Maj. Hasan’s Attempted Romance with Al-Qaeda – by Jamie Glazov

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Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Dave Gaubatz, the first U.S. civilian (1811) Federal Agent deployed to Iraq in 2003. He is the owner of DG Counter-terrorism Publishing. He is currently conducting a 50 State Counter-terrorism Research Tour (CTRT). He is the co-author (with Paul Sperry) of the new book, Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld that’s Conspiring to Islamize America. He can be contacted at davegaubatz@gmail.com.

Dave Gaubatz in Iraq

FP: Dave Gaubatz, welcome back to Frontpage Interview. And congratulations, once again, on your new book Muslim Mafia.

I would like to talk to you today about the Fort Hood massacre. You are a military man my friend, so let me ask you: could the military have done anything to prevent the tragedy?

Gaubatz: Jamie, I was a federal agent under the Department of Defense and based on the intelligence that has been released thus far, this tragedy could have been prevented.

Allegedly Maj. Hasan had made attempts to coordinate with Al Qaeda through emails and this was known to government officials. Likely the government officials are representatives of the military intelligence (MI) and the FBI. Maj. Hasan should have been under 24 hour surveillance until a decision was made to interview him. It is highly probable MI requested more government assistance than they in actuality received. Investigations such as these are briefed at the highest level of our government and there is little doubt politics and political correctness played an important role.

The person and people though who are ultimately responsible for these murders are Maj. Hasan, Islamic leaders who advocate and support the Al Qaeda ideology, and organizations such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) who support such terrorist groups behind the scenes.

FP: CAIR’s Ibrahim Hooper (Public Relations Spokesperson for CAIR) has recently been verbally attacking your character and service to our country. Most recently on MSNBC. Any comments on Hooper?

Gaubatz: Hooper and CAIR do not represent the Muslim people or Islam. Although there are no accurate figures on the number of Muslims in America, it is estimated to be from 2–8 million people. CAIR has approximately 5,100 members and many are family/friends of CAIR chapter employees. 5100 of 2–8 million hardly qualifies as representing a group.

Hooper and his terrorist supporting affiliates are reacting exactly as we have expected for many years. When Hooper knows someone or an organization has intelligence linking CAIR to terrorism, he becomes excited, overreacts, and talks more than he should. He did this on numerous occasions during our undercover research. Many of my articles and blog entries over the last couple of years were primarily intended to get the attention of Hooper. Hooper actually made it too easy to collect intelligence on CAIR.

FP: Who represents the Muslim community in America?

Gaubatz: This is probably a better question for the numerous innocent Muslims in America who are victimized by CAIR and related Muslim Brotherhood organizations. I believe the young 17-year-old Muslim girl Rifqa Bary would say there are very few people in America who are standing up for the Muslim people who do not want the violence advocated by Al Qaeda, Maj. Hasan, and their behind the scene supporters such as CAIR. Did CAIR stand up to support Rifqa Bary? No. Ms. Bary left Islam and is considered an apostate. According to the materials promoted by CAIR and an Islamic Center CAIR is linked to  (Dar Al Hijrah, Falls Church, VA), Ms. Bary is subject to the death penalty. Readers have been informed that Dar Al Hijrah was a mosque that Maj. Hasan had attended. Other convicted terrorists attended it as well. 

FP: You have written about Dar Al Hijrah in the past. This Islamic Center supports violence against America, yes?

Gaubatz: Absolutely. In 2007, I conducted first-hand research at Dar Al Hijrah and conducted a pseudo conversion to Islam with a well known Islamic scholar (Yusef Estes) as my witness. I had reported at this time Estes had provided me a disk containing the same material as studied by Al Qaeda and the Taliban.  The material pertained to the present day according to Estes. After reviewing the disk it contained information that Muslims in the ‘present day’ were to possess guns, tanks, missiles, and atom bombs to fight their enemies in Jihad, with the objective of conquering the world.

FP: What would you like to stress to our readers about the incident at Ft. Hood?

