TSA Trained by Muslims on Cultural Awareness

Two thousand two hundred TSA officers at the Los Angeles Airport have completed a two-month training program taught by four Muslim trainers to teach Muslim cultural awareness, or how to handle Muslims as they traverse through the airport and the skies of the world. To grasp the seriousness of what is going on inside Homeland Security, please read the green text below.

The Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), originally spawned by the Muslim Brotherhood, training teaches cultural sensitivity awareness to airport security agents.

From Human Events:

In 1986, MPAC was formed as a political action arm of one of the largest Wahhabi mosques in America, the Islamic Center for Southern California.

As the Center for Security Policy’s Team B II report entitled “Sharia: The Threat to America” notes, “The founders of the Islamic Center for Southern California are Hassan Hathout and his brother Maher Hathout. The late Hassan Hathout was a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement. The two brothers Maher spent time in an Egyptian prison during the early days of the Muslim Brotherhood’s activities there, led by the Brotherhood’s founder Hassan Al Banna.  MPAC’s own publication, The Minaret, has proudly called Hassan a ‘companion of’ and Maher ‘a close disciple of’ Brotherhood founder Hassan al Banna.”

From Discover the Networks:

… MPAC asserts that Hezbollah “could be called a liberation movement.” The Council likens Hezbollah members to American “freedom fighters hundreds of years ago whom the British regarded as terrorists.”

…MPAC Co-Founder and Executive Director Salam Al-Marayati steadfastly refused to call Hezbollah a terrorist organization; he justified the existence of Hamas as a political entity and a provider of social programs and “educational operations”…

… In a 1999 position paper, MPAC justified Hezbollah’s deadly 1983 bombing of the American Marine barracks in Lebanon as a “military operation”…

We have rules. TSA agents should already know how to treat the Bible, as well as the Koran.