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FBI ends its 15 years of surveillance of Muslims

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    AFTER 15 YEARS OF SURVEILANCE OF MUSLIMS, FBI EXPRESSES ITS ADMIRATION OF MUSLIM COMMUNITY

    the FBI declared an end Friday to its surveillance of Muslim Americans, saying its exhaustive study of their beautiful culture was finally complete.


    engforum.pravda.ru/index.php?/topic/273...

  • Independent
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    or not...

    possible onion story?

  • Independent
    Ft.myers, FL
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    If the FBI gets bored because they finished this "project", may be they can then start to investigate all the different churches here, why they are tax exempt. The trend is on every corner an church with all kind of weird names just to evade taxation.

    Perhaps confiscate the private jet from an priest in Hawaii. etc.

  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Pensacola, FL
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    The FBI would never use beautiful as an adjective in a report.
  • Democrat
    Philadelphia, PA
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    I agree. The word beautiful is not part of any official investigative report let alone the FBI's. it would show and prove a bias.
  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Portland, OR
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    I see I'm a bit late to this one, but this "source" is joke.

    The website has a Russian domain name and looks like it's a forum community similar to our own. I surely hope that no one in other countries are using our personal opinions as a source in their forum communities.


    The reason I'm even responding to this weird posting is because it's important for people to understand the source of the information they take in. Just because some random person wrote something on a random website doesn't mean that it's true.

    This is something that drives me nuts about the way many people get their information in America. The internet has allowed individuals throughout the world to reinforce their preconceived biases with the click of a mouse, but every click of a mouse isn't a peer-reviewed paper or news article that was vetted by an editorial board.

    It's imperative for us to inform ourselves with non-biased news sources or the only thing we will be doing is yelling into a never ending echo chamber.