CAIR slams BNI readers for their comments about planned attack by Tennessee man on radical Muslim enclave in New York called ‘Islamberg’


As you can see by the CAIR link below, they declined to post the name of this website so as “not to drive more traffic here.” What they really don’t want people to see at BNI are the stories/videos outing Islamberg as an area that has been identified as one of several Islamic terrorist training camp compounds around America.

CAIR: Comments on Anti-Islam Hate Site Applaud Planned Terror Attack on NY Muslims as ‘Patriotic’

CAIR today released comments posted on a well-known anti-Muslim hate site applauding the man who pleaded guilty to planning a terror attack on New York Muslim as a “true patriot” who had the “right idea” and should be given an “medal.” The comments were posted following an article about the planned terror attack. [NOTE: CAIR is not naming the hate site so as not to drive traffic there.]

SEE ORIGINAL POST HEREtennessee-man-pleads-guilty-to-plotting-annihilation-of-islamberg-an-upstate-new-york-all-muslim-village-identified-as-a-terrorist-training-camp

These are the words of the founder of multiple jihadist training camps in the U.S.

These are the words of Sheik Gilani, founder of multiple jihadist training camps in the U.S.

The below videos are about Islamberg and other terror training centers in the U.S. and it founder, Sheik Gilani. See other links below for more.













TALK ABOUT AN OVERREACTION! Hundreds rally to condemn ‘No Muslim’ graffiti on the Texas Tech seal

Graffiti that more than likely was placed there by Muslims themselves, as they have been caught doing many times, to gain sympathy from the community.


KCBD  Students and staff at Texas Tech are uniting as police continue their investigation into who spray-painted the words “no Muslim” on a large reproduction of the school seal in front of the Texas Tech Health Science Center.

On Friday, two days after the words were first discovered, more than a hundred students and staff rallied together, including first year medical student Ahsan Niazi. “We are a community and we have to look out for each other,” Niazi says. “That talk just isn’t tolerated.” But Niazi says this isn’t an isolated incident and he says he knows the hateful rhetoric wasn’t just words, it marks deep into the culture.

Designated terrorist group CAIR demands massive media coverage of such non-stories and the sharia-compliant media is only too happy to comply, whereas they would ignore it if the graffiti said ‘No Christians’ or ‘No Jews.’


Designated Terrorist Group CAIR demands resignation or firing of El Monte Planning Commissioner for telling the truth about Islam

And instead of attacking Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR for it’s affiliations with terrorist groups, the commissioner is groveling and apologizing.

The Facebook post that has the commissioner under fire:





Designated Terrorist Group CAIR demands resignation of El Monte Official over Facebook Post

Once again, Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated CAIR anti-free speech Nazis are seeking to infringe upon the First Amendment rights of American citizens.


CAIR  Art Barrios, a planning commissioner for the City of El Monte and a former El Monte city council member, recently posted an article headlined “China Makes Major Moves to Ban Islam” on his Facebook page and then commented, “Sounds good maybe the rest of the world should do the same.”

“While Mr. Barrios has the right to his bigoted views, it is unacceptable for a person who holds such views to be in a position of public trust and authority,” said CAIR-LA Public Affairs Coordinator Haroon Manjlai.

“Discrimination against building of mosques is widespread and well documented, and therefore it is unacceptable that a planning commissioner of any city, who ought to be fair and neutral, would hold such hateful views. We urge Mr. Barrios to resign his post on the planning commission, or failing that, for the city council to vote to remove him at their next meeting.”

CAIR thugs continue to whine about anti-Muslim material posted on social media by a number of public officials nationwide.



NEVER HIRE A MUSLIM Reason #138: More Muslim butt hurt over alleged headbag discrimination

Designated Terrorist Group CAIR demands the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro) explain why a Muslim woman driver who wears an Islamic headbag was prevented from operating her train with a group of political VIPs as passengers.


CAIR  According to the Muslim woman operator, the first car of her Silver Line train was commandeered for a media event last Friday featuring VIPs such as Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.).

Before leaving on her normal schedule, the Muslim operator was reportedly informed by a supervisor that she would not be driving the train and was told to sit in the commandeered compartment while being watched by security personnel. The Muslim driver ultimately burst into tears because of the stress and humiliation she felt. (Awwww)


In her formal union complaint, the Muslim driver wrote: “I have reasons to believe that I have been discriminated against due to my gender and religious preference (Al-Islam).”

