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FBI Agents Lack Arabic Skills In Post-9/11 World
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Date : 2006-10-11 22:28:10                      Reader : 254
We do not believe that Arabs will sell their conscious to work for U.S. security services. It is in fact prohibited in all faiths and races to spy against your people or your country.

 

Washintonpost.com 11/10/2006

FBI Agents Lack Arabic Skills In Post-9/11 World


Posted By: Intellpuke
Five years after Arab terrorists attacked the United States, only 33 FBI agents have even a limited proficiency in Arabic, and none of them work in the sections of the bureau that coordinate investigations of international terrorism, according to new FBI statistics.

Counting agents who know only a handful of Arabic words - including those who scored zero on a standard proficiency test - just 1 percent of the FBI's 12,000 agents have any familiarity with the language, the statistics show.

The numbers reflect the FBI's continued struggle to attract employees who speak Arabic, Urdu, Farsi and other languages of the Middle East and South Asia, even as the bureau leads a fight against terrorist groups primarily centered in those parts of the world. The same challenge is facing the CIA and other agencies as the government competes with the private sector for a limited number of applicants with foreign-language proficiency, according to U.S. officials and experts.


 
 
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