The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on WND Politics
San Diego school officials insist they have ended their partnership with the Council on American-Islamic Relations to combat bullying and “Islamophobia” among students, but five families who have filed suit over the program contend they have evidence the initiative continues through an informal relationship with the controversial Muslim group.
The families filed a motion in the case Tuesday asking for a temporary order to halt the initiative and the San Diego Unified School District’s partnership with CAIR, a group founded by members of the Muslim Brotherhood, according to FBI evidence presented in a Hamas-funding case in which CAIR was named an unindicted co-conspirator.
The Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund, which is representing the families,
cited documents obtained in a public-records request that show district officials, including Superintendent Cynthia Marten, met with CAIR officials to continue the relationship informally on the same day the board