Wash. State mayor sides with Islamic terror-front group CAIR, boycotts U.S. General

via Dhimmi Mayor Tim Leavitt @leavitt4mayor Caves to Terror Tied Hamas-CAIR, Smears War Hero General Boykin | Atlas Shrugs

The terrorist-tied Hamas group CAIR has been intimidating and bullying the Clark County 13th annual Mayor and Civic Leaders Prayer Breakfast to cancel their keynote speaker, war hero Lieutenant General William G. Boykin.

Kudos to the Clark County organizers for standing for what’s good and right, and refusing to submit to the sharia and rebuffing the thugs and goons over at the foreign agents at Hamas-CAIR.

But quisling Mayor Tim Leavitt has decided to “boycott” the Clark County 13th annual Mayors’ & Civic Leaders’ Prayer Breakfast to be held October 17, in submission to Islamic supremacist demands. Leavitt defines the term useful idiot.

But General Boykin deserves our gratitude and respect. Does Mayor Leavitt mean to aid and abet Hamas and the jihad against the free world?

Politely email Tim at tim.leavitt@cityofvancouver.us
Tweet at him here @leavitt4mayor

He is either clueless or complicit, but neither is an excuse for this outrage.

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Whitewashing CAIR is whitewashing the Muslim Brotherhood. The evidence against the group is overwhelming.

I have spent years studying the evidence demonstrating that the Council on American-Islamic Relations (“CAIR”) is a terrorist organization operating as a front group for Hamas and its affiliated organizations. I have consulted with FBI agents, CIA agents, local law enforcement officers, and attorneys who specialize in national security law. All of these consultations confirm that CAIR was begun as a Hamas front group to carry out the Muslim Brotherhood’s anti-American agenda.

Much, but not all of this evidence, was documented in United States v. Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development  et al., 3:04-cr-00240-P (N.D. Texas) (“HLF”).  I have personally invested hundreds of hours reading written documented evidence and listening to audio-taped evidence that had been introduced at the trial.

The evidence shows that CAIR is a criminal terrorist organization. This conclusion is shared by the United States government. The Department of Justice named CAIR in the federal criminal trial of the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development,[1] which concluded with multiple guilty verdicts, as an unindicted co-conspirator in a massive conspiracy to fundraise for, and otherwise pursue, the terrorist agenda of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Palestine Committee, a public relations and fund raising arm of Hamas in the United States.[2]See generally HLF.[3]  Specifically, CAIR was named as one of the organizations formed by the defendants and co-conspirators to create the appearance of legality in the effort to raise funds and public support for Hamas and its jihad abroad.  As the evidence in the HLF trial demonstrated, these plans were part of the 1993 Philadelphia planning meeting carried out by Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas operatives, a meeting which the FBI secretly recorded pursuant to a lawful court order, the entire transcript of which was introduced into the record at the HLF trial.[4]


See the section on lower left sidebar for links to documents to send to Leavitt and share with others on the terrorist front group CAIR.

Washington: Infidel protests outside mosque, confronted by dhimmi (video)

Jim Jewell, 52, of West Richland confronts Michael Harmon, 28, of Burbank outside the Islamic Center of the Tri-Cities on Bombing Range Road in West Richland. Harmon, a veteran of the war in Afghanistan, is protesting against the Islamic religion. TRI-CITY HERALD

When Harmon confronted Jewell with facts, shattering Jewell’s Islamophilic platitudes, Jewell got desperate and had to resort to Hitler name-calling (related to the race card). It’s guys like Jewell who allowed Hitler then and Muslims today to kill so many. As Harmon was about to say, Muslims joined Hitler’s army and like Hitler, Muslims seek to kill Jews as outlined in the Koran.

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via Burbank man protests outside Islamic Center in West Richland | The News Tribune.

Harmon said he wasn’t protesting specifically against the Islamic center. He only recently learned there was a mosque in the Tri-Cities.

“It just blew my mind,” he said. “I would expect to see that in Seattle, but not here.”

There might be peaceful Muslims, but they are not fully following the Quran, Harmon said.

Harmon said he contacted West Richland police to make sure it was OK for him to carry a concealed weapon while he protested.

Harmon was allowed to carry his gun in a holster and protest, but police made sure he knew he couldn’t walk into the street or cause a disruption, said Sgt. Duane Olsen.

“He’s got his First Amendment rights, like anybody else,” Olsen said.

Kudos to the police for respecting Harmon’s rights.

Harmon said he heard from several passersby — some supportive, some opposing his views. He said he got in to one verbal confrontation with a Navy veteran who told him that Muslims are good people.

“I just wish everybody would be more supportive of the troops and realize this is still going on,” Harmon said.

