Monday, July 24, 2017

Radical Islam

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Freed Terrorist
"He's pointing a gun at us, is he an enemy combatant?" "I don't know. Quick! Convene a meeting to find out!"

In a bizarre move, the U.S. Military Commission held a lengthy hearing this month to determine if a convicted Al Qaeda operative who rejoined the terrorist group after the Obama administration released him from Guantanamo is an enemy belligerent. The hearing, held at the Fort Belvoir Army base in Virginia, was also supposed to determine if the convicted terrorist, Ibrahim Ahmed Mahmoud al Qosi, can be forced to serve more jail time though his exact whereabouts appear to be unknown. It may sound like a bad joke but it’s not and Judicial Watch was part of a group of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) approved by the Pentagon to cover the absurd proceeding.

Here’s some background on Al Qosi, a Sudanese national who spent more than eight years at the U.S. military compound in southeast Cuba that houses the world’s most dangerous terrorists, including 9/11 masterminds Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM), Ramzi Binalshibh, Ali Abdul Aziz Ali and Mustafa Ahmed Adam al Hawsawi. In 2010 Al Qosi pleaded guilty to conspiring with Al Qaeda and providing material support for terrorism. A military panel sentenced him to 14 years in confinement, but the Obama administration transferred him to his native Sudan two years later under a plea agreement that included three conditions, including that Al Qosi would not become involved in or support terrorism.

Al Qosi has since joined Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), U.S. officials confirm, and has proudly appeared in propaganda and recruitment videos that indicate he is one of the group’s leaders. Though U.S. military officials wouldn’t confirm Al Qosi’s whereabouts, it’s obvious that he’s not in U.S. custody and the ridiculous hearing—which included an army of taxpayer-funded lawyers—was held while he engages in terrorist activities.

To quote our commander-in-chief, Al Qosi is a “bad dude” who never should have been released. His Department of Defense (DOD) file is disturbing and recommends continued detention. “Detainee is an admitted al-Qaida operative and one of Usama Bin Laden’s (UBL) most trusted associates and veteran bodyguard,” the Pentagon file states. “Detainee was the accountant for UBL’s Taba Investment Company (TIC) in Sudan, which provided financial and logistical services for UBL and al-Qaida. Detainee served as a treasurer and courier for TIC. Detainee is associated with senior al-Qaida members and received advanced training. Detainee participated in hostilities against US and Coalition forces at Tora Bora, AF.” The intel file says that releasing Al Qosi is a high risk because he is likely to pose a threat to the U.S., its interests and allies. “Detainee is an admitted veteran jihadist with combat experience beginning in 1990 and it is assessed he would engage in hostilities against US forces, if released.”

The Fort Belvoir spectacle was officially called a DuBay hearing, a seldom-used fact-finding session that’s unique to the military justice system. It was quite a production, with a packed gallery that included a large contingent from the various defense teams involved in the 9/11 trails, media and NGOs. Al Qosi was represented by three taxpayer-funded attorneys, including Michael Schwartz, a former military lawyer who has represented Guantanamo terrorists for more than five years.

Among the first issue addressed by the court was defense counsel’s ability to represent Al Qosi’s best interests because his original attorney, Navy Reserve Commander Suzanne Lachelier, claims a conflict of interest prevents her from representing him. Back when Al Qosi was sentenced after his 2010 convictions he instructed of his intent to appeal and, though he’s an Al Qaeda poster boy training future jihadists, an appeal was filed on his behalf.

Over the years Judicial Watch has repeatedly traveled to Guantanamo to cover the 9/11 trials and hearings as well as those of other terrorists, including Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, who orchestrated the 2000 attack on the Navy destroyer USS Cole that killed 17 American sailors and injured dozens of others. Judicial Watch has also covered every proceeding conducted by President Obama’s special Guantanamo Periodic Review Board (PRB) via live broadcasts at the Pentagon. Comprised of senior officials from the departments of Defense, Homeland Security, Justice and State, the board reviews whether continued detention of certain individuals remains necessary to protect against significant threat to the security of the United States.

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A horrific terror attack happened on Monday in Germany as a 17-year-old Afghanistan refugee went on a rampage.

