Staten Island Jihadist Blows Lid Off Plotter Network

Robert Spencer is the director of Jihad Watch and author of the New York Times bestsellers The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) and The Truth About Muhammad. His latest book, Arab Winter Comes to America: The Truth About the War We're In, is now available.


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Abdel Hameed Shehadeh wanted to join the U.S. Army so that he could turn and kill American soldiers. Instead, he has exposed a jihad network of impressive proportions that, if his assertions are true, should end the rush toward politically correct self-deception in the way law enforcement officials approach the problem of jihad terrorism in the United States.

The criminal complaint against him says that he “and several other individuals” were being charged “in connection with a plot to travel overseas and wage violent jihad against the United States and other coalition military forces.” Shehadeh had planned to wage this jihad from within the U.S. military: in 2008, he went to a recruiting station in Times Square and attempted to join the Army, so that he could, according to law enforcement officials, get training that he could use “to fight beside fellow Muslims against their enemies, including United States military forces.”

But things didn’t work out that way. Shehadeh got caught, and quickly began cooperating with authorities. He gave FBI agents a lengthy interview that fills a 22-page report that his lawyers are now trying to deep-six: although Shehadeh gave the interview in an attempt to get a better deal for himself, he quickly started worrying about “how much I incriminated myself,” and so now wants the report suppressed.

Those he named no doubt also want his report suppressed. According to the New York Daily News, Shehadeh was “a fount of information.” Among the jihad plotters he mentions in the report are “Brooklyn teachers of the Islamic orthodoxy Salafism” and Muslims who “delivered pro-jihadist speeches at mosques or ranted in online chat rooms.”

Salafism is a form of hardline Islam that calls for the imposition of Islamic law in its fullness, including stonings, beheadings, amputations, and warfare against unbelievers. Salafis just made a strong showing in Egypt’s elections. But in the U.S., the Islamic establishment insists that all Muslims happily accept constitutional freedoms and pluralism, and that anyone who suggests otherwise is a venomous “Islamophobe.” If Shehadeh’s claims are true, however, Salafism is being preached in Brooklyn, and pro-jihad sermons are being preached in mosques in the New York area – and the Islamic establishment claims about the Muslim community in the U.S. are false.

Shehadeh’s claims are really not all that surprising, even though they go against the view of the government, the mainstream media and Islamic spokesmen in America. In 1998, Sheikh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani, a Sufi leader, visited 114 mosques in the United States. Then he gave testimony before a State Department Open Forum in January 1999, and asserted that 80% of American mosques taught the “extremist ideology.”

Then there was the Center for Religious Freedom’s 2005 study, and the Mapping Sharia Project’s 2008 study. Each independently showed that upwards of 80% of mosques in America were preaching hatred of Jews and Christians and the necessity ultimately to impose Islamic rule.

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  • Melissa A

    Pure crap.

    • egoing

      Please explain Melissa? The reporting or Court Documentation?

    • 11bravo

      Sounded quite like a rational arguement to me. What was "crap" about it?

    • Bert

      Notice that the enemy has only hate and ridicule to offer. They are incapable of normal discourse. However it is useful to allow their comments because we need to be constantly reminded about their nature and who we are up against.

    • zionista

      good for you – another muzzie savage caught before he could kill any infidels – wake up jerk

    • ferd berfle

      Specifics, Melissa?

      crickets…

    • Stuart Parsons

      Pure Crap ????? A full explanation with evidence would be appreciated.

    • Gary

      What an insightful comment! You just can't defeat logic like that.

  • http://iamiranaware.wordpress.com/ IranAware

    Mr.Spencer, I read your site and very much consider you in the top 5 brave souls out there fighting tooth and nail to stop Islam from infecting the world any more than it has. But this is more bumbling by the administration, that man shoulda been snatched, and all those he squealed on picked up as well. It's well past time to take the gloves off.

    • oldtimer

      I agree. That is why these types of cases should be handled in military courts.

  • 11bravo

    This has been the shame of western civilization for 80 years!! OIL! That is all this is about. It is the equivilent of not arresting David Koresh lest he might start killing his followers. Churchill had the Mohamidians pegged long ago, and many others.
    It IS time to take the gloves off. The sad thing is our cowardice now will only mean MORE muslim deaths in the future. Just like 1930's Europe against Hitler, we are a party to our future misery. The people are waiting for government to lead, and they will be disappointed.

  • Amused

    Time to enforce existing Alien and Sedition Laws . – applied directly to that 80% of mosques that preach jihad against the United States .

