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Topic - John Guandolo
The Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office has decided not to be part of an anti-terrorism training session given by a former FBI agent who has been criticized by Muslim groups.
A Kansas sheriff's department has rejected a national Muslim organization's request to cancel a two-day training program to be conducted by a former FBI agent who specializes in Muslim extremism.
Culpeper County Sheriff Scott Jenkins says a law enforcement training program that critics have called anti-Muslim will go on as planned.
The Boston Marathon bombings are a continuation of a Muslim jihad against the United States dating back before the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, says a former FBI agent dedicated to warning America about the Islamist threat.
A federal judge will hear arguments Monday on a preliminary injunction against one of the most contentious ballot measures in this month's elections -- an Oklahoma referendum that banned state courts from considering international or Islamic law when deciding cases.
"I am the only one in this country doing this program or anything close to it," he said
His law enforcement training program is not about identifying all Muslims, he said, but rather identifying threats.