Gaubatz: There are many former and current Muslims in America like Rifqa Bary trying to warn of the violent ideology being taught by several Islamic leaders in America to the young innocent Muslim children. It is time we began listening to them and supporting them. There is ample evidence violence is being taught, but many people choose not to listen.  How many Ft. Hood incidents does our country need to witness?

General George W. Casey (Chief of Staff of the Army) needs to support the innocent people who were killed by Maj. Hasan, and discontinue providing excuses and defenses for a terrorist.  Political correctness is never the answer or solution to any issue, but in regards to terrorism it can and does lead to more deaths of people. Many Americans try to distance themselves from tragedies and feel more secure by doing so, but in reality we are putting our children in harms way by ignoring the truths staring us in the face.

FP: What is the reality staring us in the face?

Gaubatz: The reality is the Muslim Brotherhood are active in America, our children are at risk (all religions), and our country is in a war that will likely never end. Islamic based terrorist organizations are very patient, do not quit, and do not conduct war in any lawful manner. Afghanistan should be an eye opener even for the most naïve. Al Qaeda does not have rules. Accept this or we will suffer as a country.

FP: Dave Gaubatz, thank you for joining us.

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[To get the whole story on the nature of the jihadi threat and how the Left aids and abets it, read Jamie Glazov’s new book, United in Hate: The Left’s Romance with Tyranny and Terror.]

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  • jonnyfromspace

    I'm going to keep responding .. I am a canadian student who agrees completely with what you guys are revealing. But the irony is .. it isn't that hidden, muslim leaders and Imams rhapsodize daily about their goals for a global caliphate, but everyone under the morally obsequious spell of moral relativism is either constantly rationalizing the daily global incidents which are related to jihad or has fallen under the spell and fear being labeled a 'racist' or an 'islamophob' .. Moral relativism has emasculated western society the silent majority of people who, if they actually realized what islam is about, would be completely disgusted and would naturally do what one must to resist tyrannical ideologies ..

