Wednesday, May 09, 2007

"John Doe" Saves Fort Dix

CAIR believes the airline Imams were unfairly treated -they want passengers that reported the dodgy behavior punished. They think praying loudly and yelling Allah Akbar in an airport post-9/11 is A-okay.

If the country buys into the fact that this was discrimination (as opposed to due diligence) we may not hear about plots of Jihad until the bombs go off...

A New Jersey store clerk most likely saved countless soldiers' lives because he acted on a suspicion and called the FBI. If CAIR had their way he'd be looking for a defense attorney right about now...

"...Ever since Sept. 11, U.S. authorities have asked the public to be vigilant, urging, "If you see something, say something."

In January 2006, a store clerk in New Jersey saw something. A group of men had brought him a video showing them firing assault weapons and chanting, "God is Great!" in Arabic. They wanted him to transfer the footage onto a DVD.

So he said something, calling the Mount Laurel Police Department, who in turn contacted the FBI.

And thus began the downfall of one of the most thoroughly infiltrated and documented group of terrorism suspects in recent history — six men from Yugoslavia and the Middle East who were charged Tuesday with plotting to slaughter scores of American soldiers at Fort Dix and perhaps other military installations in the Northeast.

In addition to plotting the attack on Fort Dix, the defendants spoke of attacking a Navy installation in Philadelphia during the annual Army-Navy football game and conducted surveillance at other military installations in the region, prosecutors said.

One defendant, Eljvir Duka, was recorded as saying: "In the end, when it comes to defending your religion, when someone ... attacks your religion, your way of life, then you go jihad.
" (Read the entire article)

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