    • PatrickHenrysGhost

      Careful how you enforce A&S Laws, lest they be used against Patriots and Constitutionalists that still beleive in the Liberties contained in what is left of the Bill of Rights. Where would you draw the line from protesting the governments actions during a war and the preaching of over throwing the government by jihadists. Dangerous Slope.

  • Harvey

    This is just one more reason to remove this President from office.He has knew this from day one and still he insist on trying to talk to these people.
    Of course another Muslim wont do anything to stop their efforts even if he is President

  • ObamaYoMoma

    Shehadeh’s claims are really not all that surprising, even though they go against the view of the government, the mainstream media and Islamic spokesmen in America.

    Actually, what would be more surprising is if Shehadeh's claims weren't true, because it would mean those Muslims weren't really Muslims at all, but instead blasphemous apostates that per the dictates of Islam must be executed.

    And in the summer of 2011 came another study showing that only 19% of mosques in U.S. don’t teach jihad violence and/or Islamic supremacism.

    In other words, those Mosques and those Mosques' attendees are not Islamic and not Muslim attendees, but instead blasphemous apostates that per the dictates of Islam must be executed.

    Even conservative anti-jihadists make it their primary concern to tell comforting fictions about Islamic texts and teachings, and to insist on the necessity of refraining from telling the whole truth about the jihad and Islamic supremacism in order to support moderate Muslims, who in reality are so few in number as to be almost wholly ineffective against the jihadists.

    Actually, the truth is the existence of so-called moderate Muslims, exactly like the existence of so-called radical Muslims, so-called extremist Muslims, so-called Islamist Muslims, etc., etc. etc, is a false PC multicultural myth.

    The reality is there are only MAINSTREAM ORTHODOX MUSLIMS and all those MAINSTREAM ORTHODOX MUSLIMS are also jihadists. A tiny minority of them are violent jihadists, while the vast overwhelming majority of them are non-violent stealth and deceptive jihadists, and the few that are not jihadists are not Muslims at all, but instead blasphemous apostates that per the dictates of Islam must be executed. Hence, those so-called moderate Muslims that Robert Spencer refers to as being far and few between, are in reality blasphemous apostates that per the dictates of Islam must executed.

    Nevertheless, I wish Robert Spencer would spend far less of his time focusing on the threat of violent jihad, and would focus far more of his time on the threat of non-violent stealth and deceptive jihad instead. As non-violent stealth and deceptive jihad relative to violent jihad is employed by the Islamic world astronomically far more prevalently in comparison to violent jihad and in actuality is an exponentially far greater threat relative to violent jihad in the long run.

    Indeed, unfortunately non-violent stealth and deceptive jihad is allowed to manifests today in the West below the radar of scrutiny and completely unopposed because, per the dictates of PC multiculturalism, jihad, which can be both violent and non-violent, is always conflated with terrorism, which can be only violent. Thus, since non-violent stealth and deceptive jihad isn't violent, it is therefore not construed as being terrorism, and if it isn't construed as being terrorism, then per the dictates of PC multiculturalism it isn't opposed.

    As a matter of fact, mass Muslim immigration to the West for the purpose of stealth demographic conquest is the most prevalently employed form of non-violent stealth and deceptive jihad today. Yet, it occurs today throughout the West completely below the radar of scrutiny and totally unopposed, again because non-violent stealth and deceptive jihad isn't violent, then it isn't construed as being terrorism, and if it isn't construed as being terrorism, then per the dictates of PC multiculturalism it is free to manifests totally unopposed.

    Hence, Islam must be outlawed and mass Muslim immigration with all of its excess baggage must be banned and reversed ASAP. In fact, Islam can be banned today because it isn't a faith-based religion and therefore it isn't protected under the First Amendment of the Constitution. Indeed, in Islam blasphemy and apostasy are capital offenses. What faith-based religions also make blasphemy and apostasy capital offenses? Of course, the answer is none, proving irrefutably at the same time that Islam is not really a faith-based religion, and since Islam is not a faith-based religion, it isn't protected by the First Amendment and therefore must be outlawed and mass Muslim immigration with all of its excess baggage must be banned and reversed ASAP.

    • Western Canadian

      Old cut and paste is back…. again. and again. and again.

      • ObamaYoMoma

        Old cut and paste is back…. again. and again. and again.

        Actually, it couldn't be anymore obvious, you are not only a Muslim apologist but you are also one of their biggest cheerleaders as well.

        In any event, I never cut, copy, or paste any of my posts. I always compose them fresh right off the top of my head depending on the article or the posters I'm responding to. I also do a lot lectures on the scourge of Islam, and one of the reasons I post here is because it helps to keep my mind sharp.

  • oldtimer

    I think it was Kruchev who said America must be destroyed from within, this is a perfect example.

  • tanstaafl

    You can see the origin of stealth jihad in the Qur'an, when Mohammed, with a handful of followers moves from Mecca to Medina. He is considered a public nuisance in Mecca, but rises up to rule Medina with an iron fist.

  • DogWithoutSlippers

    Happy New Year – Robert, keep up the work of exposing the dangers of islamic conversion. I think that the only way we can curb islamic enthusiasm is to deport all family members and the culprits immediately. The pressure from the muslim families who want to partake of our freedoms would ostracise and perhaps aid in turning in muslims who wish us harm.

  • hammar

    the faith of islam is death. Only Jesus is Lord and God.

  • Ben

    I would remain that western people admired Arabs,bedouins,Muslims in general romantically as great warriors,poets and great horses` breeders.This helps strongly with their west penetration and they scilfully use western antisemitism for their benefit.Imagine 9/11 was the Jews`or other sympatic nation deal! And besides Muslims cunningly come out as the third world suffering representatives for the useful idiots with the bleeding hearts.

  • effemall

    The problem has been our ignorance about the enemy and their threat. The problem continues to be the same with at least half of America retainingng our former ignorance. France is finally attempting to come to grips with the problem since in their case it has advanced too far.

    France's Teetery Effort to Reverse Creeping Islamization
    by Soeren Kern
    January 2, 2012 at 5:00 am http://www.stonegateinstitute.org/2719/france-cre
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    Muslim immigrants will find it more difficult to obtain French citizenship from now on.
    New citizenship rules that entered into effect on January 1, 2012 will require all applicants to pass exams on French culture and history and also to prove that their French language skills are equivalent to those of a 15-year-old native speaker. Moreover, candidates seeking French citizenship will be required to pledge allegiance to "French values."
    The new measures — drawn up by Interior Minister Claude Guéant — are part of a concerted effort by the French government to push back against the Islamization of France.
    Muslim applicants make up the majority of the 100,000 people who are naturalized as French citizens each year comes amid rising frustration that the country's estimated 6.5 million Muslims are not integrating into French society.

  • effemall

    Continued:
    Guéant has said that immigrants who refuse to assimilate should be denied French citizenship.
    According to Guéant, a member of President Nicolas Sarkozy's ruling UMP party, the citizenship process should be "a solemn occasion between the host nation and the applicant" and that immigrants should be integrated through language and "an adherence to the principals, values and symbols of our democracy."
    From now on, applicants for French citizenship will also be required to sign a new charter establishing their rights and responsibilities. Drafted by France's High Council for Integration (HCI), the charter reads: "Becoming French is not a mere administrative step. It is a decision that requires a lot of thought … applicants will no longer be able to claim allegiance to another country while on French soil." The new rules, however, will not affect dual nationality, which will still be allowed.
    Separately, Guéant also announced a proposal to require non-French children born in France who would normally be automatically naturalized at the age of 18 to formally apply for citizenship.
    In addition, Guéant announced plans to reduce the number of legal immigrants coming to France annually from 200,000 to 180,000 and has called for those convicted of a felony to be expelled from the country.
    The new citizenship requirements form part of a larger government effort to reverse decades of multicultural policies that have encouraged the establishment of a parallel Muslim society in France.
    In February 2011, Sarkozy denounced multiculturalism as a failure and said Muslims must assimilate into the French culture if they want to be welcomed in France. In a live-broadcast interview with French Channel One television, Sarkozy said: "I do not want a society where communities coexist side by side … France will not welcome people who do not agree to melt into a single community. We have been too busy with the identity of those who arrived and not enough with the identity of the country that accepted them." CONTINUED NEXT

    • WilliamJamesWard

      Interesting Sarkozy denounces multiculturalism as a failure, " I do not want
      a society where communities coexist side by side" . Does he imply that one
      of those communities is a problem, how would he like if they were lobbing
      bombs into the French side continuously. Maybe Sarkozy should lay off
      the Israelis and see just what lays ahead of France as Israel is surrounded
      by the murderous Islamist cult…………………………………….William

