FBI Agent Says U.S. Has Terror Evidence Against Islamic Group CAIR
Even as the director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) scolded Americans for being “partially” responsible for the cold-blooded slaughter of 14 by ISIS supporters, a veteran FBI agent has revealed that the United States Department of Justice has chosen to pass on terrorism charges against the Muslim group.
John Guandolo, a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and U.S. Army Ranger School who has acquired an impressive record of service in the war on terror serving in the field as a Marine commander in Iraq before joining the counter-terrorism division of the FBI investigating U.S. front groups for the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas, has published a book based on those experiences, “Raising a Jihadi Generation: Understanding the Muslim Brotherhood Movement in America.”
In the text, Guandolo says, “There is enough evidence to indict CAIR, but the government chose not to do so at this time.”
The counter-terrorism expert who served on the FBI’s SWAT team and received the “Defender of the Homeland” award by United States Sens. Joseph Lieberman and John Kyl, states, “CAIR is Hamas.”
Guandolo says that President Obama’s administration has deliberately refrained from addressing the roots and activities of CAIR despite the naming of the Muslim group as an unindicted co-conspirator for its participation in meetings with the Holy Land Foundation, five officials of which were convicted of funneling $12.4 million to the Palestinian terror organization, Hamas.
The FBI terminated relations with CAIR as a result of its close affiliation with Hamas.
Secret Service logs reveal that CAIR officials have been welcomed at the Obama White House, and the group has many political supporters among Washington D.C. Democrats.
Guandolo said, “people advising us are the leaders of the organizations that are Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, al-Qaeda who are necessarily hostile to our system, our war fighting, our way of life. That’s the problem.”
CAIR continues to deny any ties to terrorism and accuses Guandolo of being an “Islamophobe.”