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DEFENDING THE WEST
Prosecuting Muslim bomber 'alienates Muslims'? WND, February 4, 2013
Exclusive: Pamela Geller sheds light on CAIR's bizarre, twisted reasoning
In what could have been a jihadi bloodbath of unimaginable
proportions, a young American Muslim attempted to mass murder upward of
25,000 infidels (mostly women and children) at a Christmas tree-lighting
ceremony in Portland, Ore. Mohamed Mohamud has now been found guilty,
and the Hamas-tied Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, is
enraged. According to Reuters, Hamas-CAIR’s Ibrahim Hooper “said the
case could alienate the Muslim community.”
Mohamud’s undercover handlers offered him several choices in the
service of jihad. He could have opted just to pray for the destruction
of the infidels. On the other hand, he could have opted for Islamic
martyrdom: killing infidels and getting himself killed in the process.
He chose something in-between: a plot to kill infidels in large numbers
without killing himself. He told the FBI he wanted to “become
Now the jury’s verdict is in.
Mohamud has been found guilty. And the Muslim Brotherhood front CAIR
says has the audacity to say that the prosecution of Mohamud “alienates
Again, there it is. Plain as day. Hamas-CAIR exposes its real agenda
yet again. The prosecution of this jihadist “alienates Muslims”?
Shouldn’t Muslim groups be standing with those of us who are fighting
against this very thing? They should be condemning this attempt at jihad
mass murder. But no, instead they stand with the would-be murderer.
They are claiming that Mohamed Mohamud was a victim of FBI entrapment.
What is the goal of this obfuscation? It is revealing of the true nature
of “moderate” groups in the U.S.
Entrapment? Could anyone “entrap” you into mass murdering tens of thousands of people?
Mohamed Mohamud pushed the button twice. It failed to detonate,
thanks to FBI surveillance programs (that very ones CAIR is working
fiercely to stop).
On the morning of the planned jihad murders, Mohamud told one of his
friends that this was “the greatest morning of my life.” No one was
forcing him when, a few hours after that, he pushed the buttons on a
cell phone that he thought would set off his jihad bomb and murder
thousands upon thousands of infidels.
But Hamas-CAIR and other Muslim groups aren’t denouncing jihad and
the Quranic verses that inspire these attacks. Why? Why aren’t they
critical of jihad? Aren’t they supposed to be “moderate”? Why are they
telling Muslims not to cooperate with law enforcement? On two occasions,
Cyrus McGoldrick, who was then an official of Hamas-CAIR’s New York
chapter, issued threats to “snitches.” Is anyone investigating Cyrus McGoldrick, and trying to find out what he was afraid Muslims would “snitch” about?
Hamas-CAIR’s Ibrahim Hooper also said, “I think convictions in these
kinds of cases are almost forgone conclusions based on the government’s
actions. They are the same in each case.” Yes, it’s the government’s
fault that devout Muslims want to slaughter in the cause of Islam. Let’s
blame the government for stopping this mass slaughter.
Why did Bill O’Reilly have CAIR on yet again last Thursday night, giving them the imprimatur of legitimacy?
There is much more. Read it all.
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