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Military counterterrorism trainer Patrick Dunleavy cleared of CAIR’s accusations and false news. Dunleavy says CAIR owes him an apology.
  "a group of military officers, which included two commissioned officers who serve as Muslim chaplains in the United States Air Force, is complete. Their findings; Nothing in my course curriculum was found to be denigrating to Islam or Muslims."

THE ISSUE AND BACKGROUND REGARDING CAIR'S DEMAND

Patrick Dunleavy is an instructor for a course in the United States Air Force Special Operations School called “The Dynamics of International Terrorism.”  “The Dynamics of International Terrorism,” is offered to active duty, Reserve and Department of Defense civilians.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations issued a letter to AFSOC Commander Lt. Gen. Bradley Webb to demand the Air Force cut its ties with Patrick Dunleavy.  In a press release, CAIR claims Dunleavy is associated with an “anti-Muslim propaganda mouthpiece, and has made a number of false statements betraying a personal prejudice against Islam and Muslims.”  Judicial Watch issued a report titled CAIR orders US Air Force to ditch anti-Muslim counterterrorism instructor.

World Net Daily:   Now, reports Paul Sperry in FrontPage magazine, Dunleavy says he fears his course might not get a fair hearing, because the Pentagon has assigned the review to a Muslim military chaplain who graduated from a radical Saudi-funded Islamic school raided by federal agents after 9/11 on suspicion of terrorist activities.  Dunleavy told Sperry the Pentagon’s original choice for the job was an even more radical military with ties to an imam with a history of ministering to Muslims later convicted of terrorism. 

The Department of Defense’s capitulation to CAIR’s demand to review counterterrorism training is illogical and alarming given CAIR’s terror linked history.   Florida Family Association launced an email campaign that urged military officials to put national security first and ignor terror-linked CAIR's demands. 

Florida Family Association launched an email and social media campaign that encouraged thousands of peopled to urge several defense officials to make national defense a priority over political correctness. 

The Investigative Project published the following article on June 2, 2017 which reports that "group of military officers, which included two commissioned officers who serve as Muslim chaplains in the United States Air Force, is complete. Their findings; Nothing in my course curriculum was found to be denigrating to Islam or Muslims."


Author: ffa   20170603   Category: CAIR  FFA: on
Tags: Patrick Dunleavy
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