Extremist Imam Keynotes 'Civil Rights' Fundraiser

Of all 50 states, Ohio has been one of the national hotspots for Islamist terrorism since 9/11. In 2016, Ohio State University was the site of an ISIS-inspired terror attack, and in January, investigators arrested a Muslim convert who was planning a synagogue shooting in Toledo. The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) presents itself as a Muslim civil liberties organization and has been careful to condemn domestic terror incidents like these. The Ohio branches of CAIR (“Protecting Civil Rights. Fighting Bigotry. Promoting Tolerance.”) have dutifully followed CAIR-National’s example, working hard to sanitize their image. But CAIR-Columbus’s choice of speakers at its annual fundraiser this past Saturday, February 2, shows that CAIR-Ohio is no more serious about fighting bigotry and promoting tolerance than the national branch -- which has been identified by an FBI agent testified in federal court as a front for the terrorist group Hamas. Keynoting...(Read Full Article)
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