May 6, 2010

The Name Of Islam No Longer Mentioned In Terror Attacks

Excerpt from Geoffrey Grider • May 3, 2010

It's like they have disappeared. 
Three times in the past year, America has been attacked by
Muslim Islamic terrorists. In their wake lie 13 people dead, and many more wounded. In every
case, the attacker was a single, Muslim man working on orders from Al Qaeda, The interesting
part of all this is that not once, by anyone in the Obama administration, are the words "muslim" or
"Islam" used with "terrorist".

Muslim terrorists continue to attack America

US Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan - November 5, 2009 - 13 dead and 30 wounded.
Despite his obvious hatred for the country he served, Hasan was allowed to continue in his command even after showing overt support for Al Qaeda. Major Hasan received his orders to kill from Imam Anwar al-Awlaki. "His presentations for school were often laced with extremist Muslim views, one source said. "Is your allegiance to Sharia [Islamic] law or the United States?" students once
challenged Hasan, the source said. "Sharia law," the source says Hasan responded." 
source - CNN

Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab - December 25, 2009 - bomb failed to detonate.
Otherwise known as the "Christmas Day Ball Bomber", he was able to board a plane bound for Detroit with no luggage, no passport, armed with a bomb in his pants, and set it off in flight. The only thing which prevented the death of every person on board the Nortwest Airlines flight 253 was the fact that his bomb failed to detonate. Every security precaution in place failed to stop him. 
source -

Faisal Shahzad - May 2, 2010 - bomb failed to detonate.
Now to be known as the "NYC Times Square" bomber, Shahzad attended a terror training camp in Pakistan but somehow managed to evade being put on the No-fly List. "Sources told CBS 2 on Tuesday morning that Shahzad should have been on the United States "No Fly" terror watch list, and that because he wasn't, he was able to board the plane. Deputy FBI director John Pistole later said, however, that he was in fact placed on the No Fly list Monday, except it was done hours before he was arrested. Still, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano declined to say how Shahzad was able to board the flight if he was on the No Fly list." source - CBS

Now, here comes the hard part - what do ALL THREE of these men have in common? If you
guessed that they are all Muslims who attacked in the name of Islam, then you would be correct. So why, one would have to wonder, is the Obama administration unable to call these attacks for what they are - acts of Muslim terrorism.

One came only come to two logical conclusions. Either Obama is unaware that they are Muslims who
are attacking in the name of Islam, or, he is aware and chooses to ignore it. In either case it would
appear that we have a President who is unable to combat Muslim terrorism because he is unable
or unwilling to recognize it.

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