Terror-Tied CAIR & Hate Group SPLC Join Forces To Intimidate Philanthropic Organizations To Cut Funding To Pro-Freedom Groups
So now they are partners, officially joining forces to cut off the little funding that is left to pro-freedom groups.
The FBI had to sever all ties to CAIR (the Council on American-Islamic Relations) because of their ties to terror groups such as Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood. CAIR advises Muslims not to cooperate with the FBI, and as our ad showed, numerous CAIR officials have been convicted on jihad terror charges.
The SPLC, traffickers in blood libel and incitement to murder, is a hate group that the left counts on to smear, defame and destroy those who are brave enough to oppose their totalitarian agenda. This Soros-funded opposition research smear machine never identifies leftist or Muslim hate groups, and demonizes legitimate opposition to the left’s agenda by lumping it in with neo-Nazis and the KKK.
And now, despite the fact that they have millions of dollars and the enemedia in their pocket, they’re determined to destroy even the last vestiges of resistance, and strong-arm charitable organizations into being too scared to give to groups that oppose jihad violence and sharia oppression. Fascism keeps advancing, while free people cower in fear before it.
WASHINGTON, March 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — On Tuesday, March 10, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) will release a white paper focusing on the role that community foundations can play in denying philanthropic funding to hate groups.
The white paper is a product of a symposium composed of more than three dozen practitioners, advocates and scholars in the philanthropic sector convened in August 2019 by CAIR, SPLC and the American Muslim Fund.
The CAIR/SPLC white paper, titled “Hate-Free Philanthropy,” provides insight into four key areas:
- The Problem of Hate-Funding for Philanthropic Institutions
- Understanding Donor-Advised Funds’ Role in Hate-Funding
- Progress in Other Sectors, Especially the Technology Sector, in Adopting Comprehensive Anti-Hate Policies
- Developing a Shared Framework for Sector-Wide Reform
From the Executive Summary:
“While the problems identified in this paper can be applied to the entire philanthropic sector, this white paper focuses on the role that community foundations can play in combating hate-funding.”
Key Recommendations Include:
- Establish Leadership
- Learn from Other Sectors
- Support Cross-Sector Collaboration
- Support the Hate is Not Charitable Campaign
- Expand Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
- Adopt policies and Establish Best Practices to Guide Peer Institutions
- Establish Variance Power Standards
- Fund Research…
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller