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Posted on 08/15/2011 12:00:21 PM PDT by americanophile
The FBI severed ties with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) several years ago, citing connections to terrorist groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood. The Los Angeles Sheriff's Department is charting a decidedly different courseembracing and commending CAIRand several Christian leaders in southern California are blowing the whistle.
L.A. County Sheriff Leroy Baca praised CAIR during a video message sent to the organization, thanking its members for their friendship and commending them for their exceptional representation of the Muslim community in America. The Los Angeles Police Department followed suit during an event at the Islamic Center of Southern California in May when Deputy Chief Michael Downing told a reporter that Americans shouldn't "demonize" the Muslim Brotherhood since the group has evolved and changed since its inception.
The FBI, however, has refused to work directly with CAIR's national office in Washington or any of its 30-plus local chapters across the nation since the group was named an "unindicted co-conspirator" in the Holy Land Foundation trial in 2007. During testimony on Capitol Hill in March, FBI Director Robert Mueller explained that the agency has "no formal relationship with CAIR because of concerns with the national leadership."
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The Los Angeles Sheriff's Department is... embracing and commending CAIR -- and several Christian leaders in southern California are blowing the whistle.
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Baca call by the muezzin.
I was pretty upset last night when I watched a Fox News Bill Hemmer special on honor killings. Hemmer had on a CAIR representative as if he were a moderate expert.
Hemmer said nothing about CAIR’s being a terror front.
Is Baca a muslim?
Caca, er, I mean Baca, is also a gun grabber.
CAIR is a terrorist front. It was founded by Hamas/Hezbollah guys and Michael Savage’s suit against CAIR exposed the fact that the money it raised on its website after 9/11 went to the Holy Land Foundation. it should be prosecuted for supporting terrorism.
No, Baca only believes in Baca.
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