Muslims in Miami Scream: ‘We Are Hamas’

Muslims in Miami Scream: ‘We Are Hamas’

For all the Baby Boomers out in media land, could there be a jingle more annoying than Wendy’s, octogenarian with her nails-scratching-on-the-chalkboard, “WHERE’S THE BEEF?” Well, lately if you have been anywhere near a street corner in a major city or close to an electronic device that emits  sounds, then undoubtedly you have heard the battle jingle of the “Arab Street” along with their pseudo-Marxist trust fund baby comrades, together spewing, “From-the-River-to-the-Sea, Palestine-will-be-Free.” Though this little ditty has a melodic tone and maybe a good hip-hop rapper can make it jump, the curious among you may want to ask, “Hey, what does that river-to-the-sea business actually mean?”
That question can be answered quite eloquently by way of a detailed historical analysis going back to the Founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, Hassan Al-Banna where in his writings, he desires to mobilize Muslims to recapture of glorious supremacy of the “Arabian Nights” crushing the infidel and raising a  scimitar in victorious praise of Allah the majestic! Or our little Arab Street jingle can be fully understood by just adding one word – JEW. You see, Al-Banna realized that the only way Palestine could be free was if that freedom went from the river, the Jordan River on the eastern border of Israel to the sea,  the Mediterranean Sea, on the western border of Israel. Again it is at this point that the mildly curious  asks, “Free from what?” What must Israel be free of that is so important to the Founder of the Muslim  Brotherhood in the 1920’s and to the Armani Jihadis on the street corners today? What freedom do  these followers of the Religion of Peace want when they all chant in unison, “From-the-River-to-the-Sea, Palestine-will-be-Free” becoming increasingly louder and more violent at the mere appearance of a Star  of David on a child’s yarmulke? For the answer to this perplexing question let’s look at that one word again – JEW. If you take that word – JEW – and place it in our cute Arab rhyme then the code is broken, the puzzle solved and genocide is served on a historic platter. Here, take a look at this revised version and you will have eyes that see the obliteration of Israel and the Jew.: “From-the-River-to-the-Sea, Palestine-will-be-JEW-Free.”

Ask the true followers of Mohamed and they will tell you, “yeah, yeah, yeah, maybe is some other lifetime Israel was the homeland of the Jews but since the conquest of Mohamedism in the Holy Land, that formerly Jewish real estate has now become Waqf, the Arabic concept of “sacred space.” Or to state it a bit more colloquially, “From-the-River-to-the-Sea, Palestine-will-be-JEW-Free.”

As Israel is in a battle for its very existence watch our special presentation and understand that the HAMAS members on the street corner in Miami are the same exact people that the IDF are fighting in the tunnels of Gaza. In a very real sense the disposition of the war in Gaza will have a profound effect on the wannabe jihadis in Miami. If HAMAS is victorious in Gaza, which means anything less than their total military destruction, then our home-grown Miami HAMAS will pen a new iteration of an this old jingle and it will go something like this:

“From-the-Miami-River-to-the-Atlantic-Sea, Miami-will-finally-be-JEW-Free.”

Tom Trento, for The United West


Watch: ‘Jews, Back in the Ovens,’ ‘Nuke, Nuke Israel’ (Religion of Peace?)

Watch: ‘Jews, Back in the Ovens,’ ‘Nuke, Nuke Israel’ (Religion of Peace?)

“JEWS, GET BACK IN THE OVENS!” from TheUnitedWest on Vimeo.

Operation Protective Edge: On today’s show, Jew-haters assemble all around the world to preach their “religion of love,” and sing, “from the river to the sea,” as a marching song to destroy Israel.
We look back at past Jew-hatred and hear loving chants like, “Jews go back in the ovens.” Barry Shaw runs into a bomb shelter in Netanya. Dr. Martin Sherman explains why the Israeli military policy is illogical and irresponsible. Tom Trento has some words of advice for Prime Minister Netanyahu.
The United West and Center for Security Policy present “Operation Protective Edge – An Inside Look: Destroy HAMAS.”
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France Riots Call on Arabs to Finish off What Hitler Couldn’t

Ruffly Translated from JSSNews by Elder of Zion:

