Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Outlaw Islam in this country NOW

MICHIGANS 2009 "ARAB FESTIVAL"
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VideoBlog #9: Islam and Free Speech in the West
It seems that when Islam meets the West, a reaction slowly takes place. As the Muslim population rises, free speech and equal rights decline. London is just a few steps ahead of Dearborn, and Dearborn may possibly be the beginning of a change in the US. Will this pattern continue?
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UK - The unidentified man, who is Muslim himself and has Danish citizenship, was stabbed twice in the back and beaten so severely with bricks that authorities report he is now blind in one eye and will probably lose sight in the other. Acid was also poured down the victim’s throat, damaging his tongue and throat so severely he will probably never speak again.
The victim’s body was also doused with acid, burning more than 50 per cent and leaving him in critical condition. News reports state he is not expected to survive. His assailants, police say, were all wearing gloves and masks for protection against the sulphuric acid, which was 92 per cent strength.
Police have charged two men in the attempted murder, one of whom is the woman’s 16-year-old brother. Underage male family members are often selected by their families to carry out honor killings in Western countries, since they receive lighter sentences. Some of these teen killers serve as little as three years in jail before being released...
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news.yahoo.com
RALEIGH, N.C. – A father, his two sons and four other North Carolina men are accused of military-style training at home and plotting "violent jihad" through a series of terror attacks abroad, federal authorities said Monday.
Officials said the group was led by Daniel Patrick Boyd, a married 39-year-old who lived in an unassuming lakeside home in a rural area south of Raleigh, where he and his family walked their dog and operated a drywall business. But two decades ago, Boyd, who is a U.S. citizen, trained in terrorist camps in Pakistan and Afghanistan and fought against the Soviets for three years before returning to the United States.
An indictment released Monday does not detail any specific terrorist plans or targets overseas, although it claims some of the defendants traveled to Israel in 2007 with the intent of waging "violent jihad" and returned home without success...
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North Carolina: one more jihad suspect still at large
One more suspected jihadist (at least) is still out there, and meanwhile we are hearing about what a decent fellow Daniel Boyd is. North Carolina Jihad Plot Update: "Accused North Carolina Terror Plot Leader: Jihadist ... or Regular Family Man?," from FoxNews
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northjersey.com
A U.S. man who became an al-Qaida terrorist while attending college in Saudi Arabia and plotted to assassinate then-President George W. Bush was defiant Monday as he was sentenced to life in prison.
An appeals court had overturned the original 30-year sentence for Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, 28, who was born in Houston and grew up in the Washington suburb of Falls Church. He was convicted in 2005 of joining al-Qaida while studying in Saudi Arabia in 2002. Abu Ali met with top al-Qaida leaders in Saudi Arabia and discussed establishing a sleeper cell in the United States...
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FBI confirms terror indictments, missing Somalis linked
by Elizabeth Stawicki, Minnesota Public Radio
St. Paul, Minn. — A federal grand jury in St. Paul has indicted two men on terrorism charges, in connection with the ongoing investigation of missing Somali men. The indictment, which was filed in February but unsealed Monday, names Abdifatah Yusuf Isse and Salah Osman Ahmed of Brooklyn Park with providing material support to terrorists, namely themselves...
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Grand jury: 2 conspired to commit terror acts in Somalia
dhanners@pioneerpress.com
07/13/2009
Federal authorities today unsealed a five-month-old indictment charging two Twin Cities men with terrorism conspiracy in their native Somalia. One of the men, Salah Osman Ahmed, had been a fugitive but had been apprehended recently and appeared before a federal magistrate today. He is to have a detention hearing Thursday. Federal officials would not say when or where he was taken into custody. The other man, Abdifatah Yusuf Isse, was arrested in February and has been held since then, said his attorney, Paul Engh, of Minneapolis. The indictment says that at least Ahmed, of Brooklyn Park, traveled to Somalia in December 2007 with another person "so that they could fight jihad in Somalia." Engh — who is required to have a security clearance just to defend Isse — said that because virtually all of the case remains sealed, he couldn't discuss the case. "I can't do that without talking about something that's sealed," he said. "I can't even say if they traveled together. I've read a ton of stuff and I'd rather not comment on the substance of it. I'm totally aware of the facts. I'm well-versed in what's going on, but I really can't say much." ...

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