IDENTIFIED: Muslim Terrorist Who Attacked Texas Naval Air Station Was Adam Salim Alsahli, Devout and Deeply Religious


Another one of the millions of Muslims who “misunderstands” Islam according to left-wing apologists for Islam.

Adam Salim Alsahli, a Syrian-born man with a prolific social media presence focused on the Islamic religion, was named by multiple national news outlets as the gunman accused in the terrorism-related shooting at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi.

The now deceased shooter’s social media accounts contain voluminous Islamic religious posts, according to a review of his multiple pages by Heavy. The translation of his Twitter profile statement, which is in Arabic, reads, “I love the Mujahideen, I am not one of them, and my sword is on the necks of those who stab them.”

A post shared on his Facebook page from 2017 read, “Where are the Muslims?! Where is the Islamic world of what is intended for Jerusalem?! Where is the Islamic nation extended in the mashreb and Moroccan?! Why not the nation?! Why not say no?! Our nation can’t silence on this injustice!!”

Post after post is all about Islam:

Related: VIDEO NAVAL TERROR ATTACK: FBI says shooting at Texas naval air station an ‘act of terrorism,’ searching for a second “person [jihadi] of interest”

Gunman in ‘terrorism-related’ shooting at Corpus Christi Naval air station identified

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Update: 5:35 p.m. — Several law enforcement officials confirmed to KPRC 2 that the gunman who opened fire at a Corpus Christi Naval air station early Thursday morning has been identified as Adam Alsahli of Corpus Christi.

Update: 2:15 p.m. — The FBI confirmed that the shooting at a Corpus Christi naval air station early Thursday morning was in fact, “terrorism-related.”

The suspect in the shooting was deceased, the official said. However, the FBI, local and state investigators are looking into the possibility of a second person of interest in the shooting who is at large in the community.

Meanwhile, officials urged the public to remain calm.

No other details were provided as the investigation is ongoing.

Watch the full press conference below:

Original Story:

A security team “neutralized” an active shooter early Thursday at a Texas naval air station, the U.S. Navy said.

The security team responded to the Naval Air Station-Corpus Christi at about 6:15 a.m. One sailor assigned to the security force team was injured but was in good condition, the Navy said.

The injured Navy sailor was shot but was wearing body armor, said a U.S. official who spoke on condition of anonymity to provide information not yet made public.

All gates remained closed and the facility remained on lockdown Thursday morning.

The 911 Call Came in for an Active Shooter on Base But Authorities Said There Might Be a Second Person of Interest at Large


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