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“The Muslim Advisory Council” Thought it Was A Good Idea to Give Ray Kelly an Award
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While some groups are giving Ray Kelly this kind of reception at his lectures, the “Muslim Advisory Council” thought it was a good idea to reward the former NYPD chief spy. Many Muslims are appalled by the group’s action with CAIR-NY describing it as a “cheap political stunt.”




Kelly’s creative writing: Stop-and-frisk and Muslim surveillance are wonderful!
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BY ALEX PAREENE

A paragraph-by-paragraph rebuttal to NYPD Commissioner and would-be Homeland Security Chief Ray Kelly’s WSJ op-ed.




Ray Kelly: Things Falling Apart
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How did this happen? How did the wheels fall off Ray Kelly’s NYPD?

How did Kelly’s policies manage to alienate the City Council, groups of Muslim-Americans and African-Americans, the New York Times, the FBI and even the Obama administration?




Report: NYPD’s Surveillance of Muslims ‘Harmful’
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The New York Police Department’s surveillance of the Muslim community has had harmful consequences, according to a report being released Monday from the Muslim American Civil Liberties Coalition and its partners.




Amid Muslim flap, New York police chief high in polls
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(Reuters) – New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly won better than 2-to-1 approval ratings in a poll released on Tuesday as voters said police act appropriately in how they deal with Muslims by a margin of 58 percent to 29 percent.




New York Post, Daily News Defend NYPD’s Surveillance Of Muslims As New York Times Remains Silent
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NEW YORK — Bob McManus, editorial page editor of the New York Post, blastedthe Associated Press on Tuesday, suggesting that the news organization cares more about winning a Pulitzer Prize than the threat of terrorism.




Peter King Defends NYPD Monitoring, Plans More Hearings on Islam
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Appearing on WCBS in New York this morning, Representative Peter King offered a strong defense of NYPD’s spying on mosques and Muslim businesses and student groups in several states. Criticism of the recently revealed program has intensified in recent days, but King said he was proud of the police department.




Kelly on his department’s relationship with Muslims; a Muslim professor on his protest T-shirt
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Earlier that morning, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly spoke to Fox 5 New York, acknowledging some of the criticism but saying it doesn’t reflect the relationship his department has with Muslim residents.




Len Levitt: Kelly on Muslim Spying: Who, Us?
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On the day the city’s Muslims staged their first organized protest against the NYPD’s secret and pervasive spying on their communities, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly denied the obvious. At an unrelated news conference, Kelly told reporters that he “categorically denied” the idea that the NYPD was spying.