The young refugee stormed the train and yelled “Allahu Akbar” as he began wielding an axe and hacking passengers.

18 people were injured and three are in critical condition fighting for their lives.

The attack happened near the Wurzburg-Heidingsfeld station and there are videos online that show the aftermath of the horrific terrorist strike.

The local police responded to the scene quickly and the terrorist was shot and killed as he attempted to charge the cops with the axe.

The Mirror in the UK is reporting that an ISIS flag was found in the room of the attacker and that he became a terrorist on his own. He was Muslim, but didn’t belong to any formal organization, but idolized ISIS.

This morning, ISIS is claiming responsibility for the attack.

Mr. Herman, the Bavarian interior minister said this about the attacker.

“Because of the behavior of this young man in recent months, people who knew him don’t understand his actions at all. He was described as ‘calm’ and ‘quiet’, someone who went to the mosque for specific occasions but not any other times.”

There was some criticism for shooting the axe wielding boy, but the interior minister praised the police.

“He was arrested but had aggressive behavior and tried to attack members of the police and that’s when they started shooting and he was killed. I would like to thank the security forces for their very quick and effective actions. There’s no reason to criticize the police, we thank the police very much for their actions.”

It seems every single day there is a different terrorist attack across the world. They have used trucks, axes and bullets to kill in the past few days. It doesn’t not seem like they are on the run like Obama proclaims.

What are your thoughts on the many recent terrorist attacks in Europe? Let us know in the comments below.

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Four years after the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) purged anti-terrorism training material determined to be offensive to Muslims, its umbrella agency, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), may eliminate divisive Islamic terms like “jihad” and “sharia” in government programs targeting radicalization among youth.

It’s political correctness run amok and the Obama administration has played a central role in promoting it by caving in to the demands of various Muslim rights groups. In this latest case a Homeland Security Advisory Council is recommending that, to avoid “us versus them” when discussing extremism, certain “religiously-charged” terminology must be avoided. This includes using “American Muslim” rather than “Muslim American” and rejecting religious, legal and cultural terms like jihad, sharia, takfir and umma. Jihad is the holy war that propels Islamic terrorism. Sharia is the authoritarian doctrine that inspires Islamists—including the world’s most violent groups such as Al Qaeda—and their jihadism. Takfir and umma are Arabic terms that mean apostasy and Muslim community.

In a report released this month the DHS panel, known as Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Subcommittee, unanimously recommends that the agency dedicates $100 million to counter a new generation of threats involving “violent extremism.” The goal is to curb the spread of violent extremist ideology (read between the lines, Islamic terrorism) and the recruitment of American youth to extremist groups with DHS serving as a platform to leverage partnerships in technology, health, education, communications, cultural, philanthropic, financial and non-government sectors.

To accomplish it the feds must “prioritize attention on efforts to counter the recruitment of youth to violent ideologies across race, religion, ethnicity, location, socioeconomic levels, and gender,” the report states. This clearly means to practice political correctness and not single out Muslims. “Often without knowing it, we have constructed language in daily use that promotes an “us and them” narrative of division,” the report says. DHS must ensure terminology is “properly calibrated to diminish the recruitment efforts of extremists who argue that the West is at war with Islam.”

This is part of a broader effort by the Obama administration to appease Muslim rights groups, especially the terrorist front organization Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the force behind the FBI purging of anti-terrorism material. Judicial Watch uncovered that scandal a few years ago and obtained hundreds of pages of FBI documents with details of the arrangement. The FBI memos and other documents reveal that the agency purged its anti-terrorism training curricula of material determined by an undisclosed group of “Subject Matter Experts” (SME) to be “offensive” to Muslims.

The excised material included references linking the Muslim Brotherhood to terrorism, tying Al Qaeda to the 1993 World Trade Center and Khobar Towers bombings, and suggesting that “young male immigrants of Middle Eastern appearance … may fit the terrorist profile best.” Last fall Judicial Watch published a special in-depth report on the unprecedented broad purging of FBI training material.

