As Fox News and other news organizations have reported, America's federal prisons are a "breeding ground" for potential Islamic terrorists — and have been so for years. Despite this disturbing trend, the Obama administration has enlisted Islamic organizations with known terror ties to review and endorse chaplains to work in federal prisons.
In response to an inquiry from Republican Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, the Federal Bureau of Prisons provided a list of Islamic Chaplaincy Endorsers, which Grassley has since posted online. Included on the list is the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), which has long-standing ties with the Muslim Brotherhood and was named by the Justice Department as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation terror financing case.
In an open letter to the director of the Bureau of Prisons Thomas Kane, Grassley pointed out that "A 2009 federal district court ruling concluded that ample evidence exists showing the Islamic Society of North America's ties to Hamas, which is designated by the State Department as a terrorist organization."