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CAIR PA "discusses" Hajj Travel with Homeland Security

October 6, 2010

CAIR PA "dicusses" Hajj travel with Homeland Security

October 6- Militant Islam Monitor-The Council on American Islamic Relations a Saudi funded front group for Hamas and unindicted co conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation Hamas funding trial has teamed up with Homeland Security to "discuss airport security and rentry concerns" for Muslims going on Hajj.

According to the CAIR PA website:

"This week, CAIR-PA staff met with Homeland Security and Customs and Border Protection officers…The homeland security officers have asked CAIR-PA to disseminate information to hajj travelers on how to make the process easier for everyone. In a couple of weeks, CAIR-PA will release a hajj travel guide focusing on returning to the U.S. without hassle…CAIR-PA is pleased to have this partnership with the Department of Homeland Security as it enables positive representation for the Muslim community with airport security officials." http://pa.cair.com/civil-rights/hs-hajj-travel/

CAIR is notorious for it's prosecution of cases claiming profiling when Muslims are at airports in an attempt to desensitize airport personeel and passengers to potential terror threats.

One notorious case involved the "Flying Imams" in which CAIR negotiated a settlement with US Airways and the Imams which it hailed as a victory for civil rights.

As David Kupelian reported in WND:

"Most Americans remember the Nov. 20, 2006, spectacle of the half-dozen Muslim clerics who were kicked off a US Airways Minneapolis-to-Phoenix flight after engaging in behavior that alarmed both passengers and crew before takeoff. Many on board feared the imams – who prayed loudly in Arabic, refused to sit in their assigned seats, fanned out in the cabin in pairs to occupy the front, middle and rear exit rows, ordered seat-belt extenders they didn't need, criticized the Iraq war and President Bush, talked about al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden and other disconcerting behaviors – were testing security procedures in a dry run for a future hijacking.

The imams, who insisted they were acting innocently, were booted off the plane, detained for several hours and questioned by airport police, the FBI and Secret Service, and prevented from booking a later flight on US Airways.

As a result, in a high-profile lawsuit championed by CAIR and argued by a CAIR-affiliated attorney, the "flying imams" brought suit against not only US Airways and the airport authority, but even the fearful passengers, or "John Does," who had simply reported the suspicious activity…

"CAIR brags this is a 'victory for civil rights.' It's not a victory for civil rights," Sperry said today in response to the settlement. "It's a victory for future hijackers. This settlement will have a chilling effect on law enforcement and security at our nation's airports. Even pilots will now think twice about bouncing from flights any Arabs or Muslims acting suspiciously and threateningly."

"The victims in the case are not the imams," Sperry emphasized. "The victims are passengers who are now more vulnerable to terrorist attack – thanks to CAIR, which according to documents revealed in 'Muslim Mafia' manipulated this whole case from the start," he said." http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=113579

CAIR is the last organization which should be working together with Homeland Security when they are doing everything they can to undermine it.The fact that they are involved with HS should alarm all citizens.

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