  • effemall

    CONTINUED In April 2011, the French government implemented a "burqa ban" which prohibits the wearing of Islamic body-covering burqas and face-covering niqabs in all public spaces in France.
    With certain exceptions, anyone in France covering her face on the street and in parks, on public transportation, in public institutions such as train stations and town halls, and in shops, restaurants and movie theaters, will be subject to a fine of €150 ($215).
    More severe penalties are in store for those found guilty of forcing others to cover their faces by means of "threats, violence and constraint, abuse of authority or power for reason of their gender." Clearly aimed at Muslim fathers, husbands or religious leaders, anyone found guilty of forcing a woman to wear an Islamic veil against her will is subject to a fine of €30,000 ($43,000) and one year in jail, or €60,000 ($86,000) and up to two years in jail if the case involves a minor.
    Sarkozy has said the burqa is "a new form of enslavement that will not be welcome in the French Republic." And French people seem to agree. According to a recent survey published by the Washington-based Pew Global Attitudes Project, French people back the ban by a margin of more than four to one: Approximately 82% of people polled approved of a ban, while 17% disapproved.
    Also in April, the UMP party organized a debate on the compatibility of Islam with the rules of the secular French Republic. The three-hour roundtable discussion called "Secularism: To Live Better Together" was held at the upscale hotel Pullman Paris Montparnasse in the presence of some 500 religious leaders, legislators and journalists.
    Organized by UMP leader Jean-François Copé, attendees discussed 26 ideas aimed at preserving France's secular character, enshrined in a 1905 law separating church and state. Participants discussed issues such as halal food being served in public schools and Muslim street prayers.
    Other proposals aired at the event included: banning the wearing of religious symbols such as Muslim headscarves by daycare personnel; preventing Muslim mothers from wearing headscarves when accompanying children on school field trips; and preventing parents from withdrawing their children from mandatory subjects, including physical education and biology.
    In September 2011, the French government enacted a new law prohibiting Muslims from praying in the streets. The ban was in direct response to growing public anger in France over the phenomenon of Muslim street prayers.
    Every Friday, thousands of Muslims from Paris to Marseille and elsewhere close off streets and sidewalks — thereby closing down local businesses and trapping non-Muslim residents in their homes and offices — to accommodate overflowing crowds for midday prayers.
    The weekly spectacles have been documented by dozens of videos posted on Youtube.com (here,here, here) and have provoked a mixture of anger, frustration and disbelief, but local officials have been reluctant to intervene for fear of sparking riots.
    The issue of illegal street prayers was catapulted to the top of the French national political agenda in December 2010, when Marine Le Pen, the charismatic leader of the far-right National Front party, denounced them as an "occupation without tanks or soldiers."
    According to a survey by Ifop for the France-Soir newspaper, nearly 40% of French voters agree with Len Pen's views that Muslim prayer in the streets resembles an occupation. Other polls show that voters view Le Pen, who has criss-crossed the country arguing that France has been invaded by Muslims and betrayed by its elite, as the candidate best suited to fix the problem of Muslim immigration.
    Sarkozy, whose popularity is at record lows just four months before the presidential election set for April 22, seems determined not to allow Le Pen to monopolize the issue of Islam in France.
    Nevertheless, opinion polls show Sarkozy trailing his main contender, the Socialist candidate François Hollande. An OpinionWay-Fiducial poll published by the newspaper Le Parisien on December 20 shows Hollande with 27% of voter support against 24% for Sarkozy and 16% for Le Pen.
    If elected president, Hollande — a committed multiculturalist who has accused Sarkozy of fear-mongering — would almost certainly reverse some, if not all, of the Sarkozy's Muslim immigration-related policies.
    The inevitable conclusion is that efforts to stem the rising tide of Islam in France are tenuous at best.
    :

  • Brujo Blanco

    A good start to defeating our enemies is to immediately terminate immigration from any country that sponsors or tolerates terrorism. Anyone expressing hated for our country should not be allowed to enter. We also need to do asset seizures of any real property used as a platform for terrorism. These nut bags want us dead.

