Kentucky: Cops Have to Break Up Fights Between Sunni and Shia Muslims

via Kentucky Cops Now Have to Break Up Fights Between Sunnis and Shiites.

by Daniel Greenfield

A little preview of things to come if the #14Traitors get their way and import 65,000 Syrians. (via Religion of Peace)

 Welcome to Bowling Green, Kentucky, the latest front in the Sunni – Shiite unholy war tearing apart the Middle East.

A Bowling Green man who is a Shia Muslim told the Bowling Green Police Deparmtent that another man, a Sunni, assaulted him during an argument over their respective religious beliefs.

The man who reported the incident did not have visible injuries but told police he was attacked and pushed to the ground.

The alleged assailant, whose name was redacted from police records pending prosecution, made statements to police about “taking care of business like a man” if the victim continued to cause problems for him. He denied that anything physical occurred during the argument.

A witness told police that the two men were arguing over religious beliefs with the assailant criticizing the beliefs of the Shia Muslim man, and the argument progressed to a shoving match.

Now how many Sunnis and Shiites do you need for there to be enough critical mass for these conflicts to turn violent?

Syrian Muslims headed to North Dakota, Nebraska and Kentucky

And Florida and North Carolina and Georgia and… Verbatim from the leading watchdog on issues immigration (legal and illegal) and importation of undesirables, Ann Corcoran’s Refugee Resettlement Watch.

Unless you have been living in a cave over the last few months, you know that the US State Department is bringing about 10,000 Syrian, mostly Muslim, refugees (chosen by the UN) to the US in this fiscal year (2015 started on October 1, 2014).

Here are three news stories sent from several readers about where they will be going.

North Dakota from the Jamestown Sun:

Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota and its community partners, which include schools, medical facilities, law enforcement, county and volunteer agencies and churches, are anticipating a shift in the ongoing resettling of refugees here.  [They are slowing the Bhutanese (Hindu) flow and switching to the Middle Easterners—ed]

[….]

The agency has recently resettled a number of people from Afghanistan, and is planning for refugees in the coming months from Syria and Iraq, who are escaping the terrorism threat of ISIS.

[….]

Lutheran Social Services (LSS) is projecting to place a total of about 400 refugees in North Dakota in fiscal year 2015, which began in October.

Laetitia Mizero, program director and state refugee coordinator at LSS, said 260 will settle in the Fargo area, about 95 in Grand Forks and 45 in Bismarck.

In fiscal year 2014, LSS placed 500 refugees statewide, a larger number than usual.

This next bit is really informative, and is something every community “welcoming” refugees should be paying attention to.  Once they get a “seed community” started, they (the Lutherans in this case) then are paid to process in the family members.

“Ninety-eight percent of individuals who’ve arrived over the past 12 months are joining family who are already here,” she said.

Nebraska from McCook Gazette:

LINCOLN, Neb. — At least four Nebraska agencies have pledged to help some of the thousands of refugees expected to come to America as a result of persecution and genocide in Syria.

[….]

Nebraska agencies pledging to help deal with the refugees include Lutheran Refugee Services of Lincoln, Lutheran Family Services, Catholic Social Services and the Southern Sudan Community Association.

Such refugees are eligible for a full range of public assistance programs swell as refugee assistance programs.

***Here is the contact information for the 4 contractors who will bring Syrians to Nebraska:

CWS (Church World Service)
NE-CWS-01: Lutheran Refugee Services
Address: 2900 O Street, Suite 200
Lincoln, NE 68510
Phone: 402-435-2954

USCCB (US Conference of Catholic Bishops)
NE-USCCB-02: Catholic Social Services
Address: 2241 O Street
Lincoln, NE 68510-1133
Phone: 402-474-1600

CWS (Church World Service)
NE-CWS-02: Lutheran Family Services
Address: 1941 South 42nd Street, Suite 402
Omaha, NE 68105-1401
Phone: 402-346-6100

ECDC (Ethiopian Community Development Council)
NE-ECDC-01: Southern Sudan Community Association
Address: 3610 Dodge Street, Suite 100
Omaha, NE 68131
Phone: 402-554-0759

 

Kentucky from the Courier Journal (article about a new start-up Arab language newspaper):

Kentucky Refugee Ministries Executive Director John Koehlinger said Botan’s venture comes as Louisville agencies continue to resettle a large number of refugees from Iraq — a trend that started around 2008 — and prepare to aid the first refugees from Syria some time next year.

