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By M.K. Dutta The US has decided to send in troops to fight the “birrophobic” movement, after a controversial report that alleged the Obama administration had used an electronic tagging system to track the movements of millions of Muslims and non-Muslims.US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel announced the move on Wednesday, saying the US military would send up to 500 military personnel to help with training and operations, which the White House said would be done “in a non-disruptive manner”.
The plan was welcomed by Muslims and rights groups, who said it would show the US has not ceded any ground to the movement that claims the US’s history as a Christian nation was based on a lie.
“The United States is not just a Christian country,” said Ahmad Shaheed, the deputy executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
“We are a nation that has fought a long war, which ended when the Constitution was ratified, and we’re not surrendering that ground.”
The Pentagon has not said what the plan would look like.
US military officials have previously said the deployment would be to support the “humanitarian effort” in Afghanistan.
However, on Wednesday a senior official from the National Security Council told reporters that the deployment was not related to a pending Senate investigation into the US response to the 2009 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
“There is no such investigation at this time,” said NSC spokesperson Ned Price.US President Donald Trump and his top advisers have not ruled out deploying troops to Afghanistan, which is home to some of the world’s deadliest terrorist groups.
In December, Trump announced a surge in US troops to help counter the Taliban, the Pakistani Taliban and the Haqqani network.
Trump has also called for a military campaign in Syria, where a US-backed alliance has been battling Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
“We are going to send hundreds of thousands of people into the fight against ISIS,” Trump said in a speech on Tuesday.
“And we’re going to get out of the Middle East.
It’s going to happen in a very short period of time.”
The White House did not immediately respond to requests for comment.