Tulsa Police Capt. Suspended for Refusing to Attended Ordered Muslims Mosque Services

A Tulsa police officer who was suspended and punished for refusing to attend Muslim religious services at a local mosque that has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood is suing his employer for ordering him to attend over his religious objections.

Even worse, the mosque the officer was order to attend is connected to an Imam who is an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and has been recorded proudly making numerous anti-American statements over the years.

In yet another example of the self-immolation marking the end of western culture, Captain Paul Fields of the Tulsa, Oklahoma police force was suspended and later punished further for refusing to attend the mosque as well as refusing to order any of the officers under him to do so against their religious beliefs.

Of course, we all know that if the Tulsa police had tried to force its officers to attend Christian indoctrination services, the media and the militant atheists who pretend to be against religion–but who are really only against Christianity–would have been all over this case. But because the department was forcing Islam down the throats of its officers, all those nice, liberal groups are silent as a graveyard.

In 2011 Tulsa police officials ordered Capt. Fields to attend a so-called “Law Enforcement Appreciation Day” at a local mosque connected to Imam Siraj Wahhaj–an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 WTC bombing and radical Islamist connected to the Muslim Brotherhood.

A week before the purported law enforcement community event, the mosque hosted a dinner and speech by Imam Siraj Wahhaj who once told a Muslim audience in New Jersey, “If only Muslims were more clever politically, they could take over the United States and replace its constitutional government with a caliphate.”

In another sermon, Wahhaj said: “In time, this so-called democracy will crumble, and there will be nothing, and the only thing that will remain will be Islam.”

The 16-year police veteran informed his chief that he would not attend religious services because it violated his religious beliefs and also noted that he would not order his officers to do so if they felt it violated their religious conscience.

The Thomas Moore Law Center subsequently took the officer’s case but thus far has been met with courts upholding the treatment the officer received by his department.

TMLC charges that the department launched a campaign of harassment of Capt. Fields that consisted of:

  • The Tulsa Police Department retaliated against Fields for exercising his constitutional rights.
  • Fields had the right to object to the order to attend the Mosque because of his deeply held religious beliefs.
  • Fields was punitively transferred for invoking his constitutional rights.
  • There was no need for Fields to attend the Mosque if he had a religious conviction against doing so and there was no crime to investigate.
  • Fields was the top performing shift commander in his division.
  • Fields’ punishment was inconsistent with other similarly situated officers of his rank
  • The allegations of the Internal Investigation of Fields could not be sustained.

In May, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that it was perfectly OK for the department to attempt to force its officers to attend the Muslim services.

“This case is another startling example of applying a double standard when Christian civil rights are involved,” said Richard Thompson, TMLC president and chief counsel. “If this were a Catholic or Protestant prayer event, I am positive no Muslim police officer would have been ordered to attend. Further, no federal court would have approved the punishment of a Muslim officer had he refused to attend.”

TMLC is now hoping to take its case to the US Supreme Court.

“The matter is now ripe for the United States Supreme Court’s review. As the petition states, the city of Tulsa has been allowed to punish a public employee, Capt. Fields, for his right to seek redress of a civil rights violation in court,” a TMLC spokesman said. “The Thomas More Law Center is hopeful that the United States Supreme Court will step in to right the wrongful punishment and retaliation Capt. Fields has faced because of his Christian beliefs.”

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  • jim_m

    He was not being ordered to worship. He was being ordered to go to a “law enforcement appreciation day”. If he was being sent there in his official capacity he really had no grounds to object, which is why he is losing this case. He will continue to lose.

    Without something that proves that officers attending were in some way being compelled to worship there was nothing that violated his rights. Without that proof he just comes off as an intolerant crank.

    • Brucehenry

      You are right of course. If he HAD been ordered to “attend a religious service” that would be one thing, but this was nothing more than a community outreach event held in a mosque. If he had been ordered to attend a “law enforcement appreciation day” at St Michael’s Catholic Church he would have made no objection.

