ISNA selection highlights procurement problemMarch 23, 2014
The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) was a co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation’s financing of Hamas. Yet INSA is being used as an endorsing agency for the selection of Muslim chaplains to serve in the military.
The reliance on ISNA as an endorsing agency is reminiscent of bid scandals in Afghanistan in which U.N. and U.S. officials have awarded contracts without adequately reviewing the bona fides of the contractor or subcontractor.
ISNA vetted two recently selected chaplains, but who vetted ISNA? Is there no system in place to screen the endorsing agencies for ties to terrorism before they are selected?
Ryan Mauro from the Clarion Project explains this disturbing story in a Mar. 5 interview with Steve Doocy on the Fox News Channel. Take a listen: