CAIR Wants Former Iranian Rev. Guard Fired From Counter Intel Training
The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) has called upon the Department of Defense to drop yet another important counter intelligence trainer from its academy in Elkridge, Maryland. CAIR was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism funding trial in U. S. history, U.S. v. Holy Land Foundation.
The trainer in question – whose writings appear regularly on RadicalIslam.org – goes by the pseudonym "Reza Kahlili.” Khalili is a former member of the dreaded Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps who became a spy for the CIA to save his country from the Islamists.
Kahlili continues to this day to live in the shadows, all the while using his contacts inside the Iranian regime to expose its dangers to the West. You can "see” him and hear his story in the CNN interview with him below:
Kahlili is a tremendous asset to the United States military, yet CAIR finds Kahlili objectionable because he wrote on a website that he "renounced Islam and began the quest to find the real God.”
For the "crime" of exercising his freedom of religion, a freedom denied in many Islamic countries, CAIR is demanding that he be sacked by the Department of Defense and that all his valuable knowledge about counter terrorism be left unused by the next generation charged with the job of keeping America secure.