      • jim_m

        Of course I’m right . I’m always right. 😉

        • Brucehenry

          Yeah that’s why I said “of course” lol.

        • Brucehenry

          Of course I’m sure articles like Warner’s here are all over the Wingnutosphere. Bunch of ginned up butthurt.

          This “Thomas More Law Center” outfit sounds like a pack of kooks or a pack of grifters.

          • jim_m

            I suspect that there are fewer of these on the right than there were troothers on the left claiming that Bush knew! You know. Like Chico. I recall at one point a Rasmussen poll finding that

            Democrats in America are evenly divided on the question of whether George W. Bush knew about the 9/11 terrorist attacks in advance. Thirty-five percent (35%) of Democrats believe he did know, 39% say he did not know, and 26% are not sure.

            So don’t blithely throw around criticisms about the wingnutosphere. Go tell Rosie O’Donnell that fire can indeed melt steel.

          • jim_m

            The point being that while this might be the province of wingnuts on the right, trootherism is mainstream on the left.

            [edit]We can throw in the insanity that Trayvon is a saint and the whole free Mumia BS. That and all your t-shirts idolizing serial killers (Che) because mass murder in the name of your ideology is cool.

          • Brucehenry

            O’Donnell aside, we’ve been over all this before. Most Democrats who respond that, “yes, Bush knew” are referring to the August 6 memo. You know, the kind of ambiguous, rather useless one. Not that Bush was in on the planning or anything of the sort.

            So the canard about Dems being truthers is just that — a canard. On the other hand, I believe a majority of Republicans poll as believing Obama is a Muslim. I could be wrong about the percentage, but it’s a pretty healthy one if I’m not mistaken.

          • jim_m

            I never saw a poll higher than 25%

          • Brucehenry
          • jim_m

            I always thought that the whole muslim thing was crap. It has always been obvious that to obama, the only god was himself. His actions betray a man who believes that religion is a tool to manipulate other people. I don’t think he believes in any god other than the one he sees in the mirror.

          • Brucehenry

            I think Obama, like a lot of churchgoers, attends church more for the fellowship, political/business connections, and social status than for the love of God.

            That doesn’t make him much different than about 80% of the congregation of the last church I regularly attended back in the 90s, at least that’s the impression I had.

          • jim_m

            Pew said 30% that is two of your links.

            Time said 46%, but while I trust the Pew methodology I do not trust Time.

            Both are far short of your claim of a majority.

          • Brucehenry

            Two different Pew polls, one in 2010 and one in 2012.

          • jim_m

            Trootherism was so mainstream on the left that many Hollywood celebs were publicly vocal about their support of the theories. Rosie, Charlie Sheen, Martin Sheen, Woody Harrelson, Willie Nelson, Janeane Garofalo, Ed Asner, the list goes on and on.

          • Brucehenry

            Well some people are kooks and some are famous and some are both. I don’t give a shit what celebrities say or hold their political opinions against them. I like Gary Sinise and Tom Selleck and Kelsey Grammer and that chick from “The Middle.” I like that loony Jenny McCarthy. Hell, I even cranked up the volume on “Cat Scratch Fever” when it played on the classic rock station on my way to work this morning.

          • Brucehenry

            BTW I looked up “Actors and Artists for 9/11 Truth,” and saw all the names you mentioned but not many more familiar ones. And many of them ARE flat-out kooky on the subject, but some seem to have signed this petition more because they were suspicious of how the AFTERMATH was handled rather than suspecting that the Bushies were somehow responsible for the attack itself. Gore Vidal, for instance.

            http://www.actorsandartistsfor911truth.org/Q-Z.htm#Gore_Vidal

          • jim_m

            If you sell your integrity for political gain, whatever condemnation your receive is justly deserved. If they put their names on it and didn’t believe it but merely wanted to undermine the President then fuck em all.

