“… could help convince Muslims that their work in America is a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands … so that … Allah’s religion [Islam] is made victorious over all other religions.”
The Department of Justice issued a report Friday by Inspector General Michael Horowitz that revealed a long record of misconduct and violations of a ban on the FBI colluding with terror-supporting CAIR. Not two hours after the report was posted on its website, the Department of Justice scrubbed its website of the Inspector General’s report on the violation of the ban, but you can see it here. CAIR operatives must be very far up the food chain to get the report removed. Who made the call? Eric Holder? Valerie Jarrett?
The FBI headquarters’ “instruction was not to allow CAIR personnel on FBI property” – but it did anyway. The Inspector General found repeated instances of the FBI’s “failure to comply with the requirement” to shun Hamas-CAIR.
Infiltration at senior levels of the U.S. government by these vicious Muslim Brotherhood groups is not exclusive to the FBI, DoJ or 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
And on Friday, the Daily Caller reported that CAIR “conceals donations from overseas through a series of shell organizations, according to documents from court actions involving the Muslim advocacy group. Since its founding in 1994, CAIR has presented itself to American Muslims and the media as a single organization centered on American concerns. But it shows a different face to the IRS, with multiple corporate entities that conceal the large financial donations that come to CAIR from Middle East sources. As a registered lobbying group, CAIR is required to report to the IRS contributions over $5,000. Its shifting 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) branches, however, make it possible to collect millions of dollars from oil-rich Muslim nations without disclosure. Documents show CAIR has received millions of dollars in overseas contributions and tens of millions in pledges from overseas.”
Infiltration also extends to the most powerful government agency, the IRS. Hamas-CAIR lost its 501(c)(3) status because they refused to file tax returns (that’s for the apes and pigs, I guess).
According to the Investigative Project on Terrorism in 2011, “The groups failed to file required annual reports, known as form 990s, detailing their revenues and expenses, for three consecutive years. CAIR had been a nonprofit on its own, but in 2007, the IRS approved a separate tax-exempt CAIR Foundation. The foundation never filed any subsequent reports. Both the foundation and CAIR national are on the purge list.”
That year, the Washington Times reported that CAIR’s membership plummeted by 90 percent, from a high of 29,000 people in 2000 to less than 1,700 in 2006. CAIR vehemently denied the report when it was issued. But the next year, when Hamas-CAIR demanded that its name be taken off a list of unindicted co-conspirators in a Hamas-financing prosecution, CAIR attorneys tied the diminishing support to the 2007 co-conspirator list.
Despite all this, in 2012, the IRS reinstated Hamas-CAIR’s tax-exempt status. According to WND, it did so “despite years of delinquent tax filings. CAIR officials had met with officials inside the White House before the decision was made.”
Meanwhile, patriot groups like the tea party were being targeted by the IRS.
Where are CAIR’s tax returns? Who is giving them millions to fund their Islamic supremacist machine? Their mother organization, the Muslim Brotherhood? Al-Qaida?
Go to the website of the Economic Research Institute. You can find there PDF documents of tax returns filed by nonprofit corporations. Search for “Council on American-Islamic Relations in the section “Non-Profit Forms 990,” and you’ll see information about 13 different CAIR chapters from all over the country.
It seems like a wealth of information, but it isn’t. You’ll find multiple PDF documents of the IRS 990s, of these chapters, but few after 2006. One exception is the Anaheim, Calif., chapter, which lists a cool $2 million in assets in 2011. The Washington, D.C., chapter lists $7 million in 2006, but files no 990s after that.
And on that form, there are curious omissions. No one’s name appears. The last pages of the IRS form are missing, which contains the signatures of the officers of the corporation. The section where employee salaries are supposed to be listed says, “See Statement 12,” but no Statement 12 is attached.
Why not? While Hamas-CAIR is publishing (erroneously) the salaries of freedom fighters, they’re allowed to conceal this information about themselves? Either CAIR didn’t include the missing pages, or for some reason the IRS didn’t provide them to ERI, or ERI didn’t provide them for download. What happened, and why? We need answers.
We want to see the missing pages from that form. And we want to see the tax forms that aren’t there at all, going back years now. We want to see the jihad millions (billions, perhaps) and where their dirty dough is coming from. Before they stopped obeying U.S. tax law and filing returns, we know that one Saudi Wahhabi prince gave Hamas-CAIR $50 million back in 2007.
Meanwhile, Thursday, CAIR released another ridiculous report concerning the pathetic Islamophobia financial network here. How wrong did they get it? They have me listed as the president of Jihad Watch. Need I say more?
The bottom line is that America needs to know who is funding these terror supporters. It’s a national security issue. Release the returns. What is it that Hamas-CAIR is hiding and doesn’t want us to see? And why is the FBI insisting on maintaining contact with this unsavory gang of Islamic supremacist thugs?