Friday, August 24, 2007

Muslims resent FBI's release of ferry passenger photos

Jihad Watch:

Seattle Muslims in a Full Court Victimization Press: "We need to get some type of apology from them and figure out how to get back to where we were." The FBI agents shouldn't apologize for doing their jobs and trying to protect people. Gomez is right: "people in those communities have to get over this sensitivity toward feeling victimized." And instead of resenting anti-terror efforts, some cooperation with them would be most welcome.

Amen. I would also add that the FBI does not work for the Muslim community. Its mission is to serve the entire United States of America, and protect the greater good even if a small minority is made uncomfortable because someone shines a light on people who may look like them. I frankly don't care how they feel, and neither should you.

If it upsets them so much, maybe they should drop a dime on the ferry spies.

By the way, if you've seen these two men, please contact your local FBI office.