          • Brucehenry

            You have a unique penchant for not only missing but actively dodging the point.

          • JWH

            Of course George W. Bush knew about the 9/11 attacks in advance. Every day, he received briefings that said someday, somewhere, al-Qaida might possibly strike. Thus, he had to know that al-Qaida would strike on September 11th.

          • jim_m

            Another freaking troother moron.

            By that logic Clinton should have known about it because the hijackers were in the US since 1999. Yes, Bush received briefings that said that al qaeda was planning something. However, none of them said what the date was or specifically what they would do. The rest is just fever swamp fantasy from ignorant morons like you.

          • Brucehenry

            Sarcasm look it up.

          • jim_m

            Really? It’s hard to anticipate sarcasm from a population where the plurality thinks that steel can’t be melted.

          • Brucehenry

            Brillo for brains, your “poll” was debunked months ago. August 6 memo. Jesus.

          • JWH

            Jim_M, have your morning coffee and turn on your sarcasm detector.

          • jim_m

            I expect people who generally believe the way Chico does, that when they mimic his arguments, they aren’t mocking him.

          • JWH

            And for the record, I will have you know, that President Clinton, had he known what was coming, would have “investigated” every intern in the White House until he found answers.

          • jim_m

            I honesty believe that lefties put out BS like you just did, in a serious attempt to score political points and when called on it claim “some of these are jokes”. You’re all full of sh*t.

          • Brucehenry

            Yes of course you would claim to believe that rather than admit you made an even MORE stupid comment.

          • JWH

            *shrug* Believe what you will. I don’t care about your opinion enough to try to change it.

          • JWH

            Addendum: “Lefties like me” sometimes put out BS because it’s fun to see right-wingers get red in the face.

          • And the fact that you’ve never heard of this story til now proves my point, really. So, thanks for the assist…. oh, and thanks for proving my point that the USA is dead.

          • Brucehenry

            Yes the mainstream media is deliberately keeping me ignorant but not YOU, you are way too smart for ’em!

            And the sky is falling, sure yeah whatever.

          • Commander_Chico

            I don’t even think Warner believes the retarded shit he posts.

          • Says the self confirmed damn liar.

          • Commander_Chico

            Boob bait for the bubbas.

            Get old ladies and angry fools to give all their money away to the “Thomas Moore Center.”

          • Commander_Chico

            Most likely grifters. I hope Warner’s getting a cut.

          • I am getting pretty upset that I never get a cut of ANYTHING! Obama has failed me if I can’t get some graft, too.

          • Brucehenry

            Ur doin it wrong

          • Brett Buck

            “wingnut” and “butthurt” are your new catchphrases? That’s cute.

    • Of course, we all know that if the Tulsa police had tried to force its officers to attend Christian indoctrination services, the media and the militant atheists who pretend to be against religion–but who are really only against Christianity–would have been all over this case. But because the department was forcing Islam down the throats of its officers, all those nice, liberal groups are silent as a graveyard.

    • If you had read the link to the main story you’d have seen that it was not a “police appreciation” day but an excuse to proselytize for the the religion of child molesting.

      • Brucehenry

        Well I DID read the link and just because the geniuses at the Thomas More Law Center call this event an “indoctrination session” doesn’t make it so.

        • Then, by your logic, it doesn’t make it NOT so, either.

          • Commander_Chico

            By law, when the courts says it wasn’t, it wasn’t.

          • Brucehenry

            Ha Ha that’s not MY logic. By YOUR logic every wildass allegation could be true so let’s propagate it!

      • jim_m

        Your story said “law enforcement appreciation day”. If that is what the mosque was calling it then his position becomes untenable.

        • Brucehenry

          Can you imagine if a police captain was ordered to observe a Native American ceremony on a reservation and refused to attend because of so-called “sincerely held religious beliefs”?

