DHS guidelines advise deference to pro-shariah Muslim supremacists

Just like the IRS.

via The Daily Caller, Homeland Security: Respect pro-Shariah Muslim supremacists. (as if there were anti-sharia Muslim supremacists)

The Department of Homeland Security, which under Secretary Janet Napolitano has shown a keen interest in monitoring and warning about outspoken conservatives, takes a very different approach in monitoring political Islamists, according to a 2011 memo on protecting the free speech rights of pro-Shariah Muslim supremacists.

Political Islamists? Are there non-political Islamists? More redundancy and linguistic gymnastics to describe followers of Islam.

In a checklist obtained by The Daily Caller entitled “Countering Violent Extremism Dos and Don’ts” the DHS’s Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties notifies local and national law enforcement officials that it is Obama administration policy to consider specifically Islamic criticism of the American system of government legitimate.

This policy stands in stark contrast to the DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis’ 2009 memo “Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment” [pdf], which warned of the dangers posed by pro-life advocates, critics of same-sex marriage and groups concerned with abiding by the U.S. Constitution, among others.

DHS CRCL CVE Training – Dos and Donts

The checklist also advised against using moderate Muslim “trainers who are self-professed ‘Muslim reformers’” because they “may further an interest group agenda instead of delivering generally accepted, unbiased information.”

The Homeland Security document also seems to discount evidence unearthed by the Justice Department about the aims of some mainstream Muslim organizations, warning law enforcement not to rely on “unsubstantiated theories” and “conspiracies,” such as the belief that “many mainstream Muslim organizations have terrorist ties” or are “fronts for Islamic political organizations whose true desire is to establish Sharia law in America.”

The manual advises trainees not to assume Muslim Americans are “using democratic processes, like litigation and free speech, to subvert democracy and install Sharia law.”

In fact, the Justice Department proved that some very prominent Muslim organizations do have terror ties in a 2009 case and that they share the Muslim Brotherhood’s goal of Shariah law. “The government has produced ample evidence to establish the associations of CAIR [Council on American-Islamic Relations], ISNA [Islamic Society of North America], NAIT [North American Islamic Trust], with the Islamic Association for Palestine, and with Hamas,” U.S. District Court Judge Jorge Solis said in the July 1, 2009 ruling.

Tim Clemente, a former FBI agent who hunted Anwar Al-Awlaki and who has worked with Muslims to help stop terrorist plots, told The Daily Caller the government overdoes its sensitivity. Clemente says that the Muslim community “needs a realization, not necessarily a reformation,” that only it can stop terrorist attacks.

Read it all and closely examine the DHS memo linked at Daily Caller.

Keen eyes will immediately note some of the absurd recommendations, particularly the don’ts such as:

dhs-memoOf course not, why would anyone who wants to counter violent extremism want to “venture too deep into the weeds of religious doctrine and history” particularly when Muslim jihadists – the impetus for creating DHS – cite religious doctrine as their justification.

And agree with him or not, Zudhi Jasser seems to be on to something when he tweets:

jasserMaybe he looked at the links at the bottom of the memo:

dhs-memo1The LA Sheriff’s Dept (if anyone, TrentoVision?, can get that video we’d love to see and post it). See LA Sheriff Lee Baca’s multiple Muslim Outreach programs

The MPAC. See Salam Al- Marayati Head Of Terror Supporting MPAC To Be Panelist At DHS Conference

The Homeland Security Advisory Council. See DHS: Napolitano Swears in Freedom and Justice Foundation President and Chief Executive Officer Mohamed Elibiary to Homeland Security Advisory Council. The Muslim Brotherhood also uses the Freedom and Justice name.

It becomes quite clear why the government cannot protect its citizens: it doesn’t want to.

16 thoughts on “DHS guidelines advise deference to pro-shariah Muslim supremacists

  1. It has been abundantly clear for quite some time now that the entirety of the (o)bama regime doesn’t have the nation’s best interests and safety at heart. This is not mere naivety on their part but rather a willful, sustained attack upon the nation’s very existence as a free constitutional republic. In other words, sedition, treason, and other high crimes and misdemeanors. Each and all members of this regime, including the frog-faced dyke at DHS, need to be taken into custody, tried, convicted, and duly sentanced upon a finding of guilt to the gurney and needle.

    God I loath them!

