July 2, 2013
“Blind to terror”
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On June 13th, we alerted you to an important report issued by counterterrorism expert Patrick Poole entitled “Blind to Terror: The U.S. Government’s Disastrous Muslim Outreach Efforts and the Impact on U.S. Middle East Policy.”
If you didn’t take a look at this stunning analysis of how both Republican and Democratic administrations have enabled our enemies, we strongly encourage you to do so today.
What’s more, after you read it, please forward the link to people you know in law enforcement, government, the media, and academia. They need to understand what’s happening!
Here are a few eye-opening excerpts from this remarkable report:
- “…when the FBI raided a South Florida mosque and arrested its imam and his son for financially supporting the Taliban…the rules required law enforcement officials to remove their shoes before entering the mosque and prohibiting police canines from the property. The common sense of these new rules undoubtedly would have been put to the test had the subjects tried to flee to be pursued by shoeless federal agents.”
- “The Homeland Security counterterrorism training guidelines specifically cites MPAC as the sole non-government source for ‘best practices in CVE [countering violent extremism] training and community policing.’” MPAC is a Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated organization.
- “The current author [Poole] was informed by the same senior Department of Justice official that the planned prosecution of a dozen different [Islamic] leaders on racketeering, money laundering, obstruction of justice, tax evasion, and naturalization fraud was dropped by the orders of high-ranking officials…Among those set to be prosecuted were leaders of ISNA…” ISNA president Mohamed Majid is an advisor to the White House, and ISNA was an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation terrorism financing trial.
- “When congressional oversight committees tried to investigate the purged FBI training materials, concerned that national security interests were being sacrificed to political correctness and unduly influenced by terror-tied Islamic organizations, the FBI refused to disclose the training materials that had been purged and promptly moved to classify all such materials.”
- “More recently, Congressman Louie Gohmert challenged the removal of these terms from the FBI’s ‘Counterterrorism Analytical Lexicon,’ including ‘jihad,’ ‘Islam,’ and even ‘Hamas,’ ‘Hizbollah,’ and ‘al-Qaida,’ in a floor speech in the House of Representatives. The very next day, FBI representatives contacted Gohmert’s staff, claiming that the lexicon he cited didn’t even exist. Those same representatives quickly retreated when it was confirmed that hard copies had been distributed to all counterterrorism agents in the field, electronic copies resided on the FBI’s intranet, and after the current author [Poole] reported the matter and posted an electronic copy of the FBI’s lexicon online.”
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