In January 2010, Hamas (doing business as CAIR) complained new TSA security procedures would alienate Muslims.
The complaints stemmed from TSA’s announcement it would strengthen security measures and give extra scrutiny to travelers entering the U.S. from Cuba, Sudan, Syria, Iran, Afghanistan, Algeria, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, and Yemen.
Seems reasonable to reasonable people who actually want our nation protected from terrorists.
Not to Nihad Awad, the leader of Hamas in the U.S. So Hamas complained.
Hamas is an inherent part of the Muslim Brotherhood and is a designated terrorist organization.
How did TSA respond? Exactly how Hamas wanted them to.
In November of 2010, the Muslim Brotherhood’s MPAC (Muslim Public Affairs Council) trained thousands of TSA employees.
But has there been any real impact on TSA over the last six years?