Redacting Islamic Terror

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Redacting Islamic Terror

Redacting Islamic Terror doesn’t make it not happen!

It’s Criminal, absolutely criminal.

No, not the terrorist attack at the Pulse Nightclub. That was an act of true terrorism, mercilessly carried out by a Radical Islamic Terrorist.

Instead, I am talking about Redacting Islamic Terror references from the official guv’ment transcript. Insane, how the United States Government’s Department of Justice (DOJ/FBI), perhaps under the direction of the White House or at the very least some in the administration, willingly altering the transcription of that night’s events terrorist attack to redact (yes, as in remove) references to Islam, Allah, Jihad, Isis!!!

So, who benefits and what is to be gained by the subterfuge of removing the inspiration of Radical Islamic Terror from the story of what happened, to whom and why?

Also wondering how the Pulse Nightclub terrorist attack transcription redaction fit into a possible US Government sanction or collusion with the of Islamic practice of permissible deceptions such as Taqiyya or Kitman? Lying is allowed in Islam via the act of  TAQIYYA (In Shi’a Islam. Taqiya (تقیة taqiyyah/taqīyah) is a form of religious lie, or a legal dispensation whereby a believing individual can deny his faith or commit otherwise illegal or blasphemous acts, specially while they are in fear or at risk of significant persecution. source). In addition to overt lying, In Islamic jurisprudence Kitmān (كتمان “secrecy, concealment”) is a subfield of Ḥiyal (the practice of deception or trickery), consisting of the art of making ambiguous statements, paying lip-service to authority while reserving personal opposition, in a kind of political camouflage or reservatio mentalis (source).

So, I ask in another way: who is harmed when the very reason an act of terrorism is committed – is withheld from those who are it’s very victims?

(Yes, after much outcry and gnashing of teeth, the FBI did release the full transcript; but, why didn’t they do that in the first place?)

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