  • effemall

    cONTINUED: In April 2011, the French government implemented a "burqa ban" which prohibits the wearing of Islamic body-covering burqas and face-covering niqabs in all public spaces in France.
    With certain exceptions, anyone in France covering her face on the street and in parks, on public transportation, in public institutions such as train stations and town halls, and in shops, restaurants and movie theaters, will be subject to a fine of €150 ($215).
    More severe penalties are in store for those found guilty of forcing others to cover their faces by means of "threats, violence and constraint, abuse of authority or power for reason of their gender." Clearly aimed at Muslim fathers, husbands or religious leaders, anyone found guilty of forcing a woman to wear an Islamic veil against her will is subject to a fine of €30,000 ($43,000) and one year in jail, or €60,000 ($86,000) and up to two years in jail if the case involves a minor.
    Sarkozy has said the burqa is "a new form of enslavement that will not be welcome in the French Republic." And French people seem to agree. According to a recent survey published by the Washington-based Pew Global Attitudes Project, French people back the ban by a margin of more than four to one: Approximately 82% of people polled approved of a ban, while 17% disapproved.
    Also in April, the UMP party organized a debate on the compatibility of Islam with the rules of the secular French Republic. The three-hour roundtable discussion called "Secularism: To Live Better Together" was held at the upscale hotel Pullman Paris Montparnasse in the presence of some 500 religious leaders, legislators and journalists.
    Organized by UMP leader Jean-François Copé, attendees discussed 26 ideas aimed at preserving France's secular character, enshrined in a 1905 law separating church and state. Participants discussed issues such as halal food being served in public schools and Muslim street prayers.
    Other proposals aired at the event included: banning the wearing of religious symbols such as Muslim headscarves by daycare personnel; preventing Muslim mothers from wearing headscarves when accompanying children on school field trips; and preventing parents from withdrawing their children from mandatory subjects, including physical education and biology.
    In September 2011, the French government enacted a new law prohibiting Muslims from praying in the streets. The ban was in direct response to growing public anger in France over the phenomenon of Muslim street prayers.
    Every Friday, thousands of Muslims from Paris to Marseille and elsewhere close off streets and sidewalks — thereby closing down local businesses and trapping non-Muslim residents in their homes and offices — to accommodate overflowing crowds for midday prayers.
    The weekly spectacles have been documented by dozens of videos posted on Youtube.com (here,here, here) and have provoked a mixture of anger, frustration and disbelief, but local officials have been reluctant to intervene for fear of sparking riots.

  • effemall

    CONTINUED – The issue of illegal street prayers was catapulted to the top of the French national political agenda in December 2010, when Marine Le Pen, the charismatic leader of the far-right National Front party, denounced them as an "occupation without tanks or soldiers."
    According to a survey by Ifop for the France-Soir newspaper, nearly 40% of French voters agree with Len Pen's views that Muslim prayer in the streets resembles an occupation. Other polls show that voters view Le Pen, who has criss-crossed the country arguing that France has been invaded by Muslims and betrayed by its elite, as the candidate best suited to fix the problem of Muslim immigration.
    Sarkozy, whose popularity is at record lows just four months before the presidential election set for April 22, seems determined not to allow Le Pen to monopolize the issue of Islam in France.
    Nevertheless, opinion polls show Sarkozy trailing his main contender, the Socialist candidate François Hollande. An OpinionWay-Fiducial poll published by the newspaper Le Parisien on December 20 shows Hollande with 27% of voter support against 24% for Sarkozy and 16% for Le Pen.
    If elected president, Hollande — a committed multiculturalist who has accused Sarkozy of fear-mongering — would almost certainly reverse some, if not all, of the Sarkozy's Muslim immigration-related policies.
    The inevitable conclusion is that efforts to stem the rising tide of Islam in France are tenuous at best.

  • WilliamJamesWard

    Islamaphobia or realistic assessment of a present danger, my thought is that we
    over populated with undesirables not to mention the Islamist colonists. Cleansing
    America of threats within may be starting with our present government but it
    must work it's way down to each and every person in our land. If you pose a
    danger to America you should be made to leave the Nation, if a citizen, that
    citizenship revoked. The courts must be cleansed of anti-American judges
    and justices who obviously favor individuals who subvert America in the name
    of freedoms never intended in the Constitution for criminal individuals.
    The second American Revolution must make the Nation secure from
    within as well as at our Borders………………………………………….William

    • PatrickHenrysGhost

      Don't cloak yourself in Nationalism!

      Who decides who is "anti-american"? You, the President, the military, oh, the NDAA sets that precident. Does a Christian pose a threat? How about a supporter of the Second Amendment? How about ex-militray? Homeschoolers/ Pro-Life, Anti-Abortion activists? How about those that oppose the New World Order, or one world government? Or maybe, supporters and beleivers in the Bill of Rights? How about people who have more than 7 days worth of stored food, stock up on ammunition? Should I go on? Because this is the very list put out by a DHS document listing people who may be potential domestic terrorists.

