Watch Clarion Project’s clip about CAIR’s extremist ideology, carefully hidden from the public eye.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a U.S.Â Muslim BrotherhoodÂ entity that portrays itself as a “moderate” representative of the Muslim-American community, has a complex, Â illegal scheme to hide its foreign financing,Â according to a blockbuster expose in theÂ Daily Caller.
Yet more indication of which side Hamas-linked CAIR is really on: “Somali-American leader: ‘I tried to warn America’ about homegrown radicalization,'” by Charles C. Johnson in theÂ Daily Caller, September 23 (thanks to JW):
The Council on American Islamic Relations repeatedly tried to stop a Minnesota community leader from warning about the dangers al-Qaida-linked group posed to the Somali-American community prior to the Kenyan mall massacre.
Robert Spencer on the Michael Coren Show:
Last week while I was in Canada, I stopped by Sun TV’s studios and for the first time did my weekly spot on Michael Coren’s show while face-to-face with Michael. Then on the way out of the studio I bumped into Ezra Levant. It was a fine day in the midst of a marvelously successful speaking trip in Canada.
Some good news from down under:
A note to the hyperventilating and hypocritcal Left. AsÂ Nick Cater points out,Â Tony Abbott is not silencing debate, but privatising it:
Under Tony Abbott, there will be zero tolerance for evangelism on the public purse on anthropogenic global warming or any other matter…
Labor returned to power in 2007 with a somewhat romantic view of the state, believing that its instruments could be used to teach its citizens how to behave. From teenage binge-drinking to finding the cheapest place for petrol, the all-benevolent hand of the federal government was where wisdom would reside. The Coalition has come to power with the philosophical momentum running its way. The successful application of section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act to censure columnist Andrew Bolt was chilling at the time, but it now appears the case was not the dawning of a new illiberal era but the point at which the Left’s castigatory tendencies went a step too far…
Last year, when former attorney-general Nicola Roxon attempted to reframe anti-discrimination legislation to enshrine the right not to be offended, she had a fight on her hands… In March, the government backed away from legislation regulating the press not because it had come to its senses but because it had lost the argument..
In government, the Coalition intends to push back the intrusive incursions of the state on multiple fronts.