Under the guise of helping schools combat "anti-Muslim bullying" and "Islamophobia," the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)—an Islamist organization that bills itself as a defender of civil rights—has forged relationships with public school districts in at least three states. Campus Watch West Coast representative Cinnamon Stillwell's article on this disturbing trend appears at the Algemeiner.
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In 1993, Ibrahim Hooper, director of strategic communications for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), revealed that his dream of seeing "the government of the United States . . . be Islamic sometime in the future" would come true, not through violence, but "through education." Twenty-five years later, CAIR could be making headway on that goal through its relationships with U.S. public school districts in at least three states.