Mosques off-limits by government snooping since 2011, IBD editorial claims

Washington TImes:

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An editorial posted in the Investor’s Business Daily on Wednesday had some scathing remarks for the Obama administration, after claiming that despite the NSA’s sweeping PRISM program, mosques have been off-limits by FBI surveillance since October 2011.

“That’s right, the government’s sweeping surveillance of our most private communications excludes the jihad factories where homegrown terrorists are radicalized,” the editorial reads.

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High-level approval from a special oversight body at the Justice Department, dubbed the Sensitive Operations Review Committee, is needed in order to surveil a mosque, and the names of the chairman, members and staff are kept secret, IBD claims.

“We do know the panel was set up under pressure from Islamist groups who complained about FBI stings at mosques,” it said.

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4 Replies to “Mosques off-limits by government snooping since 2011, IBD editorial claims”

  1. The obama regime wants to destroy the counter jihad and the USA as we know it. His campaign slogan should have read “lets get whitey”, it would have been more truthfull.

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