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Terrorist sues Bureau of Prisons demanding right to Salah Muslim prayer times. IPT states the ability to radicalize other inmates is a clear and present danger to the security of the prison and to the country.


Click here to send your email to encourage United States District Judge Victor A. Bolden to make public safety a priority over political correctness and the U.S. Constitution the law over Sharia prayer tenets.

The Investigative Project on Terrorism published an article titled Another Terrorist Sues the Bureau of Prisons.  Author:  Patrick Dunleavy.  Mr. Dunleavy is an instructor for a course in the United States Air Force Special Operations School called “The Dynamics of International Terrorism.”   The article states in part: 

Add convicted terrorist Rafiq Sabir to the growing list of incarcerated radical Islamic terrorists who are suing the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) for allegedly violating their rights. Sabir is serving a 25 year sentence after a 2007 conviction for conspiring to provide material support to al-Qaida. Sabir's attorneys argued "that he was a gullible man" and only pretended to pledge bayat to al-Qaida to impress someone. U.S. District Judge Loretta A. Preska saw it differently. She felt that Sabir lacked remorse and imposed the stricter sentence to deter others who would seek to join a terrorist organization.

Sabir and fellow inmate James Conyers, a career violent offender, claim that, by blocking them from participating in congregational prayer five times a day, prison officials are infringing on their rights to practice their religion as they see fit under both the U.S. Constitution and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). BOP policy allows pairs of inmates to pray in areas throughout the facility but restricts prayer involving three or more inmates to the prison chapel when the schedule permits.  

The policy is considered necessary to protect prison staffers' security. Correctional officials agree that giving unlimited groups of inmates the right to gather whenever or wherever they please would undermine a prison's orderly operation. Experience shows that giving an incarcerated terrorist the freedom to meet unrestricted with other inmates greatly increases the possibility of radicalizing other inmates and could lead to deadly consequences.

This is what happened with El Sayyid Nosair after his conviction for killing Rabbi Meir Kahane. He served as the prison chaplain's clerk in Attica state prison when, he convinced other Muslim inmates to help him circumvent security rules regarding telephone access. Nosair used the phone to conspire with Blind Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman and other radical Islamic terrorists in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and in plots to attack other New York landmarks.   

Then there is Ahmad Khan Rahimi, better known as the Chelsea Bomber. He was allowed to meet unmonitored with other Muslim inmates in New York's Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) prison mosque. While there, he gave other inmates plans for making an improvised explosive device (IED), and sermons by al-Qaida leaders Osama bin Laden and Anwar al-Awlaki.  

Simply put, convicted terrorists must not be allowed to comingle with other inmates anytime they choose, no matter what their religious beliefs. Their ability to radicalize other inmates to their twisted belief system is a clear and present danger to the security of the prison and to the country.

Victor A. Bolden, United States District Judge for the District of Connecticut, is presiding over Rafiq Sabir and James J. Conyers, Case No. 3:17-CV-00749 (VAB).

Salah prayer is a tenet of Sharia law.  Many tenets of Sharia law are antithetical to the rights afforded citizens by the United States Constitution.  Islamists are filing law suits across America with the goal of judicially institutionalizing Sharia law.

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Click here to send your email to encourage United States District Judge Victor A. Bolden to make public safety a priority over political correctness and the U.S. Constitution the law over Sharia prayer tenets.
 

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Victor A. Bolden
United States District Judge
for the District of Connecticut

victor_bolden@ctd.uscourts.gov

BRIEN McMAHON FEDERAL BUILDING
United States Courthouse
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Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604 


Author: ffa   20180614   Category: Sharia  FFA: on
Tags: Sabir v. Williams et al
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