          My suspicion is that this police official just plain doesn’t like Mooooslims and is dressing up his bigotry in Wingnutese with the help of these charlatans at the so-called “Thomas More Law Center.”

      • Doug Indeap

        It is important to recognize the distinction between the scope of the event and the scope of the order. I understand that the mosque organizing the event wished to thank the police department for its work and acquaint people with Islam (and perhaps even hope to win converts [not unlike those of every other religion]). The order, though, did not require the attending officers to participate in any religious aspects of the event. They were not required to attend any religious services or even talk with anyone about Islam. They were required only to show up and hang around for half an hour (fly the flag, so to speak), and then were free to leave. How that would violate Fields’s conscience, he does not explain. Instead, his lawyers pretend that the order subjected him to religious proselytizing or some such. The plain fact is that it does no such thing. If anyone at the event may have sought to engage him in discussion of Islam, he was free to turn away and head for the sandwich table.

    • JWH

      I’m reading the Circuit Court opinion right now. From what I’m seeing, the Tulsa Police Department investigated some threats against the mosque, and the mosque wanted to host police for a Law Enforcement Appreciation Day afterward. The mosque leaders went to some trouble to say that officers could attend presentations if they wanted to, and that they were invited to witness a worship service if they so chose.

      The police department asked for volunteers to attend, but nobody volunteered. Police department followed up by more or less ordering that each shift and precinct send a few officers and a supervisor to go to the event; the department made it clear that officers would not be required to attend presentations or to witness the worship service. (They specifically said that officers should expect to stay for only about 30 minutes, in part so the officers would not have to attend the ceremony).

      Fields refused based on his religious convictions, and he refused to order officers under his command to do so.

      Setting aside the First Amendment implications (it’s 8 in the morning where I am, too early to debate it), I think refusing to attend is pretty darn rude. The Muslims are as much a part of the Tulsa community as anybody else, and maintaining good relations with them is just a part of community policing. Moreover (IIRC), hospitality is taken very seriously in the Muslim community. If you refuse a person’s invitation, it’s just darn insulting.

      • Commander_Chico

        Doesn’t implicate the First Amendment any more than making them wear a uniform does.

        Community relations are a part of police work. Don’t want to work with different people? Don’t be a cop, be a watch repairman.

      • JWH

        I’m reading through some of the AFLC’s materials about the case right now … and they really, REALLY, didn’t do their client any favors. They ought to have kept the complaint laser-focused on the First Amendment and Oklahoma RFRA issues. Unfortunately, the complaint spends several pages on a diatribe against Islam and the Muslim Brotherhood. This certainly didn’t impress the 10th Circuit.

    • Yes, yes he did have grounds for objecting…it’s called the first amendment. If you don’t follow a religion, you can’t be forced to attend services there.

      • jim_m

        IF, as the article states, this was a “Law enforcement appreciation day” event then yes, the officer could be asked to attend (not required to worship) as part of his duties. It appears that this is the case.

        No court would uphold the officer being required to attend a random worship service. And no court has. What the uproar over this does is provide reason for lefties to dismiss real offenses. Basically, you are damaging the cause of religious freedom, not standing for it.

    • Enforcer1954

      It was ment to give the impression that “mainstream” Americans embrace Islam. Anyone who can’t see these animals for what they really are is just a very special kind of STUPID !!

  • JWH

    For context, here’s the 10th Circuit’s decision.

    https://www.ca10.uscourts.gov/opinions/12/12-5218.pdf

  • Mjolnir

    Community outreach is *not* part of a police commander’s duties? That’s debatable.
    Another question I have that remains unanswered is whether he’s been asked to attend any other similar events at other religious houses of worship and if he’s similarly declined to attend because of religious or denominational beliefs.
    Another thought is that it seems like it would be good police work if the captain was able to cultivate a dialogue with some of the members of the mosque who also oppose radicals and who might be inclined to work with law enforcement.
    One final thought – if he was told to attend and was getting paid to attend, then it was, de facto, an official duty of his, no? That’s how it’s always been for me in every job I’ve ever had.

