When a Muslim man with dual citizenship in Egypt and America tells his fellow agents: “A Muslim doesn’t record another Muslim” and gets a promotion, every American should be concerned. When that same Muslim is in an advisory role in our government and is advocating for a federal gun registry, every American should be very concerned…
“A Muslim doesn’t record another Muslim,” said Gamal Abdel-Hafiz
(shown). This might not have been noteworthy except that Abdel-Hafiz was
an FBI agent at the time and was refusing to do his duty, which at that
moment involved taping a Muslim suspect.
That was 2002, and this is now. And now the Cairo-born Abdel-Hafiz has
moved on to bigger and perhaps better things — he’s a homeland-security
advisor to Barack Obama. And while recording a single Muslim is a
problem for him, putting every single American firearm owner on a
gun-registry he fancies a good idea. WFAA.com reports on his idea:
A former FBI counter-terrorism agent says lawmakers could make mass
murders less likely. “What we need to do is keep the ownership of guns
known to the government, so we know who has what,” said security
consultant Gamal Abdel-Hafiz. “And I know a lot of people are against
… “He shouldn’t have been able to buy a gun legally. He shouldn’t,”
said Abdel-Hafiz about 29 year-old Omar Mateen [the Orlando jihadist].
He says 3 FBI interviews should have been enough to keep Mateen on the
radar, but he also knows why he wasn’t. “Once you investigate someone
and clear them, you have to...
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