What the CAIRful CIA Didn't Want Law Enforcement to Learn
by DIANA WEST
August 17, 2011
The CIA says studying Anwar al-Awlaki’s case is not "current" enough
The space constraints of the newspaper column prevented me from listing in my most recent column exactly what topics the CIA did not consider "as current and comprehensive as possible," thereby pulling the plug on last week's scheduled 3-day Homegrown Radicalization conference. Or was it pressure from CAIR?
1) "Homegrown Radicalization and Recruitment" regarding the Lackawanna Six
2) "History of Islamic Extremism in the US"
3) "From Hatred to Harmony," a presentation by a former SkinHead leader and Neo-Nazi recruiter
4) "White Supremacy and Anti-Government Extremism"
5) Al Qaeda's Inspire Magazine
6) "Violent Islamic Extremist Doctrines"
7) "Radicalization in the Mlitary"
8) "Domestic Jihadists in the National Capitol Region"
9) Anwar al-Awlaki Case Study
10) Farooque Ahmed Case Study
11) Gang Radicalization
12) Information Collection on Patrol
These conference topics look pretty current and comprehensive to me.