CAIR, a terrorist front group for jihad in America, shows their true colors as they fight to let terrorist Nadeem Hassan (more here) of Jamaat al Tablighi back into the US. Everytime a suspected Muslim terrorist here on a greencard goes outside the US, block their reentry. Smart. We need to do a lot more of this.
CAIR: Hypocrite’s in Defense of Islamic Terrorism?
The East Valley Tribune ran a story about Dr. Nadeem Hassan, who was denied re-entry to the United States following his visit to Saudi Arabia for the Hajj. (Dr. Hassan is/was a green card holder.)
CAIR joined other Islamic groups in denouncing the exclusion of Hassan, joining in the claim that Hassan’s possible link to Jamaat al Tablighi, a group with suspected Islamic terrorist-supporting membership, was not grounds for exclusion. Apparently, CAIR views the Jamaat al Tablighi as a “Muslim missionary group”.
For a good look at just what the Jamaat al Tablighi is and what it stands for, we refer to the respected Middle East Forum/Quarterly for a review. From the Quarterly, we find this conclusion:
“The estimated 15,000 Tablighi missionaries reportedly active in the United States present a serious national security problem. At best, they and their proxy groups form a powerful proselytizing movement that preaches extremism and disdain for religious tolerance, democracy, and separation of church and state. At worst, they represent an Islamist fifth column that aids and abets terrorism. Contrary to their benign treatment by scholars and academics, Tablighi Jamaat has more to do with political sedition than with religion.”ACAIR finds it interesting that CAIR, with its vast financial resources and access to numerous sources in both North America and the Middle East cannot simply lift up the phone, call the Saudi Embassy and ask for information on the Tablighi Jamaat. Of course, the Saudi Embassy would say it was simply a “missionary group”, but as any American knows, any endorsement by the Saudis is an immediate red flag.