North Carolina ISIS Recruiter: “We will send all our Lions to achieve [Geller’s] slaughter.”


The recruitment of Muslims in America indicates that ISIS is determined to enforce Sharia — specifically Sharia blasphemy laws — on non-Muslims. The North Carolina Muslim arrested today for recruiting for ISIS posted this online.

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“Our aim was (Geller) and to show her that we don’t care what land she hides in or what sky shields her,” the document said, according to the complaint. “We will send all our Lions to achieve her slaughter.”

And Obama and Hillary mean to import tens of thousands of these lions:

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The FBI Had Undercover Agent at the Scene of the “Draw Muhammad” Shooting in Texas. This is an extraordinary story — the FBI should be holding cartoon events everywhere to smoke out these devout savages.

The Intercept: On May 3, 2015, two men from Arizona armed with assault rifles — Elton Simpson and his roommate, Nadir Soofi — attacked a convention center in Garland, Texas, where Pamela Geller had organized the “First Annual Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest.” The two attackers shot a guard outside the convention center and were then killed in the parking lot by Texas police.

Hours earlier, the FBI had sent a bulletin to local police with Simpson’s photo, warning that he was “interested in the event.” FBI Director James Comey said in a press conference following the shooting that the FBI did not have reason to believe Simpson was planning to attack the event, even though the bureau had spent years trying to build a case against him.

The new information came to light in an indictment filed Wednesday against Erick Jamal Hendricks, 35, of Charlotte, North Carolina, who allegedly recruited people online to join the Islamic State. An affidavit in the case reveals that an FBI undercover agent was at the “Draw Muhammad” event and was communicating with Hendricks about security there. The affidavit raises questions about whether the FBI knew, or should have known, that the event was a likely target of attack.

It’s unclear, in the affidavit, whether the communication between Hendricks and the undercover agent was via text or through another messaging system.

“If you see that pig [Geller] make your ‘voice’ heard against her,” Hendricks wrote to the undercover agent.

Hendricks then asked the agent a series of questions to gauge security at the event.

“How big is the gathering?”

“How many ppl?”

“How many/police agents?”

“Do u see feds there?”

It’s unclear from the affidavit what information the FBI agent provided in response. It’s also unclear whether any of the information the agent provided to Hendricks was, in turn, passed on to the men who attacked the drawing event.

But the affidavit states that the FBI was aware that Hendricks and Simpson were in contact to some degree. In fact, according to the document, Hendricks had made an online introduction between Simpson and the undercover agent and was the nexus between them. As a result of that introduction, Simpson and the undercover agent corresponded online. After Simpson posted a link to the “Draw Muhammad” event, the undercover agent wrote: “Tear Up Texas.”

Simpson appears to have suggested violence.

“Bro, u don’t have to say that … U know what happened in Paris … I think … Yes or no?” he wrote, referring to the January 7, 2015, attack on Charlie Hebdo.

“Right,” the agent responded.

“So that goes without saying,” Simpson responded.

After the Garland shooting, Hendricks posted a statement online in which he referenced the shooters as “a new Muslim of 2 years and another of 11 years.”

Simpson had told the undercover agent he’d been a Muslim for 11 years. The undercover agent’s cover was that he’d been a Muslim for two years. Simpson’s actual accomplice, Nadir Soofi, was born a Muslim. In the affidavit, the FBI admits that Hendricks, not knowing about Soofi, had assumed the undercover agent was the second shooter.

The undercover agent got back in touch with Hendricks after the shooting and said he watched as police shot Simpson and Soofi.

“Keep in touch with me,” Hendricks told the agent. “If you need a safe house, let me know. This is why I’m here.”

Less than two weeks later, Hendricks cut off contact with the undercover agent. It took the FBI another 15 months to arrest Hendricks, and the affidavit does not disclose what was happening during that time period.


Here’s the Washington Post

“Man charged with supporting ISIS allegedly had links to attack in Texas,” Washington Post, August 4, 2016:

A North Carolina man arrested Thursday on a terrorism charge was in contact with one of the gunmen killed in a failed attack last year at a Texas exhibition of cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad, according to a criminal complaint.

Erick Jamal Hendricks, 35, was charged by prosecutors with conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State. Hendricks is accused of trying to recruit people in the United States to carry out terrorist attacks on behalf of the militant group.

Hendricks made an initial appearance Thursday in federal court in Charlotte and is being held until a detention hearing next week. His attorney did not return a phone message seeking comment.

Although Hendricks was arrested in North Carolina, where he lives, he was charged in Ohio, where he will be prosecuted.

In court documents, the FBI said that Hendricks had used Twitter to contact Elton Simpson, an Arizona resident who, along with his roommate, Nadir Soofi, carried out the May 3, 2015, attack on the drawing contest and cartoon exhibition in Garland, Tex.

According to the criminal complaint, Hendricks, a convert to Islam, was also communicating at the same time with an undercover FBI employee and put the employee in touch with Simpson in late April 2015.

Prosecutors said the majority of these communications took place while the undercover employee was in Ohio.

[The hundred men and women charged in federal court in connection with the Islamic State]

Simpson asked the FBI employee whether he had seen a link he posted regarding the event in Garland. In a somewhat cryptic exchange, the employee told Simpson, “Tear up Texas,” the criminal complaint said.

Simpson responded: “Bro, u don’t have to say that . . . U know what happened in Paris . . . I think . . . Yes or no?” Simpson was referring to the January 2015 attack on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper in Paris.

“So that goes without saying . . . No need to be direct.”

Simpson never explicitly said he was going to drive to Texas to attack the cartoon contest, according to the communications cited in the criminal complaint. The FBI has previously said that it learned before the attack that Simpson had expressed interest in the contest but did not have any information that he intended to travel to Texas for an attack.

The communications between Simpson and the undercover employee now appear to be the source of that information.

Hours before the attack, the FBI issued a bulletin to law enforcement about Simpson, who along with Soofi was killed by police after the two opened fire at the cartoon event, wounding a security guard in the leg. Security had been increased at the event.

According to the complaint, the FBI employee also traveled to the cartoon contest and was instructed by Hendricks to watch out for Pamela Geller, who had organized the event.

“If you see that pig make your ‘voice’ heard against her,” he said, according to the complaint. Hendricks then asked the undercover about security at the event. “How many police/agents? Do u see feds there? Do you see snipers?”

It’s not clear whether Hendricks was aware of Simpson’s plans, but during a May 2 meeting in Baltimore with an FBI informant, he said sleeper cells would be used to conduct attacks in the United States.

Hendricks told the informant that future targets included Geller and members of the military, according to the complaint. He said he was in contact with an imam in Arizona whom he wanted to be his group’s spiritual guide. He also claimed to be in touch with Islamic State members overseas. Prosecutors didn’t disclose the imam’s identity.

After the Texas attack, Hendricks posted a document online saying the target was Geller.

“Our aim was (Geller) and to show her that we don’t care what land she hides in or what sky shields her,” the document said, according to the complaint. “We will send all our Lions to achieve her slaughter.”

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