A US of mixed signals:
On the one hand, the Â embarrassing administration of the Muslim POTUS Obama panders to the Islamists and supports the jihad against the free world, on the other hand there is -some- resistance from unlikely quarters:
Napolitano adds adviser with ties to jihad groups
Jihadists as heroes. “Napolitano adds adviser with ties to terror backers: Swears in leader of Arab group that hailed jihadists as ‘heroes,'” by Aaron Klein forÂ WorldNetDaily
Anti-dhimmitude, coming after attempts by Muslim groups to get mosques declared off limits:
In other words, despite incidents such asÂ this, andÂ this, andÂ this, and despiteÂ the fact that hatred and Islamic supremacism are taught in a number of mosques in the U.S., he wants law enforcement officials to turn a blind eye to the possibility of jihadist activity in mosques.
And meanwhile, Ayloush also wants to take the Koran off the table — that is, he wants no investigation of the stated motives and goals of the jihad terrorists themselves. Apparently he would prefer that we remain in the dark about them. (I refuse, and am working on a new book,The Infidel’s Guide to the Koran, which is coming in September from Regnery Publishing.)
“FBI director defends use of informants in mosques,” by Michael R. Blood forÂ Associated Press, June 8 (thanks to JW):
LOS ANGELES â€“ FBI Director Robert Mueller on Monday defended the agency’s use of informants within U.S. mosques, despite complaints from Muslim organizations that worshippers and clerics are being targeted instead of possible terrorists.Mueller’s comments came just days after a Michigan Muslim organization asked the Justice Department to investigate complaints that the FBI is asking the faithful to spy on Islamic leaders and worshippers. Similar alarm followed the disclosure earlier this year that the FBI planted a spy in Southern California mosques….
“To the extent that there may be evidence or other information of criminal wrongdoings, then we will … undertake those investigations,” Mueller added. “We will continue to do it.”…
“History disputes Mr. Mueller’s statements, at least in Southern California,” said Shakeel Syed, executive of the Islamic Shura Council of Southern California.
“It doesn’t alleviate anything. It only continues to show the sheer arrogance demonstrated by the bureau in holding Muslim community members, clerics, mosques, as suspects,” Syed said. He is among community leaders in court seeking government records of surveillance….
“The FBI needs to do what it needs to do, certainly,” Syed said. But the agency is “trying to incite and entrap” law-abiding people.Mueller also said that there will be no change in the FBI’s priorities in the new administration.
“I would not expect that we would in any way take our foot off the pedal of addressing counterterrorism,” he said….
Good to hear.Â We have been informed otherwise.