We have been told that in order to fight radical Muslims we need help from the non-radical Muslims.
This is like figuring out the North Vietnamese from the South Vietnamese during the Vietnam war. Remember how that worked out?
The fact is we can’t tell moderate Muslims from radical Muslims. Neither can France, Sweden, Germany, nor [insert civilized country here].
Islam is a scourge, and Muslims as a whole are not willing to help any country counter its radicals. Again, just look at any non-Muslim country where Muslims have invaded.
And it’s no different in America, as we learn from this article in Breitbart:
[Former FBI Counterterrorism Agent John] who Guandolo pointed out recently on News Daily that a “vast majority” of U.S. mosques and Islamic centers are a part of a much larger “jihadi network,” told host and Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon that though Muslim community leaders “certainly give the air as if they are helping,” if one looks at the “major Islamic organizations, the major Islamic centers in the United States,” they have “condemned all of the counter-terrorism policies and they’ve gotten the government to kowtow to them, to turn only to them for advice.”
“And what advice do they give them?” Guandolo asked. “That Islam doesn’t stand for this and that everything you’re doing is the reason for what happened—9/11 is your fault because of your policies.”
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Not only are Muslims not helping to stop the scourge of radical Islam, they actually blame Americans.
As Breitbart News reported, Los Angeles CAIR director Hussam Ayloush said last week just days after the San Bernardino terrorist attacks that America is “partly responsible” for the San Bernardino terrorist attacks because “some of our foreign policy” is “fueling extremism.”
And they have a champion, a man who has stood by them for 7+ years, and has written that he would do so. That man is Barack Obama who stated about the recent Muslim terrorism in Brussels,
“If we’re to succeed in defeating terrorism we must enlist Muslim communities as some of our strongest allies, rather than push them away through suspicion and hate.”
Are there Muslims willing to work with our government? Perhaps. But as Guadolo said,
“We have to work with the Muslim community in order to solve this problem here in the United States,” but “if you are going to work with the Muslim community, the U.S. government” should not be “exclusively working with Hamas, Muslim Brotherhood entities without exception” like it is doing now. Guandolo named the Muslim Public Affairs Council, the Islamic Society of North America, the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), and the Muslim American Society.