Hamas CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) Oklahoma was not welcome at an anti-terrorism seminar in Oklahoma City on Friday night. However, Adam Soltani, the terrorist chapter's executive director, went anyway. Though not allowed into the chamber to view the seminar, he was allowed to watch it from the gallery of the state capitol. In a defiant move, CAIR is showing that it will use any means of force necessary to make a point. From stalking, to open harassment of anyone or any group it deems "Islamophobic," this organization means to throw its weight around and intimidate anyone it sees as a threat.
Adam Soltani, Hamas Cair Oklahoma
Adam Soltani, Hamas CAIR Oklahoma executive director, made a spectacle at an anti-terrorism seminar at the state capitol in Oklahoma City Friday night. In a move characteristic of Islamic thugs, he showed up at the meeting that he was specifically barred from. The anti-terrorism seminar was for law enforcement officials, but that didn't stop Mr. Soltani, and his posse from creating a scene.
A training seminar at the capitol for law enforcement officers, comes under fire from a Muslim advocacy group who says speakers at the event were nothing more than anti-Muslim extremists.
How did Mr. Soltani get into the seminar? Here is an except from the Hamas CAIR press release.
The day-long seminar at the capitol was closed to the public and our cameras, but one man who wasn't supposed to be there, managed to make it inside.
Soltani tried on Friday to register and pay to attend the seminar, sponsored by the Oklahoma Counterterrorism Caucus, but was told the seminar was full.
Organizers initially put out a House news release saying the seminar was for law enforcement agents and was open to the public but later said the part regarding the public was in error.
Oklahoma is one state that has a grasp on Sharia. In spite of it's voter amendment ban on Sharia law, which was permanently blocked by a U.S. judge in August 2013, the state's law enforcement community knows the threat that Islam poses, and they were quite vocal about it at the seminar.
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Earlier in the week, Soltani criticized the seminar, saying some of the speakers were anti-Muslim. He also questioned why police participants were able to get Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training continuing education credit for attending.
Sheryl Siddiqui of Tulsa, a spokeswoman for Hamas Cair said, "Oklahoma Muslims need Oklahoma law enforcement officers to know the difference between constructive, contributing, law-abiding citizens versus al-Qaida and other terrorists."
November 3, 2013