The CAIR Observatory
Documenting the activities of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) as an unregistered foreign agent
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by admin on December 31, 2008
in 2008,Form - 990s,Georgia
by admin on December 31, 2007
in 2007,Form - 990s,Georgia
by admin on December 31, 2006
in 2006,Form - 990s,Georgia
by admin on December 31, 2005
in 2005,Form - 990s,Georgia
by editor on December 5, 2005
in 2005,Georgia,Tax Exempt Correspondence
by editor on March 21, 2005
by editor on March 3, 2005
by editor on October 29, 2004
in 2004,Form - 1023s,Georgia
in 2004,Form - 8718s,Georgia
by editor on January 18, 2004
in 2004,Georgia,Information Materials
by editor on October 4, 2002
in 2002,Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws,Georgia
View all letters at the Center for Security Policy Letter Campaign page.
CAIR 16th Annual Banquet.
CAIR qualifies under FARA as a foreign agent in part because it has taken cash, loans, pledges of donations and real property from foreign principals. View all source documents at the Foreign Funding Transactions page.
Latest Update on Foreign Funding:
Hooper admits contributions from Saudi and UAE Embassies
CAIR has acted as a foreign agent of several Middle Eastern countries. View all source documents at the Meetings and Coordination page.
CAIR has consistently acted in its role as a foreign agent to influence agencies and officials of the United States government. View all source documents at the Influence Operations page.
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