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They are not Islamic “Jihadis”… (DHS)


Representative Sue Myrick (NC-9) who represents North Carolina’s 9th
district, which covers portions of Union, Mecklenburg, and Gaston Counties
has been ignored by the MSM (main stream media) because she is unafraid of
speaking the truth and challenging Americans to get their collective head
out of the sand as far as Islamic terrorism (Contemporary terrorism) is
concerned. With her agenda called “Wake Up America” she dares to call for…

1. 1. A government investigation of all US military chaplains who were
approved by Abdurahman Alamoudi.

2. 2. A government investigation of all US prison chaplains who were
approved by Abdurahman Alamoudi.

3.The Government Accounting Office (GAO) to investigate the selection
process of Arabic translators in the FBI and DoD.

4. The Internal Revenue Service to investigate the Council on
American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) 501(c)(3) non-profit status which
restricts “lobbying on behalf of a foreign government”.

. 5. A bill to make the preaching, publication, or distribution of
materials that call for the death of American citizens, attacks on the
United States Government or Armed Forces, or the financing of the means
and/or operations to accomplish these acts, acts of sedition and/or
solicitation of treason.

6. The Government Accountability Office to conduct an audit to verify the
total sovereign wealth fund investment in the United States.

7. 7. Will attempt to cancel scholarship student visa program with Saudi
Arabia until they reform their textbooks.

8. Will introduce a bill to restrict R-1/R-2 religious visas for imams who
come from countries that do not allow reciprocal visits by non-Muslim

9. Will introduce a bill to cancel contracts to train Saudi police and
other security forces in US Counterterrorism tactics until the Saudi’s
certify the prosecution of Al Qaeda financiers, like Yasin al-Kadi, and the
detention of repatriated Guantanamo terrorists that keep being released into
the general population after being “rehabilitated” .

10. Will introduce or sponsor a bill to block the sale of sensitive
military munitions, especially Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAMs), to
Saudi Arabia.

Needless to say she was not ignored by the American Islamic juggernaut
consisting of local Islamic groups that accused Myrick “of leading a “fear
campaign” with her proposal to curb the expansion of radical Islam”, and the
unindicted co-conspirator organization CAIR that “advised” the DHS to put
out the most idiotic nine point “Guide to Defining Terrorists” (excerpts
presented here) and the terminology to avoid so as not to offend Muslims:

1. Respond to ideologies that exploit Islam without labeling all terrorist
groups as a single enemy.

USG should not feed the notion that America is engaged in a broad struggle
against the so-called “Muslim World.”. Collapsing all terrorist
organizations into a single enemy feeds the narrative that al-Qaeda
represents Muslims worldwide. Al-Qaeda may be spreading its influence, but
the USG should not abet its franchising by making links when none exist.For
example, the cult members arrested in Miami should not be called members of
al-Qaeda; and, while they are both terrorist organizations who threaten
global security and stability, Hezbollah and Hamas are distinct in methods,
motivations and goals from al-Qaeda

2. Do not give the terrorists the legitimacy that they seek.

What terrorists fear most is irrelevance; what they need most is for large
numbers of people to rally to their cause. There was a consensus that the
USG should avoid unintentionally portraying terrorists, who lack moral and
religious legitimacy, as brave fighters, legitimate soldiers, or spokesmen
for ordinary Muslims. Therefore, the experts counseled caution in using
terms such as, “jihadist,” “Islamic terrorist,” “Islamist:” and “holy
warrior” as grandiose descriptions. Regarding jihad, even if it is accurate
to reference the term (putting aside polemics on its true nature), it may
not be strategic because it glamorizes terrorism, imbues terrorists with
religious authority they do not have, and damages relations with Muslims
around the globe.

3. Proceed carefully before using Arabic and religious terminology.

USG officials may want to avoid using theological terms, particularly those
in Arabic. even if such usage is benign or overtly positive. Islamic law and
terms come with a particular context, which may not always be apparent. It
is one thing for a Muslim leader to use a particular term. an American
official may simply not have the religious authority; to be taken seriously.
Even when using terms appropriately.

