The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation’s largest Islamic supremacist organization, called on the Republic Party to disinvite Dutch Member of Parliament Geert Wilders from its national convention in Cleveland.
Wilders noted last night on Twitter that he had arrived to attend the convention at the invitation of Sen. Bill Ketron (R-Murfreesboro).
Wilders has said that the Quran is worse than Adolf Hitler’s autobiography, Mein Kampf.
Geert Wilders speaks about Islamic ideology, multiculturalism, Muslims. political correctness, immigration and Muslim assimilation into Western society and culture:
According to Discover the Networks:
CAIR has strong ties to the terrorist group Hamas:
- “[CAIR] was formed not by Muslim religious leaders throughout the country, but as an offshoot of the Islamic Association of Palestine (IAP). Incorporated in Texas, the IAP has close ties to Hamas and has trumpeted its support for terrorist activities.” Former chief of the FBI’s counter terrorism section, Oliver Revell, called the IAP “a front organization for Hamas that engages in propaganda for Islamic militants.”
- CAIR’s head, Nihad Awad asserted at a 1994 meeting at Barry University, “I am a supporter of the Hamas movement.”
- Former FBI counter terrorism chief, Steven Pomerantz, stated publicly that, “CAIR, its leaders and its activities effectively give aid to international terrorist groups.”
CAIR promotes extremist views and a radical Islamic vision: At a speech in Fremont, California, Omar M. Ahmad of CAIR proclaimed that, “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant. The Koran…should be the highest authority in America, and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth.”
CAIR recently demanded that Donald Trump “stop the bigotry” after he falsely claimed on Fox News that assimilation of American Muslims is “pretty close” to nonexistent and that a “percentage” of American Muslims “want to do what this maniac did in Orlando.” Trump also repeated his call for surveillance of American mosques.
CAIR is reluctant to condemn terrorists and terrorism:
- In October 1998, the group demanded the removal of a Los Angeles billboard describing Osama bin Laden as “the sworn enemy,” finding this depiction “offensive to Muslims.”
- In 1998, CAIR denied bin Laden’s responsibility for the two Al Queda African embassy bombings. According to CAIR spokesman Ibrahim Hooper, the bombings resulted from a “misunderstandings of both sides.”
CAIR supports organizations that fund terrorism:
- When President Bush closed the Holy Land Foundation in December 2001 for collecting money that intelligence found was “used to support the Hamas terror organization,” CAIR decried his action as “unjust” and “disturbing.
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