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The FBI: Between a Rock and a Hard Place of Truth

by EDWARD CLINE

…The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) has been the point man in a campaign to eviscerate the ability of the U.S. military, the Bureau and other law enforcement entities to detect and foil Islamic terrorism (or jihad) in the United States. At the behest of CAIR, which accused the Bureau (and other law enforcement entities) of being complicit or encouraging Islamophobia in its training materials, and under pressure from President Barack Obama and the Department of Justice, the Bureau donned politically correct blinders which virtually excluded Islam from being an active threat to American lives and the security of the country. USA TODAY in February 2012 reprinted a story from the Detroit Free Press, “FBI ditches training materials criticized as anti-Muslim”:

After complaints from some Muslim and Arab-American groups, the FBI has pulled more than 700 documents and 300 presentations that stereotyped Islam or were factually inaccurate, an FBI spokesman said. The federal agency also intends in coming weeks to roll out plans on how it will vet training materials.

FBI Director Robert Mueller announced the agency had pulled the documents at a meeting two weeks ago with advocacy groups. “The steps taken by the FBI … are certainly welcomed,” Abed Ayoub, the national director of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, said Friday.

How does one “stereotype” Muslims who subscribe to an ideology that calls for turning the U.S. into an Islamic republic and its non-Muslim citizens into jizya-paying dhimmis? How would one “stereotype” Nazis, or Communists, except to focus on the political ends of an ideology that employs force and extortion to attain political power over a nation?

Not content with having forced the Bureau into submission, CAIR and its allies have also gone after local law enforcement departments. CAIR announced on February 14th 2014:

A prominent national Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization today called on the Culpeper County Sheriff’s Department in Virginia to drop notorious anti-Muslim conspiracy theorist John Guandolo, who is scheduled to offer a three-day program later this month on “Jihadi Networks in America.

“In a letter to the sheriff delivered today, Corey Saylor, director of the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) Department to Monitor and Combat Islamophobia, wrote in part: “Mr. Guandolo has a lengthy record of anti-Muslim extremism and unprofessional behavior. His views on Islam are the equivalent of historical anti-Catholic and anti-Semitic falsehoods. Guandolo offers only his own prejudiced and inaccurate conspiratorial views, not solid counterterrorism training.”

As noted by the Southern Poverty law Center (SPLC), Guandolo is “a disreputable character, who regularly attacks the U.S. government, claims that the director of the Central Intelligence Agency is a secret Muslim agent for the Saudi government and says that American Muslims ‘do not have a First Amendment right to do anything.'”

It was a Wired writer, Spencer Ackerman, who on September 14th 2011, wrote a lengthy report that “exposed” the FBI’s “anti-Muslim” training materials that added fuel to the fire.

The FBI is teaching its counterterrorism agents that “main stream” [sic] American Muslims are likely to be terrorist sympathizers; that the Prophet Mohammed was a “cult leader”; and that the Islamic practice of giving charity is no more than a “funding mechanism for combat.”

At the Bureau’s training ground in Quantico, Virginia, agents are shown a chart contending that the more “devout” a Muslim, the more likely he is to be “violent.” Those destructive tendencies cannot be reversed, an FBI instructional presentation adds: “Any war against non-believers is justified” under Muslim law; a “moderating process cannot happen if the Koran continues to be regarded as the unalterable word of Allah.”

Ackerman provided sixteen pages of PDF images of slides from an FBI presentation on Islam. These pages feature such subjects as “Military Considerations,” “Strategic Themes and Drivers in Islamic Law (Sharia)”, the “Doctrinal Basis for Jihad,” and “Chart Violence and Adherence to Torah, Bible and Koran.” Nothing in those slides contradicts what is known about Islam.

Ackerman’s article was the lit rag on the Molotov cocktail that was tossed by Obama, the DOJ, and CAIR into the Bureau’s counterterrorism training courses.  In fact, comparing the Power Point bullet points in the training materials with what is known about Islam, its 1,400-year history, and especially about the Musim Brotherhood and its allied organizations such as the ISNA, the ICNA, and MSA, it seemed that the Bureau had correctly identified Islam for what it is: a totalitarian ideology.

Ackerman wrote about the “damning” course materials with a gasp of indignation, overlooking the fact that the materials spoke the truth:

The FBI is teaching its counterterrorism agents that “main stream” [sic] American Muslims are likely to be terrorist sympathizers; that the Prophet Mohammed was a “cult leader”; and that the Islamic practice of giving charity is no more than a “funding mechanism for combat….”

“There may not be a ‘radical’ threat as much as it is simply a normal assertion of the orthodox ideology,” one FBI presentation notes. “The strategic themes animating these Islamic values are not fringe; they are main stream.”

Moral: Reading the Aristotelian rule that “A is A” is no guarantee that a person will grasp that A cannot be A and non-A at the same time. If one were able to introduce Ackerman to syphilis-ridden Al Capone as a murdering mobster, he would immediately think that Capone was a persecuted and stereotyped Italian-American, whose syphilis was caused by cultural stress, and call for the FBI to get its mind right….

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