Whistleblower: Islamic Groups Control Narrative Of American Law Enforcement

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From Pamela Geller

I have reported on this infiltration for years. I reported on it extensively in my book, Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance. Obama has partnered with error-tied groups like CAIR, ISNA, MAS. have The stealth jihad in the information battle-space has led to the vigorous enforcement of blasphemy laws under the sharia. Under Islamic law, it is prohibited to criticize Islam.

The Obama administration is sharia compliant at all costs. Their number one priority is to protect Islam even when it puts American lives at risk. The cold-blooded slaughter of Americans in the homeland by Muslims has not tempered Obama’s sharia enthusiasm. On the contrary, Garland, Fort Hood, Chattanooga, UCMED, San Bernardino etc have accelerated it.

“Whistleblower: Islamic Groups Control Narrative Of American Law Enforcement,” By Gini Thomas, Daily Caller, December 21, 2015

When the name of the terrorist group that the San Bernardino extremists — Sayed Farook and Tashfeen Malif — were affiliated with became public, a retired Department of Homeland Security employee, whose work was shut down out of fear of offending Muslims, sat up straight in his chair.

“That’s my case,” he exclaimed, hearing al-Huda and Tablighi Jamaat — both movements a part of the Deobandi movement within Islam.

Trained as an entomologist, retired DHS employee Philip Haney used his skills of observation and attention to detail at the Customs and Border Protection agency to keep Americans safe from violent jihadists. Haney says it all comes down to “follow the trail, find the nest.”

But under pressure from the Department of State, which received letters like this one from external civil liberties groups that advocate for less scrutiny of Muslim groups, Haney’s superiors closed down his work on the Deobandi movement and many other potential terrorist groups.
Back in 2012, seven officials from the Department of State and the Department of Homeland Security’s Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Division (CRCL) found Haney’s work objectionable, leading to the 2012 effort to close his work down as the civil rights of foreign nationals could be violated.

“The administration was more concerns about the civil rights and liberties of foreign Islamic groups with terrorist ties than the safety and security of Americans,” Haney says. Read More

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