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CAIR Has Slipped Badly Here

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Submitted by John Coarsegold (United States), Apr 6, 2004 at 23:15

This has quickly (practically overnight) become the modern era "David and Goliath" story, with CAIR being Goliath (a well fitting description, I might add). This story is going to reverbrate amongst not only the halls of justice, but also the halls of the US Justice Department, the Senate, and, most notably, the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Terrorism, Technology, and Homeland Security.

This places CAIR directly in the limelight of the entire US Government body. CAIR will now be under more scrutiny than ever before. More people reading this story are probably now writing letters to their state representatives and senators, asking why this group called CAIR has not been placed out of business a long time ago and it's leaders locked away in jail.

For a group that has blatant, obvious ties to dubioud groups, and knowing that some key senators in Washington DC have publicly commented that CAIR has ties to terrorist groups, this will hopefully close CAIR's doors for good.

They wanted attention, and by golly, they are going to get it now.
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