“Refugees have been coming from Iraq in large numbers for five years,” he said. “I think that the time is right for a newspaper for that community.”

Kentucky Refugee Ministries Executive Director John Koehlinger: Newspaper would “unify” Arab community in KY.

About the photo and Kentucky Refugees Ministries.  In its most recent Form 990 KRM took in $4,703,422 from government contracts as part of a total revenue stream of $5,287,956 which means they are 89% funded by taxpayer dollars in a Wilson Fish state where the resettlement program is run by the federal government’s contractors (with no say by elected representatives of the state government of Kentucky).

When you visit that Form 990 be sure to check out the costs of running this ‘non-profit’ for salaries, office expenses, travel etc.

***Contact information for all of the resettlement contractors in the nation may be found at this handy list.


Bookmark RRW if you want to watch the slow yet deliberate destruction of America through immigration and resettlement.

Kentucky: Muslim-owned cancer clinic pays $3.7M for prolonged chemo racket

via E-town cancer clinic pays $3.7 million for prolonged chemo. h/t Diversity’s Darkside

The owners of an Elizabethtown cancer clinic have paid $3.7 million to settle claims that they extended the period of chemotherapy for their patients to pad their bills to the government.

“To subject cancer patients to unnecessary treatments that are physically draining and emotionally stressful is utterly unconscionable,” said Patrick McFarland, inspector general of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.

U.S. Attorney David Hale announced Tuesday that Elizabethtown Hematology Oncology PLC and its owners agreed to pay $3,739,325 to resolve allegations that they submitted false claims for payment to the Medicare, Medicaid and the military’s medical provider for extending the duration of chemotherapy infusion treatment to patients and inappropriately billing office visits for infusion therapy.

The settlement agreement says that owners Dr. Rafiq Ur Rahman and Dr. Yusuf K. Deshmukh from 2006 to 2013 unnecessarily and improperly extended the duration of chemotherapy infusion treatment times for their patients so they could make more money. It also says they and their clinic falsely billed for office evaluations of patients receiving chemotherapy.

“Manipulating treatment protocols and lengthening infusion times to increase reimbursement reflect an extraordinary lack of regard for patient welfare and the integrity of our health care system,” Hale said in a news release.

Some of the allegations emerged from a whistleblower lawsuit filed in 2011 by Dr. Ijaz Mahmood of Elizabethtown, who alleged the clinic, to inflate billings, developed written protocols that increased chemotherapy infusion times by a factor of three or more beyond what is generally recognized.

He said Deshmukh and Rahman gave patients the appropriate dose of chemotherapy, but diluted it and prolonged treatment for hours so that they could bill more to Medicaid and Medicare, which pay in part based on how long a procedure takes.

The government may still prosecute either defendant and they are subject to federal tax charges.

Is deportation on the table if they weren’t born here?

 

Kentucky: Muslim “refugee” in Louisville robbed agency that helped him

via Refugee living in Louisville accused of defrauding Kentucky Refu – WDRB 41 Louisville News.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A refugee living in Louisville is accused of stealing from an organization that was trying to help him.

According to the arrest warrant, Mustafa Abbas Shighain used a bank account number and routing number for Kentucky Refugee Ministries to pay his personal bills without consent. Kentucky Refugee Ministries relocates refugees from other countries into the Louisville area. The refugees are issued a check each month for $300 for living expenses.

Police say Shighain was a refugee when he began using the business routing number and bank account number to pay his own bills, including Time Warner and LG&E. He’s also accused of opening a Pay Pal account using the same routing number and account number, then trying to have money transferred from Kentucky Refugees Ministries’ account into the Pay Pal account, but the transaction was denied.

Police say Shighain also applied for and received a Speedway gas card in his own name using the Kentucky Refugees Ministries’ information.

