The FBI and DHS are warning of Islamic related violence here in America. In the wake of widespread riots and violence in the Middle East following the 911 al Qaeda attacks on the US embassy in Libya that led to the murder of 4 US diplomats, in concert with the agitation for the release of Sheikh Omar Abdul Rahman, aka the “Blind Sheikh” in Egypt and Yemen, a U.S. intelligence bulletin warned today that the violent outrage aimed at US embassies could be spread to America by extremist groups eager to "exploit anger."
The dhimmedia and equally craven Obama administration officials are feeding this madness by sanctioning the blasphemy laws under the sharia by promoting the false pretext of an "anti-Islamic" youtube clip as justification for savagery. It's time America's foreign policy is the condemnation of the brutal blasphemy laws under the sharia. It's time America proudly, bravely and steadfastly stood up for our first amendment.
We will not sacrifice our freedom so as not to offend savages.
According to urban legend, the violent Muslim riots couldn't spread here. It's only a "few fringe extremists" committing these tens of thousands of Islamic attacks since 911.
The Joint Intelligence Bulletin issued by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security said "the risk of violence could increase both at home and abroad as the film continues to gain attention."
"Middle East Protests: Violence Could Spread To U.S; FBI, Homeland Security Joint Bulletin Puts First Responders On Alert" Huffington Post
Now, a U.S. intelligence bulletin, issued by the FBI and Department of Homeland Security, warns that such extremist violence could become a domestic problem as well.
While the bulletin makes no mention of specific threats, ABC News notes it does caution first responders to be "aware of the potential for spontaneous large crowds and protests that could overwhelm resources." Personnel should also "be vigilant for possible efforts to encourage peaceful protesters to commit acts of violence."
"Additionally," the bulletin continues, "we judge that violent extremist groups in the United States could exploit anger over the film to advance their recruitment efforts."
"Although there has been no violent reaction to the film in the Homeland thus far," a copy of the bulletin obtained by CNN states, "the risk of violence could increase both at home and abroad as the film continues to gain attention."
According to ABC News, the warning also requested "faith-based organizations to promptly report suspicious activities that could indicate pre-operational plotting against Jewish, Coptic, Islamic, or any other faith-based communities."