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Everyday Muslims like those part of the Muslim Community of Western Suburbs (MCWS) of Detroit fund organizations accused of having terrorism connections

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Submitted by Avi (United States), Dec 23, 2005 at 16:37

Where do organizations like CAIR get their funding from? From the "everyday" Muslims that live in the United States.

The culture of CAIR is rooted in that of everyday Muslims. As part of the American Terror Watch, I did research on the Muslim Community of Western Suburbs of Detroit (in Canton, Michigan). Not only did I learn that such organizations have hosted fundraising dinners to subsidize CAIR, but also that there are 'everyday" Muslims out there who fully support the views of some of the most radical CAIR employees. These stunning revelations are published on the About the Muslim Community of Western Suburbs (A MCWS) website www.geocities.com/anti_mcws
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