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TSA issues tougher cargo rules from the 5 mostly Muslim Nations
Transportation Security Administration claims the change in policy is driven by the latest intelligence.
A first draft of a ” Department of Homeland Security report from last month, the authorities are urged to carefully monitor, evaluate large number of Sunni Muslim immigrants, the installation of a broad-based “at-risk” profile, say, it might be necessary, “continuously, persons of interest”, even after living in the United States.
The document comes exclusively from Foreign Policy magazine, analyzed, 25 terrorist attacks in the United States from 2001 until 2017, in order to determine which type is to be pursued by migrants on a “long-term basis.”
Risk factors identified in the report, which included specifically the Sunni Muslims, as a young, male, and come from countries in South Asia, the Middle East or Africa.
The design of a report, prepared for U.S. customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, acting caused consternation among the current and former DHS officials, the reports foreign policy.
Some of the magazine reported the results were misleading, in part because the report focuses only on the Sunnis, who are more likely than other religious groups.
“First of all, this report would be to implement tax policies, unfair and discriminatory surveillance of certain ethnic groups,” a DHS official told the magazine. “Secondly, the analysis, the crazy Packed leader, such as a comprehensive analysis of the post-9/11-could result in terrorism, the decision-makers to overlook significant national security threats.”
“This report would implement tax policies, unfair and discriminatory surveillance of certain ethnic groups.”
– DHS official
In a strongly-worded statement, CBP officials emphasized that the document was a first draft and not a final intelligence assessment.
“The first draft of the assessment … is not only still in the internal CBP, but at the time of its disclosure, is not necessarily a large number of substantial comments and revisions, which have been since made to subsequent versions of the document as a result of CBP’s internal and external review process,” said CBP spokesman said the foreign policy.
Last month, the DHS and DOJ released a report that found nearly three out of four people convicted of international terrorism charges in the U.S. were born abroad.
President Trump responded to this report Via Twitter: “We have submitted to Congress is based, is a list of resources and reforms, we need to keep America safe, including the departure of a random chain migration and the lottery system, a merit.”