FBI Official: Illinois Imam Wouldn’t Pass Background Check

The imams. The people most likely to spread Islamic ideology as Muhammid practiced it. That’s a problem. via IPT:

The FBI’s top agent in Chicago told Illinois State Police (ISP) officials that an imam under consideration to be the agency’s first Muslim chaplain wouldn’t pass a background test if it were up to his agency.

That comment came before the State Police initially approved Imam Kifah Mustapha’s appointment in 2009, a move they later rescinded after the Investigative Project on Terrorism published an article documenting Mustapha’s connections to a Hamas-support network.

Mustapha is suing the ISP claiming it violated his 1st and 4th Amendment rights in withdrawing its offer for the chaplain’s position. The suit claims the IPT report was flawed and the state had no legitimate grounds to reject him. As part of the lawsuit, Mustapha wants to see ISP and FBI records related to its background check of him.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office argued those records are protected from disclosure, in a motion filed Wednesday. In it, the government said FBI Chicago Special Agent-in-Charge (SAC) Rob Grant had “several” conversations with ISP officials before Mustapha’s appointment in which he advised the ISP of Mustapha’s worrisome background.

“In each conversation, SAC Grant stated that Mustapha would not pass an FBI background check if he applied for an FBI chaplain position and then proceeded to explain the bases for his opinion,” the motion said.

Mustapha’s supporters say the ISP’s decision was “based on suspicion and paranoia,” which they blame on the IPT report. The story cited internal documents from the support network, called the Palestine Committee, which became public during a 2008 prosecution, and other court records.

Grant’s statements to ISP officials conducting the background check indicate the IPT story was not the first time the police had heard of Mustapha’s questionable background.

There is no reason to believe the information in the conversations could help prove Mustapha’s claim that the ISP’s decision was based on “discriminatory” reasons, wrote Assistant U.S. Attorney Patrick Johnson. “Indeed, SAC Grant’s advice to ISP that Mustapha would not pass an FBI background check if he applied for an FBI chaplain position strongly suggests just the opposite.”

Much more, read it all via FBI Official: Illinois Imam Wouldn’t Pass Background Check :: The Investigative Project on Terrorism.

12 Responses

  1. Do these people understand that he who sits in our white house would not pass a back ground check either? So Chicago is trying to follow laws now?,..Gee,..80 years to late,…hows that Rham working out for ya?

  2. O’Fraud Obama can’t pass a security check because he is an illegal alien and he is in our WH.

    Renegade govt thugs.

  3. all federal and state employees,whether elected or employed should have a background check………….. ((( The anti-christ is and has always been Islam)))

  4. I see the same projection of muslimites worst characteristics on the F.B.I. and United States’ law enforcement branches Raymond Ibrihim outlined when he wrote about muslims in the middle east. Indeed, it is not to the heroes of the islamic revolution to recognize change in their enemies. This would mean rebuilding the hate wall surrounding the colonies in the U.S.

  5. I didn’t know there was such a thing as a muslin chaplain thought that was reserved for christian or jewish people.Do they have a lot State Police that are muslin, god save Illinois and her Christian Citizens. ((( iSLAM IS AND HAS ALWAYS BEEN THE ANTI-CHRIST)))

  6. [...] Read more here: FBI Official: Illinois Imam Wouldn't Pass Background Check … [...]

  7. I know that some of these background checks can turn up to be false positives. Maybe that was the case with this person here. I was under the impression that these background checks were done by professionals. Are they not done that way?

  8. Assistant U.S. Attorney Patrick Johnson, Mustapha just wants copies of documents to find out who spoke against him so that his organization, mohammadanism, can kill them. This is explicitly mandated in his instruction manual, the koran.

  9. [...] Obama would not be able to pass one, either…FBI Official: Illinois Imam Wouldn’t Pass Background Check [...]

  10. Background checks on government officials and even employees are vital to ensure a safe, eligible, and complete services from them.

  11. [...] Muhammad and his Companions. “Putting belief into action” – Siraj Wahhaj,  Mustafa Hosny (مصطفى حسني) & Kifah Mustapha (that’s one unindicted co-conspirator to the 93 WTC bombing & one Hamas-linked Muslim banned by the Illinois State Police) [...]

  12. [...] Don’t forget that the Illinois State Police rescinded Muslim Brotherhood-linked chaplain Kifah Mustafa’s post but the FBI Escorted the Known Hamas Operative Through Top-Secret National Counterterrorism Center even though an FBI Official Said Illinois Imam Wouldn’t Pass Background Check. [...]

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