Devout Muslims In Key Homeland Security Posts

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  1. texas1willy2

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    In todays climate how is this even possible, it's not like these guys are trying to adapt to America, they are shoving their agenda right down out throat in broad daylight?

    Written by JudicialWatch.org
    SUNDAY, 22 NOVEMBER 2009 06:50
    Days after a devout Muslim terrorized a U.S. Army base in Texas several news reports remind that two key Homeland Security posts are occupied by equally devout Muslims, one of them a former Los Angeles deputy mayor who eliminated a crucial program that tracked terrorist activities in the city.

    The new member is Syrian-born Kareem Shora, who was the national executive director of the Arab-American Anti-Discrimination (ADC), which previously has called on the United States to stop providing Israel with weapons because of alleged “atrocities” against Arabs. Her background for her new security post is having been a legal counsel and advocate for Muslim civil rights.

    Earlier this year President Obama appointed Arif Alikhan to be the nation's Assistant Secretary for Policy Development at the Department of Homeland Security and Kareem Shora to the agency's influential advisory council, which provides recommendations and advice directly to the Secretary of Homeland Security.

    Alikhan, who leads a Homeland Security team responsible for developing policy issues to secure the country against terrorism, has referred to the renowned terrorist organization Hezbollah as a "liberation movement" and was responsible for killing a Los Angeles Police project that monitored terrorist activities in the city's notoriously radical mosques. The defunct Muslim terror tracking plan was designed to identify hotbeds of extremism in an area where several locals offered the September 11 hijackers support.

    Devout Muslims In Key Homeland Security Posts | Homeland Security

    Shora was the head of a well-known Arab organization whose officials refer to anti-U.S. jihadists as heroes. As executive director of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), Shora had close ties to radical Ivy League professor Rashid Khalidi, a Palestinian terror supporter who has reportedly worked on behalf of the extremist Palestine Liberation Organization.

    An Israeli newspaper criticizes Obama for reaching out to Muslims by appointing them to key security posts amid charges he wrongly ignored internal Muslim terror. The passage undoubtedly refers to the Muslim, al Qaeda wannabe Army major (Nidal Malik Hasan) who went on a murderous rampage at Ft. Hood as he chanted "Allahu Akbar!" ("God is great!") in Arabic.

    Days after the massacre, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano was most concerned about preventing a wave of anti-Muslim sentiment in the United States. She vowed that her agency is working hard with groups across the U.S. to deflect any retaliation against Muslims for one man's fury.
     


  2. DCortez

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    IMHO, we need more Glenn Becks, Michelle Malkins, Pat Buchanans, and Charles Krauthammers, to name a few. They are the only ones that seem to call these people out.
     
  3. TXchoctaw

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    I agree, we have allowed ourselves to be castrated by the "PC" crowd....personally, I have gone the opposite way. I call a spade a spade and if you have a problem then tough crap.

    I remember the days when people spoke the truth and it did not create criminals, psychological disorders or low self esteem.

    A winner was a winner and a loser was a loser. We all shook hands, the winners went hiome happy and the losers went home to practice.
     
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    Alikhan,referred to the renowned terrorist organization Hezbollah as a "liberation movement" and was responsible for killing a Los Angeles Police project that monitored terrorist activities in the city's notoriously radical mosques. The defunct Muslim terror tracking plan was designed to identify hotbeds of extremism in an area where several locals offered the September 11 hijackers support.

    Who's side would you be protecting if this is the action you took in that position?
     
  5. Freedom1911

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    Copied this to e-mail and sent out to everyone on my email list.
     
  6. TrailDust

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    This is the element that infuriates and, to a great extent, scares me the most. No matter how radical the foreign extremists, no matter how many Americans they kill, it is the U.S. citizenry that the federal government fears the most.

    BTW, it looks like another black mark must now be added to my already extensive folder being kept by federal agencies. I'm such a bad American.
     
  7. Hawghauler

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    When applying labels to our elected officials or government agencies, when it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, it is mostly likely a duck. If they look like a socialist, talk like a socialist..........well.............
    Like your mother always told you....you are judged by the company you keep.
     
  8. TrailDust

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    Sh********t! My mother is one of them.

    :rofl:
     
  9. midnightrider

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    Take a good look at the Airport Security personnel responsible for ensuring no Terrorist granny's, children, or average guys sneak a bottle opener on a plane. :banghead: sure appears to be a lot of Muslims between to ages of 18 and 28 pulling security.
     
  10. TrailDust

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    Like I said before, I've been through security before where my 10-year-old nephew was all but cavity searched, and some guy wearing a turban (although he did walk through the metal detector) was allowed to pass without so much as asking him to remove his turban in a private room. My Dad has a pacemaker, and they always take him to a private room for an extra thorough search. Apparently a Sikh with a turban and lots of room in there to hide stuff gets a pass from DHS.

    Oh, I almost forgot, American citizens are the enemy...what was I thinking!!!
     

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