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Secretary, Kirstjen M. Nielsen
David Gersten, Director, Office of Terrorism Prevention Partnerships (acting)
Department of Homeland Security
I have learned that the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) is demanding that the Department of Homeland Security revise or drop a report that recommends long-term surveillance of Sunni Muslims within certain demographics.
I fully support this recommendation to surveil based upon U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan’s statement that there would be “great value for the United States Government in dedicating resources to continuously evaluate persons of interest” and suggestion that immigrants to the United States be tracked on a “long-term basis.”
The Council on American Islamic Relations has no credibility to demand that a report which is intended to prevent terrorism be revised or dropped given its terror links and associations with the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas. Many Council on American Islamic Relations' officials have been sentenced to prison and/or deported for supporting terrorism. The United Arab Emirates’ ministerial cabinet listed the Council on American-Islamic Relations as one of 83 banned terrorist organizations on November 15, 2014.
American lives are at stake. I support this surveillance recommendation and all logical, effective and legal means of investigation that provide the most thorough public safety protection.
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