posted on Sep, 22 2014 @ 04:38 PM
Maybe they just didn't want to bring heat on themselves because they wanted no part in the jihad. That is theoretically possible. Maybe they don't
want any radicals. Or maybe your explanation is correct. Either seems plausible to me. If the government knows that this place is a breeding ground
for radical Islam, then they are probably letting it stay open on purpose. This likely sounds really bad to some, but it makes perfect sense from an
intelligence point of view. Closing it down alerts the members that someone is on to them, and they will go deeper underground. Leaving them alone
lets you monitor them, and those they draw in. I like the strategy, if this is what is going on. Radicals will be drawn to a single location where
they can be identified and monitored. Now letting them back in the country is another story.