never see. ACT! for America capitulated to the demands of CAIR and in the process relieved a good friend and patriot as chapter leader of the ACT chapter in San Antonio. The details follow. I must say I am deeply disappointed in the […]

On Friday, November 14, 2014 an historic event took place in Washington, D.C. The event received ample coverage by media and government bodies. Some hail it as a step forward in religious relations between two Abrahamic faiths. I see it as another task for the Muslim Brotherhood to check off, mark as complete, in their […]

Last week Federal District Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange made permanent a temporary injunction she had issued on November 9 to block implementation of a constitutional amendment passed overwhelmingly by voters of that state. The amendment, known as State Question 755 on the November 2 ballot, sought to ban any future consideration of Islamic law, or shari’a, […]

by Daniel Pipes National Review Online November 16, 2010 As Americans learn more about Islam, the aspect they find most objectionable is not its theology (such as whether Allah is God or not) nor its symbolism (such as an Islamic cultural center in lower Manhattan) but its law code, called the Sharia. Rightly, they say […]

From Islamist Watch by David J. Rusin In a saner world, the terrorist ties and Islamist agenda of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) would render it politically untouchable, with candidates for office shunning the organization and chastising those rare opponents who back it. Controversies from two ongoing election campaigns offer provocative hints that such a […]

In 2008 a prominent Islamic charity was found guilty of funneling money to terrorist organizations. The Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development was shut down by the federal government and five of its leaders given prison sentences ( *, *, *, * ). Other Islamic charities have also been shuttered for the same reason. […]

by David J. Rusin   Apr 28, 2010 at 11:33 am “Has South Park gone too far this time?” asks an article published on April 21, referencing the show’s previous depiction of Muhammad in a bear costume. Just hours later, however, it became obvious that Comedy Central is the one that had gone too far — in kowtowing […]

If you have not yet purchased this book, you should do so. A six month undercover operation that penetrated deep into the heart of the Council of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) discovered that this organization, which bills itself as a civil rights group for all Muslims, is anything but. The thousands of documents smuggled out of […]