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Dozens of lawsuits used to hide 'Islamic realities'
The Council on American-Islamic Relations, which according to FBI evidence was founded by the Egyptian-based, Saudi-funded Muslim Brotherhood, has filed more than 150 lawsuits over a two-year period that have been aimed at stifling speech – all with the goal of hiding "Islamic realities," according to a think tank's report.
CAIR has been described by authorities as a front group for Hamas to promote Islam in the U.S.
It was the Florida-based national security think tank Citizens for National Security that released the report, "Council on American-Islamic Relations: Its Use of Lawfare and Intimidation" to every member of Congress.
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