I’m in Paris. I’ve seen these videos where they shout “Death to the Jews” in the streets of Paris. But the truth is that with a video, we are still not that aware of this reality. So when I, completely by chance, ended up at Republic Square in the middle of the afternoon, and I saw this pro-Palestinian rally, …. But I wanted to see it more closely. I do not have the peace of mind enough to write about it as it happened. It’s too hot.
But then:
- Death to the Jews
- Death to Ashkenazi!
- Hitler was right
- Hamas Resistance!
- Jihad! Jihad! Jihad!
- Palestine must finish the job (started by Hitler)

At the microphone, to approach the Place de la Bastille, (yes, the microphone also) they shouted “Death to the Jews!”

Holder: Terrorist Bomb Partnership Gives US ‘Extreme, Extreme Concern’

Holder: Terrorist Bomb Partnership Gives US ‘Extreme, Extreme Concern’
By Greg Richter

New intelligence reports indicate that Yemeni bomb-makers are joining terrorists in Syria to build new types of virtually undetectable bombs, says Attorney General Eric Holder.

Appearing Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Holder called the prospect “more frightening than anything I think I’ve seen as attorney general … This is a situation that we can see developing. And the potential that I see coming out, the negative potential I see coming out of the facts in Syria and Iraq now are quite concerning.”

The Yemen-based bomb-builders, including Saudi native Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri, were behind the underwear-bomb plot in 2009 and have traveled to Syria to meet with members of the Islamic State (ISIS), the group that has declared a caliphate in parts of Syria and Iraq.

“It’s something that gives us really extreme, extreme concern,” Holder said in the pre-recorded interview in London, where he was attending meetings with European officials on security.

The Transportation Security Administration announced last Sunday that certain overseas airports would begin requiring passengers on some U.S.-bound flights to turn on cell phones and other electronic devices before they would be allowed onboard. Holder indicated that rule was based on the information received about the Yemini bomb-makers and the Islamic State.

“This is not a test,” Holder said. “We’re doing something in reaction to things that we have detected.”

About 7,000 people with American or European passports have joined the fighting on behalf of the Islamic State, and officials fear they may attempt to return and carry out acts of terrorism in the West.

Anti-Israel protest in San Francisco

Anti-Israel protest in San Francisco

We have been seeing an increase in violence against pro-Israel demos across Europe. Violent Muslims and their leftwing lapdogs have been physically attacking peaceful pro-Israel vigils across Europe  and beyond.

And now America.

On July 7 in San Francisco, Muslims attacked Jews at a pro-Israel demo. 300 anti-Israel protesters surround and threaten 30 peaceful, pro-Israel demonstrators in San Francisco. They call for another intifada, and the destruction of the Jewish State. Here is one account from Atlas reader Robin:

Today San Francisco police allowed the Muslims to attack the Jews at the demonstration. Sf Police were told to keep the two groups separated but did not. I had to call 911 to get more police there and stop them from allowing the Muslims from attack the Jews.  And to move the Muslims back to the other side of the street.

Police were informed that they had to keep both groups separate the night before. There were no barriers there at the beginning they only arrived after I called. An officer also said he called about the same time. Before that many of us were pushed and shoved by the Muslims. One person was kicked and hit…..

When she  called the police department last night to complain and to possible file charges against them, one police officer responded to her by saying, “How can I see the difference between the Arabs and the Jews”.

One law enforcement can’t distinguish between the savages and the civilized men, society is finished.

The footage was captured by Sam Levine, Executive Director of Zionist Organization of America West, who noted that the protestors were simply calling for terrorism:

The protesters chanted, “from the river to the sea, Palestine will be free,” which calls for the complete destruction of the Jewish State. They also called for another intifada, which means they wish to see massive terrorist attacks perpetrated against innocent Israeli civilians. I have no doubt these lunatics would have assaulted us if it wasn’t for the large police presence and barricades that were eventually placed between us. There is no compromise with people like this.

One of the pro-Israel demonstrators asked a police officer, “Officer, these guys are openly threatening us. You’re not going to say anything about it?”

The young woman leading the demonstration led the crowd in screaming, “Free, free Palestine,” “Long live Palestine,” and “Long live the intifada,” referring to the prior waves of Arab violence that occurred in 1987-1990 and 2000-2005.

