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It happened again this week. I came out of the office to find a flyer under my windshield wipers inviting me to a special informational presentation on God and family values, and how to bring them back to the forefront in America.
I'm a parent so the flyer caught my interest. But as an analyst for the Northeast Intelligence Network, my eyes were riveted to the address on the flyer: The session was being held at a nearby mosque.
Curiosity got the better of me, and I decided it would be a good time for some onsite investigations of the mosque. In order to not attract undue attention, I dressed conservatively, wearing a navy jumper with a long sleeve white blouse, and low heels. I debated whether or not to put on a hijab (head scarf) then decided not to – after all, I was going to "learn," not to pretend I was a Muslim.
On worldthreats.com, you can find a radio interview of the site's creator, Ryan Mauro. The person giving the interview is Laura Mansfield, and strangely enough she speaks to him as if she is meeting him for the first time, when in reality he is a coworker.
As he expected, he was delayed – he thought it was very amusing that while several TSA personnel were scrutinizing his personal belongings that his classmate from Jordan was able to walk through security, along with his American girlfriend, without any problems whatsoever.
One of the men said, in Arabic: "Blonde Americans are good for something!"
Khaled and three of his companions had gone to New York for several days in January. He told of how uncomfortable his trip up to NYC had been. He felt like he was being watched, and thought he was the victim of racial profiling.
But the Arabic-speaking sessions clearly have an anti-American tone.
Originally posted by 27jdI've heard the story about the Arabs using the restroom at the same time on the plane before, it was supposedly a band traveling to Nevada, either the muslim in the story was on that same flight, or the story is BS.
Originally posted by Nygdan
I think its the same 'reporter', i recall it was a woman who wrote for WND and the name here looks familiar.
9 March 2005: The Northeast Intelligence Network is now listed on the Official NATO STARnet DTIN (NATO Defense Against Terrorism Information Node) webpage. The NATO node is designed to be a single point of access for information pertaining to defense against terrorism interests of NATO elements, NATO member countries, and partner countries. All agencies and organizations are listed in alphabetical order.
The Northeast Intelligence Network is honored to be listed with such intelligence organizations such as the CIA, NSA and a host of government and industry giants. It is a tremendous acknowledgment of which we are very proud.
Originally posted by PeanutButterJellyTime
OK, let me see if I can clear something up for some people. The story was originally posted at www.homelandsecurityus.com....
Laura Mansfield regularly contributes to the homelandsecurityus website and her specialty seems to be lurking radical Islamic message boards and finding info. She has also found a lot of extremist web sites that will be nothing but an image that is posted for for less than an hour and then disappears
The Northeast Intelligence Network is honored to be listed with such intelligence organizations such as the CIA, NSA and a host of government and industry giants. It is a tremendous acknowledgment of which we are very proud
She makes it seemlike she just wandered in accidental like, almost, to the meeting. She went there to 'infiltrate and observe'. She isn't upfront with it her the article. What else isn't she being upfront about?
Curiosity got the better of me, and I decided it would be a good time for some on site investigations of the mosque...
I checked the mosque schedule on the web, and discovered that there was going to be an Arabic language session an hour before. So I showed up an hour early. The imam met me at the door, and told me that the presentation didn’t start for an hour, and suggested I come back in an hour. Fortunately I had anticipated this. I explained that since I had quite a bit of reading to do for a class I was taking. “Can I just sit here and read?”