Friday, November 11, 2011

"In the ten years since the 9/11 terror attacks, 40 Islamic plots to attack people and targets in the United States have been foiled"

Eric Holder, the Attorney General of the United States, the man who ordered the case against the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation charges dropped, has come out in defense of the Muslim community in America. During a Congressional hearing on Tuesday, Holder said that American Muslims “have the same desires that we all have.” It is not clear if Holder was using a play on words and speaking for himself and for the Muslim in the White House, Barack Hussein Obama when he said that "American Muslims “have the same desires that we all have.”". If Holder meant that American Muslims have the same desires as he and Barack Hussein Obama have then he has unintentionally aligned the Muslims with the Obama plan to bankrupt America and the destruction of American Liberty.
In an article written by Neil Munro and published yesterday on the Daily Caller, "Eric Holder’s stereotyping of Muslims irresponsible, say critics" updated: 8:10 PM 11/10/2011, it was reported that "Attorney General Eric Holder is stereotyping Muslims in America, and his willful ignorance about the religious roots of Islamic terrorism endangers Americans and marginalizes Muslim reformers, say experts on Islamist terror groups."

The Daily Caller article also mentions some interesting survey polls taken among Muslim groups in the past few years. While most anti-Islamist groups acknowledge that not every Muslim in America is in favor of terrorist acts, there is a significant percentage of the estimated 4-million Muslims living in America that do support terrorism.
"The diversity and divisions of opinion among Muslim Americans is highlighted by the segment of American Muslims who have volunteered to commit terror attacks and by the many Muslims who vociferously oppose those attacks. It is also carefully documented in recent surveys."

“[A] significant minority (21%) of Muslim Americans say there is a great deal (6%) or a fair amount (15%) of support for extremism in the Muslim American community,” according to an Aug. 30 Pew Research Center report."

"Forty-eight percent of self-identified Muslims in the United States believe the leaders of Muslim political groups have not done enough to speak out against extremism, while 20 percent of Muslim immigrants say they would rather remain distinct from society than integrate, said the report."

"Roughly 11 percent of Muslims in the U.S. believe the Council on American-Islamic Relations “most represents [their] interests,” according to survey conducted for an Islamic group by Gallup and released in August. But FBI chief Robert Mueller has refused to meet the the leadership of the CAIR since the discovery that its leadership supported a Texas-based group that smuggled money to the Hamas terror group."
"The Gallup survey also reported that only 60 percent of U.S. Muslims self-identify as Americans “very strongly” or “extremely strongly.” Among non-Muslim Americans, the score was roughly 90 percent, except for atheists, whose score was 78 percent."
"In the ten years since the 9/11 terror attacks, 40 Islamic plots to attack people and targets in the United States have been foiled, according to a count by the Heritage Foundation."

"In contrast, only two German-Americans citizens participated in a planned sabotage plot during World War II, along with six Germans who had worked in the United States, even though roughly 20 percent of the country had German ancestry. There were almost no examples of cooperation by Japanese-Americans with Imperial Japan’s forces."

"Since 2001, there have been few or no recorded terror plots in the United States that were prepared by religiously motivated Christians, Jews or Mormons, despite their larger populations living in the United States."

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