CAIR has contacted Metro and the train operator’s union about the incident. Metro’s director of diversity told CAIR that the incident is being investigated. 

“We urge Metro to explain why a qualified train operator would be removed from her post in such circumstances,” said CAIR National Communications Director Ibrahim Hooper. “Without an adequate explanation of Metro officials’ actions during this incident, the perception exists that the train operator was removed from her post because of her religious attire.” (Well, DUH!)



More reasons why you should NEVER HIRE A MUSLIM


Designated Terrorist Group CAIR has expressed outrage that more ‘Draw the prophet Muhammad’ cartoon contests are now being planned

hooperbaby3vi1-viIbrahim Hooper (photo right) of CAIR condemns free speech organizers and anti-Islam activists Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs and Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch for saying, “We must hold more of these events. That seems to be essential, otherwise the message is sent that violence works and will silence free people.”

US News  Organizers of the Muhammad-drawing cartoon contest attacked by jihadi gunmen Sunday are planning to host more events showcasing depictions of the Muslim prophet. The organizers tell U.S. News it’s essential to stand up for their First Amendment rights against pressure from religious fanatics, brushing criticism they are recklessly provoking Muslims.

Pamela Geller, organizer of Daw the prophet Muhammad' cartoon contest held in Texas

Pamela Geller, organizer of the first ‘Draw the prophet Muhammad’ cartoon contest held in Texas

Muslims generally consider depictions of Muhammad offensive, and Western artists who thumb their nose at the taboo risk paying with their lives.

Spencer and Geller have yet to settle on precise plans for future cartoon contests. Geller, formerly famous for edgy ads supporting Israel and for rallying opposition to a planned mosque near ground zero in New York, has pushed back aggressively on media exhortations that she voluntarily cease her provocative commentary on Islam.

“I will not abridge my freedoms so as not to offend savages,” she told NBC News. “We should be holding these meetings every month.” 


Charlie Hebdo editor-in-chief Gerard Biard on Friday urged Western media to take a less timid approach to showing Muhammad cartoons. The risk to Westerners increases, he said, as journalists voluntarily self-censor in response to threats of violence or claims of offense.

Geller agrees with Biard, and says mainstream media’s approach to political Islam “emboldens the jihadis, as they see that the West is weak and unwilling to face reality, instead of determined and realistic.”


Ibrahim Hooper, communications director for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, one of the largest Muslim-American organizations, says more cartoon contests are certain to happen following the attack, though he doubts mainstream free speech supporters will host any.

“It’s an inevitability,” Hooper says. “Once these hate mongers find a winning formula for free publicity, they’re going to milk it for all it’s worth.”

Hooper says he can’t imagine outrage among American Muslims dimming if such events become routine, and he encourages opponents to ignore them. He says he doesn’t expect more attacks against the anticipated “hate roadshow.”


Though he personally detests what he sees as an effort to offend Muslims, Hooper concedes the U.S. Constitution allows such speech to happen. “I haven’t seen a legal argument that would stand up to scrutiny” against the legality of the events, he says.

Greg Lukianoff, president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, says “if a group did decide to host such a contest, I’m sure there would be a lot of pushback.” At public schools, he says, “student groups have powerful free speech rights that administrators limit at their peril.” 




Will designated terrorist group CAIR condemn the Islamic terror attack on free speech in Garland, Texas?

Washington Times  The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a Muslim Brotherhood front group, has condemned Sunday’s attack outside a Muhammad drawing contest in Texas, but put the blame on the event’s organizers for seeking to provoke “mutual hostility and mistrust” in the U.S.

“We condemn yesterday’s attack on an anti-Islam event in Garland, Texas, without reservation,” but “We also reiterate our view that violence in response to anti-Islam programs like the one in Garland is more insulting to our faith than any cartoon, however defamatory. Bigoted speech can never be an excuse for violence.”


The organization then provided several links to articles critical of Pamela Geller, an organizer of the Garland event and co-founder of the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), which CAIR notes is labeled a hate group by the far left communist Southern Poverty Law Center.


“Unfortunately, human history shows us that hatred breeds more hatred, and extremism leads to more extremism,” CAIR continued. “Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer, Geert Wilders and the perpetrators of yesterday’s attack all seek to provoke a downward spiral of mutual hostility and mistrust in America and around the world.”

Corey Saylor, Muslim convert and spokesman for CAIR claims to support freedom of speech while accusing Geller of poking her finger in people’s eyes and comparing her tactics to ISIS.



