Seattle (PRWEB) July 16, 2008
The company had planned to give the training program only twice in the State of Washington but will now go out of its way to sponsor the program more often in the State of Washington, and will now do so across the country with venues planned in Detroit, Michigan, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Washington DC and more for 2008 and 2009.
"If we do not put ourselves in the front of the defense of the USA, what use is the training we have provided to more than 500 Government agencies?", continues Bradman, " If groups like this are allowed to get away with being a Fifth Column in the USA our First Responders will be weakened; we will fight this strategy of using the laws of the freest democratic country on Earth and exploiting our own freedoms to help terrorists."
The Council for American Islamic Relations claims to speak for US Muslims but not everyone thinks this is the real nature of the organization. Daniel Pipes, the Harvard professor, quoted the following people with a wholly different opinion:
The late Seifeldin Ashmawy, publisher of the New Jersey-based Voice of Peace, called CAIR the champion of "extremists whose views do not represent Islam," Jamal Hasan of the Council for Democracy and Tolerance explains that CAIR's goal is to spread "Islamic hegemony the world over by hook or by crook." Kamal Nawash, head of Free Muslims Against Terrorism, finds that CAIR and similar groups condemn terrorism on the surface while endorsing an ideology that helps foster extremism, adding that "almost all of their members are theocratic Muslims who reject secularism and want to establish Islamic states," Tashbih Sayyed of the Council for Democracy and Tolerance calls CAIR "the most accomplished fifth column" in the United States.
Bradman points out: "Instead of forcibly blocking the training of US Law Enforcement professionals who must stop terrorists, these people should be cleaning house if they are, as the claim, not a terrorist organization. Apart from Randall Royer who worked for CAIR and was sentenced for terrorist activities and helping al-Qaeda, they have had quite a few others like Bassem Khafagi who was their director of community relations, and pleaded guilty to immigration and bad check convictions and bank fraud and Ghassan Elashi who was charged with dealing with the property of a terrorist conspiracy.
"If we were teaching about Gangs like M-13 and did not mention that many of them are Salvadorians we would be completely remiss in our duties. With more than 9000 acts of terrorism across the world by Muslims since 9/11, they can not be serious in saying we are making a connection between Islam and terrorism. The connection was made way before we started training."
The company will be setting up a non-profit so that many of its 100,000 contacts can contribute to the fight against this US Fifth Column and help defend the US against this kind of lawfare waged by the Jihad in many Democratic countries.
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