The Council on American-Islamic Relations is at it again. Supposedly an organization built to bridge the social gap between Muslims in the United States and their non-Muslim counterparts, CAIR is once again suing a government institution for their handling of Muslim people.
If that situation already seems at-odds with their apparent message of harmonious co-existence, you may be surprised to find out that the Muslims they're working for are literally criminals.
CAIR and the ACLU are suing Florida prisons for the meals they provide to Muslim prisoners. They climb the meals don't adhere to the strict dietary “needs” of the inmates.
If their goal is for non-Muslim Americans to see their clients as people no different than the rest of the U.S. population, suing the government seems like an odd place to start. Rather, it seems that this is yet another ploy CAIR is using to push their agenda in the U.S.
See CAIR and the ACLU's claims on the next page: