Counterjihad Class Suspended By Pentagon
A class geared for military officers in the U.S. has been teaching them that in general the enemy of America is Islam, not only terrorists. It also suggested that the U.S. might have to at some point wipeout the holy Islamic cities of Medina and Mecca without regard for civilian casualties. These ideas followed the WWII precedents of the A-bomb attack on Japan and the firebombing by the allies of Dresden.
At the end of April, the course was suspended by the Pentagon, when one of the students objected to its content. The FBI changed some if its training for agents last year when it was discovered that it too was very critical in general of Islam.
One of the instructors Matthew Dooley, an Army Lt. Col. said, “They hate everything we stand for and can never exist together with us, unless with submit.” Dooley also said that the Geneva Convention was no longer relevant for setting standards for armed conflict.
His plans for war suggest outcomes like Saudi Arabia being threatened with complete starvation, Islam reduced to just a cult status and Medina and Mecca destroyed in Saudi Arabia.
Dooley still is employed at the school, but is not teaching any longer. The course has been offered as an elective and not as part of core curriculum that is required. It was given five times each year to about 20 students per class, meaning about 800 students took the course over the seven plus years it was offered.