Just a few months ago the FBI again caved into the demands of Islamic activists, suspending a new internet program aimed at preventing the radicalization of youth. Muslim and Arab rights groups determined that the interactive website, created as a tool for the nation’s schools to prevent susceptible youth from getting recruited online by terrorists, discriminated against Muslims and would lead to bullying, bias and religious profiling of students. One of the groups behind the program’s demise, the Muslim Public Affairs Council, claimed the website improperly characterized Muslims as a suspect community with targeted focus and stereotypical depictions.

CAIR and its allies also got several police departments in President Obama’s home state of Illinois to cancel essential counterterrorism courses over accusations that the instructor was anti-Muslim. The course was called “Islamic Awareness as a Counter-Terrorist Strategy” and departments in Lombard, Elmhurst and Highland Park caved into CAIR’s demands. The group responded with a statement commending officials for their “swift action in addressing the Muslim community’s concerns.” CAIR has flexed its muscle in a number of other cases during the Obama presidency, including blocking an FBI probe involving the radicalization of young Somali men in the U.S. and pressuring the government to file discrimination lawsuits against employers who don’t accommodate Muslims in the workplace.

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In a recent poll from the Morning Consult, 41% of the responders believe that Donald Trump would do a better job at keeping our country safe than Hillary. Only 37% believe that Hillary would do better. 22% didn’t have an opinion or didn’t know the answer.

The big jump was in Independents, with 38% siding with Trump over 26% for Hillary.

The most remarkable information to take from the poll is that 48% of Americans think that Trump’s temporary ban on Muslims is a good idea. 40% think its is a bad idea.

Despite the administration’s best efforts to try and call the terrorism in Orlando a “hate crime”, the people see through the smoke and mirrors and know that our real enemy is radical Islam.

Obama said that Hillary could be the most qualified person to ever run for president, but the people do not really trust her to keep us safe.

The Orlando attack brought terrorism back to the front of our minds, and now what is most important is shifting. People care less about transgender bathrooms now, and are worrying more about if they are going to get shot while they are dancing.

The world is a scary place, and Hillary wants to distract you from the dangers of the world by talking about equal pay for women.

If Trump keeps talking American safety and the terrorist strikes keep happening, there is a good chance that Hillary will be defeated in November.

Do you trust Hillary over Trump to keep the United States safe? Let us know in the comments below.

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European Parliament President admits that Christians are ‘Not Safe in Our Continent’.

Someone is finally raising the alarm that Christians are at risk of genocide at the hands of radical Islam – that according to a high-level meeting on religious persecution in Brussels following the horrific series of coordinated terrorist attacks in Paris that took the lives of 130 people last month and sent the continent into lockdown.

According to President of the European Parliament (EP) Martin Schulz, Europe can no longer afford to ignore the fate of Christians who are “clearly the most persecuted group” in the world adding that Christian persecution is “undervalued”, does not receive enough attention and “hasn’t been properly addressed” in the West.

EP Vice President Antonio Tajani added that Europe has succumbed to “the temptation of thinking we can ignore this task” saying Western powers must do more to protect Christians throughout the world who are suffering persecution for their faith. According to Dr. Thomas D. Williams writing for Breitbart News:

“Speakers cited the work of Open Doors, a human rights organization that monitors the persecution of Christians, noting that 150 million Christians worldwide suffer torture, rape, and arbitrary imprisonment. Christians in Iraq, Somalia, Syria, Pakistan, North Korea and Nigeria are among those hardest hit.”

A 2015 World Watch List report published by Open Doors found that:

“Islamic extremism is by far the most significant persecution engine” of Christians in the world today and that “40 of the 50 countries on the World Watch List are affected by this kind of persecution.”

Williams reported that Tajani said Islamists consider Christians:

“…”crusaders” of Europe and because of Islamic persecution in the Middle East more than 70 percent of Christians have fled Iraq since 2003, with another 700 thousand Christians who have been forced to leave their home in Syria since the outbreak of civil war.

“Each month 200 churches and places of worship in the world are attacked and destroyed. Every day and in every region of the world, there are new cases of persecution against Christians…”

“No religious community is as subject to hatred, violence and systematic aggression as the Christians,” Tajani said.

Tajani at once blamed radicalized religion for the problem but that religion can also be the solution.

