According to a new report released by the Muslim Brotherhood affiliated Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, we’re all ‘Islamophobic.’ Liberals, conservatives, libertarians, communists. Everyone. All of us. All Islamophobes. CAIR’s latest blacklist is a product of a collaborative project that includes cartoonish-sounding and rather cliche Leftist social justice organizations.

Conservative Review (CR) reports:

“Confronting Fear: Islamophobia and its Impact on the U.S. 2013-2015” is a joint project of CAIR and the U.C. Berkeley Center for Race and Gender meant to outline the funding streams for, and cast aspersions on, what it calls “The U.S. Islamophobe Network.” This list boasts 33 “inner core” and 41 “outer core” groups, while offering “a four-point strategy designed to achieve a shared American understanding of Islam in which being Muslim carries a positive connotation.”

CAIR’s “inner core” consists of “[g]roups whose primary purpose is to promote prejudice against or hatred of Islam and Muslims and whose work regularly demonstrates Islamophobic themes,” while the “outer core” is made up of “[g]roups whose primary purpose does not appear to include promoting prejudice against or hatred of Islam and Muslims, but whose work regularly demonstrates or supports Islamophobic themes.”

As CR notes, “Essentially, it’s a hit job on anyone who has ever dared say anything negative about radical Islam and has ever been willing to speak up against it.”

The sheer extent of the list underscores the fact that CAIR and its affiliates don’t really have a concrete metric to identify “Islamophobia.” Rather, the group uses McCarthyite tactics to silence any and all dissent not just against pundits who deconstruct jihadism, but those that dare criticize the 7th century faith of Islam.

Here’s just a small sampling of who’s on CAIR’s creepy blacklist (read the full report here):

  • Adelson Family Foundation*
  • Allegheny Foundation*
  • American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ)
  • American Family Association
  • American Islamic Leadership Coalition
  • Bible Believers*
  • Cherna Moskowitz Foundation*
  • Christian Action Network**
  • Christian Broadcasting Network
  • Concerned Women for America*
  • Donors Capital Fund
  • Eagle Forum
  • Endowment for Middle East Truth
  • Family Security Matters
  • F.M. Kirby Foundation*
  • Fox News Channel
  • FrontPage Magazine*
  • Glenn Beck Program*
  • Government is Not God PAC*
  • HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher*
  • Joyce and Donald Rumsfeld Foundation*
  • Klarman Family Foundation*
  • Liberty Counsel
  • Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation
  • Mark Levin Show
  • National Christian Foundation*
  • National Review
  • Newton D. and Rochelle F. Becker Foundation
  • Oak Initiative
  • Randolf Foundation*
  • Really Big Coloring Books, Inc*
  • Reclaiming America for Christ*
  • Rush Limbaugh Show
  • Russell Berrie Foundation
  • Sarah Scaife Foundation*
  • Savage Nation
  • Security Solutions International
  • Traditional Values Coalition
  • Truth in Love Project*
  • Washington Times
  • WND

The list spares no one. Everyone from Bill Maher to Mark Levine has been awarded a coveted spot on CAIR’s Islamophobia blacklist. Also included are children’s charity organizations, Christian support groups, conservative publications, liberal talk shows, and foreign policy think tanks.

As The Daily Wire reported, CAIR is listed as a terrorist group by a wide array of foreign governments, including many Arab governments. Specifically, CAIR is accused of being an offshoot of Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Hamas “indirectly created CAIR and the two groups remain tight,” according to National Review. “In 1994, CAIR head Nihad Awad publicly declared his support for Hamas; the Holy Land Foundation (HLF), a Hamas front group, contributed $5,000 to CAIR; in turn, CAIR exploited the 9/11 attacks to raise money for HLF; and, this past August, demonstrators at a CAIR-sponsored rally in Florida proclaimed ‘We are Hamas!’”

Moreover, CAIR has launched a jihad of censorship against human rights activists, women’s rights advocates, and liberal Islamic reformers. It was only a matter of time before they came after the free press in the United States.