Pentagon Caves To Terror-Tied CAIR Demands, Agrees to ‘Review’ Anti-Terror Training Program

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The Pentagon has agreed to formally review an anti-terror training program taught to special forces by a private contractor for material deemed offensive to Islam and Muslims, even though the Muslim group that lodged a complaint against the allegedly “Islamophobic” program has been accused by the Justice Department of supporting terrorism and is currently banned from outreach activities by the FBI.

When is the Pentagon going to review the Quran and Hadith for material that incites to war, genocide, creed apartheid, antisemitism and misogyny?
When is the Pentagon going to review the “mountain of evidence” introduced against terror-tied CAIR in the Holy Land trial, the largest terrorist funding trial in our nation’s history?

I expected this would stop under President Trump. This is General Mattis’s failure.

The only communications terror-tied CAIR should be having with the Pentagon is in depositions about their ties to Hamas and the extraordinary foreign funding they receive from Muslim nations in order to advance “The process of settlement is a ‘Civilization-Jihadist Process’ with all the word means. The Ikhwan [Muslim Brotherhood] must understand that their work in America is a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers…” (The Muslim Brotherhood’s Strategic Plan For America – Court Document)

 

PC Pentagon Caves To CAIR, Agrees to ‘Review’ Anti-Terror Training Program

Assigns case to Muslim chaplain who graduated from radical Islamic school raided after 9/11.

Paul Sperry, Front Page Magazine, April 26, 2017:

The Pentagon has agreed to formally review an anti-terror training program taught to special forces by a private contractor for material deemed offensive to Islam and Muslims, even though the Muslim group that lodged a complaint against the allegedly “Islamophobic” program has been accused by the Justice Department of supporting terrorism and is currently banned from outreach activities by the FBI.

The instructor hired to teach the program says he fears his class might not get a fair hearing, because military brass have assigned the review to a Muslim military chaplain who graduated from a radical Saudi-funded Islamic school raided by federal agents after 9/11 on suspicion of terrorist activities. He is their second choice for conducting the review. They had originally picked a more radical military chaplain to inspect the training materials before learning he has ties to an imam with a history of ministering to Muslims later convicted of terrorism.

Brass decided to launch the review after receiving a letter from the Council on American-Islamic Relations last month demanding the commander of US Air Force Special Operations sever ties with longtime counterterrorism instructor Patrick Dunleavy, claiming his lessons “contain anti-Islamic content.” CAIR, a suspected terrorist front organization, did not cite any examples of content from his “Dynamics of International Terrorism” course to support its claim.

Dunleavy formerly served as deputy inspector general of New York State prisons’ criminal intelligence division and also worked with the NYPD’s intelligence division for several years. His five-day course, which he’s taught complaint-free at the AIr Force for several years, covers homegrown terrorism and prison radicalization, which tie directly into recent ISIS cases.CAIR claims to be a “Muslim civil-rights organization,” but the feds have ID’d

CAIR and its founder as “members of the US Muslim Brotherhood,” while designating them both as “unindicted co-conspirators” in a 2008 terror-financing case involving Hamas, the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood and a US-designated terrorist group.

“From its founding by Muslim Brotherhood leaders, CAIR conspired with other affiliates of the Muslim Brotherhood to support terrorists,” US prosecutors charged in one court filing.

As a result, the FBI has cut off ties to CAIR until investigators “can resolve whether there continues to be a connection between CAIR or its executives and Hamas.”

Air Force Special Operations commander Lt. Gen. Marshal Webb received the CAIR letter and, in turn, ordered Special Operations School commandant Lt. Col. Christopher Portele to initiate a review. It is not clear if Webb is aware of CAIR’s well-documented support of terrorists. A spokeswoman did not return calls seeking comment.

Dunleavy says top brass more than likely are in the dark about the extent of CAIR’s terrorism ties. “I’m sure they don’t have a complete knowledge of CAIR or other Muslim Brotherhood groups,” he said in an interview.
He notes that the military also has a problem vetting Islamic clergy.