The 1987 intifada was supposedly triggered by a car accident in Gaza in which four Palestinian laborers were killed in a collision with an Israeli truck. In the Palestinian community, rumors started that the deaths were intentional and in revenge for the stabbing of Shlomo Sakal two days earlier in Gaza’s central market.

The second intifada was supposedly triggered by opposition leader Ariel Sharon’s visit to the Temple Mount, where the ancient Jewish Temple stood, and soon turned into a series of horrific suicide bombings against Israel. There has been evidence released since then that Yasser Arafat had planned the third intifada before Sharon’s visit, however.

U.S. aid ‘spawning new breed of jihadists’


U.S. aid ‘spawning new breed of jihadists’

Americans, others joining Saudi-backed terrorists in Syria

BEIRUT, Lebanon – Concern is mounting that increased aid the Obama administration has promised so-called “moderate” Syrian rebel forces, who largely have been taken over by Muslim militant fighters, not only could go to the extreme al-Qaida-authorized Jabhat al-Nusra but also the renegade al-Qaida group, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham (Syria), which is wreaking havoc in Iraq, informed sources here tell WND.

The assistance given to date hasn’t done much for “moderates” on the battlefield in Syria, who have been outnumbered by the al-Qaida-linked groups.

In addition, increasing numbers of European jihadists have gone to Syria to join al-Nusra and ISIS, which here is also known as DAASH – Dulat-al-Islamfi al-Iraq wal-Sham.

According to regional experts, ISIS is heavily financed by Saudi money. One source said that the Saudis recently allocated some $300 million from oil funds to reconstruct the civil infrastructure of the Syrian city of Aleppo, using ISIS as the prime contractor.

In addition to more than 2,000 Europeans, Central Europeans and North Africans, there are an increasing number of Americans who are joining the two groups in Syria, where training camps have been set up for them.

“The U.S.’s weak attempts to vet, arm and train purportedly moderate fighting groups have merely fueled an ongoing conflict that shows no signs of abating and is producing a new generation of well-connected foreign fighters who leave the Syrian killing fields to extend the Islamist fight into new battle zones,” according to regional analyst Lisa Lundquist of Long War Journal.

“The result of the continued stalemate between the Assad regime and the rebels is the spawning of a new breed of jihadist cells carrying out a widening array of terrorist activity outside Syria,” she said.

This has prompted a senior U.S. administration official to say that ISIS, especially, is “really a transnational threat network” that poses “an increasing threat to our regional partners and it’s an increasing threat to us.”

Long War Journal, for example, reports some of the Americans are leaving al-Nusra to join up with ISIS, which is considered to be the more brutal and ruthless of the two in terms of head chopping and imposing strict Islamic law on residents.

It has identified one such American as Abu Muhammad al-Amriki, who is seen in the photo raising his right index finger.

The purported American, whose real name is unknown, was identified on a Twitter page of a local ISIS commander, known as Abu Abdurahman al-Iraqi.

ISIS has been operating in the region of the Syrian province of Aleppo, where the photo was taken.

ISIS, the renegade al-Qaida splinter group led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, also known as Abu Dua, has just swept into western Iraq, capturing Iraq’s second largest city, Mosul, and Tikrit, where the ousted Iraqi President Saddam Hussein was born.

The Sunni ISIS fighters are targeting all government troops and Shia and Christian civilians, and its fighters have attacked Samarra and taken over Iraq’s largest university at Ramadi, capturing some 17,000 students.

While Samarra is mostly Sunni, it contains the golden-domed al-Askari shrine, which is considered to be sacred to the Shia. Its destruction in 2006 by al-Qaida fighters resulted in pitched battles between Shia and Sunni.

Observers say that if it is destroyed again, a similar massacre between Shia and Sunnis could recur.

All of this is happening just three years after the United States left Iraq, with ISIS now firmly planted in various cities such as Fallujah, where U.S. Marines in 2004 fought pitched battles with al-Qaida Iraqi insurgents.

Earlier this year, ISIS broke from al-Qaida central in Pakistan after al-Baghdadi rejected demands from al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri not to incorporate al-Nusra into ISIS. The rejection prompted Zawahiri to openly repudiate ISIS as being an al-Qaida affiliate.

