CAIR thugs are enraged that law enforcement officials across Florida have been repeatedly exposed to training on Muslim extremism “
full of inaccuracies, sweeping generalizations and stereotypes,” accurate portrayals based on facts about Muslim extremists by a highly-respected counter-terrorism expert, Sam Kharoba, Jordanian by birth.
As most people know, Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated CAIR (Council on Anti-American Islamic Relations) has legally recognized connections to Muslim terror groups. So, why then, do law enforcement officials even give the time of day to groups such as CAIR with known terrorist ties?
CAIR The classes have
maligned properly portrayed the (Paedophile) Prophet Muhammad and promulgated mistruths truths and more truths about Islam, according to the Council on American-Islamic Relations and a number of mosques and smaller Muslim organizations.
un– pro-American and frankly, quite possibly illegal (truth is never illegal) training,” said Hassan Shibly of CAIR, which focused its criticisms squarely on one man, Sam Kharoba, of the Counter Terrorism Training & Resources for Law Enforcement Center, who has led a variety of classes for police through his Counter Terrorism Operations Center. “It makes us less safe and less free.” (But it makes real American safer)
Kharoba called the claims “manufactured distractions” and said his training “is based on historical facts found in the most respected and authentic Islamic religious texts.”
Under a public records request, CAIR said it found Kharoba held at least 21 separate trainings for state law enforcement agencies since 2005, some of them sanctioned by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. They say he uses a training manual that says “Muhammad lived a diabolical life” and that Osama bin Laden “did not hijack or twist Islam.”
CAIR also points to an article last year in Washington Monthly in which Kharoba is quoted telling an audience “When I look at the life of Muhammad, I get a very nasty image … I am talking about a pedophile, a serial killer, a rapist.”
Some excerpts from Washington Monthly of Counter-terrorism trainer Sam Kharoba, president of the Florida-based Counter Terrorism Operations Center:
Kharoba was born in Jordan (Christian, not Muslim). He showed the class some photographs taken in the Gaza Strip. “This is the Arab version of a line,” Kharoba told the students, gesturing to a photo of Palestinians rushing toward a passport agency. Then he showed a YouTube video of two uniformed men beating a nameless prisoner. “This is what Miranda rights are in the Arab world,” he said.
Fortunately for an adept American police officer, Kharoba said, jihadists telegraph their extremist intentions in altogether predictable ways. One only has to learn the signs. Take Mahmoud—Kharoba’s preferred name for a generic Muslim. Kharoba can tell whether Mahmoud is a Wahhabi (a member of a fundamentalist Islamic sect from Saudi Arabia) just by going through Mahmoud’s trash. There will be no pre-approved credit card offers, because interest is forbidden in Islam. There will be no brown wax fried-chicken bags, because fried chicken isn’t halal. For Kharoba, extremist Muslims are as easy to spot as American gang members.
America today is too politically correct to acknowledge the reality of Islamic fanaticism, Kharoba said. “Would Islam be tolerated if everyone knew its true message?” he asked the class. “From a Muslim perspective, do you want non-Muslims to know the truth about Islam?” “Islam is a highly violent radical religion that mandates that all of the earth must be Muslim.”
“When I look at the life of Muhammad, I get a very nasty image,” said Kharoba, pausing to look around the auditorium. The audience was silent. “I am talking about a pedophile, a serial killer, a rapist,” Kharoba said. “And that is just to start off with. “Anyone who says that Islam is a religion of peace,” he continued, “is either ignorant or flat out lying.”
Frustration seemed to be burning in the air, and a cop—looking grim, anguished—spoke up. “From a law enforcement standpoint, what can we do?” he asked. “What do we do to deal with these people?”
“The best way to handle these people is what I call legal harassment,” Kharoba answered. “Start to identify who is coming into your area.” Go to the DMV and see who has applied for a driving license. Look at the owners of convenience stores. Corner stores are one of the principal ways Hezbollah launders money in the United States, he said. (The claim is not true.) “You only need one precedent,” Kharoba said. “Health inspectors, alcohol trade officers, these guys can turn a convenience store upside down without a warrant.”