The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which has known ties to the terror organization HAMAS, and is labeled as a terror organization in the United Arab Emirates, targeted Laura Loomer on its Twitter account before Loomer’s Minnesota speaking tour later this week.

“Laura Loomer, a conspiracy theorist who has been booted from Facebook and Twitter largely due to her anti-Muslim rhetoric, is planning to speak at a #Minnesota church on Thursday,” CAIR said, adding the hashtag “Islamophobia.”

The war between Loomer and the radical Islamist organization is once again escalating. Loomer is suing CAIR along with Twitter after it assisted in having her banned from the Big Tech platform in November, where she had 260,000 followers. She was banned after calling Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) “anti-Jewish,” for which there is ample supporting evidence.

While Loomer is banned, CAIR continues to operate freely, despite its well-documented ties to Islamic terrorism. Just last week, the brother of Zahra Billoo, CAIR’s San Francisco director who, according to the Wall Street Journal had a role in Loomer’s Twitter ban, was exposed for calling for the extermination of Jews.

“Oh God, reduce their numbers, exterminate them, and don’t leave a single one alive,” Ahmed Billoo, also known as Ahmed Ibn Aslam, said on his Facebook page, archived here. “He added the hashtag ‘Zionists.’”

Zahra is quite a piece of work herself.

“In 2014, Zahra refused to renounce jihad – the fight against enemies of Islam,” we reported. “She also avowedly supports Sharia law, the most conservative form of Islam, known for human rights abuses like executing gays and treating women as property. In 2015, Zahra insinuated that U.S. police and Israel Defense Forces were worse than ISIS terrorists.”

Zahra was a prominent figure in the Women’s March, too, formerly run by known Jew hater Linda Sarsour.

CAIR seems to have no problem with its members inciting or supporting violence against conservative journalists.

Recently, when reporter Andy Ngo was brutally beaten by Rose City Antifa in Portland, Oregon, the Board Chair of Oregon’s CAIR chapter, Zakir Khan downplayed the attacks by claiming that Ngo wasn’t a journalist, and suggesting that for that reason, it was okay to beat him up in the streets.