Muslim TSA agent frisking elderly nun

In topsy-turvy world, Muslims frisk elderly nuns, who are known to be bombers (Photo: Dean Shaddock)

Dirty rotten Islamophobe! Oh, wait – she’s a Muslim, who’s saying: “…terrorism experts are increasingly recognizing that religious ideology makes terrorist organizations and terrorists more likely to commit heinous crimes against civilians.”  Doh – d’ya think?!

“I shall cast terror into the hearts of the infidels. Strike off their heads, strike off the very tips of their fingers.” Quran 8:12

So glad the “experts” are finally catching up with what most of us have known for years or decades.

Unfortunately, this sensible Muslim woman, Asra Nomani, is up against a White House that appears to be bought and paid for by the Muslim Brotherhood.

Airport Security: Let’s Profile Muslims
by Asra Q. Nomani

In the wake of yet another Muslim terror plot, we can’t ignore the threat profile any longer—or the solution. Asra Q. Nomani argues the case for religious and racial profiling.

For all those holiday travelers negotiating the Transportation Security Administration’s new cop-a-feel strategy, there is a difficult solution we need to consider: racial and religious profiling.

As an American Muslim, I’ve come to recognize, sadly, that there is one common denominator defining those who’ve got their eyes trained on U.S. targets: MANY of them are Muslim—like the Somali-born teenager arrested Friday night for a reported plot to detonate a car bomb at a packed Christmas tree-lighting ceremony in downtown Portland, Oregon.

We have to talk about the taboo topic of profiling because terrorism experts are increasingly recognizing that religious ideology makes terrorist organizations and terrorists more likely to commit heinous crimes against civilians, such as blowing an airliner out of the sky. Certainly, it’s not an easy or comfortable conversation but it’s one, I believe, we must have.

This past week, as part of a debate series sponsored by the New York-based group Intelligence Squared, I argued that U.S. airports should use racial and religious profiling….