New Bi-Partisan Bill Could Fund Islamist Vigilante Groups Like The New York’s Muslim Patrol

Liberals are always claiming that radical Muslims pose no real threat to the Western world. We all know that’s not true.

We are being sold out by the political class, importing the world’s trash will be the destruction of our nation.

With all due respect for the immigrants that come here legally no matter the religion, but we have a huge problem with illegal immigration and with radical Muslims.

During this month-long Ramadan, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, the country’s largest Muslim advocacy group, has urged the Muslim communities to stay vigilant and step up security.

Many mosques in the country have conducted security drills including active-shooter training.

The Muslim Community Patrol, too, has beefed up its presence in and around Brooklyn mosques – but ever since the idea of such a patrol was floated, they have also faced backlash, particularly on social media.

“Bullying” and “gangster-like” tactics have been reported by locals in New York areas where the Muslim Community Patrol & Services operates.

These tactics are beginning to create a backlash against the self-described “civilian patrol organization” among local residents.

Now a new bi-partisan bill designed to protect houses of worship may inadvertently empower Islamist vigilante groups like New York’s Muslim Patrol.

The Clarion Project reported that the Protecting Faith-Based and Nonprofit Organizations From Terrorism Act which would allocate $75 million of Homeland Security funds is severely flawed.

As pointed out by Islamist Watch, the bill not only “fails to adequately limit how grant monies can be spent,” it provides funding to non-profit organizations, as well.

This means that Islamist and other extremist organizations with links to terror-funding, intimidation, and religious bullying could be eligible for government “security” funds.

Because of the vagueness in the wording of the bill, organizations like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) – which was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terror funding case in U.S. history – or radical imam Siraj Wahhaj’s Taqwa mosque (where the first sharia patrol originated) could theoretically set up Islamist vigilante groups to enforce their extremist ideologies.

The real problem is that these groups can serve to destabilize the authority of the state by sending the message that government and law enforcement cannot take care of your needs as citizens, so we will.

This, in a nutshell, is how every vigilante group justifies its operation: The powers that be cannot protect you, so we will; they cannot be relied upon, but we can.

This power dynamic is always to the detriment of the state by delegitimizing trained and vetted law enforcement personnel and positioning them in a space where they are now competing with (and sometimes pitted against) members of the community patrol.

Aren’t there some laws regarding impersonating police? They’re skating pretty close to the appearance of the real thing. I doubt a white community would be allowed to make our own police patrol and certainly not with their racist views.

In most states, there are laws against having red, white and blue lights and badges that identify you as a cop if you aren’t a cop. They are using red and white lights. Again, they are skirting the law.

Natalie Dagenhardt

Natalie Dagenhardt is an American conservative writer who writes for  Right Journalism! Natalie has described herself as a polemicist who likes to "stir up the pot," and does not "pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do," drawing criticism from the left, and sometimes from the right. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington. She is a "constitutional conservative".