    WAKE UP PEOPLE
    BEFORE ITS TOO LATE

  • Deejean

    Islam supporters, why do they hate us so why do they persecute us? The victims of islam why?
    Why do you persecute us so? why do they hate us so?
    http://www.rawa.org/rules.htm
    http://www.rawa.org/rules.htm
    Taliban restrictions and mistreatment of women include the:
    1- Complete ban on women's work outside the home, which also applies to female teachers, engineers and most professionals. Only a few female doctors and nurses are allowed to work in some hospitals in Kabul.
    2- Complete ban on women's activity outside the home unless accompanied by a mahram (close male relative such as a father, brother or husband).
    3- Ban on women dealing with male shopkeepers.
    4- Ban on women being treated by male doctors.
    5- Ban on women studying at schools, universities or any other educational institution. (Taliban have converted girls' schools into religious seminaries.)
    6- Requirement that women wear a long veil (Burqa), which covers them from head to toe.
    7- Whipping, beating and verbal abuse of women not clothed in accordance with Taliban rules, or of women unaccompanied by a mahram.
    8- Whipping of women in public for having non-covered ankles.
    9- Public stoning of women accused of having sex outside marriage. (A number of lovers are stoned to death under this rule).
    10- Ban on the use of cosmetics. (Many women with painted nails have had fingers cut off).
    11- Ban on women talking or shaking hands with non-mahram males.
    12- Ban on women laughing loudly. (No stranger should hear a woman's voice).
    13- Ban on women wearing high heel shoes, which would produce sound while walking. (A man must not hear a woman's footsteps.)
    14- Ban on women riding in a taxi without a mahram.
    15- Ban on women's presence in radio, television or public gatherings of any kind.
    16- Ban on women playing sports or entering a sport center or club.
    17- Ban on women riding bicycles or motorcycles, even with their mahrams.
    18- Ban on women's wearing brightly colored clothes. In Taliban terms, these are “sexually attracting colors.”
    19- Ban on women gathering for festive occasions such as the Eids, or for any recreational purpose.
    20- Ban on women washing clothes next to rivers or in a public place.
    21- Modification of all place names including the word “women.” For example, “women's garden” has been renamed “spring garden”.
    22- Ban on women appearing on the balconies of their apartments or houses.
    23- Compulsory painting of all windows, so women can not be seen from outside their homes.
    24- Ban on male tailors taking women's measurements or sewing women's clothes.
    25- Ban on female public baths.
    26- Ban on males and females traveling on the same bus. Public buses have now been designated “males only” (or “females only”).
    27- Ban on flared (wide) pant-legs, even under a burqa.
    28- Ban on the photographing or filming of women.
    29- Ban on women's pictures printed in newspapers and books, or hung on the walls of houses and shops.
    Apart from the above restrictions on women, the Taliban has:
    - Banned listening to music, not only for women but men as well.
    - Banned the watching of movies, television and videos, for everyone.
    - Banned celebrating the traditional new year (Nowroz) on March 21. The Taliban has proclaimed the holiday un-Islamic.
    - Disavowed Labor Day (May 1st), because it is deemed a “communist” holiday.
    - Ordered that all people with non-Islamic names change them to Islamic ones.
    - Forced haircuts upon Afghan youth.
    - Ordered that men wear Islamic clothes and a cap.
    - Ordered that men not shave or trim their beards, which should grow long enough to protrude from a fist clasped at the point of the chin.
    - Ordered that all people attend prayers in mosques five times daily.
    - Banned the keeping of pigeons and playing with the birds, describing it as un-Islamic. The violators will be imprisoned and the birds shall be killed. The kite flying has also been stopped.
    - Ordered all onlookers, while encouraging the sportsmen, to chant Allah-o-Akbar (God is great) and refrain from clapping.
    - Ban on certain games including kite flying which is “un-Islamic” according to Taliban.
    - Anyone who carries objectionable literature will be executed.
    - Anyone who converts from Islam to any other religion will be executed.
    - All boy students must wear turbans. They say “No turban, no education”.
    - Non-Muslim minorities must distinct badge or stitch a yellow cloth onto their dress to be differentiated from the majority Muslim population. Just like what did Nazis with Jews.
    - Banned the use of the internet by both ordinary Afghans and foreigners.
    And so on…

