Care to turn U.S. domestic anti-terrorism policy over to CAIR?

The Council of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is seeking to limit our government’s ability to obtain information with which to counter Islamist terrorism and jihad. On the eve of a three-day White House meeting on federal efforts to mitigate jihadi violence, CAIR issued a statement calling, in effect, for the government to farm out its program for dealing with domestic Islamist terrorists to Muslim leaders — in other words to CAIR and its friends. The statement also calls on the administration to revise its foreign policy to suit CAIR.

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