4. Reference the cult-like aspects of terrorists, while still conveying the
magnitude of the threat we face.

In describing al-Qaeda, its supporters, and other violent extremists, some
commentators have used the term “death cult.” While the tern may not fully
encompass or describe the threat posed by groups like al-Qaeda, it may be
both accurate and useful when used as a point of comparison. Cults, while
often linked to mainstream religions, have a negative connotation. As a
practical matter, terrorist groups use recruitment tactics that are similar
to cults: separation from family, indoctrination, and breaking down
previously-held beliefs.’ Based on this history and context, senior
officials might use terms such as “death cult,” “cultlike,” “sectarian
cult,” and “violent cultists” to describe the ideology and methodology of
al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups. “Cult” is both normative and accurate
in that it suggests a pseudo-religious ideology that is outside the
mainstream. Moreover, as there is no overt reference to Islam; these terms
are not as likely to cause offense. Referring to bin Laden’s movement as
fringe’ or “outside the mainstream” may also be helpful.

5. Use “mainstream, ” “ordinary,” and “traditional” in favor of “moderate”
when describing broader Muslim populations.

In characterizing the broader Muslim American community, the Muslim World,
and Islam generally, “mainstream, ” “ordinary,” and “traditional” are
preferable to “moderate.” One can be deeply religious, strictly adhere to
fundamental doctrines, and nevertheless abhor violence. In addition,
“mainstream” is a useful foil to the “cult” terminology referenced above.

6. Pay attention to the discourse on “takfirism”.

As discussed. USG officials should use caution before employing religious
terminology. But they should not be ignorant of useful phraseology according
to the experts we consulted. One such term is “takfir” which refers to the
practice of declaring a Muslim a nonbeliever, and then proclaiming that
their lives can be forfeited. Al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups employ
takfir to name as apostates all Muslims who reject their ideology. And that
this makes their blood violable.Strictly speaking, takfirism most accurately
describes terrorism by Muslims against other Muslims. But it may be
strategic to employ the term in a wider context given that (1) many of the
leaders of al-Qaeda are known to have adopted a takfiri ideology, and (2)
part of the USG’s anti-terrorism strategy should be to emphasize that the
majority of the victims of modem terrorism are Muslim.’

7. Emphasize the Positive.

USG officials should emphasize the positive – what we are seeking together.
In addition to recognizing the dark vision of our terrorist enemies and the
need to counter their actions with all elements of national power, the USG
should also attempt to convince people that this generation needs to unite
to promote a common vision for the future. The experts we consulted
suggested defining the challenge of our times as “A Global Struggle for
Security and Progress.”

.1. The civilized world is facing a “global” challenge, which transcends
geography, culture and religion.

…2. This struggle is for “security,” a global aspiration that all people
seek. In particular, Islam emphasizes order and structure.

…3. This struggle is for “progress,” over which no nation has a monopoly.
The experts we consulted debated the word “liberty,” but rejected it because
many around the world would discount the tern as a buzzword for American

8. Emphasize the Success of Integration.

Bin Laden and his followers will succeed if they convince large numbers of
people that America and the West are at war with Islam, and that a “clash of
civilizations” is inherent. Therefore, USG officials should continually
emphasize a simple and straightforward truth: Muslims have been, and will
continue to be part of the fabric of our country). Senior officials must
make clear that there is no “clash of civilizations; ” there is no “us versus
them.” We must emphasize that Muslims are not “outsiders” looking in, but
are part of America and the West.Muslims have successfully integrated into
American communities for generations. Muslim Americans are successful
doctors, lawyers, teachers, first responders, Boy Scout leaders, and
political leaders.

We honor and value contributions that Muslim Americans make to our
communities. The motto on the seal of the United States is, “E Pluribus
Unum” – out of many, one. We all need to work together to make this great
motto our reality.