Olsen received two calls complaining about Harmon’s protest. He said one caller was cordial and the other hung up after being told that police couldn’t arrest Harmon for a hate crime.

“I explained to him that he wasn’t committing a crime,” Olsen said. “He was emphatic that he was.”

Harmon, who protested for about an hour Monday, said he might return to protest Tuesday and that he plans to picket other Tri-City Islamic facilities.


For future protests, Harmon should reference Naveed Haq, son of a founder of the Islamic Center of the Tri-Cities. Haq was a jihadist who attacked a Seattle Jewish center killing a woman and wounding five others. via ‘Soldier of Islam’ found guilty in ’06 Seattle Jewish center jihad

A King County jury found a 34-year-old Muslim man guilty of charges including aggravated first-degree murder Tuesday in the 2006 shootings at the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle.

In addition to the murder verdict, which carries an automatic life sentence, jurors found Naveed Haq guilty of five counts of attempted first-degree murder, one count of unlawful imprisonment and one count of malicious harassment, the state’s hate-crime law.

Haq opened fire in the federation offices on July 28, 2006, killing employee Pamela Waechter, 58, and wounding five others.

“He wanted to kill these women,” senior deputy prosecutor Erin Ehlert told jurors in her closing argument Thursday.

Prosecutors also introduced as evidence audio recordings from 10 phone calls that Haq placed to his family after his arrest. In the calls, recorded by the King County Jail, Haq told his mother he was “a soldier of Islam.”

The mosque protested above was founded by the jihadi’s father:

Haq’s father, Mian Haq, was a founding member of the Islamic Center in this south-central Washington town in 1979 and has been active in the community for decades…

Haq’s parents…moved to the United States from Pakistan in the 1970s

Authorities say Naveen Haq, 30, may have planned his attack on a Seattle Jewish center from the Tri-Cities area of southeastern Washington.

Update: More dhimmi’s plan to stand with the sharia adherents: Students counter Burbank man’s Islamic protest.

Patriots need to support Harmon and join him. He has a Facebook page if anyone has a link.

Seattle Muslim confesses to murder spree: “vengeance” for military ops in Islamic world

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via National security expert on N.J. teen’s alleged killer: He could be charged as a terrorist

The man accused of killing a New Jersey teenager and three other men as retribution for U.S. military action in the Middle East could eventually be charged with terrorism offenses, according to a national security expert.

William C. Banks, Director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism at Syracuse University, said that if the details of a confession by Ali Muhammad Brown described in court papers filed in Washington state Wednesday are accurate, he could face additional charges at either the state or federal level.

“If he’s got the motivation that he announced he has, which is to extract revenge for the U.S. killing of Muslims in that part of the world, he’s a terrorist,” Banks said. “It’s a matter of motivation.”

Brown, 29, has been in custody at the Essex County Jail in Newark since July 18 on charges related to the murder of Brendan Tevlin, a 19-year-old college student from Livingston who was shot eight times as he drove through West Orange on his way home June 25.

Authorities in Washington have also charged him with a trio of slayings, including the shooting deaths of two gay men in Seattle on June 1, and the death of another man whose body was found on a highway in an unincorporated area outside the city April 27.

Court documents detailing the charges in the April killing, made public on Wednesday, include statements from Brown indicating that he carried out the killings as “vengeance” for the loss of innocent lives killed as a result of American military operations in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and other parts of the Islamic world.

“All these lives are taken every single day by America, by this government. So a life for a life,” he said, according to the documents.

Banks said that direct references to political motivations could provide prosecutors with adequate grounds to lodge a terrorism charge, though it is unclear if they would be motivated to do so.

New Jersey has a terrorism statute, punishable by up to life in prison for cases resulting in death, which includes crimes intended “to influence the policy or affect the conduct of government by terror.” Washington maintains a similar law, though the existing murder charges against Brown are already sufficient to draw a maximum sentence in either state maximum sentence, including, in Washington’s case, death.

The alleged murders also likely qualify under federal terrorism statues, Banks said. Though the U.S. Department of Justice recently reinstated its Domestic Terrorist Executive Committee, it is generally more focused on obtaining and sharing information on subversive organizations, rather than individuals like Brown, who appears to have acted alone in the majority of his crimes, he said.

Katherine Carter, a spokeswoman for the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, said prosecutors have not engaged in any discussions with federal authorities regarding Brown’s case.

The office is currently in discussions on whether to extradite Brown to stand trial in Washington state before beginning proceedings in the Tevlin case. No timeline for a decision has been offered.

via Skyway slaying linked to suspect in 2 Seattle killings | Local News | The Seattle Times.

Ali Muhammad Brown, the convicted sex offender charged with killing two men in Seattle’s Leschi neighborhood on June 1, is now suspected of fatally shooting a Skyway man about one month earlier.

