The FBI is in full surrender mode, apologizing to Islamic supremacists and Leftist pseudo-journalists for teaching agents the truth about Islam, but it isn’t good enough for Hamas-linked CAIR. Certainly all laws regarding the rights of those under investigation should be strictly observed. But behind all of Hamas-linked CAIR’s talk of civil rights below are the assumptions that gave rise to the poster above, and the fact that Hamas-linked CAIR has opposed essentially every anti-terror measure ever proposed or enacted.
The idea that the hyper-PC FBI of today is full of rogue agents trampling on Muslims’ civil rights is a level of paranoid victimhood-mongering that boggles the mind. The real FBI is blushing furiously and apologizing over the handful of its agents who let some of the truth about jihad and Islamic supremacism get through. It is teaching agents that Islam is a Religion of Peaceâ„¢ that is only occasionally and unaccountably Hijacked by a Tiny Minority of Extremists, and conducting outreach to Islamic supremacist and Muslim Brotherhood groups that smile benignly and guffaw behind closed doors at the naivete and pliability of these bumbling Useful Idiots.
And yet for all the FBI’s pains to appease the enemy, the Islamic supremacists still portray the feds as angry rednecks with ties, banging down doors, trampling mud on the mosque floor, and casting Qur’ans to the ground with arrogant disdain as they haul away terrified, pious hijabbed Muslimas with American flags on their walls for relentless, hammering hours of questioning based on nothing but the agency’s ingrained Islamophobia. The contrast between that picture and the real FBI of earnest young every-political-opinion-acceptable milquetoasts with heads filled with nonsense from Karen Armstrong and John Esposito, spending their days reassuring the local Muslim Brotherhood-linked imam that they’re on the watch for any sign of “right-wing extremism” or “Islamophobia,” couldn’t be more stark. The FBI can’t win for losing.
From CAIR-Tampa’s September mailing (thanks to L):
Alert! FBI Harassing Tampa Area Muslims
CAIR-Tampa has recently received several reports from professional, law abiding American Muslims who are complaining of being singled out for harassment by FBI agents. These are individuals who would never have expected to be targeted by the FBI. CAIR-Tampa would like to take this as an opportunity to remind the community what to do when contacted by law enforcement .
CONTACT CAIR-TAMPA IF YOU ARE BEING HARASSED OR FEEL THAT YOU HAVE BEEN MISTREATED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT
10/2/11 Community Forum: Know Your Rights
CAIR-Tampa will host its first monthly community forum on Sunday, October 2nd at 6:00pm. The topic of the first forum will be regarding what rights we have as Americans and on how to protect yourself and family against harassment and discrimination.from private individuals, businesses, and the government.. Forum will be at the CAIR office at 8056 N 56th Street.. Refreshments will be served.
CAIR-Tampa will hold monthly community forums at the office, free to empower the community. Suggestions for future topics of discussion are welcomed. Please join us.
What to do when contacted by law enforcement
American Muslims strongly support law enforcement and the protection of our national security. As Americans, we also value the civil rights of all Americans. All Americans have the constitutional right of due process and to be politically active.
If you know of any criminal activity taking place in your community, it is both your religious and civic duty to immediately report such activity to local and federal law enforcement agencies.
If you are visited by federal law enforcement agencies, remember:
You should have a lawyer present when speaking with federal law enforcement agencies. Under the law, you have the legal right to have a lawyer present when speaking with federal law enforcement agencies. This is true even if you are not a citizen. This is your legal right. Refusing to answer questions cannot be held against you and does not imply that you have something to hide.
You do not have to permit them to enter your home or office if they do not have a warrant. Under U.S. law, law enforcement agents must possess a search warrant in order to enter your house. If they say they have a warrant, kindly demand to see it before allowing them to enter. The warrant will specify exactly what can be searched and if they have a warrant, be courteous and polite and remember that you are under no obligation to answer questions without a lawyer present.
You should never lie or provide false information to any law enforcement agencies. Lying to law enforcement agents is a federal crime and should never be done under any circumstance.