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what to do with the Muslim quandary?

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Submitted by allan enkin (Canada), Mar 16, 2017 at 19:32

Should not all those who state they represent a constituency of the Muslims, like CAIR, SJP,be investigated for legitimacy of purpose, financing, donations to terrorist groups,organizations, and be able to account for their claims of representing the American Muslims. American universities are filled with Professors who have taught nothing but propaganda, some having positions by Muslim endowments. Social movements like the women's march has demonstrated the degree to which these movements have been taken over by left-wing ideology and pro-palestinian voices not to mention the women who cheered and applauded as Sarsour spoke of the benefits of Sharia . If these organizations, and individuals in university , the media have not become a 5th column in America, what is a 5th column?

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