Skip to comments.Handbook I smuggled out of an Islamic convention
Posted on 09/19/2005 4:39:11 PM PDT by JesseP
This past weekend I did some personal undercover work at a local CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) fundraiser. I made off with a pocket handbook containing some deeply disturbing instructions to their members. I would like everyone to read it. It will only be available at this link until the end of the week so I suggest downloading it and distributing it to all who are concerned:
United American Committee
keep in mind this is the leading Islamic organization in America
Loyalty oaths followed by helicopter-sand dune- drop deportation.
Why not provide us with an excerpt?
Okay, I'm game... what is "deeply disturbing"?
Outstanding detective work. CAIR is pure evil with glossy PR and $5000 silk suit spokemen.
I can't say that I find your first link particularly sinister. What should we do with that info, in your opinion?
I'm interested in what they are saying but I can not read your link.
OK, I read it. What do you consider the "deeply disturbing" parts?
It's kinda hard to read, isn't it?
someone with computer skills will have to fix this GIF for the rest of us.
No kidding. I don't see anything notably subversive about that pamphlet, either.
Is there something in the micro-text offensive?
Your Rights as an Employee
Your Rights as a Student
What to do if the FBI contacts you
Your rights on an airline
Each of these are advice pertant to everyone. "Register and Vote" was one of the few items under "Get Involved Locally". This is advice that is good for everyone, Christian, Buddhist, Wiccan and yes, Islamic too.
If you click on the text it should become magnified.
Gee, it sounds just like the advice I give 2nd Amendment activists.
The first link is unreadable and the second just talks about your organization....
I am interested in the subject though.
It says things on the order of "You do not have to talk to the FBI. You have no obligation to talk to the FBI, even if you are not a citizen. Never meet with them or answer any questions"
Maybe my monitor is just better than all of yours ;) but it reads perfectly fine here
"Gee, it sounds just like the advice I give 2nd Amendment activists."
And it pretty much looks like advice I've seen given to pro-life protesters. I remember the same kinda things coming from my local Moral Majority chapter as well back in the 80's.
Well I happen to find "Put together a Ramadan or Hajj display at a local school or library." offensive, the ACLU would back that but not if a Christian tried something similar
Yeah, that goes for any American citizen of any religion, too.
Point # 1. Our goal is the unity of all Americans, against the threats of Islamic extremism which face our nation and a goal of ensuring a secure future of America. We will accomplish our goals set forth through the following actions: Educate our society on the natures of our enemies. Inform the American people on issues which must be resolved. Influence and encourage the actions of the President and Congress to accomplish our goals.
Point # 2. Our goal is that freedom for all religious faiths continues, insofar as they do not endanger the American people, or the existence of democracy.
Point # 6. Our nation's security shall come first and foremost. The United American Committee is dedicated to protecting the American people, and allowing them to live safe and comfortable lives, without the threats of Islamic extremism and terrorist activities. We feel a key to accomplishing this is by maintaining a secure border. Our goal is an increase in border security along both our northern and southern borders, as well as an increase in funding to Coast Guard and Immigration agencies so that they may work efficiently and that the American people may live in safety.
Point # 8. Our goal is for America to cease dependency on imported oil from countries tied to Islamic extremism..."
There's an excerpt from link #2, sounds ok to me.......
Okay, magnified and read.
Other than the fact that these folks will (Should) have problems with church and state issues trying to place their books and religious symbols in public schools, I am not seeing a problem here....what am I missing?
Bump for truth!
Thanks for posting. ALways good to info. on CAIR.
all together now, This land is your land this land is my land from the......innocent
"Well I happen to find "Put together a Ramadan or Hajj display at a local school or library." offensive, the ACLU would back that but not if a Christian tried something similar"
Jesse's upset at a Ramadan display, because no Christian display is allowed.
And that's Jesse finds it "distrubing"???? No mention of suicide bombings, or calling for the establishment of an Islamic state, or anything like that?
Jesse, you gotta get out more!
and they would be correct ... like it or not, they are no more obligated to talk to the FBI without appropriate due process and legal protection than any other indnvidual or group in this country.
My favorite sections are of course techniques for disrupting air traffic security and sabotaging FBI investigations.
indeed, I love the noncooperation issues, so if they hear of something terrorible that a fellow Muslim is plotting what then?
Okay, haven't read it all yet. But for those wondering what's so disturbing about it, I have found two things already that might disturb some folks: First, putting together a Hajj display for a school or library (what happened to separation of church and state). Second, writing letters to the editor under false pretenses; namely, pretending that you represent a large organization, when you do not. And that's just for starters. Haven't got to the throat slitting yet. :-)
I find far more disturbing than just that, it teaches them to never cooperate in efforts to root out terrorism, complete noncooperation with law enforcement
I believe you are reaching here.
Fine American tradition.
Probably in the Arabic version or Urdu version of the pamphlet. ;-)
"I find far more disturbing than just that, it teaches them to never cooperate in efforts to root out terrorism, complete noncooperation with law enforcement"
So all those pinko commie sand flea arab muslims are just covering for the next "big one" when they invoke their 5th Amendment rights?
I mean, you have nothing to hide, right? You'd like to talk to the FBI for a few days about your friends and relatives, and search your house from crawl space to attic? If you object then you certainly are hiding something reallly big, right?
Strangely, I'm betting you're the kind of person who objects to people knowing your Social Security number.
All I see is basic rights info that could apply to ANY body/group. Whats disturbing?
I read it and I can't say I saw anything really that bad. Compared to other things CAIR has done I find this relatively benign.
ping for later
Actually, I think the intention of that "letter to the editor" section was to encourage actually forming an organization to deal with an issue, not just making up the name of one and pretending to be its spokesperson. That's what I read from it, anyway.
These are the sort of instructions that every Freeper should read and emulate. There is nothing even remotely sinister about that document.
I can't find even one disturbing thing in this pamphlet. It is encouraging law-abiding behavior. I'm sure that it was not necessary to "smuggle" it out of the meeting.
You forgot to say that they are encouraged not to speak to the FBI without an attorney present. How is that disturbing?
My thoughts exactly, I failed to see any information in there that I wouldn't recommend to any citizen of any religion.
I don't get it either. it seems just fine to me.
You make no sense. Please translate.
Remember how them minions of Mad Mo (piss be upon his head) like to say one thing to the world in english, and then turn around and tell their people something completely different in arabic, farsi, or whatever...
Now if you had found an arabic pamplet that we could have translated.....