Originally known as the Islamic State of Iraq, ISIS in a year and a half has created, in effect, an Islamic caliphate that stretches from eastern Syria and into the Sunni western provinces of Iraq. It is a feat that al-Qaida central has never been able to accomplish since its formal creation in 1998.

In effect, the new Islamic state ISIS governs is a nation-size tract of land stretching from the eastern edge of Aleppo to Fallujah in western Iraq and now further north to the city of Mosul.

Within that caliphate, ISIS not only has set up social and medical services for loyal Sunnis but has brought the stretch of land under strict Islamic law, prompting some 500,000 Iraqis to flee the area with their families in recent days.

As a brutal entity, ISIS enforces the areas it controls with beheadings and amputations, which is causing increasing resentment, even among the Sunni residents.

In addition to battling with al-Nusra, ISIS appears less intent on overthrowing the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who was just re-elected to a new seven-year term.

Instead, it appears to be more focused on establishing the Islamic caliphate.

In its latest attack on Mosul, ISIS not only seized military equipment, including helicopters from military and police bases it overran, but took possession of almost $500 million from Mosul’s banks. The seizure of cash makes it the richest Islamic militant group by far, including the money it raises from selling oil from the reserves it has overrun.

Given ISIS’ blitzkrieg-like seizure of vast amounts of real estate in a relatively short time, the concern now is that its fighters could spread into Jordan and Turkey.

Ben Carson sounds alarm on growing terror nukes


Ben Carson sounds alarm on growing terror nukes

‘Lord help us, is all I can say’

Editor’s Note: This is the third of a three-part series that began with “Ben Carson uncorks on what’s wrong with America.” The second installment was “Rescuing America’s health care from Obama.”

Dr. Ben Carson is sounding and acting a lot these days like a man primed for a run at the presidency.

He travels the country, hitting several states every week, speaking to crowds of adoring fans and promoting his new book, “One Nation: What We Can All Do to Save America’s Future.”

But when WND founder Joseph Farah asked the former brain surgeon point blank about his personal future, Carson said he would wait until after the November mid-term elections to make that decision.

Despite his reticence on that issue, he did not avoid even the stickiest foreign policy questions about Iraq, Benghazi and the possibility of terrorists entering the wide-open southern border.

He said the 2012 terror attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, displayed a “complete lack of understanding of security,” on the part of the administration of President Barack Obama.

But the worst part about Benghazi, he said, was the message the administration sent to future military commanders on the ground.

“The Navy SEALs that rushed over there, tried to save lives – and they did save lives – they were up on top of that compound with their machine guns. What would they have thought if they knew our leaders were saying ‘nah, that’s too dangerous, it’s OK, never mind’?” Carson asked.

“What message does that send to our military from this point forward? It says, are you willing to take a risk? ‘Well, if I get in a mess, maybe they won’t come for me.’ That’s really going to hurt us. The morale in our military right now is at a very low ebb. I have this from many sources. I think that’s the worst thing about it, right there.”

Carson was no less critical of Obama’s response to the situation in Iraq, where the terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, or ISIS, has been allowed to gobble up huge swaths of territory and threaten the borders of Jordan.

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Farah said it “looks like the expansion of the 8th century, which was one of the fastest expansions in the history of the world.” He asked Carson, “What’s going on there, and what can we do about it at this point?”

“Our foreign policy is nonexistent, or terribly chaotic,” Carson responded. “It began to really hit me back in 2009 when the Iranian people were in the streets trying to overthrow the government and we did nothing to help them. That could have changed the entire complexion of the Middle East, drastically, in our favor and in the favor of the people there, but we did nothing. That told me right there, that we had no concept of what we were doing. But, the reason everything catches us by surprise is because we don’t have a policy, we just react to what’s going on.”

Carson accused the Obama administration of “blowing the peace” that had been established in Iraq and advocated a more proactive foreign policy in the Middle East. He said the U.S. government had intelligence several months ago that could have wiped out ISIS but failed to act on that intelligence.

