CAIR (Council of American Islamic Relations) is the active organization of legal eagles whose primary purpose in the United States is to promote the introduction of Islamic laws, support the advancement of Islam in America and to protect all Muslims in all situations. CAIR is an off-shoot of the Muslim Brotherhood whose stated objective is to destroy western civilization “from within.” As we all know, the Muslim Brotherhood is also the former home of Osama Bin Laden, and is known to support anti-Israel propaganda and terror groups such as Hamas.
I have written often about the Muslim Brotherhood and CAIR, as has nearly all the recognized experts and authors who have been trying to provide awareness to Americans just how dire the situation is.
CAIR was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial (2007) in which five high level persons from the Muslim Brotherhood were sent to prison for funneling charity money to Hamas.
CAIR members will tell you that they are only a legal team similar to the ACLU, only they serve Islam. They are much more than that. I receommend an excellent book by P. David Gaubatz titled, Muslim Mafia. It chonicles, with chilling details, how – with unlimited funds – CAIR operates from the inside, as told by someone who infiltrated the group for a period of time. It also explains many of the methods they use in striving toward their ultimate goal in Islamizing America. This is the book CAIR doesn’t want you to read.
CAIR, invented the term “Islamophobia” as a part of their propaganda. They have a web page which identifies all their perceived “enemies” and organizations in the U.S. who they consider “Islamophobic.” I invite readers to open the link (below). It provides a comprehensive list of organizations and intellectuals who are actively engaged in the fight toward creating awareness about CAIR the Muslim Brotherhood, and radical Islam in general. Bear in mind, the narratives by CAIR on the web page refer to these persons and organizations in negative terms. But that’s okay. I hope they inspire many more Americans to learn and digest the truth about radical Islam in the western world and, perhaps, sign up to support some of these organizations.
The message: Learn, Learn, Learn.