Friday, January 16, 2015

Obama's Muslim Sympathies Grow Curiouser And Curiouser

Islamofascism: Barack Obama skipped the greatest anti-terror rally ever, the only Western leader to do so. Unlike France's prime minister, he refused to condemn radical Islam, suggesting disinterest in defeating its spawn.
The president and his top aides remain unusually deferential and accommodating to the Muslim community — despite the spike in threats from the Islamic State, al-Qaida and other Muslim terrorists.
In a newly released video, IS has called on American Muslims to seek out and kill New York City police and other cops. At the same time, it has posted the names and addresses of U.S. generals it obtained after hacking into a Pentagon website.
"ISIS is already here, we are in your PCs, in each military base. We won't stop! We know everything about you, your wives, your children," the terrorist group threatened in a tweet. "American soldiers, we are coming, watch your back."
Attorney General Eric Holder claims such threats keep him "up at night." Yet Holder refuses to say the U.S. is at war with radical Islam. And through his insomnia, he has gone out of his way to make it harder, not easier, for law enforcement to stop radical Islamists, including:
Restricting the FBI's surveillance and infiltration of mosques to ferret out jihadists before they can strike.
Censoring language such as "radical Islam" and other Islamic references in thousands of pages of counterterrorism training materials used by the FBI.
Firing many of the trainers who wrote or used the materials to teach agents to ID jihadists.
Purging from the no-fly list the names of hundreds of high-risk Islamists tied to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Scuttling ongoing FBI and U.S. attorneys' investigations of Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas front groups in the U.S., including the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and Islamic Society of North America — even though these groups have a long and well-documented track record of supporting terrorism and employing terrorists.
Read the rest of the IBD Editorial HERE.

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