People saying a Muslim advocacy group has bonds with terrorists protested at the University of Oklahoma on Saturday.
As the Oklahoma Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, prepared to screen a documentary on Islam, about a dozen people with Oklahomans Against CAIR Hate assembled to protest what they said were the other group's ties to terrorism.
"I'm not against Muslims and I'm not racist," said protest leader Cindy Crenshaw. "I'm protesting CAIR. They have proven ties to terrorists and court cases where leaders are in jail."