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Written by: Diana West
Thursday, February 20, 2014 7:00 AM 

I will be writing more about an extraordinary development in what has heretofore been former Reagan-era Pentagon official Frank Gaffney's heroic but very lonely quest: namely, to throw light on what ten prominent former national security officials are now publicly calling Grover Norquist's and Suhail Khan's "ties to and activities in support of Islamists inside the United States, including the Muslim Brotherhood, its operatives, front groups and agenda."

In other words, their ties and activities in support of ... enemy jihadists.

This case of stealth jihad inside the Right now has the on-the-record endorsement of 1) former Attorney General Michael Mukasey, 2) former CIA Director James Woolsey, 3) former Rep. Allen West, 4) fomer Commander in Chief, US Pacific Fleet retired Admiral James A. Lyons, 5) former Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence retired General Jerry Boykin, 6) the Hon. Joseph E. Schmitz, former Inspector General, Depart of Defense, 7) Andrew C. McCarthy, former Chief Assistant US Attorney, 8)  former Amb. Henry F. Cooper, former Director, Strategic Defense Initiative Organization, 9) John Guandolo, former Special Agent, FBI, and 10) Clare Lopez, former Career CIA Officer.

Read all about it here, here and here.

 

The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) today welcomed the recent announcement by the Departments of Homeland Security and State of two new waivers that would help ameliorate some of the unfair effects of overbroad bars on refugees, including those from Syria, fleeing religious or other persecution. - See more at: http://www.uscirf.gov/news-room/whats-new-at-uscirf/4176-press-release-uscirf-welcomes-us-actions-to-aid-refugees-february-14-2014.html?tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page=#sthash.gQq4qpSc.dpuf
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) today welcomed the recent announcement by the Departments of Homeland Security and State of two new waivers that would help ameliorate some of the unfair effects of overbroad bars on refugees, including those from Syria, fleeing religious or other persecution. - See more at: http://www.uscirf.gov/news-room/whats-new-at-uscirf/4176-press-release-uscirf-welcomes-us-actions-to-aid-refugees-february-14-2014.html#sthash.RA2lXBS5.dpuf

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