    • Brucehenry

      No no you don’t understand it’s The End Of Western Civilization As We Know It and also the Death Knell Of The Constitution and a Dastardly Plot By The Lamestream Media To Conceal The Truth and it’s furthermore an Attack On Religious Liberty what are you a tool of the Obama administrations War On Christianity? HEENGHHH?

      • Vagabond661

        It is the liberals job to mock as this happens. Well done.

        Look at the timeline as as a whole. Day to day it’s easy to make fun, but if you take everything we lost from 20 to 30 years ago to today, it ain’t so funny anymore. People say remember of the good old days? Remember 4.3% unemployment? Remember when we didn’t have so many on welfare? Remember when we could keep our insurance? Remember when Harry Ried said “This war is lost.” Well, he wasn’t right then but he is now. Remember “We have to pass it to see what’s in it.”

        Liberals think they know what’s best for everyone. You can’t have a 32 ounce drink. You should eat what we tell you for school lunch. You can’t frack. You can’t drill. You can’t build it here because there is an owl or lizard or tree which is more valuable.

        They are the Party of Can’t.

        • jim_m

          Reid’s statement that “the war is lost” was aspirational.

        • Brucehenry

          Oh boo hoo.

          I don’t agree with banning Big Gulps but there is nothing wrong with a public information campaign by the government promoting healthy eating and trying to lessen childhood obesity. Michelle isn’t making any decrees you can’t feed your little butterballs Twinkies for lunch if you want to.

          Nor is there any reason NOT to question the wisdom of fracking until certain questions are answered, to wit, does it fucking cause earthquakes?!? And there should be reasonable measures to protect wildlife habitat or do you disagree? Is it OK to build a jetport in the Everglades or put condos in the Grand Canyon? The question is what is reasonable it seems to me.

          Of course you CAN’T do anything you want. We don’t live in Somalia.

          • JWH

            I’m all for investigating the side effects of fracking … or of anything for that matter. But if we’re going to talk about the down sides of fracking, we have to balance them against the rather large upside of greater energy independence.

          • Brucehenry

            As I said, the question is (and always will be) to what extent environmental regulation is “reasonable.”

          • jim_m

            There is no evidence that anyone of the enviro left is willing to make any concessions for the production of any kind of energy. You cannot reach a compromise when the other side has declared preemptively that all fossil fuels are evil and that they will not countenance any extraction or use of those resources.

          • Brucehenry

            Yes let’s see some quotes from those unreasonable people claiming that all fossil fuels are evil you are a liar.

          • jim_m

            Show me where there has been one enviro group that supported the Keystone pipeline even though it is well established that oil pipelines are far safer and more reliable than either trucking or rail transport.

            Show me one enviro group that supports fracking.

            Show me one enviro group that supports construction of a new nuclear plant .

            Unless they are willing to support something they are by default obstucting everything.

          • Brucehenry

            A little different than claiming that anyone said “all fossil fuels are evil.”

          • jim_m

            never heard of a metaphor before, eh?

          • Brucehenry

            Yeah I have and I’ve heard of hyperbole and I’ve heard of exaggerating for effect. I’ve also heard of bald faced lying which is what you were doing, not making any “metaphor.”

          • jim_m

            Riiiight. You’re making yourself look foolish now. You just know that you lost the point and don’t want to even bother posting any argument. Go ahead and keep on whining, loser.

          • Vagabond661

            Earhquakes? oh boo hoo. show me some evidence or i will just chalk it up to global warming and the government brought down the Twin Towers.

            And it’s not a point of we can’t do anything we want you twit. it’s that the liberals want to dictate that.

          • Brucehenry

            http://www.usgs.gov/blogs/features/usgs_top_story/man-made-earthquakes/

            http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2014/07/07/3456931/oklahoma-frackquakes/

            Unanswered questions, dude. Dismiss everything that doesn’t fit with your preconceived notions of “liberal tyranny” if you wish, you’re a rube.