9. Emphasize the U.S. Government’s Openness to Religious and Ethnic

Bin Laden’s narrative presumes a war against Islam and rampant mistreatment
of Muslims by the American and other Western governments. Extremist
recruiters argue that Muslims should segregate from the larger society;
moreover, their recruitment pitch depends on isolation.Senior USG officials
should emphasize themes such as the following:

The USG is engaged with the American people, including Muslim Americans,
looking for ways to make our communities prosperous and just. We are
listening; we have an open door. There is no reason for Muslim Americans to
feel isolated from their governments. Muslims Americans are playing a
constructive and proactive role in improving the public policy of our
country. There is no war against Muslims or Islam in America. For example,
leading Arab, Muslim, and South Asian American groups have met multiple
times with the Secretary of Homeland Security, the Attorney General, the
Director of the FBI, the Secretary of the Treasury, and senior officials at
the State Department.

Conclusion (DHS – not ours)

Words matter! (according to DHS)

The terminology the USG uses should convey the magnitude of the threat we
face, but also avoid inflating the religious bases and glamorous appeal of
the extremists’ ideology. Instead, USG terminology should depict the
terrorists as the dangerous cult leaders they are. They have no honor, they
have no dignity, and they offer no answers. While acknowledging that they
have the capacity to destroy. we should constantly emphasize that they
cannot build societies, and do not provide solutions to the problems people
across the globe face.

Sue Myrick has this to say about border security, an issue DHS does not seem
to understand, “The Secure Borders FIRST Act is what Congress should pass
before we consider anything else. I have said it before, and I will say it
again.if we don’t secure the borders and enforce our laws, nothing else we
enact will work, the common sense policy of ‘enforcement first’ is what the
American people want, and that’s why I support this bill”.

Referring to the Amnesty bill she had this to say “The American people
killed this bill. They want secure borders and they want our laws enforced.
“It is that simple; until we know these things are done, amnesty bills will
continue to fail.”

Referring to former president Carter she called on Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice to revoke his passport. This is in response to the former
President traveling to Syria to meet with Hamas, an organization officially
designated by the United States as a Foreign Terrorist Organization.

Sue Myrick looked into the Major Coughlin controversy at the Pentagon, what
she needs to look into is ‘the background of Hesham Islam, a special
assistant to Deputy Defense Secretary Gordon England who was the focus of a
dispute with a Joint Staff counterterrorism analyst (Coughlin).’

While she’s at it here’s a list of people and events the brave lady might
look into:

1. Deputy Defense Secretary Gordon England, who was advised by Major
Coughlin that “the Department of Defense should cease its outreach programs
with ISNA. Yet England has met repeatedly with ISNA officials, including an
April 2007 luncheon at the Pentagon.” Steven Emerson, a tireless warrior in
the fight against terrorists had this to say “At the urging of a
subordinate, Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England scheduled at least
two meetings with foreign emissaries in direct contradiction of U.S. policy
at the time. The meetings date back to 2005. They involved a Lebanese
ambassador considered a proxy for the Syrian government and a leading member
of Syria’s Muslim Brotherhood.

U.S. policy at the time was not to engage in talks with either man, because
they represent groups with whom the United States was not to communicate.
The meetings were organized by England’s special assistant for international
affairs, Hesham Islam.

An invitation to Muslim Brotherhood official Husam al-Dairi was canceled in
late 2005 after a senior State Department official heard about it and
insisted it not take place.”

Now Mr. England it seems is so infatuated with Hesham he has repeatedly
stumbled and tried to gain favor from Muslim groups. “In addition to the
invitations to Abboud and al-Dairi, Mr. Islam arranged for Deputy Secretary
England to be a featured speaker at ISNA’s (Islamic Society of North
America) 43rd Annual Convention in September 2006. England reciprocated by
hosting an ISNA delegation at the Pentagon on April 25, 2007. According to
ISNA’s publication, Islamic Horizons, Hesham Islam also attended the
meeting, along with Abuhena Saifulislam, the U.S. Navy chaplain trained by
ISNA’s Graduate School of Islamic and Social Sciences (GSISS).”

