Actually, I would expect that a Southern Baptist would get a little extra scrutiny if he or she applied to work at an abortion clinic. Likewise, since the US military is currently engaged in conflicts with Islamic extremists, is it unreasonable to pay a little more attention to Islamic members of the military? Random searches or interrogations would be wrong, but how about a little more scrutiny in background checks? A visit with a counselor if someone seems agitated?Shouldn't we be doing a little more scrutiny in background checks for anyone in the military, and paying attention to the warning signs from anyone in the military?
Above all, it would be dangerously foolish to ignore warning signs out of fear of being accused of profiling. That goes for all of society, not just for areas with heightened security concerns.