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Islamic jihad apologist propagates more lies in demand that counter terrorist expert be barred from training law enforcement officers. Please send your email to officials.

If CAIR really desires good Islamic Relations with all Americans you would think that they would want highly skilled terrorist experts like Sam Kharoba to help law enforcement agencies to route out radical Muslims.

Hassan Shibly, CAIR Florida
 

Islamic jihad apologist propagates more lies in demand that counter terrorist expert be barred from training law enforcement officers.

Regardless of what state you live in please send your email to support Sam Kharoba.
Jihad knows no boundary.


MSNBC.com reportGovernment records show that Hassan Shibly of Tampa, Fla., has been pulled aside at airports for secondary screening at least 20 times since 2004.


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We hope that you will take the time to read our report regarding CAIR Florida Director Hassan Shibly who is fighting against counter terrorist professionals that want to protect American citizens from radical Islamists.  This article reports Hassan Shibly’s erroneous complaint, Sam Kharoba’s response, Hassan Shibly’s two encounters with US Department of Homeland Security and Hassan Shibly’s Jihad apologetics.

Florida Family Association sent out an email alert on July 16, 2012 that urged patriots to send emails to Florida Governor Rick Scott, FDLE Commissioner Gerald Bailey and staff to counter Hassan Shibly’s (CAIR Florida Director) demand that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and other officials stop allowing counter terrorist expert Sam Kharoba from training their officers.  

Hassan Shibly posted another lie about Sam Kharoba in his quest to cut off the valuable public safety service that the Counter Terrorism Operations Center (CTOC) provides all citizens by educating Florida Department of Law Enforcement and Florida Sheriff Officers.  Hassan Shibly falsely claimed that Sam Kharoba was the subject of an EEOC complaint involving Muslim stereotyping and personal bias. 

Sam Kharoba responded to Hassan Shibly’s lie as follows:

According to the EEOC report, complainant [“was part of a class of trainees attending a seven-week training course at FLETC”] and [“From January 11, 2005 and February 25, 2005, complainant was subjected to a hostile work environment”]. I never taught a seven-week class at FLETC. I was never at FLETC for seven weeks. I also never taught student trainees at FLETC.

This class, as clearly stated in the EEOC [“complainant had been hired and was in the process of being trained as a Center Adjudication Officer at the agency's Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC)”] was part of an agency’s curriculum and was taught by agency instructors and not by guest instructors such as myself. I was never employed by FLETC or any Governmental Agency. I1 in the EEOC report was a fulltime instructor at FLETC!

Furthermore, I never instructed a class at FLETC by the title "Arab Names/Arab Culture”. I never published any document or booklet by the title "Core Beliefs of Islam: The Mindset of Violence."

Another lie busted!

Sam Kharoba

  Hassan Shibly was detained twice by the Department of Homeland Security when entering the United States.

According to an MSNBC.com reportGovernment records show that Hassan Shibly of Tampa, Fla., has been pulled aside at airports for secondary screening at least 20 times since 2004.” 

Hassan Shibly was detained by US Border Patrol in 2004 after traveling to a radical Islamic conference in Canada.

Hassan Shibly at the age of 17 or 18 was detained with several others at the Canadian border while returning from the "Reviving Islamic Spirit" conference in Toronto.  Click here to read news report in The Washington Post. 

According to court records “In December 2004, officials at the U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) received intelligence that gave them reason to believe that persons with known terrorist ties would be attending certain Islamic conferences to be held during the year-end holiday season of 2004, including the Reviving the Islamic Spirit Conference at the Skydome in Toronto, Canada. Based on that intelligence, CBP instituted a special inspection operation pursuant to which all individuals who attended these conferences and sought entry into the United States were subject to the kind of screening procedure normally reserved for suspected terrorists. As a result of this policy, plaintiffs – five U.S. citizens and practicing Muslims with no criminal records and of whom the government had no individualized suspicion of being associated with terrorism – were, upon returning from the Skydome conference into the United States, detained by CBP officials for several hours, questioned, patted-down, fingerprinted, and photographed.”

The conference featured a host of controversial speakers, including the virulent anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan and William Baker, an anti-Semite with neo-Nazi connections. Shibly sued the Department of Homeland Security for what he believed was racial profiling, but lost the initial case and the appeal after courts found his detainment was not overly intrusive.

The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled on November 26, 2007 that the district court ruled correctly in denying Shibly’s claim against the United States.  In summary the appellate court ruled “Appeal from a final judgment of the United States District Court for the Western District of New York (William M. Skretny, Judge), holding that the United States Bureau of Customs and Border Protection’s searches and detention of plaintiffs at the U.S.-Canada border, upon plaintiffs’ return from an Islamic conference in Toronto, did not violate the Administrative Procedure Act, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, or plaintiffs’ rights under the First and Fourth Amendments to the United States Constitution, and granting defendants’ motion for summary judgment.”

Homeland security officials said that 34 people were selected for the secondary questioning at Queenston Lewiston Bridge and four others at Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls. None were charged with a crime.

Hassan Shibly was detained at JFK Airport in 2010 after traveling to Mecca.

This was the welcome that Hassan Shibly, traveling with his wife and infant son, said they received in August 2010, when they returned to the United States from Jordan, after traveling to Mecca.