    • Randy, well said! Particularly love your description of the bullying, traitorous hag heading the D.H.S.!

      Isn’t it strange how all the obama gang “know nothing” (Shultz?) or “I wasn’t there”, etc., re Benghazi, I.R.S. scandals? As one GOP member said: “Replies like that wouldn’t go down very well if they were audited by the IRS!

  2. This evidence clearly points out the Extreme Atheists in the Democratic Party are causing the USA to fulfill Rev 18:2, which foretold that Babylon the great would become a prison for every hateful bird, which includes the extreme Atheists and the Muslims they are bringing to the USA to build an voter base among and include their anti-Christians presence in the face of Christians and Jews in their anti-Christian agenda in the USA. The Extreme Atheists in the Democratic Party intend to fully over throw the Judea Christian based Democracy in the USA and fully implement a anti-Christian Socialist government in the USA. The Extreme Atheists have already partially implemented the anti-Christian government in the USA, through the redefinition of separation of church and state, which censors what Christians can and cannot say while they are employed by or attend a tax payer funded institution or hold public office. Their anti-Christian government can be seen in their censoring what science can and cannot be taught in the public schools and colleges, which they are doing to protect and further their plan to establish Atheism as the national religion in the USA. It can also be seen in their endeavor to censor what Christian students can and cannot say while they attend public schools and colleges.

    • There really isnt such a thing as “Judeo-Christian” because the two religions are completely opposite in all their beliefs and doctrines.

      “Judeo-Christian” is like saying “Judeo-Hindu”. It doesn’t work, the two aren’t remotely alike, and Christianity is paganism for Jews just like Christianity is also paganism for Muslims too.

      Man-worship, human sacrifice for sin, God becoming a man, God impregnating human females, etc. all of that is paganism according to both Judaism and Islam.

      Islam is closer to what Judaism believes by FAR than Christianity is.

      Also, Judaism is not a Democracy, and the Jewish Torah does not teach or believe in Democracy, it teaches THEOcracy. A pretty strict one, too. And those laws are always and still in effect for Jews.

      The Torah laws that aren’t able to be implemented at this time (such as animal sacrifices, etc.) because there is no 3rd Temple yet will be implemented once there is a Third Temple and the Jewish Messiah becomes known.

      At that time according to Jewish Torah, we will have a Torah-Judaism centered Theocracy, not a Democracy. Even here in the USA.

      As far as Sharia coming in, agreed this is not good, and agree that Muslims are being brought here to create a voter base, etc.

      As for what Christians can say or not say — nobody (Christian, Muslim, Jew, Hindu, Bahai, whatever) , nobody should be restricted within the guidelines set down by the laws of free speech in the US Constitution. Speech outside those parameters (inciting riots, etc.) should still not be allowed like it already isn’t, and the rest left alone.

      • There are several major sects of Judaism and all of them but one, who call themselves Messianic are cults. They do not understand the scriptures and have misused the scriptures that describe the 1000 years reign of Jesus from Jerusalem, claiming that they describe when Jesus first appears. Contrary to what these cults teach the Bible foretells that Jesus will begin reigning from Jerusalem for a 1000 years after His second coming.
        It is the Extreme Atheists who not letting people be people in their endeavor to socially engineer American into becoming anti-Christian Atheists. They are behind passing such legislation as the fabricated version of separation of church and state, which is designed to subdue Christians and keep them from interfering with their scheme to socially engineer Americans into becoming anti-Christian Atheists. When the Extreme Atheists see that they have socially engineered the support that they need to ban Americans from using the Bible at all they will do so.

        • James, your comment is so ridiculous, so arrogant, so ignorant, that there really isn’t even a reply available for it. You seem to be the sort of person who goes around telling others that you know better than they do, their own religions. Tell us James, do you do the same to the Hindus? The Native Americans? No? Oh, it’s just the Jews then?

          You’re ignorant, James. You have no idea at all who or what the Jewish Messiah is, or what he is supposed to do and be. No clue at all. Nothing you wrote is in the least accurate, not even in the same universe as accurate, it’s that bad.

          Those you’re saying are a cult, James, have been around for almost 4000 years, including their same Torah they say was given to them by God, IN PERSON, INCLUDING THE MEANINGS.

          And they have kept that Torah unchanged as anyone can plainly see from the Dead Sea Scrolls. For 4000 years. I wouldn’t call that a cult, James.