Air Force chaplain Walid Habash is expected to begin reviewing slides from Dunleavy’s lesson material later this week, despite the fact that he received his Islamic education from a radical Muslim Brotherhood school in Virginia. Habash’s alma mater  the Graduate School of Islamic and Social Sciences, or GSISS, was raided by federal agents in 2002 as part of a post-9/11 terrorism investigation. The longtime director of GSISS — Saudi-tied Taha Jabir Alalwani — is an unindicted co-conspirator in two federal prosecutions related to terrorist financing.
Other GSISS alumni include former New York prison chaplain Warith Deen Umar, who preached that the 9-11 hijackers should be honored as martyrs and that black converts to Islam are natural recruits for carrying out future attacks against the US.
Habash has led Islamic prayer service at the Guantanamo Bay terrorist detention camp. In 2005, the FBI busted up what was described as an Islamist “spy ring” for al-Qaida at Gitmo involving other Muslim military chaplains, as well as Arabic translators, accused of “serious breaches of national security.”

Habash was substituted last week for Muslim military chaplain Rafael Lantigua after Air Force brass learned of his radical associations, apparently for the first time.
It turns out that Lantigua sits on the board of directors of an Islamist group with a radical cleric who ran a New York mosque where the terrorists who plotted to bomb synagogues in the Bronx were radicalized. That 2009 case — which touches the cleric, Imam Salahuddin Muhammad — is one of Dunleavy’s presentation slides. Muhammad, a former convicted armed bank robber, was a protege of Umar.
In addition, Lantigua recently spoke at a New York Islamic conference where cop-killer Jamil Al-Amin and Luqman Abdullah, a Detroit imam killed in a shootout with the FBI, were honored. Muhammad gave the keynote address at the February event.
Once this information came to light, and questions were raised over how impartial Lantigua, who holds the rank of captain, could be regarding the subject of Islamic radicalization in the prisons, Air Force brass began a search for a new Muslim chaplain to review Dunleavy’s lesson plan.
“The military has an ongoing problem vetting their Muslim clergy,” Dunleavy told me. “Nobody wants to touch this political powder keg.”
In a press release  CAIR communications director Ibrahim Hooper accused Dunleavy of being an “anti-Muslim propaganda mouthpiece” with a “personal prejudice against Islam and Muslims.” The same spokesman once told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune that he wants the US to become a Muslim country.
“I wouldn’t want to create the impression that I wouldn’t like the government of the United States to be Islamic sometime in the future,” Hooper said, betraying CAIR’s real agenda.
Nonetheless, CAIR has found success already in convincing law enforcement to alter training programs, including bleaching references to “Islam,” “Shariah,” “caliphate” and “jihad” and other allegedly offensive terms from state and federal anti-terrorist training materials. It has also pressured the sidelining of some instructors.
Emboldened, the group is now targeting military training curricula for censorship. Dunleavy is just the latest subject-matter expert targeted for a smear campaign.
He and other trainers chiefly blame “political correctness” for the capitulation to CAIR at the highest levels of government. Talking honestly about the violent nature of Islam, a minority religion, is taboo in Washington. It’s much safer for career advancement to apologize for it — even though officials know that sweeping the religious doctrines and motives behind growing Islamic terrorism under the rug won’t make them disappear. In fact, it will only lead to more attacks and more American victims.
“The concerted effort by groups like CAIR to remove any material from law enforcement or military training that outlines the process of Islamic radicalization is fraught with danger,” Dunleavy warned, particularly in light of the case of the Paris terrorist Karim Cheurfi.
Cheurfi, an ISIS-tied Muslim who last week fatally shot a police officer while wounding two others with an AK-47, had all the indicators outlined by Dunleavy in the material the Pentagon is now second-guessing thanks to CAIR protesting. They include: prison radicalization, exposure to radical Islamic preachers, and attraction to jihadi violence. In spite of these and other warning signs, Cheurfi escaped close monitoring by authorities. Identifying ingredients in this “radicalizing cauldron” is key to authorities stopping such jihadists, says Dunleavy, author of “The Fertile Soil of Jihad: Terrorism’s Prison Connection.”
It’s also important for screening military recruits, especially now that the Pentagon has started issuing more waivers for applicants with prison records.