“In the name of religion, we have an obligation to condemn all those who show contempt for life and kill in the name of God,” he said. “Whoever shoots in the name of God, shoot against God.”

Another meeting attendee, auxiliary bishop Jean Kockerols of Brussels said:

“…the idea that Christians are intruders in certain Muslim-dominated countries must be debunked, since the Christian presence in the Middle East and the Indian sub-continent “dates back to centuries before the spread of the Koran.”

Tajani added that:

“The West must break the silence on the persecution of Christians in the world”… and that “Europe must promote “a model of society in opposition to religious radicalism and brutal and criminal projects, such as creating an Islamic caliphate in Iraq and Syria and then extending its tentacles into to Libya.”

Schulz concluded that the Christian persecution “should shake us up”… and acknowledge, “that on our continent, Christians are not safe.”

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After Wednesday’s mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, there’s still a lot of questions—but here’s what we know (and what police have released to the public) already:

14 people have been killed at the Inland Regional Center, a nonprofit that works with people with developmental disabilities. The shooting happened during their Christmas party.

Both suspects fled the scene, but were killed in a shootout.

Police have confirmed that there were two shooters: Syed Farook, 28, and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, 27. A third person was suspected of being part of the crime, but was ultimately deemed to be uninvolved.

Farook attended the Christmas party at the Inland Regional Center, but left early after becoming angry.

Farook was described as a “very religious” Muslim—and he’s become dramatically more religious in the past two years. A neighbor described Farook like this: “He was quiet but always polite. Maybe two years ago he became more religious. He grew a beard and started to wear religious clothing. The long shirt that’s like a dress and the cap on his head.”

Farook recently traveled to Saudi Arabia—a country that churns out radical Islamic terrorists. He came back with Malik, who he met online. Farouk was an American citizen, Malik was not.

Farook had worked for the state government, and occasionally would have business at the Inland Regional Center, where the tragedy occurred. Though, at one point, he threatened to shoot up the place after getting into a fight with a coworker, it’s uncertain whether or not this was workplace violence or a terrorist attack.

However, it looks increasingly like terrorism: Farook and Malik were well-armed, set booby traps in their home, and wore tactical gear.

Democrats are already politicizing the tragedy. Obama, in an interview on Wednesday night, said there are more “steps we can take, not to eliminate every one of these mass shootings, but to improve the odds that they don’t happen as frequently.” Hillary Clinton called for increased background checks.

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If you thought radical Islam’s ambitions stopped in Middle Eastern countries, be warned: they’re coming for the rest of the world next.

And they’ll not only bring mayhem, beheadings, and violence–they’ll ban quite a bit of innocuous fun, too.

Anjem Choudary, a top British Islamic scholar who has actively supported ISIS and founded a terrorist group called Islam4UK, posted a taunting post on Twitter–outlining the top 13 things Islam will ban, once they take over the rest of the world too.

His list, “Islam will outlaw”:

“Alcohol, pork, gambling, porn, usury, promiscuity, freemixing, gays, cinemas, idolatry, insurance, stocks/share, insulting prophets.”

So if you plan to take a date out for a drink and a movie, well, you can’t do any of those things–since free-mixing of the sexes, alcohol, and cinemas will all be illegal in the brave new Muslim world.

And that’s not even considering whether you and your date were considering having ham for dinner–the horror!–or driving there in an insured car you bought with your latest stock dividends.

Choudary is a controversial figure in the U.K.–and it’s worth noting that he has little support from British Muslims, who tend to be far more moderate than their Middle Eastern counterparts. And obviously, Choudary wouldn’t be leading the charge to take over any Western country, let alone become our fun police.

But Choudary’s list isn’t quite as ludicrous as it seems. It not only describes life in many Muslim countries–where his list are things actually banned by law in some places–but it highlights the insatiable jihadist ambitions of the radical Islamists.

At this point, ISIS remains far from American shores. But, with Obama’s appeasement of Iran earlier this week–signing a treaty that allows Iran to ramp up its nuclear program, rebound from sanctions, and giving the U.S. absolutely nothing in return–a full Islamist invasion could still be in the future.

Start stockpiling bacon now.


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