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Reader comment on item: CAIR Instructs the Police about Islam

Submitted by myth (Germany), Jun 1, 2010 at 12:06

From Daniel Pipes' comments in this article and looking into the guide myself I cannot believe that CAIR actually wants to instruct "the typical street cop". What is the true objective of this guide ? A look at two quotes reveals: "Muslim community organizations encourage their members to join law enforcement." "Muslim police officer groups can also help improve relations between the community and law enforcement institutions." I am afraid CAIR seeks to infiltrate law-enforcement by encouring muslims to join and organize from the inside. The idea is to have a direct link: muslim community to muslim police officer group. Also I suspect the guide is intended to rattle the box of law-enforcement and see what and who shakes, in order to identify who in high place responds to their demands.


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