Case of Sergeant Mohammad Weiss Rasool

by admin on January 1, 2005

in 2005,2006,2007,2008,IO - Law Enforcement,IO - National Security

Political Influence Operations

Dates: 2005-2008


Muslim Afghan immigrant Sgt. Mohammad Weiss Rasool served as CAIR’s liaison and advocate within the Fairfax County (VA) Police Department.  He arranged meetings between CAIR and Fairfax County’s police chief to complain about surveillance of mosques and demand Muslim sensitivity training for officers.  In an email he was careful to warn CAIR leaders to refrain from deviating from their specific agenda so as not to raise tension between them and the police.  He visited Executive Director Nihad Awad at CAIR headquarters several times between 2005 and 2008.  Rasool breached the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database at least 15 times to alert fellow Muslims who may have been under surveillance.  In October 2007, Rasool was confronted by FBI agents for abusing his access to police databases.  On April 22, 2008 Weiss Rasool was sentenced to two years supervised probation and a $1,000 fine for his crimes.


Muslim Mafia, p. 69-73

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