The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) awarded the extremist group "Code Pink," the "Community Organization of the Year" award at its 20th Annual Banquet September 27.

The choice was not surprising, considering that the two groups share many of the same goals. Code Pink, which ironically bills itself as a grassroots organization of "women working for peace," has a history of  supporting Hamas and the brutal Iranian regime as well as being anti-American.

CAIR, for its part, is an entity of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood, according to the U.S. Justice Department. More specifically, as confirmed by Muslim Brotherhood documents, CAIR is part of the Brotherhood's Palestine Committee, a secret body that was established to push the agenda of Hamas and the overall Islamist cause.

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