The Council on American-Islamic Relations, known as CAIR, claims to be Americas largest Islamic civil liberties group. But thats a myth. Here are the facts:
FACT: CAIR is an unindicted coconspirator in the largest terrorism finance trial in Americas history.
FACT: CAIR is being sued by Muslim, African-American and Hispanic families for defrauding them instead of giving them legal help.
FACT: Four CAIR leaders have been convicted of felonies including terrorism.
FACT: Only one percent, ONE PERCENT, of CAIR's latest reported revenues came from Muslim American members.
Meanwhile foreign donors- Saudi Arabia, Iran, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait- have given CAIR over six million dollars in cash and loans, and over fifty million dollars in pledges.
One percent from members: millions from Saudi Arabia, Iran, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait.
Shouldn't there be a law to let the American public know the truth about CAIR and their foreign donors? Of course, and there is one CAIR just doesn't follow it.
The Foreign Agents Registration Act, enacted just before World War Two, still requires foreign agents spreading propaganda to register, so Americans can know what they are up to. Back then the problem was foreign agents working for the Nazis. Today the problem is foreign agents like CAIR, working for Saudi Arabia, Iran and others.
Americans have a right to know that CAIR received over six million dollars in cash and loans and over fifty million dollars in pledges. But CAIR never reported the money.
Americans have a right to know that CAIR conducted over thirty meetings with foreign dignitaries from the same countries that gave them millions of dollars. But CAIR never reported the meetings.
Americans have a right to know that CAIR organized over fifty political and propaganda operations for the goals of their foreign donors. But CAIR never reported the operations.
The Center for Security Policy believes that CAIR should follow the law, and that all Americans have a right to know about CAIR's activities as an agent for their foreign donors in Saudi Arabia, Iran, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait.
That's why we launched the CAIRObservatory.org website - to connect the dots about CAIR's operations as a foreign agent in America. The money, the meetings, the political activities, the propaganda: the facts, documented, reported, unmasked.
Join us at CAIRObservatory.org. Help connect the dots because Americans have a right to know.