This emulates the nazis and the fascists, and how they would harass, bully and intimidate voices of freedom. When the National Socialists took power in Germany in 1933, the brownshirts would attend the classes of anti-nazi professors, intimidating them in just this way. Hamas-CAIR is emulating the nazis in its war on free speech and on all foes of jihad.
CAIR now ‘stalking’ professor it doesn’t like, trespassing in his class Daily Caller, October 11, 2013
On top of its epic struggle to understand the First Amendment, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has now shown that it apparently doesn’t understand elementary trespassing law.
On October 1, Samantha L. Bowden, CAIR’s communication and outreach director in Florida, drove about 80 miles from Tampa, Fla. to Orlando, Fla. to “stalk” University of Central Florida (UCF) professor Jonathan Matusitz by impermissibly sitting in one of his scheduled classes, according to the website Family Security Matters.
“As I started teaching my class, I noticed that a female stranger was sitting at the back of the classroom. That person never asked me if she could enter my class and sit in the back of the classroom,” Matusitz explained, apparently in a police report.
“When I approached her, that person introduced herself as Samantha. Because Samantha is not one of my students, I asked her to leave. In the beginning, she was insisting to stay in my class. I had to ask her a few times before she finally left.”
Matusitz said he realized that Bowden works for CAIR not long after she finally left.
“She is based in Tampa,” the professor added. “She is not a UCF student and never was a UCF student.”
A profile by SaintPetersBlog notes that Bowden is a registered Democrat who spent time volunteering with Rock the Vote and was a “prominent Occupy activist.” She majored in international affairs and geography at the University of South Florida. One day, she hopes to visit the Middle East.
Florida law prohibits trespassing on the campuses of state universities. A specific UCF regulation prohibits trespassing and loitering. “Only students registered for a class may be in attendance in instructional areas unless permission of the instructor is given,” it reads.
CAIR has quite a history of trying to intimidate Matusitz, a tenured communications professor. The Muslim civil liberties group doesn’t like Matusitz’s argument linking Muslim culture to radical Islamic terrorism.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/10/11/cair-now-stalking-professor-it-doesnt-like-trespassing-in-his-class/#ixzz2hnZ900f3