Dunleavy says the government is basically letting supporters of the bad guys — working on both the outside and inside — blindfold law enforcement and military personnel to the point where they can’t effectively spot the bad guys.

Indeed, his case is the latest example of how baseless charges of “Islamophobia” and “anti-Muslim bigotry” are used to hamstring legitimate counterterrorism efforts, which will only pave the way for more islamic terror attacks in the future.
  • RCCA

    Dunleavy “… notes that the military also has a problem vetting Islamic clergy.” Understatement of the day.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      No kidding. I wonder how many muslums are serving in our military these days?

  • JacksonPearson

    Is it just me? Or is something missing Washington about who we’re really at war with (ISLAM)? Perhaps it’s the water, and maybe not?
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d41e52acc39dc9434407b65719c419c32ebc776a794c700a5a4f8b1b6c92914b.jpg

    • Mahou Shoujo

      Why does this organization have influence over american government issues?

      • Nefarious420

        They accept American taxpayer funding funneled through Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood, and use it to purchase politicians and political power. Party has never mattered, it always been about the Benjamins, they get to stay safe behind their gilded walls.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      Hilarious, the f’ing muslums are successfully infiltrating/subverting/co-opting the entirety of the US federal government and he makes an asinine comment like this when the muslums are clearly succeeding?

  • Dennis

    Though this overly lengthy article repeats and reinforces what we already know about the Islamic world view of ultimate domination and subjugation as its foundation, it merely reminds us that we must all be on our guard to recognize the political danger that Islam constitutes to the free world. One can only hope that our leaders will now see the light and stiffen their resolve to protect the free world societies from the Jihadist mentality that under scores Islam.
    Yet, we again seem to be avoiding, in my mind, to a fault, any conflict with one of the world’s leaders of Islamic terrorism, Iran. Yesterday and again, they have provocatively “attacked” one of our naval vessels in the Straight of Hormuz, and we did nothing to try to end this constant travesty. We fired Missiles into Syria to make a point, we bombed Afghanistan to make a point, we moved carriers into the waters off North Korea to make a point, we chased Russian Bombers from nearing Alaskan skies to make a point; why have we not made a point that Iran has pushed us too far? I do not claim to be a military strategist, but it does seem to me that this article ties directly into what the politics of Islam is intending to do, and that is to overthrow our Constitutional form of secular government/society, and substitute its own political belief system, and the conduct of the revolutionary guard, thru these naval incidents, is consistent with that same philosophy when it regularly violates what I understand involves the freedom of the sea with these act of craziness.
    To me, I would hope that our State department and Defense department leaders, with Trump’s approval, will tell the Iranians, that the next time they commit these acts of provocation they will sink the Iranian vessel, and then take the steps necessary to sink all of those watercraft that Iran has been using to cause mayhem in the seas. A final warning, followed by the act of promised and appropriate response, keeping our word, is now long overdue. Although I must defer to the military leaders and political leaders to make whatever the right decision is as it is related to this issue, I, for one, am tired of this continuing nonsense .

  • AlgorithmicAnalyst

    Flynn seems to have been the only one who recognized the Islamic threat.

  • jimmy

    “This is General Mattis’s failure.” no, this is Trump’s failure for appointing someone like mattis and it also demonstrates that trump like many presidents before him has absolutely no clue on how to deal with Islam. if he did he would sic his DOJ on CAIR an launch an investigation into their terror ties not allow them to influence policy. allowing the fox to guard the hen house is never a good idea. we already know all too well how that works out. I’m just going to tell you straight up the way I see it is America has allied with Islam and Russia is actually fighting it.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      Putin invited Erdogan (spit) and Abbas (spit again) to consecrate a mosquetrosity in Moscow. He also sold advanced AA missile systems to Iran (vomit).

