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Sunday, June 12, 2016

US political class continues to flood the country with known advocates of mass murder of civilians. Per Pew Research, approximately 176,000 Muslims living in the US believe suicide bombing or other violence against civilians is acceptable to defend Islam, 8/2011 and 1/ 2016 reports

3.3 million Muslims of all ages live in the United States as of 2015 per Pew Research. 8% of US Muslims say suicide bombings or other violence against civilians is justified to defend Islam, per 2011 Pew poll.

If for example only 2.2 million of 3.3 million total US Muslims are over age 15, and just 8% of them say suicide bombings or other violence against civilians is justified to defend Islam, as Pew states, that's 176,000 US Muslims who believe this behavior is acceptable. Pew says "8%" is "few" or "very few," meaning 176,000 is "very few."

The US political class continues to flood the country with known advocates of mass murder of civilians:

"Half of the projected growth of the American Muslim populations from 2010 to 2015 is due to immigration." (Pew, Jan. 2016)






8/30/2011, "Muslim Americans: No Signs of Growth in Alienation or Support for Extremism Mainstream and Moderate Attitudes," Pew Research

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"Section 6: Terrorism, Concerns about Extremism and Foreign Policy"


"Most Muslim Americans continue to reject violence and extremism. As in 2007, very few see suicide bombing and other forms of violence against civilians as ever justified in the defense of Islam....At the same time, there is extensive concern among Muslim Americans about Islamic extremism, both around the world and in the United States....
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Few See Violence as Justified 
 






"About eight-in-ten American Muslims (81%) say that suicide bombing and other forms of violence against civilians are never justified in order to defend Islam from its enemies. Just 8% say these tactics are often or sometimes justified. There has been virtually no change in these opinions since 2007."...

"The survey of 1,033 Muslim Americans, conducted April 14-July 22 (2011) by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press and the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life."...

page 1, (subhead): "Support for Extremism Remains Negligible"

"Fully 81% say that suicide bombing and other forms of violence against civilians are never justified (to defend Islam from its enemies)."...

 


 

[Google only allows tiny text for this:] Pew headlines as "Negligible" the "Fully" great news that 19% of US Muslims say violence is justified. That's 418,000 estimated US Muslim adults who say violence is justified (19% of 2.2 million). How is 418,000 "negligible?"

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The US political class is committing genocide against innocent Americans by deliberately importing Muslims:

Jan. 2016: Total US Muslim population, per Pew:

1/9/16, "A new estimate of the U.S. Muslim population," Pew Research, FactTank, by Besheer Mohamed
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"Pew Research Center estimates that there were about 3.3 million Muslims of all ages living in the United States in 2015. This means that Muslims made up about 1% of the total U.S. population (about 322 million people in 2015), and we estimate that that share will double by 2050....
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Just over half of the projected growth of the American Muslim populations from 2010 to 2015 is due to immigration. Over the last 20 years, there has been an increase in the number of Muslim immigrants coming to the U.S....

Our projections suggest the U.S. Muslim population will grow faster than the Hindu population and much faster than the Jewish population in the coming decades. Indeed, even before 2040, Muslims are projected to become the second-largest religious group in the U.S., after Christians. By 2050, the American Muslim population is projected to reach 8.1 million people, or 2.1% of the total population."...

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Added: Arabic is fastest growing language in US homes per Pew, up 29% from 2010 to 2014. 38% of those who speak Arabic at home are not proficient in English. "The growth in Arabic is linked to continued immigration from Middle Eastern and North African countries, according to the Pew Research Center."

June 3, 2016, "This is the fastest growing language in American homes," NY Post, Laura Italiano

















"Arabic is the fastest-growing language in American households-and that’s leading the US Census Bureau to explore the tricky task of adjusting its questionnaires to ­accommodate the language’s right-to-left script.

The bureau is using focus groups to explore possible changes to the 2020 census questionnaires for Arabic speakers who are not English-proficient, the Pew Research Center reported Friday.

Arabic is now the seventh-most commonly spoken non-English language in US households. An estimated 1.1 million people ages 5 and older speak Arabic at home, an increase of 29 percent between 2010 and 2014.

The number who speak Spanish at home has grown only 6 percent during the same period.

Of those who speak Arabic at home, 38 percent are not proficient in English, according to census estimates....

The growth in Arabic is linked to continued immigration from Middle Eastern and North African countries, according to the Pew Research Center."...

Chart above from Pew Research

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Added: Per Pew, only 40% of Muslim Americans believe 911 attacks were carried out by Arabs: 

"War on Terror Concerns"
"Report Summary"
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"Relatively few Muslim Americans believe the U.S.-led war on terror is a sincere effort to reduce terrorism, and many doubt that Arabs were responsible for the 9/11 attacks. Just 40% of Muslim Americans say groups of Arabs carried out those attacks."
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Added: US political class views our slaughter as an acceptable trade off:  

"Since its inception in 2002, the Department of Homeland Security has been trying to find the right balance between security and ease of movement-a balance that equates to billions of dollars in trade and tourism each year."... 

