Thursday, 20 November 2014

Bravo UAE! US group CAIR named as terrorist organization




The following shows a a diplomatic information matter that should have been at least considered to follow by US and EU simultaneously.

While the west is struggling for minorities to feel at home CAIR ultimately represent a very Supremacist and radical view. And now for once we at SDR wish to congratulate the UAE for making giving more space towards diplomacy and common sense than unknowing and blind
politically correct.


CAIR which is a U.S. based pro-Muslim group that enjoys close ties with the Obama administration has landed on one Arab nation's list of terrorist organizations.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) was one of 82 groups around the world designated terrorist organizations by the United Arab Emirates, placing it in the company of Al Qaeda, Islamic State and others. 

While CAIR has previously been linked to Hamas, it has held hundreds of meetings with White House officials on a wide range of community issues and has sought to present itself as a mainstream Muslim organization.




Despite its good standing in Obama´s Washington, CAIR has had its share of controversy. 
In 2007, the organization was named along with 300 others as an un-indicated co-conspirator in a case regarding funding to extremist group Hamas. Its critics have long accused the group of having ties to groups like the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.

Many os Intel and terrorism experts applauded the UAE's designation, saying CAIR is an arm of the Muslim Brotherhood.

“The United Arab Emirates could have banned the Muslim Brotherhood and left it at that,” Ryan Mauro, a national security analyst for the Clarion Project, told FoxNews.com. “Instead, they went the extra mile to call out major Brotherhood affiliates in Europe and the U.S. The point that the UAE is making is that the Brotherhood operates in the West and it is worried about these affiliates' influence on Western policy.

“Federal prosecutors have explicitly named CAIR and MAS as Muslim Brotherhood entities, yet the UAE is expressing more public concern about this than the U.S. does," Mauro added. "Whereas they appear in our media and meet with our officials, the UAE views them as extremists unworthy of being treated as representatives of Muslims.”

CAIR spokesman Ibrahim Hooper said his organization, as well as other Muslims who are against terrorism, are often unfairly portrayed....
Strategic Diplomatic Relations wishes them to go to
UAE and convince them that they too are anti Islam.
Its as absurd as it can get.


The UAE’s list was likely to ratchet up the pressure on the Muslim Brotherhood by lumping it together with extremists such as the Islamic State and Al Nusra, Al Qaeda's affiliate in Syria.

The move follows a decision by Saudi Arabia in March to designate the Brotherhood a terrorist group along with Al Qaeda and others. The Emirates voiced support for the decision at the time, and accused Islamist groups of trying to topple its Western-backed ruling system.

Saudi Arabia and the UAE have taken a firm stance against the Muslim Brotherhood since its ascendance in Egypt in the wake of the Arab Spring, and the oil-rich Gulf neighbors are strong supporters of Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi. He was elected earlier this year after leading the military overthrow of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Officials at the U.S. State Department did not immediately return comment when asked about the UAE’s designation list.



UAE Militant Terrorist Targets expose Nordic threats which have not been taken seriously enough by the Nations them selfs.

The UAE government also listed European groups such as the Finnish Islamic Association, the Muslim Association of Sweden and the Islamic Association in Norway. The U.A.E. cabinet, which released the list on Nov. 15, didn’t provide the criteria for inclusion.

Islamic Relief Worldwide, a U.K.-registered group included in the list, also denied any link to terrorism.

“Islamic Relief is a purely humanitarian organization,” the group said in an e-mailed statement, noting that it works in 31 countries and receives support from several United Nations agencies. 

A poor statement indeed as all os.Intel persons know how little UN has done to stop terrorism, while often being exposed as employing terrosistst them selfs.
Or for covering up for Hamas who has kept arms and explosives at the UN administrated schools, etc....

The U.A.E., an oil-rich federation of seven emirates, has escaped militant attacks as well as the political turmoil that has swept parts of the Middle East since 2011. Like the rest of the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council countries, the country’s rulers might not elected through popular vote, but in the name of fairness they show more results than any so called 
Arabic spring nation that holds at most religious warfare and no functioning infrastructure or law for its citizens. 

We at SDR wish to compliment UAE for being an example on how to go forward in times of total anarchy in the ME and Gulf.


‘Enough Is Enough’
Last year, authorities put on trial 94 suspected members of al-Islah, a local franchise of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, on charges of conspiring to overthrow the government. Al-Islah and a group known as Khalaya Al-Jihad Al-Emirati or Emirati Jihadist Cells, were on the terrorism list, according to the state-run Wam news agency.

The announcement signals that the U.A.E. is going after groups it perceives to be providing ideological and financial backing to militants “as well as groups that carry out direct acts of terrorism,” said Ghanem Nuseibeh, founder of Cornerstone Global Associates, which advises clients on risk in the Middle East.

“The U.A.E. is saying: ‘Enough is enough. We have to deal with the whole ecosystem of terrorism’,” he said by phone from Dubai. Sheikh Mohammed, the U.A.E. premier and the ruler of Dubai, wrote in an editorial in September that military action alone wasn’t enough to destroy extremist groups.


CAIR´s shady past in the US uncovered long ago by law enforcement.



In 2008 the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) warned America that the self proclaimed “Muslim civil-rights” group, CAIR, was really part of the Palestinian terrorist organization the HAMAS. In fact, as we have proven, CAIR, the Council on American Islamic Relations actually functions as the “Special Operations Division” (SOD) of the political department of the HAMAS. 

Part of the CAIR “SOD” functions is to attack with media propaganda any person or organization who analyzes or criticizes CAIR. 

For several years now, CAIR has been able to maintain their non-terrorist Islamic “hue,” that is, until they have become a subject of our ground-breaking series, “Enemies of the State.” 








Links:
Two U.S. Islamic Groups Called Terrorist by U.A.E. - Bloomberg
Muslim Group CAIR Trains Law Enforcement Despite FBI Ban? - Absolute News