There is overwhelming evidence that the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) is linked to HAMAS, the “Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood” as described in their charter.
The most compelling evidence that CAIR is HAMAS comes from the 2007 trial of the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development. As stated in this 2013 executive summary from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of the Inspector General Evaluation and Inspections Division:
The evidence at trial linked CAIR leaders to Hamas, a specially designated terrorist organization, and CAIR was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the case.
The Center for Security Policy delves into the evidence from the trial here. From their introduction:
The government’s theory of the case, successfully proven at trial, was that the Holy Land Foundation was established as a front group of the Palestine Committee—a covert organization of the U.S. branch of the Muslim Brotherhood—and that its purpose in this conspiracy was to provide funds for the Palestinian terrorist organization, Hamas.
To hammer home this point, please watch this short clip from Trevor Loudon’s 2015 film, The Enemies Within (used with permission):
As reported at Canary Mission:
“A number of former CAIR employees have been convicted on fraud and terrorism-related charges that have resulted in monetary fines, jail terms and, in some cases, deportation. CAIR has received — yet has made efforts to conceal — significant Saudi funding.”
Robert Spencer’s Jihad Watch published a revealing exchange (Posted from “CAIR leader refuses to denounce Hamas, Muslim Brotherhood,” by Leo Hohmann, WND, November 20, 2017) from Minnesota Executive Director Jaylani Hussein, who refused to condemn Hamas when directly asked the question in a public forum:
In a rambling response that quickly morphed into a stern lecture before ending with a hostile rebuke, Hussein refused to condemn either Hamas or the Brotherhood.
Here is an excerpt of his response, captured on audio tape:
CAIR is the largest civil rights and civil liberties organization. We have 35 chapters across the United States. We’re an American organization. We are a grassroots organization, supported and funded by people locally, made up of people who look like you and look like me. I understand that my organization comes under threat and know why we come under attack. It’s not because of our silence. It’s because we carry a big stick, we remind people of the Constitution. We remind people that American Muslims are exactly like everyone else. And we’re not gonna allow anyone to threaten us, or create the fact that Muslims have to hide, and so we are an organization just like any other organization. We get audited. We get reviewed, we are a state-accredited organization and so if you think we are a terrorist organization then call the FBI and let them know, and let them investigate.
Hussein accused the woman of using the “talking points” of well-funded “anti-Muslim organizations” that spread “lies” about Muslims across the U.S.
Another woman interjected with the same question for Hussein.
“Do you renounce Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood?” she can be heard saying on the audio recording.
“I am a civil rights organization in the state of Minnesota,” Hussein continued.
“That means no. … So you do support Hamas?” she asked again.
“The questions you are asking me, you didn’t come up with them. You downloaded them from somewhere,” Hussein said.
“So what? I can see the trial [documents] right here. I’ve got it right here,” she said.
“That’s good for you,” said a now totally irritated Hussein. “Why don’t you turn those [documents] over to the authorities and let them actually do the work?”
“They already have them,” the woman answered.
“And they’re not going to do anything,” said Hussein.
“Obama would not let it proceed. He would not let it go forward,” she said.
“Thank you very much,” Hussein said, ending the interchange without ever answering the question of whether CAIR supports or condemns Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood….
One would think that CAIR representatives would be able to quickly and powerfully condemn an officially-designated terror organization.
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