Law enforcement launched CVE, Counter Violent Extremism programs that use a scale to measure signs of how Muslims get radicalized
here are FBI Top Ten Signs that you have been radicalized:
#10 . you missed shaving your beard more than 5 days
#9. You had Falafel and Humus at same time in breakfast
#8. Sop buying deodorants that has alcohol in them
#7. Didn’t watch the American Sniper film!
#6. Don’t stand during national anthem at Baseball games
#5. Asking for Halal beer at bars …
#4. Start praying at mosque during weekdays
#3. Doing a “woduoa” at public bathroom
#2. Calling your siblings brothers
and the #1 sign that you have been radicalized is
#1. You use your hijab as a Cell phone holder
please if you experience more than one of these sign call you nearest mosque or school they are working with law enforcement to help you with the de-radicalization process! It is free!
By Ahmed Tharwat
Last Sunday, more than 180 million Americans congregated in living rooms, bars, restaurants to eat, drink and watch the Super Bowl 50 championship game between Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers. This is the biggest sporting event of the year, with highest TV rating (39.1 points); the game day ticket price averaging $10,466, it brought more than $500M economic value (debatable) to host city, a 30 second ad costs $4.5m, in fact, last year a FIAT 500X crossover car covering one minute ad costs $9m, that for the first time mixed cars and Viagra. American football is not just a game, it is a huge entertaining culture exhibition, where one hour is stretched to more than 3 hours of festivities. The actual playing time according to a Wall Street Journal study, is 11 minutes, with commercials taking up about an hour. As many as 75 minutes, or about 60% of the total air time, excluding commercials, is spent on shots of players huddling, standing at the line of scrimmage or just generally milling about between snaps.
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