Designated Terrorist Organization CAIR and other Muslim groups object to counter-terrorism measures designed to stop recruiting of Minnesota Muslims for the Islamic State (ISIS)

terrorists_among_us_-450x337Nearly 50 mosques, Muslim organizations and student groups have signed a statement that highlights concerns with a federal pilot program to combat radicalization and terror recruitment in Minnesota.

FOX News & SC Times  About 40 Muslim groups in Minnesota are voicing concern about a federal program designed to fight terror recruiting, according to a statement sent out Friday by the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.


The statement, which contains the names of several mosques, student groups and other Muslim organizations, asks the Department of Justice to discontinue the program, saying it unfairly singles out members of the state’s large Somali community for their nationality and religion.

“While we support the right of all Americans to live in democratic communities free of violence, we cannot in good conscience condone or help refine programs that are fundamentally discriminatory and are likely to further subject our community members to additional civil rights abuses,” said the statement released by the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.


The pilot program in Minnesota is focused on the state’s Somali community, which has seen more than two dozen youth leave in recent years to join the terror group al-Shabab in Somalia or militants in Syria. Community members who have long sought help in stopping recruiting initially embraced the pilot program as an opportunity.

The statement lists 44 Muslim organizations as undersigned supporters. “It is our recommendation that the government stop investing in programs that will only stigmatize, divide and marginalize MUSLIM communities further,” the statement said.


The groups instead suggest the following framework to combat extremism:

Support for a Minnesota Muslim community-based task force, which is currently under development to serve as an outreach resource for law enforcement agencies. (“Outreach” is code for allow us to brainwash law enforcement with the myth that Islam is a religion of peace and terrorism is anti-Islam)



Funds for anti-radicalization programs should be separated from federal counter-terrorism and law enforcement agencies. Instead, funding should come from foundations, community organizations and state and local government. (That way, we can keep funding our terrorist pals overseas)


The Department of Justice should protect groups and individuals who intervene with those they believe are vulnerable to recruitment into extremist groups. Those who intervene should not be penalized with prosecution, watch-listing or surveillance because of their association with a potential violent extremist. (Surveillance of Muslims and mosques should be banned)

The statement also calls on Congress to investigate the federal government’s “overbroad surveillance of mosques and American Muslims, absent evidence of criminal activity.” (Just because mosques are breeding grounds for terrorists, the government should not be spying on them)

Members of Minnesota’s Somali community rallied at the Capitol on Monday in support of the families of the men accused of trying to join the Islamic State in Syria. Some wore shirts that said, “Free our boys” and chanted, “We’re not ISIS! We’re not terrorists!” (Even though our sons are)

Members of Minnesota’s Somali community rallied at the Capitol on Monday in support of the families of the men accused of trying to join the Islamic State in Syria. Some wore shirts that said, “Free our boys” and chanted, “We’re not ISIS! We’re not terrorists!” (Even though our sons are)

Instead of counter-terrorism activities, CAIR wants the government to focus on:

– Youth and after school programs for MUSLIMS

– Job fairs and job training programs for MUSLIMS

– Eliminate ethnic profiling at the airport of MUSLIMS

– Get more Somali MUSLIMS into law enforcement careers (AKA fox guarding henhouse)

– Increase engagement between MUSLIM religious leaders and MUSLIM youth (one of the best ways to recruit future terrorists)

Organizations listed on CAIR letter of concern
Read a complete copy of the letter at

Council on American Islamic Relations CAIR MN 
Global Somali Diaspora 
Muslim Youth and Family Services 
Islamic Relief & Social Services 
African Family and Education Center 
Abubakar As-Sidique Islamic Center 
Tawfiq Islamic Center 
Islamic Center of Twin Ports “ICTP” 
Brooklyn Park Islamic Center 
Building Blocks of Islam 
al-Mahmood Foundation 
ICM-Muslim Youth of Minnesota 
Dar Al-Farooq 
Al Farooq Youth & Family Center 
ICCMN/Al-Iman Center 
Masjid Al-Ihsan 
Islamic Center of Owatonna (Masjid Al Rahma) 
Burnsville Mosque (Al Salaam) 
Roshester Islamic Center 
Irshad Islamic Center Eden Prairie 
Masjid Al-Huda (ICCC) 
Masjid Al Tawba/Eden Prairie Islamic Center (ICCC) 
Ummatul Islam Center 
Masjid Ash-Shafi 
Masjid As-Sunnah (St Paul) 
Minnesota Dawah Institute 
Al Farooq Youth & Family Center 
Dar-Alqalam Islamic Center 
Abubakar As-Sidique Islamic Center-Faribault MN 
Masjid Rowdah 
Masjid Ni’mat ul-Islaam 
Muslim student association SCSU 
Mankato Islamic center 
Islamic Center of Minnesota 
Abukhadra Mosque 
Al-Madinah Cultural Center 
University of Minnesota Muslim Student Association 
University of St Thomas Muslim Student Association 
MCTC- Muslim Student Association 
Engage Minnesota Muslims 
Global Deaf Muslim the Minnesota chapter


