In the wake of the rise of jihad terror in the US, Canada and Europe, Florida community radio station WMNF is aiding and abetting Muslim Brotherhood groups by providing these seditious elements with a platform to instruct Muslims on how to circumvent and deceive law enforcement.
Why wouldn’t moderate Muslims want to help law enforcement capture those who — what is it again? — “hijack” and “pervert” Islam? Why wouldn’t Muslims be rushing the doors of the FBI to turn over fellow Muslims bent on going jihad?
The answer is obvious.
On October 20, WMNF hosted a radio show with a Hezb’Allah operative, instructing Muslims not to talk to the FBI.
Are these the moderates Hamas-CAIR pretends to represent? Hamas-CAIR represents terrorist sympathizers — they are the public face of the Muslim Brotherhood, so why would the WMNF advance their destructive agenda?
The radio station, in a segment orchestrated by Hamas-CAIR leader and Hezb’Allah operative Hasan Shibly and WMNF, uses Kosovo-born Florida jihadi Sami Osmakac to advance its seditious “victimhood” narrative. Osmakac, who threatened a “2nd 911,″ was found guilty of terror charges. He said of non-Muslims: “We will go after every one of them, their kindergartens, their shopping centers, their nightclubs, their police stations, their courthouses and everything until we have an Islamic state the whole world.”
Osmakac, a 27-year-old American jihadi, plotted to kill hundreds of people by targeting several densely populated areas in Tampa. His plans included bombing a South Tampa pub and then traveling to another location, where he would detonate a suicide vest packed with explosives. He was certain that he would wake up to a martyr’s breakfast in heaven.
Instead, the jury convicted Osmakac of possessing an unregistered AK-47 and attempting to use weapons of mass destruction — a reference to the car bomb, six grenades and suicide vest he planned to use. Osmakac is currently in prison, probably getting plenty of dawah from prison imams and fellow jihadists.
You would think a community radio station would be committed to protecting the community and advancing the truth, especially in light of the spike in jihad attacks in the West. Instead, we get Tokyo Rose — uh, Tampa Hasan.
“Tampa civil rights group warns Muslims to talk to FBI only with lawyer present ,” 10/20/14 Seán Kinane, WMNF Drive-Time News Monday |
A local civil rights group is issuing an “urgent warning” to Muslims not to talk to the FBI unless their lawyer is present; the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR-Florida, says it stems from a prominent New Tampa Muslim being questioned at home.
For more, WMNF interviewed, Hassan Shibly, an attorney and executive director of CAIR-Florida.
Later this week we’ll air the 2nd half of this interview in which Shibly emphasizes the danger of entrapment and outlines the case of Sami Osmakac, who was convicted of plotting terrorism and is awaiting sentencing. His supporters say he was entrapped and incapable of carrying out the crime.
Here is a Hamas-CAIR posted on their website:
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