      • jimmy

        Trump is also inviting erdogan to the White House May 16th, not to mention Flynn lobbied for turkey, pence wouldn’t even call the Armenian genocide by the Turk’s a genocide to appease turkey. we have a national security advisor that doesn’t even realize Isis is Islamic. we did AL Qaeda’s bombing for them. we gave Iran nukes and still haven’t tore that deal up. CAIR and the Muslim Brotherhood is changing anti terror policies to Islam’s advantage. we can’t talk about nobody.

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          In retrospect it’s obvious Ted Cruz would’ve been a better POTUS. Trump’s love affair w/the Hitler clone in Turkey is disgusting as is his ownership of a multi-million dollar chunk of real estate in that muslum pig’s anus state.

          • jimmy

            I don’t necessarily think Cruz would have been better if he would have won folks would be saying trump would have been better. the problem is presidents change but US policy doesn’t.

    • Duchess of Pork

      Notice in the second presidential debate how President Trump apologised to the young muslima who stood up and spun the usual rant about Islamofauxbia in your country?

  • soundclick.com/Globalfirm

    Islamic censorship is not just about infiltration, it’s also about preventing a global, firm, political direction against Islamic tyranny.
    From a national point of view we see the tip of the iceberg: censorship, Islamic infiltration, terror, harassment, injustice in courts, subliminal indoctrination, but from a global perspective we see the whole iceberg: Islamic tyranny, enslavement of Africans, indoctrination.
    We need a global government as national approaches to a global problem & all political is global, are ineffective.
    That also gives us a chance to solve all problems relating to ethics: human rights & ecology together.
    We need the support of the people, that’s why it’s important that information interfaces like mass-media, education-system & also censorship-free social-media can inform about Islamic enslavement of Africans today, Amin Al-Husseini, Islamic Nazis, Islam’s unethical founder, today’s problems with Islam & that people learn how important empathy, truth, justice, human rights & ecology are for survival.
    # Ban Islam, save lives worldwide & free the Leavenworth 10, the Biafra-leader, the African slaves from Saudi Arabia to Mauritania, Israeli soldier Azaria & so on.

    • SFTOBEY

      Stuff your “global government” up your @ss!

  • reyol

    The Pentagon is pursueing a flawed strategy. They believe that the key to victory is to ally with “good Muslims” in order to fight “bad Muslims”. All training, tactics and strategies are based on this belief in “good Muslims”. Everything is based on the assumption that the winning move is to maintain a coalition against the “bad Muslim” terrorists. In reality, Muslims agree on doctrine. Their internal disputes are based on who gets to be in charge and what tactics to use. Because the Pentagon will not see this, they will continue to be decieved by the likes of CAIR.

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    • To keep the explanation simple, there are two groups of mooselems. 10% want to kill you. 90% want the 10% to kill you.

      • Joe1938

        At least one person knows what the ragheads are about!

        • Well-l-l… two people… isn’t it a shame?

    • Joe1938

      Does the Pentagon not realize that Islam is not a religion! islam Is a political system wrapped around a pedophile’s plagiarized materials from several sources and from imagination during drunken stupor. Goals of the islamofascist movement, which encompasses all mullahs, al Qaeda, Hamas, Hezbollah, the Muslim Brotherhood, ISIS, and many others, is to promote a political ideology that seeks to subjugate all the world’s peoples, by physical force, under the supreme governing authority of islamofascist law, in every area of life and thought. The islamofascist goal is to enforce submission in body and mind—on pain of death. When considering taqiyya and kitman, one realizes that there is only one outcome between islam and infidels and that is a fight to death.

      • Robert Kahlcke

        Why is it so difficult for Americans to understand these muslim pigs?

