The Minnesotastan chapter of CAIR (Council on Anti-American Islamic Relations) today requested
diversity IslamoNazi indoctrination training for a St. Paul police officer who appears dressed in the attire of a Muslim woman (headbag) in a photograph posted on the Internet.
Star Tribune St. Paul police are investigating allegations that an officer might have posed for a photo dressed up as a Muslim woman that appeared on the Internet. The image of a man dressed in what appears to be a hijab came to light on Twitter, where D.C.-based journalist Mukhtar Ibrahim called it to the attention of the police department’s twitter account.
St. Paul Police (@sppdPIO) says it’s investigating an alleged policeman dressed as a Somali woman.#CultureNotCostume pic.twitter.com/PEftUNUV
CAIR-facebook “This officer’s apparent actions call into question how he would interact with Muslim women in the course of his duties as a representative of the St. Paul Police Department,” said CAIR-MN Executive Director Lori Saroya. “Diversity training is the best way to help
eliminate anti-Muslim stereotypes and prejudice (brainwash infidels into thinking they have nothing to fear from Muslims).”
CAIR publishes a propaganda booklet that outlines basic information about Islamic beliefs that are relevant to law enforcement agencies.
SEE: A Law Enforcement Official’s Guide to the Muslim Community