Friday, October 22, 2010

While awaiting trial, Hamas-front CAIR shuts down free speech

The Council for American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) issued a press release Wednesday afternoon demanding action against Juan Williams for daring to exercise his 1st Amendment rights to free speech that resulted in Williams' ouster from National Public Radio (NPR).

"Such irresponsible and inflammatory comments would not be tolerated if they targeted any other racial, ethnic or religious minority, and they should not pass without action by NPR," said CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad.

The CAIR complaint was the catalyst that led to Williams' firing.

CAIR has long been identified as a Hamas-affiliated Muslim Brotherhood front group through the Texas Holy Land Foundation (HLF) trial -- the largest terrorism funding trial in U.S. history. CAIR is named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the HLF trial. The sheer volume of participants in the terrorist fundraising schemes lent itself to a list of co-conspirators subject to prosecution with the same evidence that resulted in the successful prosecution of the Holy Land Foundation in 2008.

The HLF co-conspirators including CAIR currently await trial. At the moment the Obama administration is tied up suing Arizona for enforcing immigration law.

And CAIR is allowed to move about and freely operate in the U.S. -- even appearing on Fox News and other media organizations -- like NPR -- as representatives of "moderate" Islam.

Much has been said about Williams' firing from NPR for comments not even made on their air, but the connections between the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, CAIR and NPR warrant a closer look.

As previously and extensively reported on HUMAN EVENTS, there is an organized effort underway worldwide orchestrated by a powerful Islamic political body to squelch and even criminalize speech that "offends" Muslims. The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is the second largest inter-governmental organization after the United Nations --comprised of kings and heads of state representing 57 member states.

One of its stated goals is to seek to criminalization of speech that violates the archaic tenets of shariah law. The OIC broadcasts its every move on its website. All we have to do is read it.

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