“ISNA was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the HLF (Holy Land
Foundation) trial, which ended in a mistrial. Prosecutors are preparing to
retry the case”

2. Investigate the Sibel Edmonds case. Sibel, a Turkish-Farsi translator
with the FBI reported “serious acts of security breaches, cover-ups, and
intentional blocking of intelligence that had national security
implications. She repeatedly claimed that the government had enough
information to enable it to foil the 9/11 plot. Specifically, she said the
FBI had information that terrorists planned to fly planes into the World
Trade Center. She also believed the evidence she saw meant that narcotics
money was going to both Al Qaeda and US politicians. Three weeks after she
testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee she was terminated.”

3. The 911 Commission who deceived the American people and found no one
accountable for the deaths of thousands of innocents.

4. Nada Nadim Prouty, the CIA and the FBI. Nada Nadim Prouty who emigrated
to United States from Lebanon in 1989, . She was given citizenship five
years later and joined the FBI as a special agent 1999.
According to CBS “While working as a special agent, Prouty improperly
searched an FBI computer database for information about her relatives and
links they might have to the Hezbollah terrorist organization, the criminal
sheet showed. She joined the CIA in 2003 and resigned as part of her guilty

5. Karl Rove the patron of Grover Norquist and Fasil Gil
<http://www.centerfo rstrategicanalys article2. htm> (pictured
above with Abdurahman Alamoudi) Ms Myrick needs to look into the connection
these three men have.

Maybe Ms. Myrick will read Paul Sperry’s “Infiltration: How Muslim Spies and
Subversives Have Penetrated Washington. In which he mentions:

“We should be able to infiltrate the sensitive intelligence agencies or the
embassies in order to collect information, ” the document says.
Unfortunately, our “sensitive intelligence agencies” have not made it very
hard for them to put agents in place. Thanks to sloppy background checks and
political correctness, a number of them have penetrated the government,

. Abdurahman Alamoudi, who worked for the State Department and Pentagon,
where he created the military’s Muslim chaplain corps – even though he was
caught on tape supporting terrorists at anti-Israeli rallies. He’s now
behind bars for terror, exposed as one of al-Qaida’s top fundraisers in the

. David Hossain Safavian, who got a high-level White House job despite
records showing he lobbied on behalf of Alamoudi. Safavian is serving an
18-month prison term for lying to federal investigators.

. Faisal Gill, who omitted the fact he worked for Alamoudi in his
application for a high-level Homeland Security Department job, where he
obtained top secret clearance before being suspended.

. Ahmad Al-Halabi, whom the Air Force assigned to Gitmo as a translator even
though he previously had been under investigation for making anti-American
statements. Halabi later pleaded guilty to mishandling classified
information and lying to investigators.

. Ahmed Fathy Mehalba, another Gitmo translator who was hired as a
contractor even though his girlfriend was investigated for stealing a
classified Army laptop. Mehalba later was convicted of stealing secret
documents from Gitmo.

. Sadeq Naji Ahmed, whom the Transportation Security Administration hired as
an airport screener after the Air Force kicked him out for making statements
supporting Osama bin Laden and praising the 9/11 attacks. Ahmed worked
almost a year before TSA found he previously had his security clearance

. Warith-Deen Umar, hired by the Federal Bureau of Prisons to minister to
Muslim inmates, even though he praised the 9/11 hijackers as Allah’s
“martyrs.” Despite reports Umar gave extremist sermons, the government gave
him outstanding evaluations. ”

Conclusion (ours) : We understand there’s a lot here to look into, but we
also understand there’s a lot at stake. Therefore Ms. Myrick being the
fighter she is (cancer survivor) should consult those “experts” (hate that
word) who “Know the Enemy”, who unlike Esposito, D’Souza, Karen Armstrong,
and other apologists, do not receive “honorariums” from Muslim
organizations. In fact each one of us has received only threats from Islamic

Will you run for president Ms Myrick?

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