          • jim_m

            The problem with ascribing earthquakes to fracking is that we know so little about earthquakes to begin with. You could just as well ascribe the earthquakes to rising obesity and the stresses put on the ground by enormously fat people. Maybe we should put people on forced diets to stop earthquakes.

          • Brucehenry

            I expect to see Warner’s article on this liberal plot soon, and how enormously fat people are the harbingers are the End Of America.

          • jim_m

            In some respects I think that is true. Tedd Kennedy and Chris Dodd are good examples. However, I think this is correlation and not causation.

          • Vagabond661

            You are a pawn. Which state does the most fracking? I guess that state has the most earthquakes.

            Oh and hey the Antarctica’s ice is EXPANDING! Probably due to fracking.

          • Brucehenry

            You didn’t read the links, I suppose because you prefer to live in self-imposed ignorance. It’s bliss, ain’t it?

          • Vagabond661

            READ YOUR OWN LINKS!!! IT WAS A DIRECT QUOTE FROM YOUR LINK!!!

            but hey if you prefer to live in self-imposed ignorance. It’s bliss, ain’t it?

          • Brucehenry

            Yes I see I was in error. You did indeed read the link. My apologies. Too bad you dismiss them once you find what you imagine to be a gotcha in one of them.

          • Vagabond661

            Too bad you cite blogs and liberal websites for your sources.

          • Brucehenry

            USGS is not a blog. The Think Progress article links to a Cornell University study. Here it is:

            http://www.sciencemag.org/content/345/6192/13.summary

          • Vagabond661

            I got a paragraph and then i clicked on full text and i had to spend money to read the rest. niiiiiccceee.

            And as far as USGS did you notice the second word in the link was BLOG?

          • Brucehenry

            So it’s a blog, on the website for the United States Geological Survey, an organization held in some regard in certain circles. By contrast, here are the supporters of the website you linked to which claims fracking is as safe as breast milk:

            http://www.energyfromshale.org/supporting-organizations

          • Vagabond661

            And so? Are you against Hispanics now?

          • Vagabond661

            From your link:

            “Many questions have been raised about whether hydraulic fracturing — commonly known as “fracking”— is responsible for the recent increase of earthquakes. USGS’s studies suggest that the actual hydraulic fracturing process is only very rarely the direct cause of felt earthquakes.”

            From the fracking website:

            Does fracking cause earthquakes?

            An incredibly small amount of seismic activity accompanies the hydraulic fracturing process; however the low level of seismicity has resulted in no cases of injury or property damage in over one million instances.

            – See more at: http://www.energyfromshale.org/faq#n166

            You offer no facts to dispute WTH’s piece. You just mock it. Like liberals do. again well done.

            BTW, there is a huge difference in promoting something and making it mandatory.

            PLUS there is a difference in protecting the environment and using the EPA to control what others can or can not do.

            The next thing you know we can’t wear an American Flag on Cinco De Mayo. oh wait….

          • Brucehenry

            Yes and the link suggests that maybe some further study is needed before fracking can be pronounced safe in all and every instance, which was all I was saying. I am not asking that fracking never be allowed, only noting that we cannot say yet whether it causes harm. Aside from earthquakes there is the question of water supply safety.

            Also, it’s a USGS study. YOUR link, on the other hand is from a group financed by the fossil fuel industry.

            And yes, there is a difference in promoting something and making it mandatory. Which is why there is no Federal anti-Twinkie statute.

            But the EPA was set up to protect the environment BY CONTROLLING WHAT OTHERS CAN AND CANNOT DO. What OTHER way is there to protect it, genius? How do you think laws and governments work?

            As has been noted here, this ruling will be overturned, which is how things are supposed to work. See? Not gonna be the End Of The Republic after all.

