by John D. Guandolo
Evidence in the largest terror financing trial in U.S. history – US v Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, Northern District of Texas (Dallas), 2008 – reveals CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) was the 4th Hamas organization created in the United States.
The other 3 were shut down/prosecuted by the U.S. government.
Yet, on Tuesday January 31, 2023, Hamas doing business as CAIR will host “Muslim Day” at the Texas State Capitol in Austin.
In addition to CAIR, Hamas organization Emgage and Muslim Brotherhood organizations MSA (Muslim Students Association), ICNA (Islamic Center of North America), Islamic Society of Greater Houston, Islamic Center of Irving, and many others are also sponsoring “Muslim Day” at the Texas Capitol.
Regardless of the issue or event, the questions remain:
- Why are Texas state legislators allowing the designated terrorist group HAMAS doing business as CAIR to do anything at the Texas State Capitol?
- Why is the Texas Department of Public Safety allowing the designated terrorist group HAMAS doing business as CAIR to do anything at the Texas State Capitol?
- Why is the Travis County Sheriff allowing the designated terrorist group HAMAS doing business as CAIR to do anything at the Texas State Capitol?
Here are 3 things ALL Texans can do:
- Contact your Texas Legislators (Reps and Senators) HERE and let them know you do not believe Hamas terrorists doing business as CAIR should host any event in the State Capitol.
- Send your Texas Legislators the CAIR is Hamas document found HERE so they know you have your facts in order.
- Contact the Texas Fusion Center at TXFC@dps.texas.gov and report the designated terrorist group Hamas doing business as CAIR will be operating inside the Texas State Capitol on Tuesday January 31, 2023 re: “Muslim Day” and, as a citizen, you expect an investigation to be initiated due to the probable cause found HERE and HERE that CAIR is a Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas organization working to overthrow the Texas Constitution in violation of Title 5, Chapter 557, Section 557.001 of the Texas State Code.