An “inside the Beltway” public interest group on Friday accused the bigwigs at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of refusing to provide documents about alleged meetings between the intelligence agency and the largest Islamic terrorist apologist group in the United States, whose leaders were listed as un-indicted co-conspirators in a radical Islamic terrorism investigation.
Just as it successfully nudged the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to remove material it objected to, the Council on American Islamic Affairs (CAIR) had set its sights on the CIA and, according to an organization skilled in weeding out government corruption, Judicial Watch, leaders from both CAIR and the CIA held meetings to discuss Muslims’ objections to training and strategy materials used by intelligence officials and their officers.
When Judicial Watch filed Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests with the CIA for records of those meetings, officials at the spy agency refused to comply with those requests for the actual complaints of “anti-Islamic content in any educational or training material and any meetings the agency may have had with CAIR to discuss it.
Judicial Watch’s FOIA requests were part of an ongoing JW investigation into a powerful Islamist influence operation aimed at our government and Constitution. According to Islamic terrorism expert Steve Emerson, CAIR was an “un-indicted co-conspirator” into the Holy Land Foundation, a front group for radical Muslim terrorist groups in the Middle East. CAIR’s current mission is to pressure American law enforcement agencies at the federal, state and local government level to cease using politically incorrect material in training future special agents and law enforcement officers.