“That’s water under the bridge, we can’t do anything about it now. Now we’re in this horrendous situation,” he said. “We have to understand what the danger of the ISIS is. What do they want to do? They’ve already declared that they want to come to America. They want to make 9/11 look like a walk in the park. If they are able to establish a whole new state, in which they have control, in which they have the potential to develop nuclear weapons, obviously we’re not doing anything about Iran developing their nuclear weapons … Lord help us, is all I can say.”

He warned against “taking a bystander approach at this stage of the game,” saying groups like ISIS “want to destroy us. They want to destroy Israel.”


“And we need to be very proactive about that. We had opportunities in the last several months to destroy this embryo as it was happening. We had intelligence to tell us that it was happening. Did we do anything? Eh … Nah. And, we’re not going to do anything, probably, that’s reasonable, with the current administration.”

Carson said he’s hoping the damage doesn’t turn out to be irreversible.

“I’m just hoping that things can last long enough that we get people who actually understand world history, understand world events, understand how to use our tremendous innovation, understand how we need to bring our factions in this country together to use our collective intellect, because we have serious problems going on out there,” he said.

On energy independence

He said America’s vast natural resources should be developed to maximum potential, which is also key to a smart foreign policy.

“We are rich with natural resources in this country and we should be using the EPA not to suppress the development of those, but to work with academia and industry, to find the safest and cleanest, most effect ways to use those, while we’re still preserving our environment,” he said.

“The two things are not mutually exclusive by any stretch of the imagination. And using those natural resources in the whole geo-political chess game, we can make Europe dependent on us for energy, not Russia. Put Putin back in his little box and lock the doors. We need to be thinking along those lines, globally. We need to know how to infiltrate, we need to have people in every society, blending in, feeding us information, and we need to know how to use those resources effectively to do things.”

Carson said the porous southern border has become a political issue when it should be a matter of national security.


“This is a problem. It’s a huge problem. And we’ve allowed it to become a political football, instead of solving it. Could we seal the border? Of course. We have all kinds of technology, including drones,” he said.

Carson said there is “no question” that some foreign workers are needed in America to do jobs that Americans don’t want to do, such as in agriculture.

“We need people that are willing to do that work, but they need to be legal, and what I have proposed is legislation allowing them to be guest workers, like in Canada, but they have to register from outside the country. They have to leave,” he said. “And the jobs that they are offered have to be jobs that Americans will not do.”

Carson said he would also “remove all the inducements” to illegal immigration, such as free health care and free education.

“As long as you’ve got all the candy, if I were down there I’d come, too,” he said. “People will find their way back out of the country if those inducements are not there. I think you have to hold employers accountable. I think after the second infraction it should be considered a criminal offense, and if we did that, this problem would be solved.”

Bowe Bergdahl

Carson said Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s release in exchange for five top Taliban commanders needs to be looked at from two distinct perspectives.

“I was actually in Hailey, Idaho, where he’s from (several) days ago so there was a lot of conversation going on about it. But to me, the whole Bergdahl situation is two different conversations,” he said. “Should we be trying to get our people back? Of course we should try to get our people back. To me that’s a separate issue from should we be releasing, you know, dangerous terrorists, particularly at this point in time when there is an intense war going on. It defies any kind of logic and any kind of common sense.”

On running for president

Carson played coy on whether he was planning to launch a campaign for president or any other elected office, saying he had imagined other, less stressful things for his retirement.

He was going to learn to play the organ, learn to speak new languages and improve his golf game.

“Obviously my life has gone in a bit of a different direction. And I don’t know what my role will be going forward,” he said. “I don’t particularly want to go into the public arena, considering how stressful it is. But at the same time, even less do I want our country to continue to deteriorate. If there is a role for me that will keep our country from deteriorating, and the people of the nation really have a strong desire, I would subjugate my own desires.”


He said a lot depends on what happens in November. He’ll be watching closely to try to pick up clues to what American voters are thinking.

