A national Muslim advocacy group is asking the Air Force to fire an instructor it deems “islamophobic.” The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is pressuring the Air Force to sever its ties with Patrick Dunleavy, who worked in the New York State prison system for 26 years and currently teaches a class in Florida on Muslim radicalization in American prisons.
Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, founder and President of American Islamic forum for Democracy joined Dana Loesch to discuss CAIR's assertions.
"Dana, these people really have no bounds to their exaggeration and their slander and smearing of individuals that are working extra hours, who are working extremely hard to keep our country safe," Jasser said.
Jasser, a Muslim himself, explained that, far from being "Islamophobic," Dunleavy's course educates Air Force personnel about issues critical for them to know on the front-lines.
"They want to suppress the voices of folks like Dunleavy, who actually teach things like we teach in our American Islamic Forum, which is that Muslims need to lead this. He's not anti-Muslim, he's anti-Islamist, which is pro-American," Jasser clarified.