This action led organizations such as CAIR and others to file a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) to investigate whether the Clarion Fund is using the contributions of foreign nationals in connection with a United States presidential election.
From coast to coast, newspaper editorials, scholars, and interfaith and civic leaders blasted the "Obsession" film as a piece of hate propaganda that aims to push for a larger global religious war (ironically, it is the same goal of Al-Qaeda terrorists), demonize Islam and Muslims, promote fear in order to influence our presidential election, and provide cover and justification for Israel's brutal and racist practices agaisnt Palestinians.
I strongly suggest that you learn more about "Obsession", the people behind it, and the rebuttal to the false claims it raises.
Visit this excellent website that was announced by CAIR:
The biggest question that remains is whether right-wing Israelis are going to be allowed to decide our next president for us? It is one thing for them to favor a candidate, but it is another thing for them to possibly spend 60 to 70 million dollars in foreign money trying to campaign for such a candidate in America.
This is not a partisan matter. I am certain that most Republicans will join Democrats in rejecting such an blatant and flagrant foreign undermining of our country's presidential election and national integrity, regardless who the intended beneficiary is.
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