The United States administration worked feverishly over the holidays to get CAIR and MAS off the U.A.E. terror list even though they are backed by terror organizations
Before the designation was announced, the U.A.E. was pressured by Obama’s administration to not do it but they resisted and doubled down.
“[The list is] a clear message to the world about the UAE’s stance against terrorism, extremism and fanaticism, focusing on and putting a cordon around all subversive entities that seek to undermine the security and stability of the state and seeks to protect the community from extremist ideology,” a top UAE official said.
The objective is “to cut off access to all forms of material and moral support for terrorism, to drain its resources, to prevent the incitement of terrorist crimes, to prevent the praising of terrorism and to work to stop the spreading of such crimes or any encouragement of the committing of them.”
This U.S. spokesperson, however, appears to be asea:
Our administration takes advice from CAIR and MAS though we know they are tied to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.
The Brotherhood is the poisonous well from which almost all terror groups spring. Their job is to distract, infiltrate, brainwash, and dilute all criticism. They exist to keep people focused on faux Islamophobia while the rest of the groups terrorize and overwhelm.
Hamas exists to destroy Israel.
Daily Caller reported that CAIR and MAS representatives met with “senior U.S. government officials” just days before Christmas to discuss the groups’ inclusion on the United Arab Emirates’ official list of terrorist organizations.
“The two American Muslim organizations and the U.S. government pledged to work together to achieve a positive solution to the UAE designations,” the groups said in a joint statement.
The Obama administration’s State Department recently “affirmed that department officials meet regularly with representatives of CAIR and MAS,” according to the groups.
We pledge to work together! Yay!
Our ally, the U.A.E. declared CAIR and MAS terrorists in November:
The foreign minister weighed in saying he can’t accept incitement or funding of terrorism. The U.A.E. doesn’t believe weapons only is the threshold.
The Obama administration accepts incitement and funding and has a much higher threshold.
Go to 01:39:
Mohammed Elibiary, former Department of Homeland Security advisor, who sends out daily offensive tweets such as the United States is an Islamic country, tweeted “I condemn in harshest terms the despicable act by #UAE government of designating US civic orgs as ‘terrorists’ #CAIR #Mas…”
The Obama administration apparently agrees.