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Hamas-linked CAIR tries to strong-arm Romney, demands he explain private meeting with pro-freedom General

This will be a test for Romney: will he kowtow to the Islamic supremacists and allow them to dictate with whom he can speak and consult? Will they succeed in intimidating him into distancing himself from General Boykin and downplaying the nature and magnitude of the threat of jihad and Islamic supremacism? Or will he tell them that he is not going to take orders from a Hamas-linked Muslim Brotherhood front group?

This will be a key test, indeed.

From Hamas-linked CAIR’s “American Muslim News Briefs” email:

    CAIR Asks Romney to Explain Meeting with Infamous ‘Islamophobe.’ Muslim rights group questions why candidate willing to hold private meeting with anti-Muslim extremist

    (WASHINGTON, D.C., 8/9/12) — The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today called on presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to clarify his decision to…

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1 Aug

Creeping Sharia

via A Self-Inflicted Injury: Immigration, Infiltration and Canada’s Growing Islamist Threat > Jerry Gordon.

by Jerry Gordon and David B. Harris (August 2012)

 On December 14, 1999, Ahmed Ressam, an Al-Qaeda trained Algerian Jihadi and resident of Montreal, was arrested in Port Angeles, Washington after he drove off a ferry from Canada with a trunk load of explosives. Thus began the unraveling of the Millennium plot, an attempt by al Qaeda using sleeper cells in the US and Canada, to conduct an attack on the Los Angeles International Airport.

Canada has witnessed its own spectacular Islamist attack plots. On June 2, 2006, counter-terrorism raids in Metro Toronto and elsewhere in Ontario netted 18 suspected Al Qaeda terrorist cell (“Toronto 18”) operatives at several para-military training camps. In Toronto, the suspects were planning to detonate truck bombs, to open fire in a crowded area, and attack the Canadian Broadcasting…

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