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America’s most belligerent Islamist group, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), has opened up an office in Boston. Top mission: countering APT’s public awareness campaign about the Muslim Brotherhood institutions in Boston.
In a mud-slinging report on APT, written shortly after it incorporated in Massachusetts, CAIR unwittingly admits that our work has been highly successful over the past year. CAIR’s report helpfully details our work:
They [APT] have taken out extensive advertising in local and national newspapers asserting ties between these organizations and designated terrorist groups, penned op-eds in numerous news outlets presenting Boston as a “hub” of extremism, and accused local mosques of serving as fronts for the Muslim Brotherhood and promoting “violent Jihad, hatred for America, and of Western civilization in general.” The group waged a successful harassment campaign against the Newton, MA public school system: in an effort to alter the schools’ curricula so as to remove texts about Islam, APT took out incendiary and factually misleading ads in major Boston-area newspapers such as the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Newton Tab, Jewish Advocate, and Boston Metro.
CAIR would seem to be an unusual choice to do damage control for the radical Boston mosques: the FBI views CAIR as likely linked to Islamic terror groups. In 2008, the largest counterterrorism trial in US history established, in the words of trial judge Jorge Solis, “at least a prima facie case as to CAIR’s involvement in a conspiracy to support Hamas.” The following year, the Obama Justice Department cut its ties with CAIR. In an April 28, 2009 letter to several U.S. Senators explaining the FBI’s reasons for shunning CAIR, FBI Assistant Director for Congressional Affairs, Richard Powers said that, “until we can resolve whether there continues to be a connectio n between CAIR or its executives and HAMAS, the FBI does not view CAIR as an appropriate liaison partner.”
Even the United Arab Emirates has designated CAIR as a terrorist organization. Yet CAIR has successfully fooled many liberal media, such as the Boston Globe, that its goal is to protect the civil rights of American Muslims. It is alarmed that APT has consistently exposed its real mission here in New England: to support and defend the radical Islamist leadership of Boston’s largest Islamic institutions, such as the Islamic Society of Boston (ISB) allowing them to radicalize the historically moderate Muslim community here.
CAIR’s attack on APT, written by the Massachusetts branch’s chairman John Robbins is comprised of an assortment of false accusations and wild claims. Without any real substance to include, CAIR instead turns its fury onto APT’s Muslim allies. It names Islamic leader Ahmed Subhy Mansour and groups such as the Center for Islamic Pluralism as participating in some grand “Islamophobic” conspiracy.
APT will continue to work with Muslims, Jews and Christians who are concerned about the radicalization of the moderate New England Muslim community, and we look forward to the next CAIR report on our progress toward this goal. Until then, we hope that you will continue to support our efforts and donate towards our mission.
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