    • shirley versace

      cucks – they are historically illiterate, culturally naïve and politically sycophantic… RINOS DEMS they are all spineless, unprincipled and vulnerable to exploitation by groups and agencies with a tough, clear-minded agenda

  • Poppey

    While this will remain an internal matter for the American military, the facts around this case will make interesting reading for those of us across the pond who are constantly being written off as valueless lost causes in the most disparaging terms by fellow bloggers here because we too have to put up with establishment figures compromised by the PC agenda into not “offending” the permanently offended living among us.

    To be honest, sometimes the bravest acts of courage in peacetime can be found in those facing not a foreign enemy but the hostility of a boss who has it in his power to end a career long in the making.

    I hope people can be found to reinstate the clear and unambiguous links to the Islamic / koranic mandate to force others into submission by this bullying, as has been made clear, you cannot prevail over a ruthless enemy you’re not allowed to name or understand.

  • rh2

    Mattis appears to be pro-Islam. While in Afghanistan he might have ‘turned’ and allied himself with the evil forces of Islam. Trump’s selection of him was a seriously suspect move. The General hates Russia, which is the only nation fighting the good fight against Islam. I also believe that the US is in cahoots with Isis for some bizarre reason. ( Yea, what a good idea, John, why don’t we support a bunch of head-chopping monsters instead of the legitimate Syrian government!)

    The recent US bombing against Assad’s troops on some fabricated ‘evidence’ undoubtedly was instigated by Mattis. Trump the performing dog obliged. . .

    • Bronish

      Sort of makes me want to relocate to Russia….
      What’s the matter with Trump? I thot he clearly understood the Islamic agenda and was going after it.
      At least Putin appears to recognize the enemy of freedom and liberty, and is attempting to do something about it.

      • VLParker

        Whatever Putin’s motives are, he doesn’t give a crap about freedom and liberty. More likely he is fighting Sunnis because he is allied with Iran.

    • Robert Kahlcke

      If you are correct mattis needs to leave NOW!

  • Mahou Shoujo

    Who is running washington? It appears islamic interests are as much in control under the republicans as they were under the islamic party of america, the democrats. What is going on and why do muslims cause every fool in america to dance to their tune?

    • Nefarious420

      This is not a left vs right, or even a democrat vs republican thing, this is money in politics thing, in America politicians and political power can be purchased.

    • AlgorithmicAnalyst

      Basically exactly what you said. Due to oil producing countries using their money to buy influence.

      • Mahou Shoujo

        The big problem is what is bought can also be sold. Rising expectations or increasing bribes and consultant fees are unsustainable. When the money runs out, there are problems with purchased politicians.

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    The US federal government is rotten and corrupt to the core.
    Where are all the General Mattis defenders now?

  • VLParker

    Mattis is an apologist for islam. The COIN strategy that he and Petraeus implemented in Iraq was nothing short of criminal. Trump isn’t draining the swamp, he is filling it up.

  • Jill

    How about people stop thinking Trump, who is only one man, can do everything?

    Obama had grass roots support from many community groups who think like he does. and put people with his views into office over a few years.
    Conservatives elect a figurehead and write on blogs and think that’s enough to save the country. It isn’t.

  • wpjokari

    they nailed the PENTAGON? that is some serious reach….

  • Mack Pooh

    Idea!!!

    Either “martial law” or let the American Soldier loose for a few months getting rid of cair, blm, and any other cancer in America.

    Like it or not, that may very well be a necessity….

  • Ichabod Crain

    This is very discouraging. Remind me again why we all voted for Trump?

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      All I can say in defense of Trump is that Hillary riyal C-l-i-n-t-0-0-n would’ve been much, much worse. At least Trump has the capability of telling the truth.

  • Joe1938

    This happens whit “Mad Dog” Mattis as SECDEF?!! Mattis more than anyone should know about islam. Taqiyya! Kitman!!

  • GR Arnold

    This really sucks. Sadly I’m not surprised. Who will they cave to next, North Korea? Ridiculous.

  • Robert Kahlcke

    CAIR and Muslim Brotherhood are Terrorist Organizations.

  • Grant Woodside

    What may be most frightening, is how may muhammadians are in the armed forces of Western Nations.
    Sounds like more than we might think.

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