December 26, 2014

Consorting With The Enemy

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Muslim American Society (MAS) are two Islamist organizations operating in the US.

CAIR is a front group for Hamas (Hamas is the Gaza branch of the Muslim Brotherhood). And MAS is also an American-based Muslim Brotherhood (MB) front group.

We've been writing and warning about these organizations for YEARS (e.g., herehere, here, here, here, and here), but the US government has turned a blind eye.

In 2013, Egyptians kicked the MB out of their country, banning it as a terrorist organization. Other Arab countries followed suit, and the UAE even added CAIR and MAS to its terrorist list.

The Obama administration, however, not content with burying its head in the sand, has decided to actively try and get these organizations off the UAE’s terrorist list (see below).

As Friedrich Hegel once said: "The only thing we learn from history is that we learn nothing from history."

The Daily Caller  | December 25, 2014

Obama Admin Spends Christmas Trying To Get Islamist Groups Off Terror List [Video]

By Patrick Howley

The Obama administration spent Christmas week trying to get two Islamist organizations off a foreign country’s terror list.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations and the Muslim American Society are both listed as Islamist organizations by the Islamist Money In Politics database, which tracks copious political spending by figures linked to the groups. The Muslim American Society was founded as an American-based Muslim Brotherhood front group.

CAIR and MAS representatives met with “senior U.S. government officials” just days before Christmas to discuss the groups’ inclusion on the United Arab Emirates’ official list of terrorist organizations.

“The two American Muslim organizations and the U.S. government pledged to work together to achieve a positive solution to the UAE designations,” the groups said in a joint statement.

The Obama administration’s State Department recently “affirmed that department officials meet regularly with representatives of CAIR and MAS,” according to the groups.

Original article here.


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