Fifth-columnists at their finest.
Any question about the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) attitude toward law enforcement in terrorism investigations has been put to rest by the group’s San Francisco chapter. “Build a Wall of Resistance,” a poster announcing a Feb. 9 event published on the group’s website says, “Don’t Talk to the FBI.” A dark, sinister FBI agent is shown lurking in front of people’s homes as doors slam shut.
It’s in response to an FBI investigation in Minneapolis and Chicago involving possible support for two designated terrorist groups, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). A series of raids Sept. 24 targeted the homes of activists in both cities. They claim the investigation is an attempt by Eric Holder’s Justice Department to silence anti-war dissent.
“This type of investigation is a tool to repress our movements for social justice and divide our communities,” the announcement of the event said.