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Thursday, August 24, 2006

Write your Congressman about C.A.I.R's terror links!

It's just a bit foolish to allow C.A.I.R access to security measures at our airports. Please modify and send the sample letter below to your representatives in Washington expressing outrage over this breach of national security. To find your representative go to: http://www.firstgov.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml See the sample letter below or pass this link to others to download it in .doc format. Please edit the sample letter below to send to your reps regarding this issue: -------------------- Honorable XXX Congressmen or Senator U.S. House of Representatives or Senate Hon. XXX I am writing to express my extreme outrage over a recent private tour by the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security of U.S. airport security and a briefing on what screeners do to catch potential terrorists. The source of my outrage is that this was done for a private interest of a national organization which has ties to terrorism and extremist activities. It was a national organization whose Texas chapter board member, Ghassan Elashi, was recently found guilty of terrorism charges, and whose spokesperson, Ibrahim Hooper, has stated in interviews that he believes America should be under Islamic law rather than democracy. These are just some of many examples of ties to extremism and terrorism for this group. The group is the Council on American Islamic Relations (C.A.I.R.). While no private interest should be receiving guided tours of security, it is sheer foolishness to allow such a tour to the leadership of a terrorist front such as C.A.I.R. This is the exact kind of political correctness that our enemies thrive on. We have a domestic insurgency which uses our laws against us, and whose ultimate goal is the destruction of our nation, and our way of life. Our enemies thrive on taking advantage of our freedoms and establishing sympathetic organizations in this country. For terrorist cells to function, they must have operational, logistical, and financial support from inside the target country. Organizations, such as the Council on American Islamic Relations, are those support organizations. The conviction of Ghassan Elashi is just one of many indicators, but the bottom line is, where there is smoke, there is fire. For the sweet sake of this blessed nation, and as my elected representation in Washington, would you please cry havoc and hold someone accountable for this breach of national security. As the will of the people, let our executive branch know that we will not stand for Islamic extremists to be given guided tours of security, provide sensitivity training, or otherwise subvert our safety. Know for certain, this is my issue at the voting booth far and above all others. Sincerely, Name Address

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