Exposed: Muslim Recruiting Station on Lackland Air Force Base, TX

Exposed: Muslim Recruiting Station on Lackland Air Force Base, TX

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From WatchDogWire

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August 26, 2013   |   by Dave Gaubatz

Promoting Islam at Lackland Air Force Base, TX

A couple of months ago I had the opportunity to visit the Islamic Center of San Antonio, San Antonio, TX. The research findings were typical of most Sunni mosques around America. This is a Salafist (Wahabi) mosque. Inside were the typical violent materials such as Fiqh Us Sunnan, Tafsir Ibn Kathir, Riyadh Al Salheen, and more.

The research findings were not a surprise since I have seen this type mosque hundreds of times during my research. What was interesting is the Islamic Center is near Lackland AFB. This is one of the U.S. Military largest training bases. All USAF personnel must conduct their initial training on this base. Here is what I discovered:

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2 thoughts on “Exposed: Muslim Recruiting Station on Lackland Air Force Base, TX

  1. Anonymous December 16, 2013 / 2:40 PM

    I am an instructor on base and the trainees can go to whatever religious service they want and none are mandatory. I’ve seen trainees that are Buddhist go to a Wiccan service just because they give them food. In no way are services mandatory. There is a service on base for every religion you can think of in order to cater to the trainees. If they are muslim and want to attend islamic services they can however, if the trainee is christian they are in no way mandated to attend islamic study. The article is a poorly written misinformed article. Please before you get mad over the post take my word on this. Ive been a basic training instructor for over 4 years and I send this kids off to their service of choice whether its christian, jewish, islam or whatever. People can be kicked out of the service or thrown in jail for tampering with a trainees religious service or for forcing religion upon another. Once again this article is all false in regards to trainees. I personally know most of the chaplains at the basic trainee chapel and in no way is this a islamist recruiting station. Freedom of religion is taken very seriously in the AF. I’m about as credible of a source as you can get in regards to basic training

    • Talon's Point (@TalonsPoint) December 16, 2013 / 4:01 PM

      I have no more reason to believe you with your anonymity than you do with mine. Too many reports of the restrictions on Christian expression within the military suggest other than your claims of no religious tampering. Whether you are correct in your claim that there is no Islamic recruiting on this base I’ll believe more should you choose to provide name and rank on this base for verification 😉

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