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Why cannot CAIR be eliminated

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Submitted by BK Nolan (United States), Jan 12, 2006 at 13:52

Mr. Pipes:

If it is certain that this outfit is a front for Hamas and is being sued for the September 11, 2001 devastation in this country, why in the world are they still operating? Why can't the Government shut CAIR down?

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Daniel Pipes replies:

Good question. Unfortunately, the US and Canadian governments are slow to understand these basic facts about CAIR. But I am optimistic they will eventually see more clearly what it is.

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