Brown, a Muslim who law-enforcement sources say claims to be a jihadi, served federal prison time for conspiracy to commit bank fraud in connection with a plot to defraud several banks.

In that case, between January 2002 and November 2004, Brown and three other men defrauded U.S. Bank, Bank of America, Key Bank, Washington Mutual, Wells Fargo and Boeing Employees Credit Union by depositing counterfeit and fake checks, then withdrawing funds before the checks were returned, according to charging documents filed in U.S. District Court.

Authorities determined that many of the men involved were supporting terrorism in Somalia.

Previously post on Ali: Seattle: Muslim ex-con executes 2 gays, wanted in Jersey armed robbery

His confession below:

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Seattle: Mere 10 years for Muslim who attempted mass murder at packed Seattle gay club

And prosecutors only wanted 5. via 10 years in prison for Seattle gay club arsonist – seattlepi.com.

The Seattle man who set fire to a popular Capitol Hill club during a New Year’s celebration was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison - twice as long as the term requested by prosecutors.

Facing federal charges in the dangerous but non-injurious blaze, Musab Masmari admitted to starting a fire inside Neighbours Nightclub during the first minutes of 2014.

Masmari was caught on camera setting fire to a rear stairwell at Neighbours, a large, decades-old gay nightclub.

About 15 minutes after midnight, Masmari poured gasoline in a stairway to Neighbours’ balcony and lit the pool of fuel. The fire was quickly doused with a fire extinguisher; there were about 750 people in the club at the time.

Masmari, a California native also known as Musab Musmari, was arrested days later on his way to Sea-Tac Airport after buying a one-way ticket to Turkey.

In a letter to the court, Masmari, 31, explained he’d consumed a bottle of cheap whiskey in the hours before he set the fire. He claims not to remember setting it, though he recognized himself on a surveillance video.

“I do not believe that I am a bad man but when I get drunk I have done bad things,” Masmari said in a letter to the court. “I swear that it is my intent to never drink again.”

Prosecutors offered another motive for the arson – homophobia.

Writing the court, Assistant U.S. Attorney Todd Greenberg said evidence suggests Masmari was motivated by an “intolerable hate.”

“One of Masmari’s close associates was interviewed by investigators and reported that Masmari confided in him that he ‘burned a gay club’ and that he did it because ‘what these people are doing is wrong,’” Greenberg said in court papers.

Greenberg said another person close to Masmari said he had a “general hostility towards homosexuality.”

Attorneys for Masmari Charles Swift and Jeffrey Cohen noted that prosecutors were unwilling to try to prove that hate motivated the arson.

The defense attorneys said the assertion is based on statements made by witnesses who’ve not been identified to the defense. The allegation, Swift and Cohen told the court, has never been proven to reasonable degree.

“Mr. Masmari does not agree that his criminal conduct was fueled by hate,” the defense attorneys said in court papers. “He does, however, agree with the government that his conduct was fueled by substance abuse, and in particular alcoholism.”

Prosecutors and the defense agreed to request a five-year prison term for Masmari. But U.S. District Judge Ricardo Martinez doubled the term to 10 years in Thursday’s sentencing hearing at the Seattle federal courthouse.

In a statement issued following the sentencing hearing, U.S. Attorney for Western Washington Jenny Durkan said Masmari acted out of “ignorance and intolerance.”

“The Court sent a clear message: this conduct cannot be tolerated,” Durkan said.

Surveillance video showed Masmari entering a bar linked to Neighbours by an interior door carrying a one-gallon gas can in a bag. Masmari headed straight into Neighbours, set the fire and then fled through the bar. He was identified as a suspect after police released photos taken from the surveillance video.

The child of well-educated Libyan parents, Masmari was born in Los Angeles while his father was studying film there. He lived most of his life in Libya before coming to Washington in 2008.

As Gil Scott-Heron sang, “There’s people sho’ nuff in the bottle” but anyone in their right mind knows that’s not what caused this Libyan Muslim to firebomb a gay nightclub. The bottle may have only gave the coward the courage to do what Islam teaches.

Washington: Muslim caught raising funds for jihadists called Boston bombing “a blessing”

And “‘talked gleefully” about a mall attack in Kenya that killed 67 people.” 

via Washington woman suspected of funding terrorists calls Boston Mar | www.ajc.com.

KIRO on Wednesday went to the home of a Washington state woman suspected of funding a terrorist group linked with al-Qaida.

Hinda Osman Dhirane was scheduled to be released from custody on Tuesday evening, and when KIRO’s Nick McGurk knocked on her door, a woman answered and then slammed the door.

