Last month, the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-SFBA) advertised on its website an event it was having calling on its followers to refuse to speak with the FBI. This action – a blatant attempt to hinder federal government investigative efforts – warrants a closer look into who's running the chapter and their motives for committing such an offense, including their support for and involvement with terrorists.
On January 17, 2011, CAIR Spokesman and Legislative Director Corey Saylor appeared as a guest on Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor to discuss how one of CAIR's local chapters had placed on its website a graphic calling on its followers to refuse to talk with the FBI, an idea that CAIR has been promoting for at least the last three years (See 'CAIR's Anti-Law Jihad').
The ad featured a shadowy figure, labeled "F.B.I.," walking down the street, whilst doors of homes are slamming shut. The headlines on it read, "BUILD A WALL OF RESISTANCE" and "DON'T TALK TO THE F.B.I." It was hastily pulled from CAIR-SFBA's site, following a public uproar.