Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated/Hamas-linked activists like CAIR who strong-armed the FBI into purging anti-(Islamic) terrorism training materials considered ‘offensive’ to Muslims, have made their next wave of demands, which include an overhaul in the way ALL law enforcement officers are trained in the US.
Judicial Watch The coalition of influential and Muslim Brotherhood-connected Muslim rights groups are demanding that the Obama administration implement a mandatory retraining program for all federal, state and local law enforcement officials who may have been subjected to materials they deem “biased and discriminatory” against Muslims.
There must also be an audit of all federal law enforcement and intelligence gathering training and educational materials to identify and remove information that could exhibit bias against Muslim terrorists.
Judicial Watch says, “the outrageous demands were made this month in a letter to Lisa O. Monaco, the Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism. “Without executive branch actions, including those we recommend below, trainings that perpetuate gross stereotypes and false information about Islam and Muslims will continue to proliferate at the state and local level,” the letter says.
It continues: “The use of anti-Muslim trainers and materials is not only highly offensive, disparaging the faith of millions of Americans, but leads to biased policing that targets individuals and communities based on religion, not evidence of wrongdoing.”
Former FBI Special Agent and expert counter-terrorism trainer, John Guandolo is a main target of CAIR’s smear campaign against law-enforcement trainers
“These “activist” groups further demand that the Obama administration must pursue disciplinary action against agents and officials who engage in discriminatory conduct as well as those responsible for the anti-Muslim training materials.
Finally, the coalition insists that all federal funding to local and state law enforcement agencies be withheld unless they ban all training materials considered to be biased against race, ethnicity, religion or national origin. In short, these empowered Muslim activists want to dictate how our nation’s law enforcement agencies operate at every level.”
Among the signatories is the terrorist front organization Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which has repeatedly proven that it wields tremendous power in the Obama administration. Founded in 1994 by three Middle Eastern extremists, CAIR got the FBI to purge anti-terrorism material determined to be offensive to Muslims. Judicial Watch uncovered that scandal last summer and obtained hundreds of pages of FBI documents with details of the arrangement.”
“CAIR also got several police departments in President Obama’s home state of Illinois to cancel essential counterterrorism courses over accusations that the instructor was anti-Muslim. The course was called “Islamic Awareness as a Counter-Terrorist Strategy” and departments in Lombard, Elmhurst and Highland Park caved into CAIR’s demands.”
The U.S. attorney’s office and the U.S. Department of Justice filed suit Wednesday against the city of St. Anthony, contending its City Council violated federal law by rejecting a proposed Islamic indoctrination center in 2012. U.S. Attorney Andy Luger said his office found that the council’s decision to deny the Abu Huraira Islamic Center the right to worship in the St. Anthony Business Center violated the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act passed by Congress.
Star Tribune Federal authorities are asking for an injunction from a federal judge ordering St. Anthony to permit the group to use the basement of the business center.
In June 2012, the council voted down the proposed center, concluding that a religious and cultural center was incompatible with the site’s light-industrial zoning. The council’s 4-1 decision went against a city planning commission recommendation to approve the 15,000-square-foot center in the old Medtronic headquarters at 3055 Old Highway 8.
The council decision came after some St. Anthony residents voiced their opposition to the proposed center. More than 150 people packed the meeting, and some made disparaging remarks about the Muslim faith. Jim Roth, the lone council member to back the Islamic center, predicted at the time of the vote that the council’s rejection would spawn a lawsuit. Roth said he was “embarrassed” and “stunned” by some of the remarks made.
On Wednesday, St. Anthony officials continued to defend the council’s action, saying that the rejection of the Islamic center was based purely on zoning issues. “Religious uses of any type are allowed in the vast majority of the city. They are just not allowed in the roughly five percent of the city reserved for industrial uses,” said St. Anthony City Attorney Jay Lindgren.
Lindgren said the denial “was not based on discrimination at all,” but rather “on the conclusion that religious assembly of any type is not allowed in an industrial zone. “An industrial zone is designed to create jobs and be an economic engine,” he said.
The U.S. attorney’s office in Minneapolis has spent two years investigating the matter, with its spokeswoman saying at one point that it had sought to reach an out-of-court agreement with the parties.
At the heart of the federal suit is the allegation that the City Council treated an application for a conditional-use permit to assemble at the business center on less-than-equal terms from other, nonreligious conditional-use permits for assembly. While prohibiting the Islamic center in the light industrial zone, it allowed for a union hall with banquet facilities to be rented by the public, the suit said. The city permitted the union hall because the light industrial zone allowed for “assemblies, meeting lodges and convention halls.”
The Minnesota Chapter of terror-linked CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) had asked federal authorities to investigate whether the city violated the federal law on religious land use. In August 2012, two months after the council’s rejection, the Muslim group proposing the Islamic center purchased the former Medtronic Inc. headquarters for $1.9 million.
The suit contends that the Islamic center conducts an “assembly” and therefore barring it violates federal law. Lindgren said there was a similar denial of a Christian-based organization around that same time as well.
Mosques and Islamic school projects have faced opposition across the state. Some community members opposed projects in Plymouth, Willmar, Bloomington and Blaine, as well as out of state as in Murfreesboro, TN, where a 2-year hostile battle raged, but all were reluctantly approved, thanks to pressure from the Feds.
