Why would the Department of Homeland Security say that for us to say that Sharia Law is violent, because it violates the 1st Amendment (Freedom of Speech)? Why is the Clinton-ian appointed head of DHS telling us that?
Remember; this woman, Napolitano , was the one who told us that our southern border with Mexico is secure! (If she weren’t from Arizona, one would take her as an idiot, but knowing that she is, ….. she must have another agenda.)
Is her intent to shut us up? Threaten us?
Remember; DHS is just one of the departments who visited and intimidated those pointed out by the corrupt IRS harrassment of conservatives!
This is nothing but an ANTI-FREEDOM GOVERNMENT intent on stifling us and promoting an inherently unfair, anti-women, totalitarian system of law!
Under sharia law, ….. women who get raped are themselves prosecuted unless they have 4 witnesses. Another trip down the rabbit hole…
The Department of Homeland Security, which under Secretary Janet Napolitano has shown a keen interest in monitoring and warning about outspoken conservatives, takes a very different approach in monitoring political Islamists, according to a 2011 memo on protecting the free speech rights of pro-Shariah Muslim supremacists.
In a checklist obtained by The Daily Caller entitled “Countering Violent Extremism Dos and Don’ts” the DHS’s Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties notifies local and national law enforcement officials that it is Obama administration policy to consider specifically Islamic criticism of the American system of government legitimate.
This policy stands in stark contrast to the DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis’ 2009 memo “Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment” [pdf], which warned of the dangers posed by pro-life advocates, critics of same-sex marriage and groups concerned with abiding by the U.S. Constitution, among others.
The advice of the Dos and Don’ts list is far more conciliatory. “Don’t use training that equates radical thought, religious expression, freedom to protest, or other constitutionally-protected activity, including disliking the U.S. government without being violent,” the manual’s authors write in a section on training being “sensitive to constitutional values.”
The manual, which was produced by an inter-agency working group from DHS and the National Counterterrorism Center, advises, “Trainers who equate the desire for Sharia law with criminal activity violate basic tenets of the First Amendment.”