Thursday, June 23, 2011

Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) stripped of tax-exempt status

CAIR claims to be a "Muslim-American civil rights group." For some reason, they have been withholding their donor lists from the IRS. This has cost them their tax-exempt status. Many believe CAIR to be a front group for Hamas.
(IPT) — Donations to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) no longer are tax deductible after the organization was among 275,000 tax-exempt organizations purged earlier this month by the Internal Revenue Service.

The groups failed to file required annual reports, known as form 990s, detailing their revenues and expenses, for three consecutive years. CAIR had been a non-profit on its own, but in 2007, the IRS approved a separate tax-exempt CAIR Foundation. The foundation never filed any subsequent reports. Both the foundation and CAIR national are on the purge list.

1 comment:

huemaurice7 said...

1 157 euros of retirement without having contributed or even worked in France!
Any person who arrives in France, without there have never even set foot, may claim, if it has 65, at 709 euros in pension per month, or even 1 157 euros if she lives as a couple
It is:
more pension to average of our farmers after a career complete.
more than the pension of the majority of our merchants and artisans,
more than the pension of many employees and workers.
It simply means that our pension funds pay more often in people who have never contributed, nor participated in the economy of our country that to their own affiliates, who have often worked all their life.
This aberrant device boasted black and white in the "Live in France" home booklet issued by the Department of Immigration to newcomers.
It is banging his head against the wall: it is sufficient for a person of at least 65 years who arrives in France to quietly go knock on the door of social services to immediately have right to 709 € ($1,011.51) per month, or even 1 157 euros ($1,650.59) if she lives as a couple.
This is very unfair to French pensioners, who see at the same time their constant business pension that their cash sink into the red.
If one adds to this that the Cnav pays pensions to abroad without any control, to the point that the Court of Auditors denouncing the payment of pensions to deaths, especially Algeria (but without proposing any remedy), it cannot see that our pension system is open to all winds: unjustified benefits, fraud etc.