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CAIR, whose founders included top leaders of the IAP and the UASR, can be considered as one of the most effectively camouflaged Brotherhood-related groups in the U.S.
Even though it has portrayed itself to be a civil rights group, and is often described as such by the mainstream press, its top leadership is made up of the IAP and the UASR principals mentioned earlier.
In 1993, for instance, he was the keynote speaker at a banquet co-sponsored by the United Association for Studies and Research (UASR), an organization identified by anti-terrorism experts and Israeli intelligence officials as the political front for the Hamas terrorist group.
NUST is the founding Council Member of the Universities Alliance of the Silk Route (UASR).
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