Federal prosecutors say the Dhirane led a fundraising conspiracy by funneling money to a terrorist group called Al Shabaab, which has ties to al-Qaida in Somalia.

As part of the investigation, Dhirane had been wiretapped.

And KIRO found out that, in court Tuesday, prosecutors say she called the Boston Marathon bombing a “blessing.”

In another phone conversation she had allegedly “talked gleefully” about a mall attack in Kenya that killed 67 people.

A judge says Dhirane has to give up her passport as a condition of her electronic home monitoring and her next court date is in Virginia.

 She was scheduled to be released from custody? WTF?

Background via Muslim women in Virginia & Washington arrested, led al-Shabaab jihad fundraising network.

 

Muslim women in Virginia & Washington arrested, led al-Shabaab jihad fundraising network

via FBI — Three Defendants Arrested on Charges of Providing Material Support to a Foreign Terrorist Organization. h/t TROP

WASHINGTON—Three defendants were arrested today on charges of providing material support to al-Shabaab, a designated foreign terrorist organization that is conducting a violent insurgency campaign in Somalia. Two additional defendants are fugitives in Kenya and Somalia.

A superseding indictment was issued on June 26, 2014, by a federal grand jury in the Eastern District of Virginia, charging the defendants with one count of conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization and 20 counts of providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization. The indictment was unsealed after the following arrest warrants were executed today:

  • Muna Osman Jama, 34, was arrested at her home in Reston, Virginia;
  • Hinda Osman Dhirane, 44, was arrested at her home in Kent, Washington;
  • Farhia Hassan was arrested at her residence in the Netherlands;
  • Fardowsa Jama Mohamed is a fugitive in Kenya and the subject of a pending arrest warrant; and
  • Barira Hassan Abdullahi is a fugitive in Somalia and the subject of a pending arrest warrant.

If convicted, each defendant faces a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison on each count in the indictment.

The Harakat Shabaab al-Mujahidin, commonly known as al-Shabaab, is a terrorist group conducting a violent insurgency campaign in Somalia. In 2008, the U.S. government designated al-Shabaab as a foreign terrorist organization, and in February 2012, the leaders of al-Shabaab and the terrorist group al-Qa’ida publicly announced the merger of the two groups.

According to court records, defendants Muna Osman Jama and Hinda Osman Dhirane were the leaders of an al-Shabaab fundraising conspiracy operating in the United States, Kenya, the Netherlands, Somalia and elsewhere. Jama and Dhirane allegedly directed a network composed primarily of women who provided monthly payments that were coordinated, facilitated and tracked by the defendants to their conduits in Kenya and Somalia. According to court records, Jama was principally responsible for sending money to Kenya through her conduit, defendant Fardowsa Jama Mohamed, while Dhirane was primarily responsible for sending money to Somalia through her conduit, defendant Barira Hassan Abdullahi.

According to court records, the defendants would refer to the money they sent overseas as “living expenses,” and they repeatedly used code words such as “orphans” and “brothers in the mountains” to refer to al-Shabaab fighters, and “camels” to refer to trucks needed by al-Shabaab. The money transfers often were broken down into small amounts as low as $50 or $100, and the funds were intended for use by al-Shabaab insurgents operating in Somalia.

 No word on their immigration status, what mosque they attend nor who they were collecting money from in the U.S. to fund jihad around the world.

Reread “U.S. dollars flow to fund jihad” posted just days ago.

Nationwide manhunt underway for Seattle Muslim using Grindr app to target, murder gays

An update on yesterday’s post. Will the national media cover this story? Will the gay mafia speak out against the Islamic sanctioning of murder for gays? Earlier this year in Seattle, a Muslim attempted to burn down a crowded gay club on New Year’s Day. Media blackout ensued.  via Ground Zero Mosque.

SEATTLE — Ali Muhammed Brown, charged with killing two men in Seattle on June 1, is a radical jihadist who targeted his victims using an app popular among gays, law enforcement sources said Tuesday.

Investigators believe Brown, 30, used Grindr — an app that enables gay men to use their cellphone’s GPS locator to meet other gays in the area — and met up with Said and Anderson-Young after they left R Place, a popular gay bar on Capitol Hill, on the night of May 31.

No motive for the killings was listed in the charging documents.

Detectives say Said was shot multiple times in the face at close range and also in the back, as was Anderson-Young. There was no evidence of a struggle, the victims were not armed, and there`s no evidence it was motivated by robbery, drugs or any other crime.

However, sources tell Q13 FOX News that Brown underwent jihadist training in California in April and they believe the two men were attacked simply because their sexual orientation offended what police say are Brown’s radical Muslim beliefs.

A nationwide manhunt is now under way for Brown, who is now the prime suspect in an armed robbery at a coffee shop in New Jersey.

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