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What's wrong with AMC goals?

Reader comment on item: The Danger Within: Militant Islam in America [and Its Dreams of Domination]

Submitted by sahllab@aol.com (United States), Apr 27, 2002

But the best-known organizations—the ones whose members are invited to offer prayers and invocations before Congress or to attend White House functions, or whose representatives accompanied the President on his September 17 visit to a mosque—tend to hide their true colors behind arch-respectable goals. Thus, the American Muslim Council claims to work "toward the political empowerment of Muslims in America," the Council on American-Islamic Relations is "putting faith into action," and the Muslim Public Affairs Council seeks only to make American Muslims "an influential component in U.S. public affairs."

What is wrong with the above goals Mr Pipes? Are they against the US laws? Every group in the US including your group works to reach an influential position in advancement of their goals.....is it because it's not the right religion or people? Have you heard of AIPAC and their current influence on US policy aided by US tax dollars?
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