“People will have opportunity to make a very public statement: Do they want to continue down the road of big government, nanny state? Or, do they want to return to a country for, of and by the people, a country where personal responsibility is important, where the Constitution is put on the top shelf and we don’t try to dismantle it, to a place where we treat everybody equally, to a country where we know that the way to expand business and to reactivate the most powerful economic engine in the history of the world is to take the heavy foot of government off the neck of business and industry and to reform the tax code to where you incentivize rather than dis-incentivize people, a country where we provide people with a ladder to move up, rather than pat them on the head and keep them in a dependent position … and a whole host of other things, this November,” Carson said. “If the indication is the latter, that would certainly make me think more seriously about getting into the public sector in one way or another.”

And if he does jump into the public realm, it comes with a caveat.

“I’ve always said I don’t really fit the mold because I do not believe in political correctness. I will never submit to the P.C. police, under any circumstances,” he said. “And I also would never get in the bed with a bunch of special interest groups. I’ll be working extremely hard to eliminate the influence of special interest groups.”

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Panelist on Radical Islam

Heritage Foundation Panelist on Radical Islam

Sean Hannity Grills Heritage Panel Questioner – ” Why Won’t You Condemn Radical Islam

(Fox News) – Sean Hannity squared off tonight with Saba Ahmed, the Muslim women whose question at a Heritage Foundation panel this week set off a huge media firestorm (and let to accusations of Islamophobia among the panelists), over radical Islam and the treatment of women in countries that practice Sharia law. Hannity repeatedly and unsuccessfully pressed Ahmed to specifically condemn these horrible laws that oppress women and gay people with horrifying punishment. Brigitte Gabriel, one of the panelists at the Heritage event, was on Hannity too and accused Ahmed of distracting the panel with an irrelevant question. Ahmed talked about herself and how no one’s forcing her to wear her head scarf, but Hannity confronted her about women elsewhere being forced to do so.

Muslim ‘bullies’ waging war on ordinary Americans


Muslim ‘bullies’ waging war on ordinary Americans
Private citizens targeted with threats, harassment, lawsuits


A federal judge in Michigan has come to the defense of a private citizen who faced a demand from Muslim activists to produce her private emails and submit to an interrogation, all because she worried plans for an Islamic center in her neighborhood would create traffic problems.

The American Freedom Law Center announced Thursday that the federal judge had quashed the “harassing and burdensome subpoenas” issued by the Council on American-Islamic Relations to Zaba Davis.

AFLC, which sued to have the demands canceled, said that in a “rare move,” the judge also awarded AFLC attorneys’ fees and costs for having to bring the motion.

“Private citizens have a fundamental First Amendment right to publicly express to their elected officials their personal views,” said Robert Muise, AFLC co-founder.

“CAIR’s ruthless attacks demonstrate that its objectives are dangerously at odds with the Constitution. Consequently, this ruling was important not only for our clients, but for all private citizens who want to speak out against CAIR.”

It started in 2012 when the Muslim Community Association of Ann Arbor asked that Pittsfield Township rezone land for construction of an Islamic school and community center complex.

Municipal officials cited infrastructure and traffic concerns and turned down the request.

Then CAIR, which calls itself, “America’s largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization,” but, according to AFLC, “is widely known in government circles as a Muslim Brotherhood front group,” filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the township on behalf of the MCA.

The lawsuit claimed the decision was prompted by discrimination against Muslims, not concern over traffic and other problems.

In the township decision-making process, residents who lived near the proposed project “expressed concerns about the traffic congestion that would be caused by the construction of a school and community center in their neighborhood.”

AFLC said it submitted a petition expressing opposition.

In response, CAIR issued subpoenas for the personal information. Davis and her husband came home to find papers jammed in the front door demanding production of personal emails and other documents as well as an appearance at a deposition.

According to David Yerushalmi, senior counsel of AFLC, CAIR files such lawsuits against municipalities all across the country “to further the Muslim Brotherhood’s stated goal of engaging in ‘civilization jihad,’ which the Brotherhood expressly claims will ‘destroy Western civilization from within.’”

“This ruling represents a significant victory against the ‘civilizational jihad’ that is being waged within our borders by Shariah-adherent Islamists,” he said. “This case is another example of CAIR trying to abuse the legal system to persecute its enemies.”

The court wrote that CAIR “contends that its sole interest in deposing Davis stems from a genuine belief that she has what it believes to be relevant information, and not from any personal malice against her for her public opposition to the school.”

