In 2013, Citizens For National Security (CFNS) published the book Council on American-Islamic Relations: Its Use of Lawfare and Intimidation. Since then, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has continued to exert a powerful influence on U.S. polity, duplicitously describing itself as “…the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization… .” Recognizing CAIR's continued threat to American liberties, CFNS leadership is publishing this follow-on book, updated as of mid-2020, and with several key differences. The 2013 book relied heavily upon input from anti-Jihadist sources. Their information was not necessarily incorrect; in fact, much of it was and still is invaluable. But, due to their self-proclaimed agenda, it was dismissed by CAIR and its supporters as “racist,” “Islamophobic,” and “conspiracy theories.” 20-20 View cites primary sources predominantly, including court documents, congressional testimony and CAIR’s own words, clearly referenced in almost 150 footnotes, and may be read in conjunction with the 2013 edition or as a stand-alone book.