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Criminal case against suspect in L.A. synagogue attack delayed after questions about his mental health

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Los Angeles authorities can’t be serious. The motive for the attack is obvious. This isn’t about Mohamed Abdi Mohamed’s mental health. Islamic Jew-hatred: it’s in the Quran. The modus operandi of this Los Angeles driver accords with the jihadi imperative of running over non-Muslims with cars, as the Islamic State (ISIS) has called upon Muslims to do. So there is nothing whatsoever that is unclear about the motive, aside from the fact that law enforcement officials all over the country are reluctant to report about jihad-related crimes, and constantly cover up their motive.

“Criminal case against suspect in L.A. synagogue attack delayed after questions about his mental health,” by James Queally, Los Angeles Times, November 30, 2018:

Criminal proceedings against a Seattle man accused of trying to run over two Jewish men outside a Los Angeles synagogue have been suspended amid questions about his mental competency, officials said.

During a bail review hearing Friday morning, public defender David Canas questioned whether 32-year-old Mohamed Abdi Mohamed was competent to stand trial for two counts of assault with a deadly weapon….

Mohamed was arrested Nov. 23 after police say he shouted anti-Semitic slurs toward a crowd of worshippers exiting Congregation Bais Yeshuda in Hancock Park. Investigators said Mohamed tried to run down two men with his car before speeding away and crashing….

The FBI has been assisting in the investigation, but authorities have said they have no evidence of links between Mohamed and any known terror or hate groups.

Mohamed’s family has said he holds no hatred toward the Jewish community or any other groups. He was diagnosed with schizophrenia in 2015 and has been treated at mental health facilities in the Seattle area at least twice in recent years, according to medical records reviewed by The Times.

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