Sunday, June 5, 2011

Once Again, FBI’s ‘Muslim Outreach’ Welcomes Terror-Tied Man

I hate to say it but the FBI is proving itself to be witless and clueless when it comes to dealing with the Islamic invasion of America.  To actually give a clearance and tour of anti-terrorist operations to a Hamas supporter and unindited co-conspitor in a terrorist finance case is beyond belief.  And yet it happened and the FBI's best reply is that it's no big deal.

Until the government admits to and acts on the fact that Muslims are hard at work subverting the freedoms America holds so dear, we are on a downhill spiral to the barbarism of Sharia.


Once Again, FBI’s ‘Muslim Outreach’ Welcomes Terror-Tied Man

Despite knowing the Hamas ties of Kifah Mustapha, the FBI gave him a guided tour of a top-secret counterterrorism center and access to classified investigative techniques.

June 4, 2011 - 12:00 am - by Patrick Poole

Court documents filed last month by the Department of Justice in a federal civil rights lawsuit shows that Special Agent in Charge (SAC) Robert Grant of the FBI Chicago field office had warned the Illinois State Police: newly appointed Muslim chaplain Kifah Mustapha would never pass an FBI background check.

Mustapha’s long association with terrorist group Hamas occurred at virtually the same time that Mustapha was admitted into the FBI Citizens’ Academy sponsored by SAC Grant’s Chicago office. The Academy program required a background check and included a guided tour of the top-secret National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) and the FBI Academy at Quantico.

The statements made by SAC Grant were noted in a motion for a protective order filed with the court and noted in a report published by the Investigative Project. The DOJ’s motion states:

    In each conversation, SAC Grant stated that Mustapha would not pass an FBI background check if he applied for an FBI chaplain position and then proceeded to explain the bases for his opinion.

The DOJ motion is in response to the lawsuit filed by Mustapha after his state police appointment as Muslim chaplain was revoked. Mustapha had initially been accepted as state police chaplain, but after a news story aired reporting Mustapha’s terrorist connections and terror support, the state police conducted another background check. During this check was apparently when the conversations with SAC Grant took place, which resulted in the state police revoking Mustapha’s appointment. Mustapha then sued, claiming ethnic and religious discrimination, with his case being supported by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which has also been identified by the FBI as a terrorist front for Hamas.

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