The U.S. attorney’s office said that the treatment of the center’s backers added substantial burdens to its members practicing their faith. “Abu Huraira members’ ability to exercise their religion is limited by their current worship site options, including, but not limited to the fact that members in the northern Twin Cities are burdened from praying together based on the lengthy of time it takes to travel to the worship centers in south Minneapolis,” the U.S. attorney’s office said in a statement.
“Moreover,” the statement said, “prayer space at locations in Minneapolis are too small to accommodate members, many of whom often have to pray in hallways or entryways, and hold multiple pray sessions in shifts to accommodate crowds.”
After the council denied the permit in St. Anthony, three churches in St. Anthony held an interfaith meeting between Christian sympathizers and Muslim leaders in July 2012 to address some of the negative comments made at the council meeting.
“Some things had been said at the City Council meeting that sounded unwelcoming and unfriendly. There was a desire to show a different face on things,” said Rev. Paul La Fontaine, with St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church which co-sponsored the event. He said he was surprised by news of the federal lawsuit.
Asked about the community’s perception of the Muslim faith, he said: “In light of recent events overseas, there is a certain concern. St. Anthony is a “first-ring” suburb of Minneapolis that’s just 2.35 square miles with 8,200 people.
The Oklahoma chapter of the Hamas-affiliated Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today welcomes decision by Jenks Public Schools’ administration to stop using a documentary film about the Islamic terrorist connection to the Oklahoma City bombing.
In May 2014, after receiving a complaint from a concerned parent, CAIR-OK questioned the schools’ use of the film Conspiracy: Oklahoma City Bombingas a part of its Oklahoma History Curriculum. The film alleges that the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing was the work of “Middle-Eastern Islamist organizations.”
The below video and link show that Muslim terrorists were, in fact, involved with the funding and planning of the Alfred P Murrah building bombing in 1995.
Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) is calling on the FBI and local law enforcement to investigate a possible hate bias motive for vandalism at Manassas mosque.
CAIR An official of the Manassas Mosque in Manassas, Va., told CAIR that a security guard discovered yellow paint and an obscenity sprayed on doors and windows of the house of worship early this morning. The vandals also broke one of the mosque’s glass doors.
“Whenever a house of worship is targeted by vandals, the possibility of a bias motive must be investigated by law enforcement authorities,” said CAIR National Communications Director Ibrahim ‘Dougie’ Hooper.
Nihad Awad is a founding member and executive director of Hamas terrorist-affiliated CAIR (Council on antiAmerican-Islamic Relations) who has publicly declared: “I am a supporter of the Hamas movement.” Awad believes that non-violent demonstrations are “not a substitute for armed struggle.”
This was the same Muslim crowd who threatened and attacked pro-Israel demonstrators in DC which resulted in their evacuation from the area under police protection: jew-hating-pro-hamas-demonstrators-force-pro-israel-supporters-to-be-evacuated-in-front-of-the-white-house-under-police-protection
CAIR In a speech to assembled Muslim protesters, CAIR’s Nihad Awad praised John Kerry for his animosity towards the state of Israel. He also claimed that U.S. policy in support of Israel’s attacks does not represent American values and he accused Israel of “terrorism” in intentionally targeting civilians.
Awad said that polls are showing that American public option is shifting toward rejection of blind support for Israel’s massacres of Palestinian children, women and the elderly (Only in your dreams). He also urged all those at the rally and those watching on television to call the White House (202-456-1111) and to meet with their elected representatives to hold them accountable for their uncritical and unethical support for Israel’s brutal actions
Please note: CAIR is a tax exempt organization which had it status revoked by George W. Bush. Right after his inauguration in 2009, Barack Hussein Obama had it reinstated.
Like all Palestinian Muslim scum, this kid lies like a rug. He totally fabricates what happened there, backed up by his bagheaded mother. Hamas-linked CAIR is behind this circus, naturally.
THE REAL STORY:
“I’m gonna kill you mother fucker, you and the all Israelis!” “You want a push, I’ll show you a push!” He’s a Zionist, this guy is not one of us, he’s a Zionist!”
On Sunday, July 20th, the Hamas-affiliated Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) crossed a cultural and maybe legal red line by sponsoring a Hamas demonstration where this man, a Jewish reporter working undercover was identified and attacked by an angry crowd of Hamas jihadists.
See full video HERE
To mark the end of Muslim holy month of Ramadan, Hamas-linked CAIR has organized a campaign where Muslims in the US will visit Christian and Jewish neighbors to hand out EID gifts .
Be sure to call the police before opening any unexpected package. Even if the gift is harmless, you can be sure there will be strings attached.
CAIR Muslims statewide will visit their neighbors of other faiths and backgrounds on Sunday (July 27), Monday (July 28) and Tuesday (July 29) to deliver Eid ul-Fitr greetings and gifts as part of a statewide initiative by the Council on American-Islamic Relations of Washington State (CAIR-WA) marking the end of the month-long fast of Ramadan. [NOTE: The Eid ul-Fitr (EED-al-FITTER), or "feast of fast breaking," holiday marks the end of the month-long fast of Ramadan.]
Muslim community members in the following areas will participate in the project: Greater Seattle area, Bellingham, Tacoma area, Olympia area, Spokane, Vancouver, Tri-Cities, Yakima, Pullman and other major towns statewide.
“I am looking forward to meeting my neighbors and getting to know them,” said project organizer Ahsen Nadeem of Bellevue, Wash. “I’m very excited by the fact that tens of thousands of fellow Washingtonians will get to meet their Muslim neighbors next door.” (Oh, I bet you are!)