NYPD To Distribute Detailed Guide To Help Officers Understand The 5 Pillars Of Islam. (Can’t you just smell the stench of terror-linked CAIR here?)
NY Daily News Police Commission William Bratton promised Wednesday at a pre-Ramadan conference at NYPD headquarters in Manhattan to protect the rights of the city’s Muslims. His predecessor, Raymond Kelly, came under scrutiny for surveilling Muslim communities.
“You have my pledge as commissioner we will not to jeopardize that trust that all our efforts are geared toward increasing,” Bratton said to dozens of Muslim leaders at 1 Police Plaza. “You also have my pledge that we will continue to ensure policing is lawful, constitutional, effective and respectful.”
Sadly, Bratton touted that the department now boasts 1,000 MUSLIM NYPD employees. A video showcasing the Muslim employees was presented to the crowd of about 150 police officers and community members. Bratton, who scrapped a plan to create a detailed map of the Los Angeles Muslim community when he was that city’s top cop, assured the audience that police were interested in working with the leaders.
Bratton also discussed security during the month-long Ramadan holiday that begins June 28, saying that the department would add more foot patrols and cars to protect certain areas around mosques.
During a brief question and answer session, one Muslim leader pleaded with Bratton to go to the leaders when there are problems rather than using spies. “We don’t need informants,” Adebola Sanusi, deputy Imam from Masjid Rahmatillah in Staten Island, said. “Come to us.” (Riiiight, because we can’t wait to rat out our terrorist brothers)
He explained that the NYPD would be distributing a detailed guide to help officers understand Ramadan and the pillars of Islam.
Bratton also urged the Muslim leaders to get involved with fighting extremism. (HAH! They create the extremists) “The goal of the police department is to protect lives and to not intrude on Muslim to any degree unnecessary.”
Below is what the 5 pillars of Islam REALLY are: