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Texas Commission on Law Enforcement bows to Muslims, rejects credits for training on sharia and jihad.

 

Click here to send your email to urge the Texas Governor and Texas Commission on Law Enforcement to make public safety the priority over political correctness and American law the priority over Islamic law in this case by reinstating the credit hours for the session held by ex-FBI agent John Guandolo.

Creepingsharia reports:

Texas Commission on Law Enforcement bows to Muslims, rejects credits for training on sharia and jihad

After receiving complaints from advocacy groups about officers getting education credit for taking a class taught by an anti-Islamic speaker, the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement reversed an earlier statement and said it will not grant hours to those who attended the session.

The commission’s director sent a letter Wednesday to the Concho Valley Regional Law Enforcement Academy, stating it was rejecting credit hours for a day-long session held by ex-FBI agent John Guandolo in San Angelo earlier this month called “Understanding the Jihadi Threat to America.” Law enforcement officers in Texas must undergo 40 hours of continuing education training every two years.

“Upon review of the recording of the seminar, the Commission shares some of the concerns that we have received from members of the public that the material paints an entire religion with an overly broad brush,” wrote TCOLE Executive Director Kim Vickers.

The commission said last week that a staff member sent to observe the class saw “no concerning material that would cause reason to deny continuing education hours for law enforcement attendees.”

After receiving complaints from advocacy groups about officers getting education credit for taking a class taught by an anti-Islamic speaker, the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement reversed an earlier statement and said it will not grant hours to those who attended the session.

The commission’s director sent a letter Wednesday to the Concho Valley Regional Law Enforcement Academy, stating it was rejecting credit hours for a day-long session held by ex-FBI agent John Guandolo in San Angelo earlier this month called “Understanding the Jihadi Threat to America.” Law enforcement officers in Texas must undergo 40 hours of continuing education training every two years.

“Upon review of the recording of the seminar, the Commission shares some of the concerns that we have received from members of the public that the material paints an entire religion with an overly broad brush,” wrote TCOLE Executive Director Kim Vickers.

The commission said last week that a staff member sent to observe the class saw “no concerning material that would cause reason to deny continuing education hours for law enforcement attendees.”

CAIR played a central role in formulating anti-Islamophobia curriculum the school district passed in April 2017. School officials also contemplated entering into a formal partnership with CAIR. But they changed their minds last July, opting to partner instead with the Anti-Defamation League and to create an Intercultural Relations Community Council (IRCC).

Those moves, school board lawyers argued in a recent brief, render FCDF's legal claim moot. CAIR, in an amicus – or friend of the court – brief, argued that the curriculum it helped develop did not teach Islamic texts as religious truths, and claimed it served the secular purpose of striving to deter bullying of Muslim students.

Sadly, the commission reversed itself after a commission member sent to observe the class saw “no concerning material that would cause reason to deny continuing education hours for law enforcement attendees.”

It is truly alarming that the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement would acquiesce to an organization like CAIR that is linked to Hamas, Muslim Brotherhood and terrorist activists including half a dozen of CAIR’s former leaders who were charged and/or sentenced to prison for supporting terrorism.  Read more about CAIR's agenda and history here.

Mustafa Carroll, executive director of the Dallas-Fort Worth CAIR branch, told a crowd at a Muslim rally in Austin, Texas in 2013 "If we are practicing Muslims, we are above the law of the land." 

Oddly, in this case CAIR has achieved its agenda to push Islamic creed above American laws.  The Texas Commission on Law Enforcement has wrongfully yielded to the Sharia rule that harshly forbids anyone from saying anything negative about Islam at the expense of public safety.

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send that urges the Texas Governor and Texas Commission on Law Enforcement to make public safety the priority over political correctness and American law the priority over Islamic law in this case by reinstating the credit hours for the session held by ex-FBI agent John Guandolo.

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Click here to send your email to urge the Texas Governor and Texas Commission on Law Enforcement to make public safety the priority over political correctness and American law the priority over Islamic law in this case by reinstating the credit hours for the session held by ex-FBI agent John Guandolo.


Contact Information:

Texas Governor

Director of Communications
Marc Rylander
Marc.Rylander@texasattorneygeneral.gov


Texas Commission on Law Enforcement

Kim Vickers, Executive Director
kim.vickers@tcole.texas.gov

Sheriff Joel W. Richardson, Presiding Officer
Commissioner Joel Richardson  
joel.richardson@tcole.texas.gov

public_comment@tcole.texas.gov


Author: ffa   20180531   Category: CAIR  FFA: on
Tags: Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, CAIR
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