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"Holy" Muslims

Monday, December 28, 2015

#Trump2016 #Legal Aid for #MUSLIM #DRUG DEALERS and #GANGS - CAIR #Trump #Obama #HillaryClinton #DOJ #FBI

When you sell Dope, you invariably fun afoul of the law; the same rule applies to gangbangers.


Since the "Holy" Muslims engage in both activities their need for Legal AID is Never Ending.

The Nation of Islam recruits extensively in America's Prisons, and also helps the cons (who frequently are in PRISON for Drug/GANG related Crimes) get Legal Help - this odiferious mix gave Rise to CAIR.

With Seed Funding from the #MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD, CAIR has grown into the LARGEST Provider of FREE LEGAL Services for Penitentiay SCUM.

Once these VERMIN are released, they normally continue to Break the law, so their need for legal  representation continues.  


Since CAIR is a MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD endeavor, also with Close Relation to the TERRORIST GROUP HAMAS they can and DO Clam VICTIM STATUS so Legal Reps can Use US Civil Rights Law to file LAW SUITS to SILENCE Journalists, Bloggers and other REAL AMERICANS that wish to Expose their LEGAL JIHAD on AMERICA.

The director of CAIR-Chicago has consistently defended entities linked to Hamas and the Brotherhood, such as the Holy Land Foundation.

Mon, February 10, 2014



Address: 17 N. State Street, Suite 1500; Chicago, IL 60602
Year Formed: 2005
Website:http://www.cairchicago.org/
2011 Revenue: $630,453

The Chicago chapter of theCoun cil on American-Islamic Relations says, “We work to empower the Muslim community and to foster an understanding between Chicago’s Muslim and non-Muslim communities via public education…”

CAIR-Chicago claims that it is “not in any way affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, or any foreign or local religious or political group. The same is true of CAIR National in DC and ISNA [Islamic Society of North America].” However, the links between the Brotherhood and CAIRand ISNA are extensive and well-documented.

The executive director of CAIR-Chicago is Ahmed Rehab. He says he “believe[s] in the United States as a secular democracy and the U.S. Constitution as its supreme law."

Rehab’s personal website listed Hassan Al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, as one of the “contemporary Muslim intellectuals who influenced me.” He also listed Brotherhood theologian Sayyid Qutb as his “favorite modern personality.” He also said he is influenced by Fethullah Gulen, a Turkish cleric that some experts describe as an Islamist.

Rehab has said that Hamas “is part of the problem, not the solution,” but does not condemn the group as a whole.

In 2006, Rehab was asked to condemn Hamas as a terrorist group and he replied, “Do I condemn the hospitals run by Hamas, or the schools that help children learn, in Hamas? No, I don’t condemn that. But I do condemn the blowing up of Tel Aviv pizzerias or cafes.”

In 2007, Muslim activist Dr. Zuhdi Jasser challenged Rehab to condemn Hamas. He dodged the question by saying, “Are you asking me to condemn terrorism or to condemn Hamas?” He then said any condemnation of terrorism must include a condemnation of Israel.

Rehab has also consistently defended entities and individuals linked to Hamas and the Brotherhood, such as the Holy Land Foundation. He said the prosecution of the Foundation was a “case against the Muslim community.” He also stood by Muhammed Salah, who was labeled as a Specially Designated Terrorist by the U.S. government, calling him “a man we hold dear.”

In 2011, Rehab said he is “politically aligned against the Muslim Brotherhood.” Rehab was harshly critical of the Muslim Brotherhood’s rule in Egypt.  However, he condemned the Egyptian government’s labeling of the Brotherhood as a terrorist group. He wrote on Facebook:

“The recent designation of the MB as a terrorist group is farcical and politically-motivated. Say what you will about the MB, they do not subscribe to terrorism. If they did, they would not bother with protests.

The Chicago chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations says, “We work to empower the Muslim community and to foster an understanding between Chicago’s Muslim and non-Muslim communities via public education…”

CAIR-Chicago claims that it is “not in any way affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, or any foreign or local religious or political group. The same is true of CAIR National in DC and ISNA [Islamic Society of North America].”[2] However, the links between the Brotherhood and CAIRand ISNA are extensive and well-documented.

The executive director of CAIR-Chicago is Ahmed Rehab. He says he “believe[s] in the United States as a secular democracy and the U.S. Constitution as its supreme law.”

Rehab’s personal website listed Hassan Al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, as one of the “contemporary Muslim intellectuals who influenced me.” He also listed Brotherhood theologian Sayyid Qutb as his “favorite modern personality.” He also said he is influenced by Fethullah Gulen, a Turkish cleric that some experts describe as an Islamist.

Rehab has said that Hamas “is part of the problem, not the solution,” but does not condemn the group as a whole.

In 2006, Rehab was asked to condemn Hamas as a terrorist group and he replied, “Do I condemn the hospitals run by Hamas, or the schools that help children learn, in Hamas? No, I don’t condemn that. But I do condemn the blowing up of Tel Aviv pizzerias or cafes.”

In 2007, Muslim activist Dr. Zuhdi Jasser challenged Rehab to condemn Hamas. He dodged the question by saying, “Are you asking me to condemn terrorism or to condemn Hamas?” He then said any condemnation of terrorism must include a condemnation of Israel.

Rehab has also consistently defended entities and individuals linked to Hamas and the Brotherhood, such as the Holy Land Foundation. He said the prosecution of the Foundation was a “case against the Muslim community.” He also stood by Muhammed Salah, who was labeled as a Specially Designated Terrorist by the U.S. government, calling him “a man we hold dear.”

In 2011, Rehab said he is “politically aligned against the Muslim Brotherhood.” Rehab was harshly critical of the Muslim Brotherhood’s rule in Egypt.[9]  However, he condemned the Egyptian government’s labeling of the Brotherhood as a terrorist group. He wrote on Facebook:

“The recent designation of the MB as a terrorist group is farcical and politically-motivated. Say what you will about the MB, they do not subscribe to terrorism. If they did, they would not bother with protests.


[1] “About Us,” CAIR Chicago website,http://www.cairchicago.org/about-us/
[2] “Radical Anti-Muslim Site FrontPageMag’s Hate Affair,” CAIR-Chicago website, November 28, 2011.http://www.cairchicago.org/2011/11/28/radical-anti-muslim-site-frontpage...
[3] “I Believe,” Ahmed Rehab website,http://www.ahmedrehab.com/i-believe/
[4] “CAIR’s Ahmed Rehab,” Americans Against Hate,http://www.americansagainsthate.org/Ahmed_Rehab_Muslim_Brotherhood.html
[5] “An IPT Investigative Report: Ahmed Rehab,” Investigative Project on Terrorism,http://www.investigativeproject.org/documents/misc/474.pdf
[6] Ibid.
[7] Ibid.
[8] “Radical Anti-Muslim Site FrontPageMag’s Hate Affair,” CAIR-Chicago website, November 28, 2011.http://www.cairchicago.org/2011/11/28/radical-anti-muslim-site-frontpage...
[9] Rossomando, John. “American Islamists Rally Behind MB Amid Egypt Protests,” IPT News, July 2, 2013. http://www.investigativeproject.org/4068/american-islamists-rally-behind...



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