Will the islamophobia never end?
Bear in mind what we are embroiled in a lawsuit against Seattle mass transit concerning this very thing. In 2013, the FBI was running a terrorism awareness campaign featuring bus ads depicting photos of sixteen of the world’s Most Wanted Terrorists. The campaign sponsored by the Joint Terrorism Task Force for the State Department’s Rewards for Justice (RFJ) program. The ad featured the world’s leading global terrorists. As it happened, all but one were Muslim. Islamic supremacists and their running dogs o the left demanded the want ad come down, claiming it was insulting to Muslims. Truth is offensive and under the sharia, it is punishable by death (blasphemy).
The FBI submitted to Islam and pulled the Seattle-area bus ads featuring the “Faces of Global Terrorism” after receiving complaints “that the ads stereotype Muslims.”
My organization, the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), believed that this public awareness message was critical to national security and should run. We are constantly being clubbed with the claim that “moderate Muslims” abhor and reject the acts of terrorism that are constantly committed in the name of their religion, so why would they object to a wanted poster featuring Islamic terrorists who supposedly have twisted and hijacked their peaceful religion? Why would “moderate Muslims” provide cover for jihad terror? Why, indeed.
AFDI submitted a virtual copy of the FBI ad to run on Seattle transit. The cowards at Seattle King Metro refused to run the ad, claiming that it was disparaging to Muslims. Reality is disparaging to Muslims?
We sued Seattle King Metro. Predictably, the liberal fascists in Seattle sided with the supremacists. We appealed to the clowns on the notorious 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. And now they, as expected, ruled in favor of sharia supremacism.
Of all the free speech legal battles I am embroiled in, this one is the most absurd. It illustrates the crippling submission and capitulation of government authorities to Islamic supremacist demands. And now it has gotten even more absurd: King County claimed last year that “AFDI…has directly forced six of the ten largest transit agencies in the United States to end all forms of political, public interest, and religious advertising. the ‘Geller Ban.’ Dkt. 57 To date, not counting the transit systems chilled by AFDI’s ‘free speech’ campaign, the ‘Geller Ban’ has substantially limited the speech available to over 50 million Americans who live in the affected service areas.”
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Man Considered Most Dangerous Terrorist In The World After Bin Laden Killed In US Drone Strike In Yemen
Vandana Rambaran, Daily Caller, August 21, 2018
U.S. officials confirmed that the man considered the most dangerous terrorist in the world after Osama bin Laden and a top al-Qaeda bomb-maker was killed in a U.S. drone strike in Yemen in 2017.
Ibrahim al-Asiri, a 37-year-old from Saudi Arabia who is responsible for creating a host of bombs — including the underwear bomb intended to take down a flight from Detroit to Amsterdam on Christmas in 2009 — escaped U.S. strikes in the past, despite a $5 million bounty for his capture since 2014, according to reports by Fox News.
Al-Asiri and several associates were standing beside his car when a drone struck and killed him, a tribal leader and a source linked to the deadliest affiliate of al-Qaeda in Yemen told The Associated Press on Friday. Al-Qaeda did not memorialize al-Asiri’s death as they normally would on militant sites, and instead is focusing on identifying potential spies who could have leaked his whereabouts and contributed to his death, Fox News reported.
The top al-Qaeda bomb-maker consistently developed more sophisticated bombs to get past airport security, including explosive devices that could fit into devices such as laptops, cell phones and ink cartridges. His efforts resulted in increased TSA measures to prohibit electronics on some flights to the U.S. and intelligence officials believe he might have been developing other such explosives at the time of his death.
“A good chunk of what you have to take out of your bag and what has to be screened is because of Asiri and his capabilities of putting explosives in very difficult to find places,” former CIA deputy director Michael Morell told CBS News.
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