Designated Terrorist Group CAIR thug attempts to disrupt press conference with Geert Wilders

geertwilders1-e1417327160538Hamas-linked CAIR today released a video showing its questioning of the politician they have dubbed an “infamous Dutch Islamophobe,” Geert Wilders, at a Capitol Hill news conference with his congressional hosts Rep. Steve King (R-IA) and Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX).

CAIR Government Affairs Manager Robert McCaw pressed Rep. Gohmert as to whether he stood by “Wilders’ statement that Islam is an ideology of a retarded culture.” Congressman Gohmert stated that he “proudly stands by Wilders.” McCaw also pressed Wilders on whether or not the Republican Party should adopt his Dutch Freedom Party’s proposal of “banning the Quran and the building of new mosques.” “By endorsing and promoting Geert Wilders’ anti-Muslim hate, CAIR says these elected officials tarnish the Republican Party’s reputation and harm the nation’s international image,” said McCaw. In April, CAIR called on Republican Party leaders to disinvite Wilders from two speaking events in Washington, D.C., hosted by GOP Congressmen King and Gohmert.

And here we go, Muslim congressmen Keith Ellison (D-MN) and Andre Carson (D-IN) whining about “importing hate to the steps of Congress.” Only when the two of you are standing there is there hate, you terrorist-supporting pieces of garbage.


UPDATED list of the leading “Islamophobes” according to designated Muslim terrorist organization CAIR

Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas-affiliated North American front group CAIR has added a few names to its Islamophobia list since it was first published last fall.


According to official website statement, The Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) categorizes U.S. Islamophobia network groups.

World Bulletin (h/t Mike F)


World Bulletin / News Desk 

The Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) publishes the groups list that spreading anti-islam prejudice in America. According to its official website statement, the Islamophobic Organizations are these..

Abstraction Fund

The Abstraction Fund is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network. In 2012, 82 percent of the Abstraction Fund’s total $1,982,930 of contributions and grants went to groups known for promoting Islamophobia in the United States.

ACT! for America

According to an exposé of the group published in 2011, “ACT members see themselves as warriors in a clash between Western civilization and Islam.” ACT! for America is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

American Center for Law and Justice

The American Center for Law and Justice is a conservative legal foundation that espouses concerning viewpoints against Muslims and other minority groups. The ACLJ is part of the U.S. Islamophobia network’s outer core.

American Family Association

Founded in 1977 by pastor Donald E. Wildmon, the American Family Association claims to be “on the frontlines of America’s culture war.” AFA President Tim Wildmon and Director of Issues Analysis Bryan Fischer are two of the organization’s most visible figures promoting anti-Islam prejudice. The American Family Association is part of the outer core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI)

According to the group’s web site, they act “against the treason being committed by national, state, and local government officials, the mainstream media, and others in their capitulation to the global jihad and Islamic supremacism, the ever-encroaching and unconstitutional power of the federal government, and the rapidly moving attempts to impose socialism and Marxism upon the American people.” The American Freedom Defense Initiative is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

American Freedom Law Center

The AFLC describes itself as a “public interest law firm” aiming to “defend our Nation’s Judeo-Christian heritage in courts”. Its co-founder, David Yerushalmi, often acts as the U.S. Islamophobia network’s legal counsel. His American Laws for American Courts legislation, which is intended to vilify Islam, has been introduced in state legislatures across the country. AFLC is in the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

American Islamic Forum for Democracy

According to AIFD’s website, the group’s mission is to “advocate for the preservation of the founding principles of the United States Constitution”. However, the AIFD has allied itself with individuals that attempt to limit Muslims’ access to enumerated freedoms in the Bill of Rights. The group is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

American Islamic Leadership Coalition

The American Islamic Leadership Coalition is a vehicle group for Zuhdi Jasser’s organization, the American Islamic Forum for Democracy. AILC is mostly inactive, but Jasser’s primary organization continues to dump money into it. AILC is part of the U.S. Islamophobia network’s outer core.

