Canadian accused of organising Al-Qaida suicide bombings
You can expect the usual claims that this is an isolated event, it is incorrect or it is just one example of a problem within a very small percentage of the large muslim population living in Canada.
The muslim population in Canada did not offer this information to authorities, they did not immediately offer their services to authorities to help monitor mosques, translate documents or join the Canadian military to help protect their homeland. Canadian muslims are no different then the cult members living else where. Some are more violent than others are but all of them worship the same pedophile and read the same text.
Do not misunderstand, there are muslims helping to fight the blood crazed believers but only because they have seen them destroy their own neighborhoods and are no longer foolish enough to believe moahmmeds lies.
By Florian Flade, 21 January 2011, the Periscope Post
Abu Muhammad, a policeman in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul explained to the news media what he had witnessed in the morning of April 10, 2009, while he was on duty in the southern part of the city. The policeman said saw a truck, filled with about a ton of explosives hidden under grain, driving right behind two US Humvees. The vehicles were travelling on the street leading to Mosul’s police headquarters, located right next to U.S. Military’s Forward Operating Base Marez.
The American vehicles entered the compound and stopped. The next moment the truck driver rammed his vehicle through a metal barrier and slammed into a sandbagged wall. As Iraqi guards shot at the truck, the driver detonated the explosives next to the Humvees, about 50 yards from the gate.
-Many of the Iraqis have learned the hard way what the real cost of jihad is. They want nothing but the destruction of al qaida and its minions.
Five US soldiers died in the blast that left a 60-foot crater in the ground and destroyed the two US vehicles in the convoy. “There was more than 1,000 kiloggrams of explosives in the truck, which leveled three buildings,” an Iraqi police official said. Staff Sergeant Gary L. Woods, 24, of Lebanon Junction, Kentucky; Sergeant First Class Bryan E. Hall, 32, of Elk Grove, California; Sergeant Edward W. Forrest Jr., 25, of St. Louis; Corporal Jason G. Pautsch, 20, of Davenport, Iowa; and Army Private First Class Bryce E. Gaultier, 22, from Cyprus, California – all lost their lives in the suicide bombing that is said to have initially targeted the Iraqi police headquarter of Mosul.
-Rest in Peace.
The next day, one of the leaders of the terror cell that orchestrated the deadliest attack on US troops since March 10, 2008, chatted over the Internet with a man living in Canada. “Did you hear about the huge incident yesterday? Is it known?” the Canadian resident asked the Iraq-based terrorist. “Yes,” responded the member of the Iraqi terror network. “He was one of the Tunisian brothers,” explained the man in Canada, whose name is Faruq Khalil Muhammad Isa (alias “Tahir Sharif Sayfildin”).
The 38-year-old resident of Canada was obviously proud of the action of the Tunisian suicide bomber. He had reason to be proud, because he allegedly was the one who sent a group of Tunisian jihadis into battle in Iraq. Isa is suspected of being a member of the terror network that conducted the deadly bombing. He was arrested yesterday by Canadian authorities in Edmonton on charges filed by U.S. officials. Prior to the arrest, U.S., Canadian and Tunisian authorities cooperated to gain and share information about the terror suspect’s involvement with the Iraqi terror group.
-The muslims in the supply line are cowards, they do not mind sending others to die but will never face a single member of the American military themselves. At least the suicide bombers are true believers.
In a complaint filed on January 14 by prosecutors in New York City, Faruq Khalil Muhammad Isa is charged with providing support to a Iraqi bases terror network: “The defendant is charged in connection with his support for a multinational terrorist network that conducted multiple suicide bombings in Iraq and that is responsible for the deaths of five American soldiers.” The defendant Faruq Khalil Muhammad Isa is also suspected of being involved in another suicide bombing on March 31, 2009. That day, two Tunisian militants who traveled to Iraq via Libya and Syria in October 2008, with the bomber who killed the five US soldiers in the April ’09 Mosul bombing, attacked a police station and killed seven Iraqis.
“A day or two after the bombing, the brother of one of the bombers received an anonymous phone call in which the caller repeated three times that the bomber had “been martyred two days ago in combat with the Americans in Mosul,” the U.S. complaint of the Department of Justice reads. Canadian Faruq Khalil Muhammad Isa allegedly recruited eight Tunisians via the Internet and organized the two groups’ travels to Iraq, where they joined al-Qaida. In March 2009, he tried to recruit a another group of Tunisian jihadis, according to the complaint. “Try to delete everything… off your computer. Don’t leave one character of information or anything behind… Don’t leave any trace… Do not forget to keep reading Qur’an and repeat the famous prayers on the way until you meet with God,” Muhammad Isa told one of the Tunisians in online communications. Upon his departure from Tunisia the militant was arrested by Tunisian authorities.
“There is no more pressing duty after the declaration of faith than fighting the enemy,” the Canadian man told his motives to another person in January 2010. “Fighting comes before the other four pillars of faith…I slam came for the good of humanity. So if someone doesn’t like good, we fight them, like those dog Americans.” That same month, Faruq Khalil Muhammad Isa talked to the leader of an Iraqi al-Qaida cell about his plans to come to Iraq and take up arms against US troops. He was “1,000,000 percent” committed to the cause of Jihad in Iraq, Isa explained the Iraqi terrorist leader. “Even if I can’t work over there, I can work here,” he allegedly stated.
-Once again we see murder justified by ideology. In truth, any deity that requires a human sacrifice is not worth pissing on. Muslim often claim the suicide bombers are soldiers but that is false. Soldiers are professionals and do not set of bombs in cities, they do not commit suicide nor do the murder innocent citizens. They also do not justify violence in the name of a factious god named allah.
According to the complaint, which includes information received by wiretapping, in November 2009 Isa told his mother his greatest wish was to die a martyr. On May 28, 2010 he told his sister living in Iraq she should “go learn about weapons and go attack the police and Americans.” He said, “Let it be that you die.”Explore posts in the same categories: Al-Qaeda, By Ronin, Canada, criminal activity, Iraq, know your enemy, Radical Islam