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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