CAIR wages jihad against groups spreading 'anti-Islam prejudice' and "Islamophobia" in the U.S.

In the crosshairs are Zuhdi Jasser and, you guessed it: Robert Spencer, who should sue them for slander and defamation. Here is Robert Spencer’s rebuttal:
US religious freedom rep funded by “Islamophobes”
US religious freedom rep funded by Islamophobes
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The Council on American-Islamic Relations repeated its request to the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom to investigate one of its own members.

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The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the US’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, repeated its request to the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) to investigate one of its own members, this time for being funded by the same group that backs a notorious Islamophobe.

Earlier this year, CAIR asked for an investigation of USCIRF Vice Chair Zuhdi Jasser for apparently seeking to deny religious rights to Muslim military personnel.

In a letter sent to USCIRF Chairman Dr. Robert P. George, Corey Saylor, director of CAIR’s Department to Monitor and Combat Islamophobia, wrote in part:

“We are writing today to expand upon the concerns regarding Dr. Zuhdi Jasser that were expressed on our letter to you dated January 24, 2014. Additional information has come to light regarding the financial dependence of Dr. Jasser’s American Islamic Forum for Democracy (AIFD) on groups known for promoting Islamophobia in the United States.

“Tax filings for the New York-based Abstraction Fund reveal that between 2010 and 2012, Jasser’s organization accepted $45,000 in grants and contributions. In 2012, 82 percent of the Fund’s total $1,982,930 contributions and grants went to groups known for their active role in spreading anti-Islam prejudice.”

The Center for Security Policy

Saylor’s letter cited funding of anti-Islam groups such as the Center for Security Policy, the head of which was a key witness for the plaintiffs in a controversial lawsuit against a mosque being built in Tennessee, where he promoted the notion that mosques want to “destroy western civilization from within.”

Investigative Project on Terrorism

Another group funded by the Abstraction Fund and cited in the letter is Steven Emerson’s Investigative Project on Terrorism, which recently published an Islamophobic article stating: “Europe is still … captivated by the specious charms of the Arabs and Islam” and ” … pitiful Arab, whose inherent culture left him no shred of sincerity, creativity or courage.”

Jihad Watch

Other Abstraction Fund-backed groups include Jihad Watch, an anti-Muslim blog published by Robert Spencer. The Boston Globe has described Spencer as a man who “depicts Islam as an inherently violent religion.” Spencer has referred to Islam’s Prophet Muhammad as a “con man. Someone who is knowing [sic] that what he is saying is false, but is fooling his followers.”

In June 2013, the Catholic Diocese of Sacramento requested that the Kolbe Academy, a Catholic school, rescind a speaking invitation they extended to Spencer. The diocese referred to Spencer as a “key leader in the anti-Islam hate movement in the United States.”

(Highly unlikely, but if CAIR claims it, it must be true. CAIR wouldn’t lie to us now, or would it?)

Stop Islamization of America 

Spencer is a co-founder of Stop Islamization of America (SIOA), which has been designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). Spencer’s Jihad Watch blog is also designated as a hate group by the SPLC, which named Spencer as part of the nation’s “Anti-Muslim Inner Circle.”

(SPLC is  a harlot servicing its Mohammedan masters. They own it).


The Southern Poverty Law Center, a far left hate group linked to a shooting at the conservative Family Research Council headquarters, attacked Andrew Breitbart late last week, insinuating that he was a racist who ‘rubbed elbows with white nationalists’. Southern Poverty Law Center Hate Group Hurls Racially Motivated Attack Against Andrew Breitbart

The Middle East Forum 

The Middle East Forum (MEF), headed by Islamophobe Daniel Pipes, also received funds from the Abstraction Fund. Pipes is infamous for quotes such as: “Western European societies are unprepared for the massive immigration of brown-skinned peoples cooking strange foods and maintaining different standards of hygiene. All immigrants bring exotic customs and attitudes, but Muslim customs are more troublesome than most.” [Jasser has accepted donations from Middle East Forum.]

That is obviously a lie. Daniel Pipes doesn’t stoop that low.

In concluding his letter to USCIRF, Saylor wrote:

“CAIR values, advocates for and has pursued legal action to protect free speech and freedom of expression. Dr. Jasser has every right to advocate for the causes and organizations with which he chooses to align AIFD. At issue here is the reasonable concern that arises regarding Dr. Jasser accepting financial support from anti-Muslim groups while he is serving on a commission advocating for religious freedom.

“Given the expanding evidence of AFID’s financial dependency on groups funding anti-Muslim prejudice in the United States, we do not believe Dr. Jasser can act as an honest voice regarding religious freedom domestically or internationally.”

(“Honest” for muselmaniacs means promoting Islam. Questioning Islam is ‘dishonest’.)

