Muslim group CAIR, who is linked to terrorist organizations, has launched a new cellphone app that will allow users to report Muslim “hate crimes.”
CAIR, who is quick to make excuses after every incident of Islamic terrorism, wants to push this phony narrative that Islam is under attack by “Islamophobic” Americans who support President Trump.
CAIR is not worried about anyone suspected of planning a mass shooting or bombing. No, they are worried about Americans exercising their freedom of speech and saying something they don’t like.
Below is a little background on CAIR from FrontPage Mag.
From FrontPage Mag:
CAIR or the Council on American-Islamic Relations was created by those with deep ties to Hamas. CAIR’s anti-Israel, pro-Palestinian terror beginnings are still being realized today. One place where this extremism exists in a big way is within CAIR’s Florida chapter. At the end of April, CAIR-Florida Executive Director Hassan Shibly promoted a video on social media lauding Palestinian terrorist Marwan Barghouti as a “hero.” For Shibly, this type of radical activity is far from out of the ordinary.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) was created in June 1994 by an umbrella group led by then-global head of Hamas, Mousa Abu Marzook, called the Palestine Committee. CAIR was later named by the US government as a co-conspirator in federal trials dealing with the financing of millions of dollars to Hamas. CAIR had used its official website to raise money for the defendant in the trials, the Holy Land Foundation (HLF). Several CAIR representatives have served jail time or have been deported for terror-related activity, including former HLF head and founder of CAIR’s Texas chapter, Ghassan Elashi.
CAIR’s Florida chapter reflects the same violence-driven extremism of its parent organization. In July 2014, CAIR-Florida co-sponsored a pro-Hamas rally in Downtown Miami, where attendees repeatedly shouted, “We are Hamas,” “Let’s go Hamas,” and “Hamas kicked your ass.” Following the rally, the event organizer, Sofian Abdelaziz Zakkout, wrote in Arabic, “Thank God, every day we conquer the American Jews like our conquests over the Jews of Israel!”
Leading CAIR-Florida, at the time of the Miami pro-Hamas rally, was (and still is) CAIR-Florida Executive Director Hassan Shibly.
Continue reading the rest of the FrontPage Mag story here.
Hoping to get an accurate count of anti-Muslim hate crimes in the United States, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) on Friday launched a mobile app allowing victims to report bias incidents.
The group launched its Making Democracy Work for Everyone app a month after it reported a 44 percent surge in the number of hate crimes reported by U.S. Muslims last year. Concerned that the 260 hate crimes CAIR learned of last year represent just a fraction of the actual total, the group intends the app to increase reporting.
“In a moment of trauma, you’re not thinking that I need to go online and enter something, but your phone will always be in your hand,” said Corey Saylor, who runs the group’s anti-Islamophobia efforts.
The application allows a user to file a description of an alleged incident, which CAIR staff will then investigate. If the group concludes the incident was the result religious bias, it will include it in its reporting, and if it believes the incident was criminal, it will share the details with local police.
The app offers advice about what rights are protected by the U.S. Constitution and contains contact information for CAIR’s national headquarters in Washington and chapters nationwide.
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