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- What steps are you and your agency prepared to take if you receive information someone in your jurisdiction is being radicalized to jihad?
DISCUSSION: This question is designed to see whether local police are even aware of the indicators of radicalization and, when given information about it, they take the matter seriously and with a sense of urgency. At the very least, the chief or sheriff should be immediately notified that there may be a “ticking time-bomb” about to go off AND notification should be made immediately to the serving Joint Terrorism Task Force in the area.
- Have your officers and members of the command staff received any training on the Islamic jihad threat? Or, just training on terrorism and countering violent extremism?
DISCUSSION: Generic training on terrorism that paints all “extremist” groups as equally dangerous is right out of the PC/Multi-Cultural play-book. Shar’ia sanctioned crimes are unique to only one threat—Fundamentalist Islam. Law enforcement officers must be trained to recognize them and to take appropriate legal action.
- Can you provide a list of jihadist radicalization indicators to members of the public? What are the indicators that you want to be immediately informed about?
DISCUSSION: With the media promoting “If You See Something, Say Something” following every jihadist attack, the next logical question is: “what are the suspicious indicators that you want me to be looking for?” Law enforcement agencies should be able to provide a specific list when asked.
- What are the Shar’ia crimes that are in violation of federal and/or state law?
DISCUSSION: Again, this question is designed to assess the level of knowledge of the local law enforcement agency serving your jurisdiction. Shar’ia law sanctions a variety of illegal behavior: wife beating, FGM, polygamy, underage marriage, pedophilia, rape and sexual assaults against disobedient “uncovered” women, honor violence and murder, the killing of apostates and designated individuals targeted by “fatwaws,” providing material support to “soldiers of Allah,” and subversion.
- Have your officers received training in how to recognize the differences between domestic violence (DV) and honor violence (HV) related crimes?
DISCUSSION: PC and Multi-Culturalism resists making any distinction between domestic violence (DV) and honor violence (HV) related crimes. Officers should be able to recognize the many unique characteristics of HV, such as the involvement of multiple perpetrators (other family members) and that there will be no cooperation by any family member during the follow-up investigation.
- Is your department taking any special steps to protect the general public from vehicle jihadi attacks, especially when there are large gatherings of people?
DISCUSSION: Motor vehicles are currently one of the weapons of choice used by jihadists throughout the West. Incorporating, as minimum, barricades around large open venues where large crowds gather, should be part of a department’s security planning.
- Is female genital mutilation against the law?
DISCUSSION: It’s a violation of Federal law and, depending on the state, it may be a violation locally as well. Again, this question is designed to assess the knowledge of local law enforcement.
- If local school officials report that a young female Muslim student is being sent to her family’s home of origin against her will in the Middle East or Africa, does this raise any red flags that she is in possible jeopardy?
DISCUSSION: Such a situation may indicate that the individual is being sent for a forced marriage or for FGM “vacation cutting.” This is why she in all probability does not want to go because she realizes that both forced marriages and FGM are sanctioned by Shar’ia and that her resistance is bringing shame to her family.
- Do you have any plans to monitor the mosque(s) in our jurisdiction when several studies have found that over 80% promote violence against non-Muslims, especially toward women, Jews, and gays?
DISCUSSION: Local law enforcement should be knowledgeable that mosques are not just “houses of worship.” The Muslim Brotherhood has made it very clear that they are a key part of their grand plan to subvert American society by promoting Shar’ia law to attendees (along with all the Shar’ia sanctioned crimes mention above) and far too many mosques serve as incubators for radicalization to jihad.
- What is your position about ALAC (American Laws for American Courts)?
DISCUSSION: Local law enforcement should understand that family court judges may allow Shar’ia based arbitration agreements into their court room when both parties of a Muslim couple agree. When this happens, Muslim females are denied due process and equal protection under American law because Shar’ia is heavily weighed in favor of Muslim men. ALAC is designed to protect the rights of women in such disputes.
- What steps can you take to determine whether your department should conduct out-reach with a specific Islamic organization or Muslim official to determine whether either is affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood?
DISCUSSION: Only by using extreme vetting measures and in-depth social media examinations can a department hope to know who it’s partnering with.
- If a Muslim female reported she was raped, is there a risk the victim’s parents may retaliate against her for brining shame to the family?
DISCUSSION: Unless the female can produce four male witnesses to the crime who agree to testify in court in her behalf, the Muslim victim is considered an adulterous by her family because she must have done something to encourage the attacker. Consequently, the rape has brought the family shame that can only be reconciled by the family punishing the rape victim through honor violence, which can range from physical punishment, additional sexual attacks by male family members, or murder.
- If your officers encounter a teenage Muslim girl who is a run-away, who says her parents are forcing her to marry a much older man against her will, what steps should be taken?
DISCUSSION: The first thing to recognize is that the girl is now at extreme risk from family members for running away from home and now, for reporting the matter to local authorities. The girl must be protected, child protective service (CPS) personnel must be made to understand the gravity of the situation, and no attempts should be made to return the child to her family unless ordered by a judge.