Dec. 2015 article:

12/12/2015, "U.S. Visa Process Missed San Bernardino Wife’s Zealotry on Social Media," NY Times,




She said she supported it. And she said she wanted to be a part of it....Had the authorities found the posts years ago, they might have kept her out of the country. But immigration officials do not routinely review social media as part of their background checks, and there is a debate inside the Department of Homeland Security over whether it is even appropriate to do so.
 
The discovery of the old social media posts has exposed a significant-and perhaps inevitable-shortcoming in how foreigners are screened when they enter the United States, particularly as people everywhere disclose more about themselves online. Tens of millions of people are cleared each year to come to this country to work, visit or live. It is impossible to conduct an exhaustive investigation and scour the social media accounts of each of them, law enforcement officials say."...
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[Ed. note: It's neither "inevitable" nor "impossible." The US became "who we are," by making its first priority the health and safety of its citizens. For example, until 1954, foreign visitors to the US had to stop first at Ellis Island and get medical clearance.] 
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(continuing): "In the aftermath of terrorist attacks in San Bernardino and Paris, this screening process has been singled out as a major vulnerability in the nation’s defense against terrorism. Lawmakers from both parties have endorsed making it harder for people to enter the United States if they have recently been in Iraq or Syria. Donald J. Trump, the Republican presidential candidate, has said there should be a temporary ban on Muslims’ entering the country.
While President Obama has cautioned against “a betrayal of our values” in the way the United States responds to threats, he has ordered a review of the K-1 visa program, which allows foreigners like Ms. Malik to move to the United States to marry Americans, putting them on a pathway to permanent residence and, ultimately, citizenship.
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The Obama administration is trying to determine whether those background checks can be expanded without causing major delays in the popular program.
 
"In an attempt to ensure they did not miss threats from men and women who entered the country the same way Ms. Malik did, immigration officials are also reviewing all of about 90,000 K-1 visas issued in the past two years and are considering a moratorium on new ones while they determine whether changes should be made....
In an era when technology has given intelligence agencies seemingly limitless ability to collect information on people, it may seem surprising that a Facebook or Twitter post could go unnoticed in a background screening. But the screenings are  
an example of the trade-offs that security officials make as they try to mitigate the threat of terrorism while keeping borders open for business and travel....
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Ms. Malik faced three extensive national security and criminal background screenings. First, Homeland Security officials checked her name against American law enforcement and national security databases. Then, her visa application went to the State Department, which checked her fingerprints against other databases. Finally, after coming to the United States and formally marrying Mr. Farook here, she applied for her green card and received another round of criminal and security checks.
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Ms. Malik also had two in-person interviews, federal officials said, the first by a consular officer in Pakistan, and the second by an immigration officer in the United States when she applied for her green card.
All those reviews came back clear, and the F.B.I. has said it had no incriminating information about Ms. Malik or Mr. Farook in its databases. The State Department and the Department of Homeland Security have said they followed all policies and procedures. The departments declined to provide any documentation or specifics about the process, saying they cannot discuss the case because of the continuing investigation.
Meanwhile, a debate is underway at United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, the agency that approves visas and green cards, over whether officers conducting interviews should be allowed to routinely use material gathered from social media for interviews where they assess whether foreigners are credible or pose any security risk. With that issue unresolved, the agency has not regularly been using social media references, federal officials said.
After the terrorist attacks in Paris last month, a furor arose over whether the United States should accept Syrian refugees. Governors in more than two dozen states balked at accepting any. But the vetting for refugees is a separate, longer and more rigorous process than the checks for K-1 and most other immigrant visas. And there is an extra layer of scrutiny for Syrians, who are referred to a national security and fraud office at the Department of Homeland Security for a final look. In that last step, officers can include a social media search, federal officials said....
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Since its inception in 2002, the Department of Homeland Security has been trying to find the right balance between security and ease of movement-a balance that equates to billions of dollars in trade and tourism each year."...
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Image caption: "The San Bernardino attackers Tashfeen Malik and Syed Rizwan Farook at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago in 2014. Credit U.S. Customs and Border Protection"
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Added: "Again and again, the American people are forced to confront the fact that its ruling class is not on its side."

Oct. 20, 2011, "The Lost Decade," Angelo Codevilla (years 2001-2011)

(scroll to subhead) "Public Safety"...
 
"Again and again, the American people are forced to confront the fact that its ruling class is not on its side."...  


 
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