Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Maybe There's A Reason For Hearings On Radical Islam

Today's post comes from The Patriot Post, a non profit organization to which subscribe via email.  Two Sisters From The Right join with those who support New York Representative Peter King's hearings on the radicalization of  Muslim Americans who, following the dictates of various Islamic leaders are following orders to commit violence in the United States.  Many of them, as did Virginia born U.S. Army Major Nidal Malik Hassan, who murdered 13 people at Ft. Hood, Texas, received instruction via the Internet. 

It is a commonly known fact that one place to recruit converts to Islam is in American prisons.  That practice has gone on for years and little has been said about it.  There are also converts to Islam like "Jihad Jane", who is in reality Pennsylvania born Colleen La Rose.  There are many other American born Muslims who have become Jihadists and turned against their native country. 

Rep. King's hearings are not pursuing just those of Arab or Persian ancestry, but rather any members of the Muslim community who present a threat to the safety of Americans and to our National Security.  The fact that the Obama Administration has once again chosen to take sides with the Muslim community is extremely bothersome.  We question why Mr. Obama chooses to shield Islam when he doesn't stand up for the rights of other religious groups.  We believe that he should remain neutral in this matter, and as the rest of Americans, await the findings of the hearings.

If the Muslim American community truly deplores these acts of violence and those who commit them, they should not be worried about the findings.  Only the guilty should have a reason to fear.  The American news media is so biased that it has given rise to bloggers such as Two Sisters.  They've compared these hearing to McCarthyism, and worse.  This is not a "witch hunt" at all, and the only ones who should worry about the results  of these hearings will expose are those who are practicing the witchcraft or radicalization. 
Two Sisters

Hearings on Radical Islam Trigger Predictable Objections 

Maybe there's a reason for being
aware of radical Islam
  Maybe there's a reason for being aware of radical Islam"Rep. Peter King, New York Republican and chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security, will hold hearings this week on Muslim extremism in the United States.


The Obama administration and other pro-Islamic activists argue that because the vast majority of American Muslims aren't violent extremists, Congress has no business examining the growing numbers who are. This redirection is tantamount to saying that because most people are law-abiding, the police should ignore the study of criminal psychology.


Mr. King's planned hearings will shine a bright light on a challenge the Obama administration has studiously ignored, with fatal results. Overlooking the motives of Muslim terrorists has become an O Force obsession. ... The Obama administration persistently has stricken the concept of Islamic extremism -- whether foreign or domestic -- from U.S. public policy.


In 2009, the Department of Homeland Security drafted a Domestic Extremist Lexicon that listed Jewish extremism as a threat and described various strands of purportedly dangerous Christian extremism but made no mention of any form of Muslim extremism.


 This document was pulled along with other questionable Homeland Security publications once their contents became public. The February 2010 Quadrennial Homeland Security Review discussed terrorism and violent extremism but didn't refer to radical Islam in any context. Likewise, the 2010 Quadrennial Defense Review avoids any terminology related to Islam.


Mr. King's hearings are a useful step toward opening up the debate on the pressing problem of domestic Islamic extremism. Mr. Obama's inexplicable tendency to turn aside from the question has harmed the ability of the United States to deal with this threat." --The Washington Times


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