Michigan: CAIR Teaches Muslims How To Evade Law Enforcement Questioning
Working to “encourage dialogue” and “promote justice and mutual understanding”, one would think that a group like the Council on American-Islamic Relations would be emphasizing the need to fully support the efforts of law enforcement, not hinder it …
The presentation primarily focused on the rights of citizens and legal residents within American borders to have an attorney present while being questioned by local, state and federal law enforcement.
The session also focused on citizens and legal residents’ right to refuse answering invasive questioning by federal law enforcement agents pertaining to religious beliefs and practices.
CAIR-MI recently filed a federal lawsuit against Custom Border Protection (CBP), FBI and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for invasive religious questioning of Michigan Muslims…
CAIR is America’s largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.” Source – CAIR Michigan.
Flashback: House Report Urges Justice Department To Cut Ties With CAIR – “The Department of Justice is being encouraged to follow in the footsteps of the FBI in cutting off all non-investigative ties to the country’s largest Muslim advocacy organization, the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)… In January 2009, the FBI ended its relationship with CAIR and its affiliates across the country due to the conviction of those involved in the Holy Land Foundation terrorist funding trial, in which CAIR was listed as an unindicted co-conspirator. Virginia Republican Rep. Frank Wolf, the bill’s sponsor, explained to The Daily Caller that with the FBI’s policy already in place it makes sense for DOJ to follow suit.” Read more.