Counter-Terrorism Training is carried out by both government agencies and private groups. In times of political anxiety, the training of government law enforcement and intelligence agency personnel can drift toward xenophobia and histrionic fears of internal subversion. Prejudice can fuel acts of discrimination and periods of political repression built around countersubversive panics.
Political Research Associates
Manufacturing the Muslim Menace: Private Firms, Public Servants, & the Threat to Rights and Security by Thom Cincotta, Political Research Associates.
Platform for Prejudice: How the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiative Invites Racial Profiling, Erodes Civil Liberties, and Undermines Security by Thom Cincotta, Political Research Associates.
How We Train Our Cops to Fear Islam:
There aren’t nearly enough counterterrorism experts to instruct all of America’s police.
So we got these guys instead.
By Meg Stalcup and Joshua Craze
Muslim Public Affairs Council
Notes on Religion by Richard Bartholomew
Talk to Action
Over at the website Talk to Action, writers have covered this story for years, including Richard Bartholomew, Chris Rodda, Rachel Tabachnick, Bruce Wilson, Eileen Fleming, and Fred Clarkson
find the posts by clicking here.