Feb 182012
 

Napolitano’s Homeland Security department claims to ramp up efforts at identifying potential terrorists, a new report reveals, yet ignores the fact that the Secretary has hired at least one Muslim radical and given him secret security clearance to US intelligence.

Jim Kouri for Examiner.com writes,

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano’s latest contribution this week to the protection of Americans appears to ignore the most deadly and destructive groups on the planet — Islamic terrorists — say security and law enforcement experts.

A Department of Homeland Security report released on February 2 compares terrorism to “ordinary crime” in metropolitan U.S. cities and omits the radical Islamic factor, instead finding “significant variability in the ideologies motivating terrorist attacks across decades.”

Pamela Geller of the blog Atlas Shrugs writes,

Back in October 2010 I warned of the consequences of naming a stealth jihadist with ties to Islamic subversives whose stated goal is “eliminating and destroying Western civilization from within and sabatoaging its miserable house.” More here …

Secretary Napolitano named the devout Muslim Mohamed Elibiary to the Homeland Security Advisory Council (Department of Homeland Security).

But WE have to fight this administration on Separation of Church and State. ‘We’ need SPECIAL Hearings on Religious freedom vs. Health care rules.

* Source Vision to America Vision America is a conservative American Christian organization founded in 1994 by Baptist pastor Rick Scarborough, which describes itself as formed to “inform, encourage and mobilize pastors and their congregations to be proactive in restoring Judeo-Christian values to the moral and civic framework in their communities, states, and our nation.” In 2006, The Church Report ranked Vision America second in the category of political Christian organizations.

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