The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), a franchise of the Muslim Brotherhood, is once again sending their Imams to the U.S. military to serve as chaplains. The Clarion Project broke the story last year that the Air Force was advertising for Muslim chaplains.
For 15-years, the U.S. military didn’t use Imans because we were concerned about terrorist organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood, but thanks to tolerance and political correctness with no small dose of imaginary thinking, we are no longer concerned about those things.
Never mind that the Brotherhood sees its work in the United States as a grand jihad intended to eliminate and destroy the Western civilization from within.
It doesn’t get better than that for the tolerance-minded Americans.
Better still, ISNA is linked to another terrorist organization that seeks our downfall, and Israel’s of course – Hamas!
In fact, ISNA is an unindicted co-conspirator in the terrorism-financing trial of the Holy Land Foundation.
Our new chaplains are Sgt. Mustapha Rahouchen who will serve in the Army and Captain Rafael Lantiqua who was chosen for the Air Force. Maybe they can radicalize our servicemen.
Christian ministers and priests have been criticized and marginalized and terrorist-tied chaplains are being welcomed.
The Investigative Project posted a letter last year by a former Defense Department (DoD) inspector-general to Congress urging it to reform the Pentagon’s vetting process for military chaplains, calling current procedures a potential risk to national security.
In the letter by former Inspector-General Joseph Schmitz concerns about the continuing role of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) as one of two endorsing agents for military chaplains were stressed.
Schmitz noted that Louay Safi, ISNA’s former endorsing agent, was an unindicted co-conspirator in the terrorism trial of Sami Al-Arian, who pleaded guilty to one count of raising funds for the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror organization. Safi had appeared on the Defense Department’s website listing ecclesiastical agents until recently. He told FoxNews.com that he has “left ISNA and moved on to another career.”
Schmitz made recommendations for selecting chaplains which the DOD claims to have implemented.
If they had implemented them, they wouldn’t be choosing Imams from ISNA.
Read more at The Clarion Project