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Reader comment on item: CAIR Backs Down from Anti-CAIR
in response to reader comment: If Anti-CAIR's charges are true

Submitted by Seamus MacNemi (United States), Jan 22, 2009 at 11:10

Prehaps the reason that CAIR is not pursued with more overt alacrity is that there are elements that are hidden in the operations of CAIR which are working against it. Not all Muslims are blind to the implications of CAIRS operations for their own future and I know that there are many who favour freedom over slavery. We would not want to interfere with their efforts as we believe that if there is to be any advance in the Muslm world it must be encouraged from the inside.

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