          • Vagabond661

            Google “school bans homemade lunches” By the way, try to buy a Twinkie in one of those schools that uses the FLOTUS school lunch plan

          • Brucehenry

            And I got a million links about two schools, one in Chicago and one in Richmond VA. Slippery slope!

            Can’t buy caviar or oysters on the half shell in those schools either wtf is up with THAT?

          • Vagabond661

            You could if you went to the schools our politicians’ kids go to.

          • jim_m

            Yes, there is a problem with the government running a campaign to fight obesity. The problem is that the very recommendations that the government has been making for the last 30 years are the exact opposite from what will reduce obesity. The government has been on a low fat, high carb diet kick since the 80’s.

            The problem with the government enacting “reasonable measures” to protect wildlife habitat is that those measures are only reasonable in the eyes of radical environmentalists who would rather turn the clock back to a 18th century agrarian economy.

            The government should stick to what it does best, which is precious little.

          • Brucehenry

            Funny 5 years ago when I gave up alcohol I also went on a high carb low fat diet and lost 50 lbs and have kept it off ever since.

          • jim_m

            Carbs do more to elevate the glycemic index than fats do and a high carb diet may predispose people to diabetes. Fats also are a better signal to the brain to stop eating so you are less likely to over eat with proper fat intake. I recall that the government use to be against saturated fats, until recently when they decided that trans fats were evil and now saturated fats are good again.

            I also lost a lot of weight following a high fat/low carb diet. so there.

            The point is that in many areas the government doesn’t know what the heck it is doing and it should keep its nose out of other people’s business.

          • Brucehenry

            I suppose you also have a problem with the government running a campaign to promote vaccinations? Preventing littering? Planting trees on Arbor Day?

          • jim_m

            The difference is that the government promotes the USDA dietary recommendations in schools and pushes it with physicians. Littering is an eyesore regardless. I believe that the government should promote vaccinations but should get out of the business of distribution and restricting the manufacture of vaccines. The government is lousy at science and should stay out of it.

            I like trees, so the government can plant away. But don’t count me as convinced that it should be spending my tax dollars that way. I would rather that be a local government thing and not a federal. Why should I be paying to plant trees in Arizona when I live over 1000 miles away?

  • It’s JUST enforcement appreciation day: Enough is Enough, I would not walk inside a Mosque except to throw pig blood everywhere and leave. This is why, Obama Administration Announces Nationwide Muslim Outreach Program For
    Children Grades K-12, among other things. Call the schools if you don’t believe me. Believe me if the US doesn’t do something about the Muslim Usurper in the White House, get him out whatever it takes. Remember:
    Obama said: “The sweetest sound on earth, is the Muslim call to prayer at sunset.” NEED I SAY MORE!

  • My comment is the last, but not least. Read it, it’s true. Hope everyone on here that thinks Muslims are so great get to enjoy them while they still have their head attached.

  • Doug Indeap

    The headline and article mislead. Captain Fields was not ordered to attend an “Muslim religious services.” He was merely ordered to detail three officers in his command to a community policing event at a mosque (of the same sort the police department had held hundreds of times at other religious venues). The order did not require any officer to attend any religious services or even discuss Islam. They could have showed up, had a cup of coffee, and left. The undisputed facts are presented in the court’s decision. https://www.ca10.uscourts.gov/opinions/12/12-5218.pdf

    • Brucehenry

      Again, like Mjolnir upthread, you fail to understand how this heralds the end of America, slaps all God-fearing Christian Americans (is there any other kind?) in the face, and reveals the perfidy of the Lamestream Media and the Democrat Party (BIRM).

      • jim_m

        You really are little more than a troll anymore.

        • Brucehenry

          Nuh uh you

          • jim_m

            exactly

  • Daniel Malice

    Good man. I would do the same damn thing. You all forget that there was going a man there with connections to the world trade center bombings. The hell with all muslims. He did the right thing.