I wondered when this was coming. Via Lucianne:
CAIR said Muslims who object to full-body scans for religious reasons should know their rights if they are required to undergo a pat-down, including asking for the procedure to be done in a private place. In addition, CAIR offered a “special recommendation” for Muslim women who wear a hijab, telling them they should tell the TSA officer that they may be searched only around the head and neck.
In the “special recommendations for Muslim women who wear hijab,” it states: “Before you are patted down, you should remind the TSA officer that they are only supposed to pat down the area in question, in this scenario, your head and neck. They SHOULD NOT subject you to a full-body or partial-body pat-down.”
Well, CAIR, if you wanted to draw more attention to yourselves, you've got it.
If you want a fight you've got it. A right? OK. Civil liberties I agree--I am opposed to this strip or grope approach, which I posted on just yesterday. This invasion of privacy is unreasonable and appalling. And it doesn't work. What we need is focused questioning and profiling. And better intel. Can we be very, very careful to whom we grant U.S. citizenship?
A Pakistani-American, Headley had changed his name from Daood Gilani in 2006 to bring less suspicion in his travel, authorities said.
In 2009, Headley was living on Chicago's Far North Side. His plans for another attack, this one in Denmark, were under way, according to federal documents.
By now, he had already twice avoided detection despite two of his wives coming forward with information. U.S. officials have said those tips were not specific enough to launch an investigation of a U.S. citizen.
But claiming this is a religious right well you've got a big argument from me there. Let's go to the heart of Islam, the Koran itself. While moderate Muslims may not adhere to the holy book the Koran is clear--jihad is core and non-believers must submit or be killed.
If you want to practice your religion fine. But let airlines and passengers look askance at someone choosing to primarily define themselves by wearing such strict garb. I suggest you choose not to fly.
As far as threatening women unreasonably well I think, CAIR, for an organization that is a Hamas front and refuses to condemn known terrorist organizations--you have a lot to answer for. We don't trust you and I hope to hell someone is giving you a hard look.
Related. Chicago Sun Times today. Former President George W. Bush was in town yesterday visiting Mayor Daley: Bush: Sears Tower was 'a genuine target'More. Big Peace: Chilling Report: The Legal, Political and Military Path of Shariah in the United States Today:
Political correctness has prevented many within the political/legal infrastructure from carefully examining the dangerous nature of these people and their designs, while official ignorance and/or Leftist ideology have allowed the Islamists to hide behind phony First Amendment religious freedom arguments.Read on. As far as I'm concerned their endgame is essentially a terrorist theocracy.
McCarthy says however, that it is incorrect to consider Shariah as an expression of religious belief. Rather, Shariah is a complete system of law, dictating all aspects of life for Muslims. In that sense it has no legitimate religious defense. McCarthy made a point in our interview of stressing the supremacy of U.S. law. The Team B II Report states (pp. 226-227)