Warrantless Wiretapping of Muslim phones and Electronic Surveillance of Radiation around Mosques
- Is it Ethical?
This issue has raised many hackles, and has bothered even Congressmen and Senators.
Let's see what our law has to say:
”The objective of electronic surveillance when used in law enforcement is to gather evidence of a crime or to accumulate intelligence about suspected criminal activity.” Common sense also tells us that suspicion of intent to commit a crime is sufficient and adequate reason for detention and rendition.
Now check out what does Muslim law, as stated in the Quran, has to say about unbelievers like us:
Oh ye who believe! Murder those of the disbelievers and let them find harshness in you. (Repentance: 123)
Should we bring such men under Electronic Surveillance or give him the freedoms we reserve for gentlemen citizens?
The Quran asks him to murder us. There is no point in telling us that all this in the Quran was relevant at one time hundreds of years back but now is not relevant. Don’t Muslims tell us that the Quran is the word of their god and that it is inviolable. So every Muslim is supposed to follow these bloodthirsty injunctions and these are the words they take as their gospel when they murder and maim Americans and others.
Oh believers, do not treat your fathers and mothers as your friends, if they prefer unbelief to belief, whosoever of you takes them for friends, they are evil-doers. (Repentance: 20) 7. Humiliate the non-Muslims to such an extent that they surrender and pay tribute. ( Repentance: 29 )
"Humiliate the non-Muslims to such an extent that they surrender and pay tribute." ( Repentance IX: 29 )
There is no point in telling us that all this in the Quran was relevant at one time hundreds of years back but now is not relevant. Don’t Muslims tell us that the Quran is the word of their god and that it is inviolable. So every Muslim is supposed to follow these bloodthirsty injunctions and these are the words they take as their gospel when they murder and maim Americans and others.
Is this not sufficient reason to suspect a Muslim of having intent to murder a non-Muslim. A Muslim may not always murder a non-Muslim, but then this is what he/she always wants to do, as the Quran – that Instruction Manual of Hate and Murder has drilled into their minds.
We only need to recollect how we interned all Japanese-Americans when Japan attacked us at Pearl Harbor. We are already more than four years overdue, in interning all Muslim-Americans in camps like the ones that held the Japanese Americans during WW2.
This should be enough to smother the shrill voices of the fifth-columnists and those hare-brained liberals who raise a rumpus in the House of Representatives and the Senate without being bothered about the safety and security of their fellow citizens.
In today’s context the Liberals and Democrats need to know that Patriot Act tore down the wall that prohibited law enforcement and intelligence authorities from sharing information about terrorist threats. And the Patriot Act allowed federal investigators to pursue terrorists with tools they already used against other criminals. If a tool is good enough to use to track down drug dealers, or organized crime, or Medicare fraud, then it is good enough to bring terrorists to justice.
In 2001 Congress passed this law with a large, bipartisan majority - including a vote of 98-1 in the Senate. The Patriot Act has protected the United States from attack and saved American lives
Attorney General [Alberto] Gonzales said. "Our nation is strengthened, not weakened by those whistle-blowers who are courageous enough to speak out on violations of the law." And the cutting edge for continued surveillance leading to detention and rendition is as President Bush said: “If you are talking to Al Qaeda, we would want to know why?”
War on Jihad team