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Reader comment on item: Does the [New York] Police Department Profile? Should It?

Submitted by Briars (United States), Jun 25, 2006 at 13:26

I found it particularly disturbing that the Attorney General of the the United States recognized "homegrown terrorists" but had no clue where this ideology came from. From above posting:

Significantly, the NYPD has no comparable program to surveil cathedrals, churches, chapels, synagogues, or the religious buildings of Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Shintoists, animists, or anyone else.

How much "homegrown terrorism" or, in fact, world wide terrorism has come from these groups. Nut look at all the home grown terrorist starting with the Van Gogh killers, the Madrid and London Subway bombers, the UNC SUV jihadist, the Canadian gangsters and the recent Florida clowns and you will come up with the same source of inspiration: The Koran.

Our security forces must keep looking in the most likely places where terrorism will be found for the sake of law abiding Muslims also. America has very little tolerance left for the butchering of innocents under the guise of some totalitarian, religious idealogy.


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