CAIR-PA Attempts to Pressure Law Enforcement Not to Listen to Islam Experts
May 29, 2011
The Executive Director of CAIR PA Moein Khawaja, went to the state capitol Harrisburg to attempt to pressure law enforcement officials not to listen to Islam experts whom his organisation has branded as "Islamophobes" a catch all phrase employed by Islamists to demonise critics and those exposing the threat of radical Islam.
According to the article on the CAIR Philly website entitled "CAIR-PA Works to Prevent Anti-Muslim Law Enforcement Trainers :
"These so-called experts are sometimes well known Islamophobes – anti-Muslim bigots who earn a living from producing misinformation and hatred on Islam and Muslims…CAIR has made a formal equest to Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano to conduct an agency-wide investigation of the use of outside trainers who offer hostile, stereotypical and grossly inaccurate information about Muslims and Islam to the nation's security personnel.
CAIR-PA Executive Director Moein Khawaja traveled to Harrisburg to discuss this phenomenon with state police, local and federal law enforcement officials from across the state, in order to prevent such a thing from happening here. Khawaja warned the officials of individuals and organizations that may pose as experts, when in fact they are merely anti-Muslim bigots. As CAIR-PA continues to build better relations with law enforcement, we hope that what results is a better, safer environment for Muslim Americans and law enforcement personnel who are well-trained – not deceived – and thus, better able to perform their duties in keeping us all safe."