The court said it didn’t find CAIR’s demand relevant and “to the extent information possessed by Davis is relevant, that relevance is far outweighed by the chilling effect that allowing the subpoenas would have on speech, not only for Davis, but for all others who wish to be involved in public discourse on matters of public concern.”

When the case first arose, WND columnist Pamela Geller saw it as another example of CAIR using the U.S. legal system to silence opponents.

“CAIR’s jihad millions buy media and men, and now it’s going after private citizens,” she wrote. “It sends a message. It sends a message to every single American – that if you dare to oppose Islamic supremacism, you will be targeted, smeared, harassed and driven to bankruptcy through legal channels.”

She noted that a government memo confirms CAIR was formed by the Muslim Brotherhood to support Hamas.

CAIR also has sued the co-author of a WND Books expose of CAIR, “Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld that’s Conspiring to Islamize America.”

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The national CAIR organization was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation terror funding trial. A review of the public record, including federal criminal court documents, past IRS 990 tax records and Federal Election Commission records detailing donor occupations, reveals that CAIR has been associated with a disturbing number of convicted terrorists or felons in terrorism probes, as well as suspected terrorists and active targets of terrorism investigations. The list is long and includes:

Ghassan Elashi: One of CAIR’s founding directors, he was convicted in 2004 of illegally shipping high-tech goods to terror state Syria and is serving 80 months in prison. He was also convicted of providing material support to Hamas in the Holy Land Foundation terror-financing trial. He was chairman of the charity, which provided seed capital to CAIR. Elashi is related to Hamas leader Mousa Abu Marzook.

Muthanna al-Hanooti: The CAIR director’s home was raided in 2006 by FBI agents in connection with an active terrorism investigation. Agents also searched the offices of his advocacy group, Focus on Advocacy and Advancement of International Relations, which al-Hanooti operates out of Dearborn, Mich., and Washington, D.C. Al-Hanooti, who emigrated to the U.S. from Iraq, formerly helped run a suspected Hamas terror front called LIFE for Relief and Development. Its Michigan offices also were raided in September 2006. In 2004, LIFE’s Baghdad office was raided by U.S. troops, who seized files and computers. Al-Hanooti is related to Sheik Mohammed al-Hanooti, an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

“Al-Hanooti collected over $6 million for support of Hamas,” according to a 2001 FBI report, and was present with CAIR and Holy Land officials at a secret Hamas fundraising summit held in 1993 at a Philadelphia hotel. Prosecutors added his name to the list of unindicted co-conspirators in the Holy Land case.

Although Al-Hanooti denies supporting Hamas, he has praised Palestinian suicide bombers as “martyrs” who are “alive in the eyes of Allah.”

Abdurahman Alamoudi: Another CAIR director, he is serving 23 years in federal prison for plotting terrorism. Alamoudi, who was caught on tape complaining that bin Laden hadn’t killed enough Americans in the U.S. embassy bombings in Africa, was one of al-Qaida’s top fundraisers in America, according to the U.S. Treasury Department.

Randall “Ismail” Royer: The former CAIR communications specialist and civil-rights coordinator is serving 20 years in prison in connection with the Virginia Jihad Network, which he led while employed by CAIR at its Washington headquarters. The group trained to kill U.S. soldiers overseas, cased the FBI headquarters and cheered the space shuttle Columbia tragedy. Al-Qaida operative Ahmed Abu Ali, convicted of plotting to assassinate President George W. Bush, was among those who trained with Royer’s Northern Virginia cell.

Bassam Khafagi: Another CAIR official, Khafagi was arrested in 2003 while serving as CAIR’s director of community affairs. He pleaded guilty to charges of bank and visa fraud stemming from a federal counter-terror probe of his leadership role in the Islamic Assembly of North America, which has supported al-Qaida and advocated suicide attacks on America. He was sentenced to 10 months in prison and deported to his native Egypt.

