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CAIR continues to try to enforce Sharia law against non-Muslims, sues to censor college over professor’s teaching about Islamist terror history.

The Council on America Islamic Relations (CAIR) continues to relentlessly attempt to enforce the Sharia law prohibition against criticizing Islam even when the facts are correct.  CAIR is suing Scottsdale Community College on behalf of a Muslim student over “an anti-Muslim professor’s unconstitutional condemnations of Islam during a Political Science class.”  CAIR’s COURT COMPLAINT is seeking a restraining order to stop the curriculum about Islamist terror from being taught. 

A restraining order under these circumstances would have devastating consequences for hundreds of non-profit educational organizations and thousands of churches and synagogues that report or teach about Islamist terrorism.  If the judge grants the restraining order CAIR would most certainly file lawsuits across the country seeking to censor a host of organizations, churches and synagogues that counter jihad and the Islamist political agenda in America.  It is more than ironic that Hamas-linked, Muslim Brotherhood-linked and terror-linked Council On American Islamic Relations is suing to censor academic teaching about Islamist terrorism.  It is alarming.

Defendants’ MOTION TO DISMISS states in part:

While it is understandable that Plaintiffs may be upset by discussion of views that they consider to be “radical” or outside the “mainstream” of Islam, censoring academic speech is dangerous, wrong, and antithetical to academic freedom—a “special concern” under the First Amendment.  Indeed, Plaintiffs’ Motion for Preliminary Injunction failed to cite even a single case that has accepted their argument, making it—literally—unprecedented.

Oral argument on the motion to dismiss the petition for a temporary restraining order has been set for August 18, 2020 in Courtroom 506, 401 West Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85003 before Judge Susan M Brnovich.

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send to urge Judge Susan M Brnovich to dismiss this case which strikes at the heart of the first Amendment.

Click here to send your email to Judge Susan M BrnovichFor all email clients because there is only one email address.  YAHOO works best in Yahoo Mobile App, not so well with internet browser.

This email will open in your email browser because U.S.District Courts are blocking normal form emails sent through the Florida Family Association email server and emails with specific Subject Line wording.  If the above link does not open in your email browser or if the email is returned to you please prepare an email using the suggested subject line, content and email addresses provided below. Please feel free to change the wording.

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Please safeguard First Amendment rights in Sabra et al v. Maricopa County Community College

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Honorable Judge Brnovich, I urge you to dismiss the petition for a restraining order in Sabra et al v. Maricopa County Community College District et al.  Such judicial censorship of academic speech is unprecedented.  It would open the door for CAIR to file lawsuits against hundreds of non-profit educational organizations and thousands of churches and synagogues that report or teach about Islamist terrorism.

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United States District Court
Sandra Day O'Connor
U.S. Courthouse, Suite 526401
West Washington Street, SPC 19Phoenix,
AZ 85003-2151
Phone: (602) 322-7540

Author: ffa   20200713   Category: CAIR, Terror  FFA: on

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