Thursday, March 19, 2009

Dorrie's Picks, 3/19/09
Stop the [Virginia] Islamic Saudi Academy expansion!
Robert Spencer of JihadWatch has all the data you need to affect a change at this school, tonight [3/19/09].

After reading that, I’d suggest you revisit Jeffrey Imm’s editorial about losing Virginia to the dark side, posted 3/18/09 on Unveiling Taqiyya. [],1518,613330,00.html
"Away From the Politics of Fear"
Madame Secretary, in your first testimony to the US Congress as Homeland Security Secretary you never mentioned the word "terrorism." Does Islamist terrorism suddenly no longer pose a threat to your country?

Napolitano: Of course it does. I presume there is always a threat from terrorism. In my speech, although I did not use the word "terrorism," I referred to "man-caused" disasters. [Which makes her unfit for her position, in my opinion.] That is perhaps only a nuance, but it demonstrates that we want to move away from the politics of fear toward a policy of being prepared for all risks that can occur.

If I don’t call a hurricane a hurricane, how can I ever know how to prepare for it and live through it? NAME THE ENEMY, FOR CRYING OUT LOUD. Or get out of my way, so I can.
US Muslim Groups Mull FBI Boycott
Frustrated by mistrust, suspicion and provocative actions targeting their law-abiding [would that be Sharia-abiding, do you think?] community, the major American Muslim groups are considering to rupture all outreach relations with the FBI and the Justice Department. . . .

If the FBI does not accord fair and equitable treatment to every American Muslim organization [fair and equitable according to whom? According to me, the FBI is being overfair and untra-delicate with Muslim sensitivities. Perhaps the underlying thinking here is: "Shut up and go away, FBI"?], then Muslim organizations, mosques, and individuals will have no choice but to consider suspending all outreach activities with FBI offices, agents, and other personnel," said the statement. . . .

And they seriously think this is a threat? The case that caused this little tempest started because an FBI agent had to go into a mosque UNDERCOVER to get the straight skinny on what was going on inside. No exactly full disclosure coming from the Islamists, so what’s the loss?

A spokesperson says later in the article:
"We further request objective evaluation of the sources of information and analysis utilized to formulate decisions." In other words: Tell us who told you we were misbehaving and we’ll decide for you if we think you should pay any attention to it.” The hutzpah these people display is astounding.
NY Jury Convicts Man in Terrorism-arms Conspiracy
A jury has convicted a man extradited from Romania in a plot to sell weapons to Colombian militants after a notorious arms dealer was already sentenced for his role.

The jury in Manhattan federal court convicted Tareq Mousa al Ghazi Tuesday in the sting operation.

Al Ghazi was convicted of conspiring to murder U.S. officers and employees, conspiracy to acquire and export anti-aircraft missiles and conspiracy to support a terrorist group.

He was acquitted of conspiracy to murder U.S. nationals.

He faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 25 years in prison and could face life at a June 16 sentencing.

Last month, notorious Syrian-born arms dealer Monzer al-Kassar was sentenced to 30 years in prison for his role [in this same criminal enterprise, I assume?].

This is the whole article. I was struck by the complete emptiness of this report. What terrorist group was this guy supporting? Was it the “Colombian militants”? Why did the Feds include a “conspiracy to murder US nationals” in the case? And he had to be “extradited,” yet. From Romania.

What, really, was this Arabic-named criminal’s reason for all this behavior? Money, you think? A common drug-smuggling problem?

Could it have been because he’s following Muhammad’s dictum to carry out jihad until the world has submitted to Allah? Could it be the fellow is a --- gasp! --- Islamic Believer?

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