Hamas-linked CAIR knows how to play these local police associations like a cheap fiddle. They know that these police officials don’t know anything about Islam, and so if they claim that a presentation is “racist” and “bigoted,” they will likely succeed in getting it canceled. The fact that they claim this about any and every presentation that speaks honestly about how jihadis use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and supremacism has not filtered down to local police associations and departments.
David Bores should explain to Georgia police officials that CAIR is an unindicted co-conspirator in a Hamas terror funding case — so named by the Justice Department. CAIR officials have repeatedly refused to denounce Hamas and Hizballah as terrorist groups. Several former CAIR officials have been convicted of various crimes related to jihad terror. CAIR’s cofounder and longtime Board chairman (Omar Ahmad), as well as its chief spokesman (Ibrahim Hooper), have made Islamic supremacist statements about how Islamic law should be imposed in the U.S. (Ahmad denies this, but the original reporter stands by her story.) CAIR chapters frequently distribute pamphlets telling Muslims not to cooperate with law enforcement. CAIR has opposed virtually every anti-terror measure that has been proposed or implemented and has been declared a terror organization by the United Arab Emirates. A CAIR operative recently called for the overthrow of the U.S. government.
That ought to be enough to keep any law enforcement officials from allowing Hamas-linked CAIR from dictating who can speak to them and who can’t. But it usually isn’t.
“‘Islam in America’ course not approved yet for credit,” by Ellen Eldridge, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, March 8, 2018:
After complaints about a course for law enforcement officials were received by officials, both the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council — which oversees the Barrow County and other sheriff’s offices in the state — and the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police said they would re-evaluate the course before offering credit.
Ken Vance, the executive director of POST said Friday that Thursday’s course in Barrow has not been determined as eligible for credit. He said they decided to re-evaluate the course work given by David Bores and expects to make a decision within the week.
“We do our due diligence in investigating complaints,” Vance told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “We have not given credit for that course.”
The course, called “Islam in America,” was pulled earlier by the GACP, Executive Director Frank Rotondo said. He said he spoke to Bores about negative feedback he had received from a chief who’d attended the course.
The most recent negative feedback came Thursday, when Council on American-Islamic Relations Executive Director Edward Ahmed Mitchell said he and eight Muslims, including a Barrow County resident, were prevented by Sheriff Jud Smith from attending.
Mitchell shared email correspondence, obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia, with Smith and Bores, a former Woodstock police chief. In the first email chain, Bores approves of the idea of inviting church staff and security members to attend the training.
Two additional email chains show Smith denying CAIR Georgia’s request for Georgia Muslims to attend the course, Mitchell said. The reason, Smith said, was that the audience was limited to law enforcement and “leaders of places of worship” within the county.
Smith stands by his statement that the class is not anti-Muslim and that Bores does not believe all Muslims are violent. He cites specific examples of events that could inform law enforcement officials on detecting signs to keep the community safe….