Defense of the Constitution
020/05 June 5, 2005
CAIR: Finally Shut Out
by United States
On June 1, 2005, the US State Department announced
the appointment of several Americans
to a team representing America
at a conference to meet in Spain. The conference, being held in
Cordoba, will meet June 8-9 to discuss ways to combat religious
has checked the background of each of the attendees representing the
United States. We are highly gratified to note that not one
official of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) was
appointed to the panel.
However, one name did stand out: Kamal Nawash,
President of the Free Muslim Coalition (FMC) against Terrorism.
At a rally held 14 May in Washington D.C., Nawash introduced Imam
Khaleel Mohammed, Phd., who had this to say
about CAIR: (video)
“…these organizations stand up and preach
to the press how opposed they are to terrorism - and since, unlike
I do not have the necessity to be
politically correct I can mention bloody names, and I can call names-
and I call names like CAIR - and MAS -
They stand up and preach hypocrisy...”
So, by inviting the comments of Mohammed,
Nawash has clearly established his anti-CAIR credentials.
Has the US Government adopted a new attitude
toward CAIR? Is the new “litmus test” for the appointment of
Muslims to sensitive positions to be that they are not part of CAIR?
Our position is that the US Government should
never consider CAIR representatives for assignment or inclusion in any
forum, panel, or group where they have the opportunity to speak on
behalf of our great nation.
terrorism supporters, like CAIR, should never have a government
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