American Public Policy Alliance

The American Public Policy Alliance (APPA) is a 501(c)(4) organization that has aggressively pursued the passage of a series of anti-Islam bills in state legislatures across the country. APPA is part of the U.S. Islamophobia network’s inner core.

Atlas Shrugs

Atlas Shrugs is the blog of Pamela Geller, who has been described as a “caustic mouthpiece” for the Islamophobia movement. The Atlas Shrugs blog is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

Bare Naked Islam

Bare Naked Islam attempts to rebrand the Islamophobia movement as an exercise in political correctness. According to their website, “The ‘religion of peace’ is a concept the West is eager to embrace – all in the name of political correctness” and that Islam is protected by a “shelter of religious freedom.” The site regularly features discussions promoting violence against Muslims. Bare Naked Islam is in the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network. (FYI: BNI does not receive any money from what CAIR classifies as the major funders of groups and individuals in the Islamophobia network)

Center for Security Policy

CSP, a think tank based out of Washington D.C., states that ts mission is “to identify challenges and opportunities likely to affect American security…” CSP Founder Frank Gaffney is a key propagandist and conspiracy theorist for the Islamophobia movement. CSP is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

Clarion Project

The Clarion Project (formerly the Clarion Fund) is a shadowy nonprofit group distributing anti-Muslim propaganda films such as Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West and The Third Jihad: Radical Islam’s Vision for America. The Clarion Project is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network. Clarion Project is a member of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

Concerned American Citizens (Calif.)

Concerned American Citizens, based out of California, claims to seek a dialogue between moderate Muslims and others. On its website, the group asserts, “The real source of the devastating 9/11 attack is the Islamic Ideology as prescribed in Quran.” Concerned American Citizens are part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

Concerned Women for America

Concerned Women for America describes itself as “the nation’s largest public policy women’s organization with a rich 30-year history of helping our members across the country bring Biblical principles into all levels of public policy.”The group has involved itself in anti-Islam legislative efforts in at least Florida and North Carolina, where it drew praise from the bill’s sponsor. Concerned Women for America is part of the outer core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

Counter Terrorism Operations Center (Fla.)

The Counter Terrorism Operations Center asserts that founder Sam Kharoba “has trained over 20,000 federal, state and local law enforcement officers.” Kharoba has no formal academic degrees in Islamic studies and no experience in law enforcement. According to an article in Washington Monthly’s March/April 2011 edition, Kharoba tells audiences, “Anyone who says that Islam is a religion of peace is either ignorant or flat out lying.” The Counter Terrorism Operations Center is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

David Horowitz Freedom Center

The Southern Poverty Law Center, a group that tracks hate movements in the United States, labels Horowitz “the godfather of the modern anti-Muslim movement.” The David Horowitz Freedom Center is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

Donors Capital Fund

Based in Virginia, Donors Capital Fund provides a service to donors who wish to “[fund] sensitive or controversial issues” anonymously. The Fund has been linked to numerous donations to Islamophobic groups, designating them as part of the U.S. Islamophobia network’s outer core.

Eagle Forum

The Eagle Forum is a neoconservative advocacy organization that focuses on traditional family and education policy, though their Islamophobia rhetoric shows up often. The Eagle Forum is part of the outer core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

Family Security Matters

Family Security Matters is a conservative news source sponsored by Frank Gaffney’s Center for Security Policy.

Florida Family Association

The Florida Family Association, founded in 1987 by David Caton, has pressured companies and courts to adhere to anti-Muslim practices. Despite operating only in Florida, FFA has garnered national attention. FFA is part of the U.S. Islamophobia network’s inner core.

