The Muslim Brotherhood, aka CAIR, is ratcheting up the threats and intimidation to keep law enforcement out of the mosques. Recent surveys show 3 out of 4 mosques in the US preach hatred of the West and of the Jews.
Terrible things are going on in those houses of worship. I am sure the expose I ran of the Nashville mosque which exposed child beatings, the imposition of shariah law and other terrible abuses accelerated this action to impose a stop gap on law enforcement.
CAIR is creating a strawman to keep the FBI and all law enforcement away from terror hotspots. If they can succeed at making the case in the false allegations, law enforcement will stay away. Radioactive.
And what's the deal with that, anyway? You can spy on my shul anytime. I am sure my Christian readers would say the same. And my Hindu, Sikh and Buddhist readers. What are the Muslims hiding?
Hundreds of Atlas readers wrote to the DA, child services, FBI, etc demanding action on the hate mosque in Nashville - we are awaiting the indictments in their investigation. Go here CALL AGAIN, SAVE A CHILD"S LIFE! We have another infiltrator in that mosque -- but how long can we keep the little girls safe from the terrible conditions in which they live right here in America?
The ACLU filed a lawsuit today and said, "The government has squandered an opportunity to build trust with Muslim Americans and broken the law by failing to release information in a timely and complete way". They have it backwards. The Muslim community in America squandered an opportunity to build trust with the American people by not cooperating with law enforcement.
Prosecutor: Report Mosque Spying
DEARBORN, Mich. -- The top federal prosecutor in Detroit has encouraged Muslims to report allegations the FBI hired informants to infiltrate mosques and spy on leaders and worshipers.
U.S. Attorney Terrence Berg told Arab- and Muslim-American community leaders during a round-table discussion Thursday that such allegations have not been brought to his attention. But he said his office takes allegations of domestic spying "extremely seriously."
A coalition of Michigan Muslim leaders recently asked U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to investigate several complaints related to spying on Muslims. Some leaders have called it a fishing expedition, something the FBI denies.
You Tube: Letter sent to US attorney general, Erc Holder, from Michigan Council of Islamic Organizations (branch of CAIR) and Michigan Civil Liberties Coalition asking to internal investigation of Department of Justice, FBI audio ... listen here
Government's Response to 2006 FOIA Request on Mosque Spying Slow, Incomplete (9/19/2007) firstname.lastname@example.org
LOS ANGELES - More than a year ago, leading Muslim Americans requested basic information about FBI surveillance in Southern California, seeking to calm community fears of spying at mosques and surveillance of community groups and community leaders. To date, the government has turned over only four pages of documents.
Today, the ACLU of Southern California filed a federal lawsuit claiming the government's incomplete and long-delayed response violated the Freedom of Information Act.
"The government has squandered an opportunity to build trust with Muslim Americans and broken the law by failing to release information in a timely and complete way," said ACLU of Southern California staff attorney Ranjana Natarajan. "If the FBI is serious about addressing the concerns of Muslim Americans in Southern California that their religious rights are protected, they should release the records this lawsuit seeks."
In May 2006, 11 Muslim American leaders and community groups filed a joint FOIA request to the FBI for all records concerning the agency's surveillance and investigations of themselves or their groups since January 2001.They hoped to shed light on practices that have been reported in the press, such as nuclear radiation monitoring at mosques and alleged spying on mosques by federal agents.