Tag Archives: Muslims
“Trump’s legacy will be the empowerment of the Christian fascists.”
[Rasouli] wonders if U.S. citizens believe these wars, which could cost up to $6 trillion, were worth it.
The balance between covering hate and promoting it is a difficult one, and one that we shouldn’t dismiss out of hand.
An ISIS cell. An undercover FBI agent. A community torn apart.
The people who run America have constructed a political system that’s like a glitchy killer robot, one even they can’t control anymore.
For over 14 years, CCR has insisted that no one is above the law, no matter how exalted their role.
To bring serious charges against the youth, the government had to show that the youth were “predisposed” to do something. The FBI set up a sting operation to ensnare them. To assist with it, they engaged [a] 20-year-old [informant].
Living in the Shadow of Counterterrorism: Meet the Muslim Women Taking on the National Security State
Informants, paid and unpaid, played a critical role in at least half of these cases, the report found. High-ranking government officials like New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) also used these cases for their own political gain, according to reports. Often, allegations of terrorism have prompted the arrests of Muslim Americans like the Duka brothers, based on wholly fabricated plots, trumped up by federal authorities eager to show they are combating “homegrown terrorism.”
“The outcry for accountability for police shootings is deafening.”
…while Kiai commended the work of the Civil Rights Division at the U.S. Department of Justice, he expressed his astonishment at the lack of official data documenting police use of force.
The Terror Factory reveals shocking information about the criminals, con men, and liars the FBI uses as paid informants…
the law is designed to make it nearly impossible to indict police for violence and criminality inflicted on the citizenry. They don’t have this much trouble filling the jails with primarily black and poor people because the laws and standard of law that applies to them is much less stringent.
AFSC researchers looked at 600 news stories published by 20 national outlets in the United States last year and discovered a pervasive tendency toward painting violent extremism as an inherently Islamic problem that is only solvable with the use of force.