The UAE and the Democratic-CAIR terror axis via Geller Report

Via Geller Report

The UAE and the Democratic-CAIR terror axis

By Pamela Geller – on September 14, 2020 CAIR: US TERROR GROUP 2019

The UAE published a list of 82 designated terrorist groups. Nestled between al-Qaeda and Islamic State (ISIS) was the Council on American Islamic Relations, or CAIR, a group with deep ties to the Democratic Party.

Everybody knows terro=tied CAIR is a front for Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood. It’s why they have special status with the Democrat party of treason

The UAE and the Democratic-CAIR partnership

Given the inroads CAIR and its allies have made in the progressive wing of the Democratic Party, it is hard to imagine a Biden administration building on the developing ties between Israel and Arab countries.

By Caroline Glick

(September 13, 2020 / JNS) The U.S.-brokered peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, which is scheduled to be finalized this week at the White House, strikes a major blow to the twin forces of Islamic imperialism and terror in the Middle East: the Sunni Muslim Brotherhood and the Shi’ite regime in Iran. The tripartite alliance between the United States, Israel and the UAE, openly supported by Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco, gives an institutional structure to a pro-American regional bloc of moderate, anti-jihadist governments all with proven track records of action against the Muslim Brotherhood, Iran and their surrogates.

Based as it is on shared interests, the Israel-UAE alliance is likely to persevere in the years to come. But America’s continued participation in the alliance is significantly tied to the outcome of the presidential elections.

In 2014, the UAE published a list of 82 designated terrorist groups. Nestled between al-Qaeda and Islamic State (ISIS) was the Council on American Islamic Relations, or CAIR, a group with deep ties to the Democratic Party.

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