In 2013, CAIR published a major report, “Legislating Fear: Islamophobia and its Impact in the United States,” which identifies 37 organizations dedicated to promoting the type of anti-Islam prejudice that can lead to bias-motivated incidents targeting American Muslims. The Islamophobia report is available on Kindle.

(Its trash. Muslims never experience a ‘backlash’ in the U.S., not even after 9/11. Most hate crimes are committed against Jews.)

Jasser was featured in that report as an enabler of anti-Muslim bigotry. The report noted that Jasser heads a group that “applauded” an amendment to Oklahoma’s state Constitution that would have implemented state-sponsored discrimination against Islam.

(Opposing sharia is safeguarding the constitution. Islam discriminates against non-muslims, blacks, women and homosexuals. The Islamic system discriminates against non muslims by reducing them to slave status.)

Jasser also narrated “The Third Jihad,” a propaganda film created by the Clarion Fund, which depicts Muslims as inherently violent and seeking world domination. Following revelations that the film was shown as part of training at the New York Police Department, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly called it “wacky” and “objectionable.”

(Kelly wanted to keep his job. The facts speak for themselves.)

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.

 (CAIR is no such thing and its mission statement is grossly misrepresented. It is a front for Hamas and the MuBro’s. CAIR is the megaphone for Islamic terrorist organisations in America.)

8 thoughts on “CAIR wages jihad against groups spreading 'anti-Islam prejudice' and "Islamophobia" in the U.S.”

  1. “The Boston Globe has described Spencer as a man who “depicts Islam as an inherently violent religion.”

    Islam depicts Islam as an inherently violent religion.

  2. Well, CAIR is honest about one thing, their brief to “empower American Muslims.” Mostly they are eager to empower American Muslims who are part of CAIR.

  3. Unbelievable that they lie like that. I bet they’re lying about Jasser too.

    Scum. Figure they can lie and get away with it.

  4. “The diocese referred to Spencer as a “key leader in the anti-Islam hate movement in the United States.”

    I refer to Spencer and Jihad Watch as an education movement.

    I would like to how how they say it is a hate movement. I do not see or hear any hate from Spencer or Jihad Watch.What exactly are they talking about?

  5. Here, education, from Muslim scholar Bassam Tibi, who used to teach in Germany.

    I have never seen it explained better:

    “At its core, Islam is a religious mission to all humanity. Muslims are religiously obliged to disseminate the Islamic faith throughout the world. “We have sent you forth to all mankind” (Q. 34:28). If non-Muslims submit to conversion or subjugation, this call (da’wa) can be pursued peacefully. If they do not, Muslims are obliged to wage war against them. In Islam, peace requires that non-Muslims submit to the call of Islam, either by converting or by accepting the status of a religious minority (dhimmi) and paying the imposed poll tax, jizya. World peace, the final stage of the da’wa, is reached only with the conversion or submission of all mankind to Islam…

    Muslims believe that expansion through war is not aggression but a fulfillment of the Qur’anic command to spread Islam as a way of peace. The resort to force to disseminate Islam is not war (harb), a word that is used only to describe the use of force by non-Muslims. Islamic wars are not hurab (the plural of harb) but rather futuhat, acts of “opening” the world to Islam and expressing Islamic jihad.

    Relations between dar al-Islam, the home of peace, and dar al-harb, the world of unbelievers, nevertheless take place in a state of war, according to the Qur’an and to the authoritative commentaries of Islamic jurists. Unbelievers who stand in the way, creating obstacles for the da’wa, are blamed for this state of war, for the da’wa can be pursued peacefully if others submit to it.

    In other words, those who resist Islam cause wars and are responsible for them.”

  6. Is CAIR a RICO case?

    By Mathew Hurwitz/American Thinker

    The Council on American Islamic Relations, CAIR, claims to be an anti-defamation organization. In fact, as we shall see, it is anything but.

    CAIR was founded in 1994 by Nihad Awad and Omar Ahmed, who had ties with the Islamic Association for Palestine (IAP), which was established by the terrorist organization Hamas. Therefore, it is an outgrowth of the IAP. It opened its first office in Washington, D.C. with a donation from the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, the largest Islamic charity in the U.S. CAIR should be, but is not, registered as a foreign agent. Only 1% of its total revenue comes from membership dues; the balance of its sponsorship is from such foreign sources as Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. One of CAIR’s unspoken objectives is the Islamification of America.

    CAIR funnels money to various nefarious causes. It justifies its criminal money-laundering by comparing its actions to those of AIPAC, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. They liken AIPAC’s open support of Israel to CAIR’s secret backing of Israel’s enemies. CAIR is a Muslim-American outfit whose key officials were convicted of passing money to Hamas and Hezb’allah, two terrorist organizations dedicated to jihad (holy war) against Israel.

