Another American Muslim who “misunderstands” Islam? Methinks not. It is the Islamic apologists who misunderstand and the Muslim taqiyya merchants who sell the filthy kuffar that vicious bill of goods.
Why do mosques have so much difficulty training Muslims in the proper understanding of Islam, if jihad terror is a misunderstanding of Islam? And where are American Muslims teaching against the ideology that gave rise to it? Right now, nothing is being done to stop jihad recruiting in US mosques, even as several hundred young Muslims from the US have gone to wage jihad for the Islamic State.
Ohio — home to the jihad Noor mosque in Columbus, whose members spied on one of their former congregants, Rifqa Bary, and told her parents that she had converted out of Islam and they had better straighten her out. Her father threatened to kill before she fled to safety in Florida.
“Ohio college student who plotted to kill military employee, police officers for ISIS is sentenced to 20 years in prison,” by Mark Berman, Washington Post, November 23, 2016:
An Ohio college student who pleaded guilty to plotting an Islamic State-guided attack on a U.S. military employee and a police station was sentenced to two decades in prison, authorities said Wednesday.
Federal prosecutors said Munir Abdulkader, 22, was directed to carry out an attack in the Cincinnati area by Junaid Hussain, a well-known figure in the Islamic State. According to the details outlined in court documents, Abdulkader had planned to record the military member’s death before attacking the police station.
Hussain, also known as Abu Hussain al-Britani, was a hacker as well as a recruiter for the extremist group, and he was reportedly killed in a U.S. drone strike in Syria in August 2015. The Justice Department said that Abdulkader had communicated with Hussain months before the drone strike.
Abdulkader was arrested in May 2015, but the case was not unsealed until July 2016 — more than a year after his arrest and four months after Abdulkader pleaded guilty. A spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney’s office said that the case was sealed until July “due to an ongoing investigation.”
The plea agreement, which can be read here, was signed in February and filed in March. It states that Abdulkader had intended to abduct a military employee at his home, kill this person and film the execution so that it could be used in a propaganda video. After that, Abdulkader intended to assault a police station “using firearms and Molotov cocktails,” the plea agreement said.
Abdulkader told a confidential FBI source that he had talked to members of the Islamic State about the violent plot, according to a complaint filed in May 2015.
This complaint said that a member or members of the Islamic State “directed and encouraged” Abdulkader “to plan and execute a violent attack within the United States.”
According to the complaint, Abdulkader had also posted comments in 2014 and 2015 on Twitter supporting the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, on Twitter, claiming that his cousin had died fighting for the group.
As part of his preparations for the attack, the complaint said, Abdulkader conducted surveillance at a police station, went with the FBI source to a shooting range and bought an AK-47 assault rifle for $350….
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