CAIR Official Loses Interfaith Award Due to History of Hate

Recently, the interfaith organization People Acting in Community Together (PACT) rescinded an award honoring Zahra Billoo, executive director of the Northern California chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). CAIR is a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entity that was designated as a terrorist group by the United Arab Emirates. FBI wiretaps in 1993 reveal that CAIR was established to deceptively push the Islamist agenda in America.  You can read more about CAIR's background here. In a series of tweets, Billoo blamed the loss of the award on her “vocal support of Palestinian human rights” and claimed there was pressure to rescind the award from Jewish members…
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ISIS Claims Vegas: At What Price?

The Islamic State (ISIS) is "quadrupling down" on its claim of responsibility for the Las Vegas massacre by Stephen Paddock, claiming he converted to Islam months ago. There is no evidence to substantiate their claim at this point and, if ISIS is lying, then at least something good can come from this horrible atrocity by using the lie to blast away at ISIS’ credibility. Rukmini Callimachi, a New York Times correspondent covering ISIS, tracked how ISIS reiterated its claims of responsibility with at least two comments on its Amaq News Agency propaganda outlet. It started referring to him as “Abu…
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Secretary of Homeland Security Thanks CAIR

Secretary of Homeland Security Thanks CAIR

The Department of Homeland Security is continuing to use the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) as an outreach partner, despite the Justice Department identifying it as a Muslim Brotherhood entity and designating it as an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism-financing trial in American history. CAIR’s Florida branch has published a letter from the DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties thanking it for its years of collaboration. The author says it was written at the request of the Secretary of Homeland Security, General John Kelly. It is dated May 5 and can be seen at Pamela Geller's website.…
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CAIR Condemns Chief of Staff Kelly

The New York chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), an organization identified by the Justice Department as a Muslim Brotherhood front, condemned new White House Chief of Staff John Kelly for his “Islamaphobic ideology.” Kelly previously led the Department of Homeland Security for the Trump Administration. During his time as secretary, the DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties thanked CAIR's Florida chapter in a letter that the author claimed was written at the request of General Kelly. As we stated in our July 30 article, it is very possible Kelly did not actually ask for the…
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Hezbollah Terrorists Caught in US Planning Attack

Hezbollah Terrorists Caught in US Planning Attack

The pace of jihadist activity has been so intense lately that an incredibly important story has been barely reported on: Two terrorists belonging to Hezbollah, a puppet of the Iranian and Syrian regimes, have been arrested for planning attacks in the U.S., with one scouting potential targets in New York including JFK International Airport. Both are citizens who entered, exited and re-entered the U.S. Although the Iranian and Syrian regimes regularly organize terrorist attacks through its Hezbollah proxy, the plotting of attacks on U.S. soil and on Americans overseas is very significant, but not unprecedented. The two arrested terrorists are…
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Jamaat ul-Fuqra in US Still Active Threat: Federal Source

A retired federal source with direct experience in dealing with a jihadist cult in America known as Muslims of the Americas (Jamaat ul-Fuqra) states that law enforcement remains “very concerned” about the group’s activity, despite MOA’s proclaimed moderation and supportive comments made by some local sheriffs. Muslims of the Americas (MOA) was know as Jamaat ul-Fuqra (a group that was listed as a terrorist organization by the U.S. State Department) until they went underground and began changing their name and creating more fronts. MOA is led by a radical cleric in Pakistan, Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani, and is best known…
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It Doesn’t End With Davis: Radical Mosques in America

The Islamic Center of Davis, led by an extremist anti-Semitic imam that petitioners want fired, is not an anomaly. There have been many Islamist preachers in America who teach such extremism or belong to radical organizations. Here are 5 examples: 1.Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center, Falls Church, Virginia The mosque was founded by members of the Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas network in America and is officially affiliated with two Brotherhood fronts designated by the U.S. Justice Department as unindicted co-conspirators in the largest terrorism-financing trial in U.S. history. A 2002 U.S. government report said the mosque is “operating as a front for Hamas…
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4 Groups Reject Counter-Terror Funding

2/13/2017 In a revealing trend, four nonprofits groups involved with the Muslim-American community have rejected federal funding for countering violent extremism. For these groups, their image and making a political point is a higher priority than fighting radical Islam and helping their communities. The four Muslim groups had been privileged to receive Homeland Security grants to support their efforts to “counter violent extremism;” a generic and politically-correct term that the Obama Administration used to avoid verbiage related to Islam. Now, these groups are willing to sacrifice that funding and cut their programs just to stick it to President Trump. Their…
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