      Are you in that list? I qualify for all but one, ex-military. If so, be careful what you wish for because you may very well be the target of the "cleansing America of threats"

      • WilliamJamesWard

        We all have to use our God given brains and experiences to make our own
        mind up about who and what we are. I am one of those who sits by with
        my Bible and guns and my clock is available at any time for anyone to
        come and clean it, if they can. As most of my compatriots are doing at
        this time, I am sitting and waiting and hopeful for the electorate to do
        what must be done. Oh! and yes as a free man I will do as I damn well
        please inside of just law………………………………….William

        • PatrickHenrysGhost

          Just be prepared and aware that the Germans called for heads to roll and a people to blame. Calling for a cleansing sounds all well and good when you aren't the group that is being cleansed. Better make sure that you are standing for Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness that God endowed to each of us, before cleansing those that may be innocent.

          It is strange that when politicians speak we roll our eyes and refuse to trust them because they have lied before, but when they tell you the whole of Islam is out to get you (I know there are a LARGE percentage that do!) we buy that lock, stock and barrel. Does radical Islam concern me? Yes Am I prepared? Just like you, but be cautious in wanting the cleanse this group or that group, sounds a little too 1930s Germany to me.

          • WilliamJamesWard

            You have a good point and my point is that if in 1930's Germany
            the Nazis were cleansed the world would have probably been a
            better place, if you doubt this ask a Jew………………….William

  • Alb

    It is time we clise up the 80 % Mosques that teach jihad, violence and islasmic supremacism in this country.

  • cavan1

    Mr. Spencer,
    I have long admired the clarity and quality of your research into the history of Islam
    I recommend to all your readers and friends the very erudite and comprehensive "The Legacy of Jihad: Islamic Holy War and the Fate of Non-Muslims", edited by Andrew Bostom, MD. Historic scholars analyze the various jihads by time and location. It is a scholarly ( well footnoted and sourced) account of what happened.

  • myohmy

    It's time to stop saying and believing that "our government is confused about Islam"…. no they're not. Do you think our leaders are stupid? With all the intel they've got worldwide our leaders are "confused" about Islam? We're supposed to believe political correct thinking has voided out common sense? Someone tells our leaders the Emporer's new clothes (Islam) are magnificent and so perfect and so our leaders can't see that the Emporer is wearning no clothes at all??? Our leaders look at Islam and tell us they see nothing but a religion of peace…. WHEN BODY BAGS ARE COMING HOME DAILY THANKS TO ISLAM??? AND WE'RE SUPPOSED TO BELIEVE THEM WHEN THEY TELL US WE HAVE NOTHING TO FEAR FROM ISLAM? Just a few crazy radicals that could just as easily be anyone… even our co workers or members of our own churches…. sure. People there is no excusing what our leaders at the top of both our political parties are doing to us…. allowing to happen to us… allowing to happen to America. Stop believing the liars and vote them all out of office this year. Replace then with true patriots… NOT TRAITORS.

  • Ellman

    Robert Spencer is correct. Stories like this, which could be considered 'exposes' actually make Islamophiles (not phobes) more determined to suppress the truth. And the government is certainly not going to change it attitude or policies as long as Obama is in office. By now we can only guess about the extent of Islamist penetration into our government. We won't know that until the Call to Prayers is sounded in Washington DC.

  • http://www.boycottscotland.com Edward

    All mosques in the West should be monitored.

    Any preaching of jihad against the US should be rooted out.

  • mlcblog

    Still, aside from where this story goes, I delight in noticing the seeming regularity with which Islamists in general squeal on one another and give the whole plot like little squealing piggies. Delightful!

  • http://virtuallyjesuschrist.blogspot.com/ Daniel Harold

    In reality this guy makes me laugh, with all the things that he says.
    The truth is not always as it seems, for those who believe other's lies.
    Take the time to think it through for yourself, if you want to know the truth,
    and don't let yourself be manipulated by others.
    Just a little light of reason for those of you who seemed to be confused,
    about what, in reality is going on. You can HOPE for Islam to disappear from the earth, but you'll never CHANGE the truth, that it's here to stay forever.
    Peace be with those of you who know what the truth is,
    And may the rest of you, and your loved ones too,
    live long & prosper also!
    Just don't forget to remember,
    that you can't take anything with you,
    when you're gone!
    With an Everlasting Love,
    Now, & Forever Always,
    your friendly libertarian muslim,
    me

  • John_Kelly

    Why would a Muslim like you use a fake Hebrew name like Leah.

    Let me guess ………your real name is ACHMED or FATIMA !!!!

  • vlondo

    We dont do islam in the West. There is no place for islam in the West. Not negotiable.