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Law Enforcement Jihad: "Targeted and Entrapped" "Incite[d] Muslims to commit acts of violence"
Atlas Shrugs ^ | 5/19/11 | Pamela Geller

Posted on 05/19/2011 11:48:23 AM PDT by Nachum

The leftist/Islamic alliance takes on and takes out law enforcement on their tireless efforts to keep America safe in a new report issued by New York University School of Law. Who is more dangerous? The jihadis or their leftist enablers? I think law enforcement has done a damn fine job of keeping this country safe since 911. The paper contends:

The U.S. government’s focus on Muslims in counterterrorism operations appears to stem from a series of assumptions about Muslims and terrorism, including the following: that Muslims are more likely to become terrorists; that American Muslims are increasingly being “radicalized” and compelled into committing violence in the name of Islam; and that counterterrorism policies should focus on identifying individuals who hold certain ideologies and exhibit certain behaviors as indicative of “radicalization” in order to stop them before they can act.These assumptions, however, find no support in empirical research.

[...] this Report examines, the government’s informants held themselves out as Muslims and looked in particular to incite other Muslims to commit acts of violence. The government’s informants introduced and aggressively pushed ideas about violent jihad and, moreover, actually encouraged the defendants to believe it was their duty to take action against the United States. In two of the three cases, the government relied on the defendants’ vulnerabilities—poverty and youth, for example—in its inducement methods.

Relied on poverty and youth? Not their religious beliefs?

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TOPICS: Conspiracy
KEYWORDS: enforcement; jihad; law; marxistbrotherhood; targeted

1 posted on 05/19/2011 11:48:27 AM PDT by Nachum
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2 posted on 05/19/2011 12:48:39 PM PDT by Bigg Red (Palin in 2012)
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