    Taliban restrictions and mistreatment of women include the:
    1- Complete ban on women's work outside the home, which also applies to female teachers, engineers and most professionals. Only a few female doctors and nurses are allowed to work in some hospitals in Kabul.
    2- Complete ban on women's activity outside the home unless accompanied by a mahram (close male relative such as a father, brother or husband).
    3- Ban on women dealing with male shopkeepers.
    4- Ban on women being treated by male doctors.
    5- Ban on women studying at schools, universities or any other educational institution. (Taliban have converted girls' schools into religious seminaries.)
    6- Requirement that women wear a long veil (Burqa), which covers them from head to toe.
    7- Whipping, beating and verbal abuse of women not clothed in accordance with Taliban rules, or of women unaccompanied by a mahram.
    8- Whipping of women in public for having non-covered ankles.
    9- Public stoning of women accused of having sex outside marriage. (A number of lovers are stoned to death under this rule).
    10- Ban on the use of cosmetics. (Many women with painted nails have had fingers cut off).
    11- Ban on women talking or shaking hands with non-mahram males.
    12- Ban on women laughing loudly. (No stranger should hear a woman's voice).
    13- Ban on women wearing high heel shoes, which would produce sound while walking. (A man must not hear a woman's footsteps.)
    14- Ban on women riding in a taxi without a mahram.
    15- Ban on women's presence in radio, television or public gatherings of any kind.
    16- Ban on women playing sports or entering a sport center or club.
    17- Ban on women riding bicycles or motorcycles, even with their mahrams.
    18- Ban on women's wearing brightly colored clothes. In Taliban terms, these are “sexually attracting colors.”
    19- Ban on women gathering for festive occasions such as the Eids, or for any recreational purpose.
    20- Ban on women washing clothes next to rivers or in a public place.
    21- Modification of all place names including the word “women.” For example, “women's garden” has been renamed “spring garden”.
    22- Ban on women appearing on the balconies of their apartments or houses.
    23- Compulsory painting of all windows, so women can not be seen from outside their homes.
    24- Ban on male tailors taking women's measurements or sewing women's clothes.
    25- Ban on female public baths.
    26- Ban on males and females traveling on the same bus. Public buses have now been designated “males only” (or “females only”).
    27- Ban on flared (wide) pant-legs, even under a burqa.
    28- Ban on the photographing or filming of women.
    29- Ban on women's pictures printed in newspapers and books, or hung on the walls of houses and shops.
    Apart from the above restrictions on women, the Taliban has:
    - Banned listening to music, not only for women but men as well.
    - Banned the watching of movies, television and videos, for everyone.
    - Banned celebrating the traditional new year (Nowroz) on March 21. The Taliban has proclaimed the holiday un-Islamic.
    - Disavowed Labor Day (May 1st), because it is deemed a “communist” holiday.
    - Ordered that all people with non-Islamic names change them to Islamic ones.
    - Forced haircuts upon Afghan youth.
    - Ordered that men wear Islamic clothes and a cap.
    - Ordered that men not shave or trim their beards, which should grow long enough to protrude from a fist clasped at the point of the chin.
    - Ordered that all people attend prayers in mosques five times daily.
    - Banned the keeping of pigeons and playing with the birds, describing it as un-Islamic. The violators will be imprisoned and the birds shall be killed. The kite flying has also been stopped.
    - Ordered all onlookers, while encouraging the sportsmen, to chant Allah-o-Akbar (God is great) and refrain from clapping.
    - Ban on certain games including kite flying which is “un-Islamic” according to Taliban.
    - Anyone who carries objectionable literature will be executed.
    - Anyone who converts from Islam to any other religion will be executed.
    - All boy students must wear turbans. They say “No turban, no education”.
    - Non-Muslim minorities must distinct badge or stitch a yellow cloth onto their dress to be differentiated from the majority Muslim population. Just like what did Nazis with Jews.
    - Banned the use of the internet by both ordinary Afghans and foreigners.
    And so on…

    The Special Rapporteur's attention has been drawn to the Ordinance on the Women's Veil, which is reported to have been issued by a nine-member professional committee of the High Court of the Islamic State of Afghanistan and which reads as follows:

    “A denier of veil is an infidel and an unveiled woman is lewd”.

    “Conditions of wearing veil:

    1. The veil must cover the whole body.
    2. Women's clothes must not be thin.
    3. Women's clothes must not be decorated and colourful.
    4. Women's clothes must not be narrow and tight to prevent the seditious limbs from being noticed. The veil must not be thin.
    5. Women must not perfume themselves. If a perfumed woman passes by a crowd of men, she is considered to be an adulteress.
    6. Women's clothes must not resemble men's clothes.

    “In addition,

    1. They must not perfume themselves.
    2. They must not wear adorning clothes.
    3. They must not wear thin clothes.
    4. They must not wear narrow and tight clothes.
    5. They must cover their entire bodies.
    6. Their clothes must not resemble men's clothes.
    7. Muslim women's clothes must not resemble non-Muslim women's clothes.
    8. Their foot ornaments must not produce sound.
    9. They must not wear sound-producing garments.
    10. They must not walk in the middle of streets.
    11. They must not go out of their houses without their husband's permission.
    12. They must not talk to strange men.
    13. If it is necessary to talk, they must talk in a low voice and without laughter.
    14. They must not look at strangers.
    15. They must not mix with strangers.”

