The American Kafir


‘Indignant’ Muslims reject U.S. request to counter violent extremism

Janet Napolitano called Obama’s political opponents and the Tea Party Group as terrorist, yet she goes out of her way to accommodate those who are the real terrorisits.. Walt

By Bob Unruh
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

A series of e-mails from the Department of Homeland Security, the federal agency that has warned of a threat from “right-wing extremists” like those worried about national sovereignty, reveal the agency has held a series of meetings with Muslims who apparently rejected the government’s request to help counter violent extremism.

The new e-mails were uncovered by Judicial Watch, the government watchdog organization that hunts down and seeks the prosecution of government corruption.

The e-mails relate to several days of meetings the DHS held Jan. 27-28 between DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano and various Arab, Muslim, Sikh and South Asian “community leaders.”

The e-mails reveal the attendees included Imad Hamad, the Midwest regional director of the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, who Judicial Watch said has been linked in press reports to the Marxist-Leninist terrorist group Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.

Judicial Watch reported he also “has financially supported the Islamist terrorist group Hezbollah” and in a 2002 interview on Detroit television “supported a Palestine Authority TV program that urged children to become suicide bombers, calling the program ‘patriotic.'”

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