Former Muslims United

Former Muslims United is a group of alleged Muslim converts that have used fake titles and personas to spread biases of Islam. The group is in the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

Forum for Middle East Understanding

FFMU, founder Walid Shoebat, suggests Islam is the fake religion of the ‘anti-Christ’ and implies that Muslims bear the “Mark of the Beast.” In 2011, CNN researchers “found no evidence” to support Shoebat’s trademark claim of being a “former PLO terrorist.” The FFMU is in the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

Fox News Channel

Fox News Channel, created by media moguls Roger Ailes and Rupert Murdoch in 1996, is a conservative news network that provides a forum for prejudice targeting the Muslim community. Fox News Channel is part of the outer core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

Investigative Project on Terrorism

The Investigative Project on Terrorism, founded and operated by Steve Emerson, claims to investigate the activities and finances of radical terrorist groups, but makes all of Islam culpable. The IPT is in the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

Jihad Watch

Jihad Watch is the primary internet vehicle for Robert Spencer. 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 the same video he asserts, “From a historical stand point, it is not even clear that Muhammad existed.” The site is funded by the David Horowitz Freedom Center, which lists Spencer as an employee. Jihad Watch is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation

The Bradley Foundation was founded after the deaths of Lynde and Harry Bradley, a pair of philanthropist brothers. Groups the foundation helps fund indulge in broad-brush smears of the entire Islamic faith tradition. The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation is part of the outer core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

Middle East Forum

According to its website, the Middle East Forum “works to define and promote American interests in the Middle East and protect Western values from Middle Eastern threats.” The group’s founder and director is Daniel Pipes, also known as the grandfather of Islamophobia in the United States. The Middle East Forum is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

Middle East Media Research Institute

On its website, MEMRI claims to “bridge the language gap between the West and the Middle East” by translating Arabic, Persian, Urdu, and other languages into English. Their translations have been widely criticized for inaccuracy and inflammatory misrepresentation. MEMRI is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

National Review

Featuring reports demonizing all of Islam, the National Review is a neoconservative publication. It is part of the outer core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

Oak Initiative

According to its web site, “The Oak Initiative is a grassroots movement to Unite, Mobilize, Equip, and Activate Christians to be the salt and light they are called to be by engaging in the great issues of our time from a sound biblical worldview.” Organization President Rick Joyner believes that the Quran “enslaves”’ Muslims which is why “we have more slaves in the world today than before the Civil War here in America.” Organization Board Member Fmr. Lieutenant General William G. Boykin asserts that “[Islam] should not be protected under the First Amendment,” that there should be “no mosques in America,” that Islam is a “totalitarian way of life,” and that there can be no interfaith dialogue or cooperation between Muslims and Christians.The Oak Initiative is part of the outer core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

Russell Berrie Foundation

The Russell Berrie Foundation is a New Jersey-based nonprofit that funds groups that indulge in broad brush smears of Islam and Muslims. The Russell Berrie Foundation is part of the outer core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

Sarah Scaife Foundation

The Sarah Scaife Foundation is a major donor to many conservative organizations, including a history for funding groups that advance Islamophobia. The Foundation is part of the U.S. Islamophobia Network’s outer core.

Stop Islamization of Nations

SION works internationally to promote Islamophobia, using speakers from diverse racial, religious, and ethnic backgrounds to create an illusion of tolerance. SION is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.

Straight Way of Grace Ministry

According to the group’s website, “The goal of The Straight Way of Grace Ministry is two fold. The first is to expose Islam for what it is, and yes it is worse than a cancer, and this can be shown clearly in the reading of the Qur’an and the Hadith.” Founder Usama Dakdok believes, “The day will come and Muslim in America will have the upper hand, and they will kill your children for not eating what is liked. For not eating the lawful foods.” The Straight Way of Grace Ministry is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

Understanding the Threat

Understanding the Threat is a consultation and training group founded by former FBI agent John Guandolo. Guandolo claims that CIA Director Brennan is a secret Muslim agent for a foreign power. In his training materials, Guandolo refers to America’s mosques and Islamic centers as “barracks” and falsely claims “it is a permanent command in Islam for Muslims to hate and despise Jews and Christians.” Understanding the Threat is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

United West

The United West’s stated goal is to unite Western countries against Islam. The organization’s goals are unabashedly, openly anti-Muslim. The United West is in the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

Virginia Anti-Shariah Taskforce (Va.)

The Virginia Anti Sharia Taskforce is a Virginia-based group run by James Lafferty. In a February 2012, Lafferty expressed pride in “…pictures of some mosque somewhere, and it was usually in the South I’m proud to say where a guy would drive a pickup truck right into the mosque…” The Virginia Anti Sharia Taskforce is part of the inner core of the U.S. Islamophobia network.

Washington Times

The Washington Times is a conservative newspaper circulated in the D.C. Metro area. Their columnists have continually propagated anti-Muslim sentiments, and the organization is part of the outer core of the U.S. Islamophobia Network.