          As for the “Messianics”, that is not a part of any Jewish sect. It was begun by BAPTISTS (not Jews) and remains a fundamentalist Christian movement, dressed up in Jewish drag using Jewish words, but NONE of their foundational beliefs are in any way Jewish whatsoever. Entirely fundie Christian there.

          As for the atheist stuff, it’s frankly a little out there. Sorry. Im not an atheist personally, but your posting all the time on “Extreme Atheists” doesn’t really leave much room for comment because it sounds like you’re in a cult. Or a conspiracy or something.

          Not that there aren’t REAL conspiracies, yes there are, and I believe that the Islamification of America is one of them. It’s not even that secret anymore. But it certainly has been a conspiracy for some time, in my opinion.

          The “Extreme Atheist” thing though? Sounds a bit nutters to me.

          • thanks- saved me a lot of typing- Christians like him prove over and over their biases about, their bigotry towards JEWS are alive and well-
            2013 years of hate & replacement theology

          • Thanks, ykit, I tried to get through to him but he’s a brainwashed religious nutter suffering from delusions of grandeur. I’m not a believer, so I’m an atheist, I’m certainly not extreme, and support Israel and it’s remarkable people, who have given more to humankind than any other people, and that includes muslims, who have given the world…….what?

      • You are wrong! The old Testament contains the Ten Commandments, which is the basis of all morality in America ( and other Western countries). The Old Testament foretold the coming of the messiah in exact detail, just as it happened. The New Testament testifies that Jesus was a rabbi, taught in the temple, and was always a Jew. Christians still refer to the Old Testament in terms of every reference to proverbs, even and including The Lord’s Prayer, references to Moses, and other historical figures. The term CHRISTIAN simply means followers of Christ. They are indeed intertwined. And we are most definitely a Judeo Christian based country. Your bigotry is your biggest mistake.

        • Really! Tell us then Faxxmaxx, what particular foundational beliefs Judaism and Christianity have in common?

          It can easily be said that our court systems, laws, etc are all based loosely on Torah laws, but this has nothing to do with Christianity whatsoever – additionally, this country was NOT founded as a “Christian nation” as so many fundies like to think.

          In fact, correct me if Im wrong, but didn’t Jesus supposedly come to “fulfill” Torah laws? As in, not necessary any more?

          Also, sorry, no Jesus wasn’t a Rabbi, and no he didn’t teach in any temple, and no the “old testament” does not foretell the coming of Jesus. There are no historical records from that time in Jewish records, Roman records, or any other FROM THAT TIME that even mention him.

          3/4 of the Jews at that time lived OUTSIDE Israel and never even heard of him – and apparently neither did any Jews living inside Israel for that matter.

          The mention in Josephus has long ago been shown to be a forgery, a later insertion by monks who were apparently concerned with that very fact, that there are no historical mentions or writings mentioning Jesus FROM THAT TIME, anywhere. At all.

          Even the new testament lies. The books of matthew mark luke and john were not written by “disciples” of that name mentioned in the new testament, and weren’t even written until 50- 300 years AFTER he supposedly lived.

          The Torah does foretell the coming of the Jewish Messiah, but unfortunately Jesus (who apparently never even existed), did not fulfill even one of the actual Jewish prophecies for the Jewish Messiah.

          No, not one. Other than being a Jew because his mother was, he didn’t fulfill the criteria given by God in the Torah any more than any of the other approx ten thousand applicants claiming to be the Jewish Messiah have. NONE of them fulfilled the criteria including Jesus.

          Again, there is no such thing as “Judeo-Christian”, it really is like saying “Christian-Hindu”. Other than both of them being religions, there is nothing in common whatsoever. Completely, totally different belief systems are Judaism and Christianity, polar opposites.

          Still waiting for your answer to the question “what particular foundational doctrines do Judaism and Christianity have in common?” as per your “Judeo-Christian” label. They should at least be similar in order to be jammed together like that, eh? They aren’t.

          And no, I am not a bigot. Truth is not bigotry. It never is.

  3. And where is the press coverage of this? The mainstream press has been too busy trying to spin the IRS scandal and Obama’s handling of Benghazi.

    This is a ridiculous, fatuous, example of the Muslim and general policy blind spot of the Obama administration, a kind of modern “Emperor Has No Clothes.”

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