Are you part of any Islamic tribe? Have you ever studied Islam full time? How many gods do you believe in?” “How many prophets do you believe in?” the agent at New York’s JFK Airport asked, according to Shibly, 24, a Syrian-born Muslim American. He said the agent searched his luggage, pulling out his Quran and a hand-held digital prayer counter.
Click here to read full report at MSNBC.com

  Hassan Shibly apologetics for Jihadists.

Hassan Shibly granted legitimacy to Hizballah following the 2006 Israel-Lebanon War by characterizing it as a "resistance movement" that provides valued social services to the Lebanese people. "They're absolutely not a terrorist organization," Shibly said, and "any war against them is illegitimate."

In his Facebook page, Shibly defended a radical imam killed by the FBI after he opened fire on agents moving in to arrest him. In an October 2009 post, Shibly questioned the use of force against Imam Luqman Abdullah even though the criminal complaint against him made it clear Abdullah advocated violent jihad and urged followers never to surrender peacefully to authorities.

Shibly's online profile also features American-born Islamic cleric Khalid Yasin as an "Interest." Yasin is known for his controversial views, including a 2005 interview in which he says that Muslims cannot be friends with non-Muslims; that suicide bombings are understandable; and that the U.S. orchestrated 9/11 to wage a war against Islam. "There's no such thing as a Muslim having a non-Muslim friend," he said. "If you prefer the clothing of the kafirs [disbelievers] over the clothing of the Muslims, most of those names that's on most of those clothings is (sic) faggots, homosexuals and lesbians."  Yasin goes further, encouraging children to take up the "honor" of throwing stones and confronting Israeli soldiers when there are no more men left to do it.

Shibly opposed government detention of suspected terrorists.  Hassan Shibly said during a Muslim Street Radio program that he strongly opposes the National Defense Authorization Act because the provisions in Title X, Subtitle D, entitled "Counter-Terrorism" allow detention of persons the government suspects of involvement in terrorism.  Click here to see this interview on Youtube.  The National Defense Authorization Act was signed into law by the president on December 31, 2011.  The legislation passed the US Senate by an 86-13 vote on December 15, 2011 the US House of Representatives by a 283-136 on December 14, 2011.

Shibly’s two sided representations regarding Tampa terrorist arrest illustrate CAIR’s conflict with the truth.  Hassan Shibly said that several mosques banned Tampa terrorist suspect Sami Osmakac because he "was no friend or supporter of the Muslim community."  Then Shibly flipped to his real agenda by taking a jab at the FBI when he expressed "concern about a perception of entrapment" and said CAIR will monitor the case.  "The weapons and explosives were provided by the government. Was he just a troubled individual, or did he pose a real threat?" said Shibly, who was briefed by FBI agents prior to Osmakac's arraignment.  Click here to read more on this issue at Sunshine State News.

Originial article date July 16, 2012

 

Islamists (CAIR) demand that anti-terrorist expert be barred from training law enforcement officers. Please send your email to officials.

Click here to send your email to Florida Governor Rick Scott, FDLE Commissioner Gerald Bailey and staff.  You may also modify the subject or message text if you wish.

The Council on American Islamic Relations wrote a letter calling on the Florida Department on Law Enforcement and other officials to stop allowing terrorist expert Sam Kharoba from training their officers. 

Hassan Shibly, executive director of CAIR (pictured right and in headline photo) in Tampa said. "He (Kharoba) encourages law enforcement officers to view Muslims with distrust. His training materials encourage law enforcement officers to profile and target Muslims." CAIR’s letter to these officials claims that Kharoba's training manual says Islam favors war, not peace, and says countries with a 99-percent Muslim population are “ultimate Jihad-manufacturing societies.”  

And of course the liberal progressive media flocked to CAIR’s aid by amplifying their uncorroborated accusations with the following published reports: 

Sam Kharoba calls CAIR’s accusations “baseless.” Florida Family Association asked Mr. Kharoba “Does CAIR’s accusations provide specific incident dates with the officers involved, where the incidents took place and victim names or at least victim descriptions?” Sam replied “No of course not.  There are no specific names, dates or places.”  Mr. Kharoba provided this letter to Florida Family Association to express some of his concerns about CAIR. 

Duke University research reports during the ten years that followed 911 “Almost 200 Muslim-Americans have been involved in violent plots of terrorism over this decade, and more than 400 Muslim-Americans have been indicted or convicted for supporting terrorism.”   See conclusion on page 8 of report. 

It was the training that law enforcement received from experts like Sam Kharoba with the Counter Terrorism Operations Center (CTOC) that saved many American lives from the Muslim-Americans involved in these jihadist plots.

If CAIR really desires good Islamic Relations with all Americans you would think that they would want highly skilled terrorist experts like Sam Kharoba to help law enforcement agencies to route out radical Muslims.

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send that encourages Florida Governor Rick Scott and Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey to disregard CAIR’s unsubstantiated and misguided criticism of Sam Kharoba and to continue to embrace the valuable public safety service that the Counter Terrorism Operations Center (CTOC) provides all citizens.

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Author: ffa   20120725   Category: Islamist  FFA: on
Tags: CAIR, Counter Terrorism Operations Center, CTOC, Sam Kharoba
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