    Immediately following 9/11, CAIR placed on its website a plea for donations to its New York and Washington, D.C. emergency relief fund. It accepted money that it diverted to the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, the very Islamic charity which has subsequently been shut down by the FBI for its ties to Hamas. The FBI has declared CAIR a front organization for Hamas. In 2002, federal prosecutors brought charges against the organization for funding Hamas.

    CAIR influences government policy, individuals, and private businesses by aggressive lawsuits, threats of civil rights litigation, boycotts, demonstrations, and propaganda promulgated by the politically correct liberal news media. It was the fear of lawsuits by CAIR that prevented our military from expelling Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan, even though they knew of his un-American leanings. Owing to CAIR’s threats of anti-discrimination lawsuits, an overly sensitive military failed to weed out a traitorous Islamic jihadist in its midst, and Hasan killed 12 soldiers and wounded 29.

    CAIR sued John Doe passengers who alerted an airline crew that a group of six Muslims were acting suspiciously. Clearly their behavior was intended to intimidate the passengers and crew, and the captain put them off the flight. The Six Imams, who are Muslim and whose backgrounds range from Arab to Albanian, allege that U.S. Airways, the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC), various agents and employees of U.S. Airways, MAC, and the FBI intentionally discriminated against them solely on the basis of their race, religion, and national origin. U.S. Airways is being sued on grounds that it discriminated against the imams because of their practice of their Muslim faith. MAC, an FBI agent, and state officials are being sued because they violated the constitutional rights of the imams.

    This suit fits in with CAIR’s anti-profiling campaign, which has had a chilling effect on airlines and the Federal Transport Safety Administration. Travelers are less secure because of politically correct anti-profiling policies.

    The FBI has cut off all contacts with CAIR. These relationships were instituted by the Obama administration in the name of improved Islamic relations. Obama directed the FBI to mount an outreach program with CAIR in cases of alleged civil rights violations.

    This short-lived alliance broke down over mounting concerns with CAIR’s roots in Hamas and its refusal to renounce the terrorist organization. The FBI has named CAIR an unindicted co-conspirator in one of the largest finance cases in U.S. history, alleging that CAIR acted as a front in a conspiracy with the Muslim Brotherhood, a parent of al-Qaeda and Hamas, to infiltrate U.S. institutions. The ultimate intent was to impose Saudi-style Islamic law in America.

    In a pending case, CAIR stands accused of plotting to influence members of Congress by infiltrating their staffs with Muslim interns. In this connection, a senator and five congressmen urged the IRS to investigate CAIR. The FBI maintains that CAIR does not qualify as a nonprofit organization like the NAACP and AIPAC.

    However, the fact of the matter is that CAIR is a front for Hamas and the radical Muslim Brotherhood; therefore, it should not be tax-exempt.

    CAIR claims that U.S. policy is dictated by Zionist extremists. It mounts a relentless propaganda campaign to influence the American government to disclaim Israel’s status as a special ally. The organization is an advocate for the destruction of Israel and the occupation of its territories by the Palestinians.

    A year before CAIR’s founding, Niwad Awad and Omar Ahmad conspired with Hamas leaders in a 1993 meeting in Philadelphia to disguise funding for Hamas as charitable donations. Since the money for such transactions originates with its Arab patrons, CAIR’s ongoing diversion of donations to Hamas is clearly a case of money-laundering. To date, the organization has been able to get away with this, and it continues to fund terrorist and jihadist causes.

    There are documented violations by CAIR of America’s Iranian Assets Control Regulations imposed by executive orders of prior presidents including Reagan, Bush 41, Clinton, and Bush 43. The regulations prohibit essentially all commercial dealings and cash transfers with Iran by U.S. citizens, corporations, and organizations. Violations of this act are punishable by steep fines, civil penalties, and imprisonment.

    Cofounder Omar Ahmad said: “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to other faiths, but to become dominant.” He went on to say: “The Koran should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on earth.”

    In the late 1980s, Ihsan Bagby, professor of Islamic studies at the University of Kentucky and a CAIR board member, stated that “Muslims can never be full citizens of the US because there’s no way we can be fully committed to the institutions and ideologies of this country.”

    Clearly, CAIR is a foreign-sponsored subversive organization comparable to the American Communist Party when it was Soviet-controlled.

    Therefore, CAIR should be handled under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) enacted by Congress in 1970.

    Originally intended to deal with the Mafia, RICO’s scope was expanded in the 1980s to provide civil remedies with treble damages to any person injured in their business or property by reason of a RICO violation. By the late 1980s, RICO was one of the most commonly-asserted claims in federal court.

    Due to over-litigation, the Supreme Court limited the use of RICO in civil cases. Today RICO is applied to criminal prosecution of individuals, businesses, political protest groups, and terrorist organizations. It is used in cases involving conspiracy, coercion, subversive activity, tax evasion, and money-laundering.

    CAIR’s activities from its founding in 1994 to the present day clearly qualify this organization to be prosecuted and convicted under the RICO act.

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