  • FBastiat

    Denying Reality, or the Heavy Cost of Political Correctness
    Ibn Warraq

    In the wake of the murder of 13 and the wounding of 38 soldiers
    at Fort Hood on November 5, media analysts, politicians, and
    other sundry experts scrambled to present the accused
    perpetrator of the acts, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, 39, as a
    victim. In so doing they served, knowingly or otherwise, as
    apologists for radical Islam. From CNN to the New York Times,
    NPR to the Washington Post, the killings were presented as a
    result of racism. They were attributed to fear of deployment in
    Afghanistan and harassment from other soldiers. Cited were Major
    Hasan's supposed maladjustment to his life and his sense of not
    belonging, pre-traumatic stress disorder, and various personal
    and mental problems. All these explanations are variations on
    what I have called “the Root Cause Fallacy,” which has been
    committed time and again since the terrorist acts of September
    11, 2001.

    Read the full statement at
    http://www.centerforinquiry.net/news/cfi_releases_statement_from_ibn_warraq_in_response_to_fort_hood_tragedy/

  • Steve Chavez

    INTERVIEW HASAN'S PATIENTS!

    Will they come forward and reveal the contents of the office visits?

    Did Hasan make them feel guilty for “killing innocent women and children in the dead of night” and especially “fighting a war based on a lie?”

    These patients need to be interviewed and re-examined for possible brainwashing by Hasan!

    DID ANY OF HIS PATIENTS COMMIT SUICIDE, MURDER, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, DEPRESSION, ETC… AND WAS THAT CAUSED BY HASAN'S DIATRIBES?

  • BS77

    Should the US and its allies suddenly cut and run from Afghanistan….both Pakistan and Afghanistan will soon witness the slaughter of anyone associated with modernisation, with Western ties….the barbarians of the Taliban will continue their horrific agenda…to take an entire society back to the Dark Ages….Then we will have to ignore the plight of millions of people, subjugated by one of the worst regimes in human history. Thousands of our troops will have given their lives in vain should our nation turn and leave….Iraq and Afghanistan will return to barbaric tribal dictatorships…..just watch and see.

  • USMCSniper

    My question really is why is Canada allowing so many uneducated Muslims to come. Canada will make the same mistake the Europeans made by allowing massive numbers of Muslims to come. One should just read history and it will become clear that the object of many Muslims is to impose their ways and beliefs onto non-Muslims by force if they have to. What is worse, Canada's multiculturalism fantasies encourages Muslims never to assimilate.

  • LindaRivera

    Terrified 17-year-old Rifqa Bary who fled from being honor killed by her family must NEVER be returned to her parents in Ohio! Never sent back to Sri Lanka! Rifqa left Islam and the punishment for leaving Islam is death!

    Ohio authorities to whom Rifqa has been returned from Florida where she fled to safety, are even punishing frightened Rifqa – not allowing her to use the internet or use the phone! And deliberately isolating this young girl from her friends and those who are deeply concerned about her safety and want to help her.

    Why are Ohio authorities acting as if America is an Islamic country???

    British police and the organizations in Britain who help victims such as Rifqa Bary, would be deeply shocked at American authorities' shocking treatment of Rifqa.

    http://WWW.GUARDIAN.CO.UK
    Ending the silence on 'honour killing'
    I wish I could get involved with the support groups and help but you know, I'm just a coward.”

    Having first walked out of an abusive marriage at the age of 17 and then from a hostile family who had had a meeting to discuss whether or not she should die, Zena does not lack courage but she is still very scared.
    She has every reason to be. Her Bangladeshi-born mother had suggested that Zena might be allowed to poison herself rather than be murdered for bringing shame on the family.

    “I'm sorry to be so cloak-and-dagger but you never know what they might be capable of, I know there are plenty of young men who would love to play bounty hunter just for a bit of kudos in the community.”

    Police estimate at least 12 are dying each year in the UK but others will be hidden – forced suicides and murders made to look like suicide are widely believed to take place undetected. Women aged 16-24 from Pakistani, Indian and Bangladeshi backgrounds are three times more likely to kill themselves than the national average for that age and it is impossible to tell what pressures some must have been under.

