Posts Tagged ‘Victimhood’
More and victimhood Lawfare in the US, no doubt backed up by CAIR:
A former employee is suing one of the government’s most secretive security agencies, alleging he lost his security clearance because his wife attended an Islamic school and worked for a Muslim charity.
Mahmoud Hegab filed the discrimination lawsuit this week in federal court in Virginia against the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency at Fort Belvoir.
The Alexandria resident worked at NGA as a budget analyst with a top-secret security clearance. But his clearance was revoked in November after he got married. NGA officials told him they were concerned about his wife’s schooling at the Islamic Saudi Academy, a private school in northern Virginia.
Officials also cited her employment with an Islamic relief agency as a reason for revoking the clearance.
NGA officials did not respond to an email seeking comment.
Saudi Arabia is the cash machine for world Islamic terror. It not only funds terror directly by bankrolling groups such as al-Qaeda, Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Taliban, but also through the financing of hard-line mosques and ‘Islamic Cultural Centres’ in the West.
Frankly, we’d have been surprised if the NGA hadn’t removed his clearance after they discovered this information.
Make no mistake – despite the West’s addiction to their oil and the picture often painted by the media of them as ‘our friends in the Middle East’ – Saudi Arabia is a de-facto enemy of the state to all developed, secular nations – actively working against our interests and spreading the Wahhabi Muslim philosophy of Jihad, Sharia and Jew-Hatred.
We’d have been more surprised if he hadn’t had his clearance revoked after this discovery.
Read the full story from AP via ABC
Americans, Europeans – still happy about those billions of taxpayer £$€ your leaders shower into ‘Palestine’? Take a look at what the recipients think of you (and their neighbours, of course)
Hat tip to the excellent Challah Hu Akbar:
Un. Believe. Able.
By, um, Raja Abdulrahim of the LA Times. The highly developed, terror-linked US Islamist lobby industry never misses a trick:
Initial rumors suggested Islamist terrorists might be behind the Norway attacks. ‘This is predictable … but it is sad,’ says a Muslim advocate in the U.S.
In the immediate wake of the bombing and mass shooting in Norway that left at least 92 people dead Friday, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg declared that it was too early to say whether terrorism was involved.
Some interpreted the statement to mean it was unclear whether Muslim extremists were behind the attack.
Right-wing websites quickly pointed the finger at “jihadis,” and Pamela Geller, publisher of the website Atlas Shrugs and executive director of Stop Islamization of America, wrote on her site: “You can ignore jihad, but you cannot avoid the consequences of ignoring jihad.” Read the rest of this entry »
And in doing so shows its true colours – and provides a unique opportunity for the West to extricate itself from this ungrateful, double-dealing country:
The Pakistani parliament has called for a review of the country’s relationship with the US over the American commando raid that killed Osama Bin Laden, as Pakistan condemns Bin Laden raid, drone operations.
During a long joint session held to debate the US operation, MPs called for an independent investigation.
They unanimously passed a resolution urging a ban on Nato transit convoys unless the US ends drone attacks. The session followed Friday’s double suicide bombing that killed 80 people in north-western Pakistan.
At least 120 others were wounded in the attack on a Frontier Constabulary training centre in Shabqadar, Charsadda district. Read the rest of this entry »