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We have all seen Obama bowing to the leaders of other nations especially Islamic nations. Napolitano, his choice for the Department of Homeland Security, is doing a bit of bowing herself to the likes of the Islamic Society of North America and the Muslim American Society each a terrorist organization in their own right. Napolitano gave into the demands of the ISNA and MAS to remove Muslims from targeting and has now put in place, what can only be described, cultural sensitivety classes. Who do you think will teach these classes? More Hasans? Can we survive Obama and his pool of fools?


Muslim Brotherhood Orders Nudnik Napolitano to Stand Down

What irks me is there is no concern about security in the Muslim leadership in America. No concern   about Muslim violence and what compels Muslims to go jihad. It’s all about dissembling the safguards and protections we have in place in order to what? Commit more jihad.

And worse is the sniveling quisling Napolitiano kowtowing to the Muslim Brotherhood.

All the Muslim organizations in Amerca that speak for the ummah (Muslim community)   including those mentioned here,  ISNA and MAS are Muslim Brotherhood arms. While the jihad ratchets up at breakneck speed, the Muslim leadership works to bound our hands. No concern for the killers or jihadis. No call to help law enforcement, to cooperate. No, just beat the crap out of America, that’s the Muslim way.

Muslim, Arab, Sikh & South Asian American Community Leaders Welcome DHS Secretary Napolitano’s Commitments in Meeting on Countering Violent Extremists

(Washington, DC)  January 29, 2010 — In a meeting with Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano yesterday to discuss joint efforts against domestic violent extremists, Muslim, Arab, Sikh and South Asian American community leaders welcomed commitments by the Secretary to promote meaningful, positive and authentic dialogue.  Leaders from national and local organizations representing these communities expressed concern about DHS policies, such as racial, ethnic, and religious profiling at airports and the border, that have eroded the government’s trust and credibility with the communities.

The commitments Secretary Napolitano made to these community leaders include:

Community participation in an anti-violent extremism task force of the Homeland Security Council, which reports to the Secretary;

Regular, quarterly meetings with the Secretary;

Education and training for DHS leadership to promote understanding of the Muslim, Arab, Sikh & South Asian American communities and their concerns; and

An honest and full discussion of legitimate grievances from members of these communities about DHS policies that are ineffective and have a deleterious, humiliating impact on Muslim, Arab, Sikh and South Asian American communities

Community leaders believe that fulfilling these commitments would be a step forward in establishing meaningful, open and authentic dialogue between DHS and the Muslim, Arab, Sikh and South Asian American communities.  In addition, these leaders have called for changes to DHS policies that are ineffective and discriminate based on race, ethnicity or religion, including:

Rescinding a new Transportation Security Administration (TSA) directive targeting travelers from or through 13 predominantly Muslim nations, plus Cuba

Revising a TSA directive on religious headwear, such as turbans and headscarves.
Setting limits on interrogations and searches by Customs and Border Protection agents that probe an American’s faith, politics, finances or associations, as well as cell phones, laptops and electronic devices, without any evidence of wrongdoing.

Muslim Advocates’ Executive Director Farhana Khera attended the meeting with Secretary Napolitano and other senior DHS officials, along with representatives of the following community organizations:

Sikh Coalition, South Asian Americans Leading Together, Islamic Society of North America, Muslim Public Affairs Council, Muslim American Society, American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee-Michigan Chapter, Arab American Institute, Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago, American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services, The Freedom and Justice Foundation