Laura Jaghlit: A civil-rights coordinator for CAIR, her Washington-area home was raided by federal agents after 9/11 as part of an investigation into terrorist financing, money laundering and tax fraud. Her husband Mohammed Jaghlit, a key leader in the Saudi-backed SAAR network, is a target of the still-active probe. Jaghlit sent two letters accompanying donations – one for $10,000, the other for $5,000 – from the SAAR Foundation to Sami al-Arian, now a convicted terrorist. In each letter, according to a federal affidavit, “Jaghlit instructed al-Arian not to disclose the contribution publicly or to the media.” Investigators suspect the funds were intended for Palestinian terrorists via a U.S. front called WISE, which at the time employed an official who personally delivered a satellite phone battery to Osama bin Laden. The same official also worked for Jaghlit’s group. In addition, Jaghlit donated a total of $37,200 to the Holy Land Foundation, which prosecutors say is a Hamas front. Jaghlit subsequently was named an unindicted co-conspirator in the case.

Nihad Awad: Wiretap evidence from the Holy Land case puts CAIR’s executive director at the Philadelphia meeting of Hamas leaders and activists in 1993 that was secretly recorded by the FBI. Participants hatched a plot to disguise payments to Hamas terrorists as charitable giving. During the meeting, according to FBI transcripts, Awad was recorded discussing the propaganda effort. He mentions Ghassan Dahduli, whom he worked with at the time at the Islamic Association for Palestine, another Hamas front. Both were IAP officers. Dahduli’s name also was listed in the address book of bin Laden’s personal secretary, Wadi al-Hage, who is serving a life sentence in prison for his role in the U.S. embassy bombings. Dahduli, an ethnic-Palestinian like Awad, was deported to Jordan after 9/11 for refusing to cooperate in the terror investigation. (An April 28, 2009, letter from FBI assistant director Richard C. Powers to Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz. – which singles out CAIR chief Awad for suspicion – explains how the group’s many Hamas connections caused the FBI to sever ties with CAIR.) Awad’s and Dahduli’s phone numbers are listed in a Muslim Brotherhood document seized by federal investigators revealing “important phone numbers” for the “Palestine Section” of the Brotherhood in America. The court exhibit showed Hamas fugitive Mousa Abu Marzook listed on the same page with Awad.

Omar Ahmad: U.S. prosecutors also named CAIR’s founder and chairman emeritus as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land case. Ahmad, too, was placed at the Philadelphia meeting, FBI special agent Lara Burns testified at the trial. Prosecutors also designated him as a member of the Muslim Brotherhood’s “Palestine Committee” in America. Ahmad, like his CAIR partner Awad, is ethnic-Palestinian. (Though both Ahmad and Awad were senior leaders of IAP, the Hamas front, neither of their biographical sketches posted on CAIR’s website mentions their IAP past.)

Nabil Sadoun: A CAIR board member, Sadoun has served on the board of the United Association for Studies and Research, which investigators believe to be a key Hamas front in America. In fact, Sadoun co-founded UASR with Hamas leader Marzook. The Justice Department added UASR to the list of unindicted co-conspirators in the Holy Land case.

In 2010, Sadoun was ordered deported to his native Jordan. An immigration judge referenced Sadoun’s relationship with Hamas and the Holy Land Foundation during a deportation hearing.

Mohamed Nimer: CAIR’s research director also served as a board director for UASR, the strategic arm for Hamas in the U.S. CAIR neglects to mention Nimer’s and Sadoun’s roles in UASR in their bios.

Rafeeq Jaber: A founding director of CAIR, Jaber was the long-time president of the Islamic Association for Palestine. In 2002, a federal judge found that “the Islamic Association for Palestine has acted in support of Hamas.” In his capacity as IAP chief, Jaber praised Hezbollah attacks on Israel. He also served on the board of a radical mosque in the Chicago area.

Rabith Hadid: The CAIR fundraiser was a founder of the Global Relief Foundation, which after 9/11 was blacklisted by the Treasury Department for financing al-Qaida and other terror groups. Its assets were frozen in December 2001. Hadid was arrested on terror-related charges and deported to Lebanon in 2003.

Hamza Yusuf: The FBI investigated the CAIR board member after 9/11, because just two days before the attacks, he made an ominous prediction to a Muslim audience. “This country is facing a terrible fate, and the reason for that is because this country stands condemned,” Yusuf warned. “It stands condemned like Europe stood condemned because of what it did. And lest people forget, Europe suffered two world wars after conquering the Muslim lands.”

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