“Islamic Terror Alphabet Criteria” (ITAC) Deployed: Georgia’s (Terror) Mosques Evaluated Via Its Template!

    Updated: July 11, 2019 at 2:35 am EST  See Comments

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    FIRST and foremost, one of the measures of professional integrity is the ability to give credit where credit’s due. Without exception, too. In turn, this allows for the most righteous work-product; one which may, or may not, involve collaborative teamwork. 

    THAT being stated, Americans owe a huge debt of gratitude to Dave Gaubatz – and not only for this newly devised methodology; a first-ever standard of application to measure Islamic terror within the nation’s (western) mosques, namely, the “Islamic Terror Alphabet Criteria” (ITAC). 

    ADVISEDLY, after the reader delves into its nitty gritty (hopefully, with lessons learned) via a set of rigorously established, highly professional, and non-PC criteria (as presented below), the recommendation within is to piggyback it with one (out of enumerable) particular analysis at these pages, to be augmented by “In Their Own Words”, too. A tall order, albeit necessary

    WITHOUT further adieu…..introducing, a most trusted colleague…..

    Sworn Affidavit 

    Dave Gaubatz, USAF (retired), U.S. Federal Agent (retired), and American Patriot (active)

    8 July 2019

    NOTE: When I conduct counter-terrorism research in America it is my objective to expose Islam when Islam requires exposing, which is 24/7.  Anything I do or any materials I uncover are for public release.  It is my policy to provide the public my raw intelligence

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