Saturday, February 25, 2012

  • CAIR: Conn. Coalition to Ask Governor to Probe NYPD Muslim Spying
    On Tuesday, February 21, the Connecticut chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-CT) will join with the Connecticut Civil Rights Coalition at a noon press conference in New Haven to urge Governor Dannel P. Malloy to protect the rights of Muslim students in that state.
    WHEN: Tuesday, February 21, Noon
    WHERE: In Front of City Hall, 165 Church Street, New Haven 06510
    CONTACT: CAIR-CT Executive Director Mongi Dhaouadi, 860-514-8038,
    • CAIR: Group Behind Anti-Muslim Training Says Focus on Sharia Law!
      Guandolo. . .had to resign after it was revealed that he had sexual relationships with agents and a key government informant — and then created a list of his conquests. He bounced back as a speaker about the threat of Islamic terrorism..
  • CAIR-CA Marks 70th Anniversary of Japanese-American Internment
    Other speakers included U.S. Rep. Mike Honda, D-San Jose, who spent part of his childhood in an internment camp; Karen Korematsu, whose father, Fred, unsuccessfully fought the wartime internment order all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court; and Zahra Billoo, head of the Bay Area chapter of [CAIR].
    • Rep. Honda: 70 Years Later, Still Blaming an 'Enemy Within'
      This demonization of Muslim Americans ignores the rich, diverse background of the community, its contributions to American society, and its invaluable service to the United States military.
  • CAIR Asks FBI to Probe Anti-Muslim Facebook Death Threat
    A man who says he is an "M1 Abrams Armor Crewman" who lives in Colorado Springs, Colo., threatened to kill others who commented on an article posted Saturday on CAIR's Facebook page.
    • CAIR: Evangelical General Dropped by West Point Because of Views on Islam
      [CAIR] provided a YouTube link to a clip showing Boykin making the kind of blanket recommendation cited by his critics: "We must recognize that Islam is not just a religion. It is a totalitarian way of life. . .It should not be protected under the First Amendment."
  • CAIR Director Speaks at Summit for Muslim Social Media Platform
    Representatives of the world Muslim elite from more than 40 countries gathered in Istanbul to attend the Inaugural Global Summit organized by Salamworld, an international company aiming to develop the first social media platform oriented towards the needs of the Muslim population.

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