    When it opened its helpline in April 2008, Karma Nirvana received 4,000 calls in the first year and is now taking 300 calls a month from people under threat of honour-based violence, often linked to forced marriage.

    After the government's forced marriage unit was set up in April last year, it received 5,000 calls and rescued 400 victims in the first six months.

    They also face being hunted down, said Detective Chief Inspector Gerry Campbell of the Metropolitan police. “It's not uncommon to have bounty hunters out hunting down young people who have left forced marriages or fled from a family where they are at risk. It's rare for [one person] to take unilateral action, it's all done in consultation and there is logistical support and collusion in the extended community,” he said.

    …Banaz Mahmod, who made contact with police five times to say she thought her life was in danger but always drew back from pressing charges. Banaz, 19, a Kurd, was murdered by family members at her home in Mitcham, Surrey, in 2006.

    She had been raped and beaten by the older man she had been forced to marry, and had left him. Her elder sister, Bekhal, had also left home to escape their father's violence and the extended family was beginning to regard Mahmod Mahmod as a man who had lost control of his daughters. The shame became so unbearable that he held a meeting to discuss killing his daughter and her new boyfriend.

    “I'm confident that no victim will ever be turned away in London and that officers know that to do nothing is not an option.

    “Honour is about a collection of practices used by the family to control behaviour, to prevent perceived shame, but there's no honour in murder, rape, or kidnapping and with 25% of the [cases] we are seeing involving a person under 18: this is a child abuse issue too. The simple message is: If you do this you will be caught and brought to justice.

    The behaviour of women seen to have dishonoured their families can be as harmless as wearing make-up or talking to boys. One suspected murder is believed to have been caused by a girl having a love song dedicated to her on a community radio show.

    Diana Nammi, who runs the Iranian and Kurdish Women's Rights Organisation in London: For someone to be killed for their make-up or clothes or having a boyfriend or for refusing to accept a forced marriage is so brutal and unacceptable.

    In Pakistan the practice of honour killing – called karo-kari – sees more than 10,000 women die each year.

    For Zena, she has her life but does not have her freedom. “When I first ran away I would go to the library and read loads of spy books to pick up tips. You have to teach yourself how to best keep hidden,” she said. “My life is about keeping a very low profile now and about looking over my shoulder, but at least I know I am alive and I grieve for those poor girls who are not.”
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2009/oct/25/h

  • mark

    Whew! makes me want to convert to Judiasm!

    ( I'm glad I'm im filled with the Holy Spirit so I can learn the truth directly from God and his son Jesus Christ.)

  • marissasturner

    This article is interesting. I enjoyed it while reading.

  • jackhampton

    I am not speaking as a novice but from experience. General Casey is an example of what happens when you stop being a soldier and become a politician. He should resign.

  • jackhampton

    Well and to think that NOW and many leftist support this. Life is hell on a woman captured in the islamemic world.

  • jackhampton

    This should be looked into of course the Islamic terrorist have killed more of there own women and children than anyone on earth.

  • jackhampton

    If anything the US has done to hasten the demise of this barbarity it is a good thing and we should start taking these cases as serious as the UK.

  • Robert Bernier

    Every American should know the truth

    No one should miss this video:

    http://xrl.us/bf29mb

    Look to the end ( 10 min.)

  • davidhorowitz

    Leftists support this???????????????????????????

  • LindaRivera

    How the US army protects its trucks – by paying the Taliban

    Insurance, security or extortion? The US is spending millions of dollars in Afghanistan to ensure its supply convoys get through – and it's the Taliban who profit
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/nov/13/us-

  • LindaRivera

    WHY are U.S. tax dollars used to finance the WAR against our military???

    'How the US army protects its trucks – by paying the Taliban

    Insurance, security or extortion? The US is spending millions of dollars in Afghanistan to ensure its supply convoys get through – and it's the Taliban who profit'
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/nov/13/us-