October 26, 2016

UTT Throwback Thursday: TSA Surrenders to Terrorists

In January 2010, Hamas (doing business as CAIR) complained new TSA security procedures would alienate Muslims.

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The complaints stemmed from TSA’s announcement it would strengthen security measures and give extra scrutiny to travelers entering the U.S. from Cuba, Sudan, Syria, Iran, Afghanistan, Algeria, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, and Yemen.

Seems reasonable to reasonable people who actually want our nation protected from terrorists.

Not to Nihad Awad, the leader of Hamas in the U.S.  So Hamas complained.

Hamas is an inherent part of the Muslim Brotherhood and is a designated terrorist organization.

How did TSA respond?  Exactly how Hamas wanted them to.

In November of 2010, the Muslim Brotherhood’s MPAC (Muslim Public Affairs Council) trained thousands of TSA employees.

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But has there been any real impact on TSA over the last six years?

YOU decide.

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About JG
John Guandolo is a US Naval Academy graduate, served as an Infantry/Reconnaissance officer in the United States Marines and is a combat veteran, served as a Special Agent in the FBI from 1996-2008, and was recruited out of the FBI by the Department of Defense to conduct strategic analysis of the Islamic threat. He is the President and Founder of Understanding the Threat (UTT).
4 Comments
  1. Wow, pictures tell the story of a thousand words. The last photo is beyond the pale.

  2. The fox is truly guarding the hen house, what could go wrong?

  3. OPINION:

    Given the lethal threat sharia-adherent Muslims demonstrably pose to the aviation industry, worldwide, as well as to U.S. national security, and indeed to the lives of all non-Muslims, wherever they are – none should even be allowed to enter the country, much less once conspicuously here, be “trained” by the Muslim-Public-Affairs-Council (a terrorist organization) to man the TSA’s airport security barriers which exist for the sole purpose of preventing Islamic jihadists from even venturing close to a commercial airplane much less going aboard.

    Too, in order to leave no thread of conceivable benefit to aforesaid 2200 potential jihadists unwoven, lest we forget, one erstwhile recipient of an American Airlines diversity award – who according to a contextually irrefutable source is also a terrorist – was concomitantly employed (and possibly still is) as the head of line maintenance at the Phoenix hub of American Airlines, an industry giant which operates 346 mainline aircraft to 300+ global destinations; I.e., just for starters, think ease of communicating with the entire world, and unlimited access between check-in and take-off to passenger baggage.

  4. […] By John Guandolo Originally published in Understanding the Threat (UTT) on October 26, 2016 […]

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