Is CAIR on the ropes in Central Ohio? Patrick Poole reports that the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission may be getting a clue.
According to a very reliable source, as a result of my FrontPage report several weeks ago, “Hometown Jihad: Getting By with a Little Help from His (Terrorist) Friends“, CAIR-National vice chairman Ahmad Al-Akhras is on his way out of his cushy government job with the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC), where Al-Akhras is currently assistant director of transportation. Until my article, his MORPC employers were not aware of his close friendships with Al-Qaeda, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Islamic Courts Union and Muslim Brotherhood terrorists or his pro-HAMAS and Hezbollah rallies he has regularly staged here in town.
Apparently things are so bad that not even his good friend, Mayor Michael Coleman, can apparently save him (but Coleman may still keep him on the Community Relations Commission and the Street Car Working Group).
Does this action have anything to do with Franklin County Commissioner Marilyn Brown, the former Public Affairs Director of MORPC, who is handling a crisis of her own with Al-Akhras business partner Abukar Arman, the terror apologist appointed by the commission to sit on the Planning Board that oversees Central Ohio Homeland Security. Then again, it could also be related to Al-Akhras playing hostess to murderous former Iranian dictators (see “A Smile and a Handshake for an Iranian Dictator”).
Previously at LGF:
CAIR Official Assaults LGF Reader