According to arrest documents, an employee became suspicious of Shighain after the business received a letter from Pay Pal denying the transaction that Shighain had tried to make. An audit was conducted and the unauthorized transfers were uncovered.

Police say Shighain stole a total of $2,200 from the business.

Shighain was arrested on May 29 and charged with theft by deception and unlawful access to a computer.

Refugee Resettlement Watch notes:

From 2009 until 2011 he worked for Human Rights Watch, and says he is now a student for something he calls the FBI INTERNATIONAL POLICE.

…as well as ’places’ he has recently visited:

  • Syria (about 6 months ago)
  • Mecca, Saudi Arabia (about 6 months ago)
  • Istanbul, Turkey (about 6 months ago)

Kentucky: Muslims arrested, charged with assault, burglary and kidnapping

No real victims here. Just another tale from Diversity’s Darkside. Taking the law into their own hands. via Burglary victims arrested, charged with assaulting suspects | Metro Louisville – WLKY Home.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. —Two owners of a Louisville mobile phone store that was burglarized in January were arrested Monday after police said they assaulted the suspects accused of stealing $80,000 worth of electronics from their store.

Hamza M. Aburub and Ahmad L. Mohammed, the owners of a Boost Mobile store in the 1800 block of West Oak Street, are also accused of burglarizing one of the suspects’ homes and kidnapping one of the suspects.

Both pleaded not guilty during their arraignment Tuesday at Louisville Metro Corrections.

“Somebody broke into my store and stole everything and… I’m here,” Mohammed said during his arraignment. “It just don’t make sense to me.”

Police say Aburub, 24, and Mohammed, 26, forced their way into one of the mobile phone burglary suspects’ homes on Jan. 28.

Inside the home was Donovan Cantrell, 19, and three other juveniles.

Cantrell and the juveniles told police Aburub and Mohammed pointed a gun at them, assaulted some of them and demanded they return the property they store from the mobile phone store, according to an arrest warrant for the two store owners.

The two men took an iPad and two iPhones from the home before leaving, according to the warrant.

A juvenile also told police Aburub and Mohammed dragged him into their store, duct-taped him to a chair and beat him while threatening him with a gun, according to arrest citations.

Cantrell and at least two juveniles called police and were arrested themselves, according to Cantrell’s arrest citation.

Cantrell, of the 6000 block of Robinhood Lane, was charged with burglary.

Aburub, of the 1000 block of Bardstown Road in Louisville, and Mohammed, of the 100 block of Teresa Ray Drive in Mt. Washington, were charged with burglary and kidnapping.

They are being held at Louisville Metro Corrections on $25,000 bonds.

Kentucky: US May Have Let ‘Dozens’ of Terrorists Into Country as Refugees

Thousands may cross the borders illegally too. Curious timing on this old news from ABC…as Obama’s ratings sink rapidly. via Al Qaeda in Kentucky: US May Have Let ‘Dozens’ of Terrorists Into Country as Refugees – ABC News.

Several dozen suspected terrorist bombmakers, including some believed to have targeted American troops, may have mistakenly been allowed to move to the United States as war refugees, according to FBI agents investigating the remnants of roadside bombs recovered from Iraq and Afghanistan.

The discovery in 2009 of two al Qaeda-Iraq terrorists living as refugees in Bowling Green, Kentucky — who later admitted in court that they’d attacked U.S. soldiers in Iraq — prompted the bureau to assign hundreds of specialists to an around-the-clock effort aimed at checking its archive of 100,000 improvised explosive devices collected in the war zones, known as IEDs, for other suspected terrorists’ fingerprints.

“We are currently supporting dozens of current counter-terrorism investigations like that,” FBI Agent Gregory Carl, director of the Terrorist Explosive Device Analytical Center (TEDAC), said in an ABC News interview to be broadcast tonight on ABC News’ “World News with Diane Sawyer” and “Nightline”.

I wouldn’t be surprised if there were many more than that,” said House Committee on Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul. “And these are trained terrorists in the art of bombmaking that are inside the United States; and quite frankly, from a homeland security perspective, that really concerns me.”

As a result of the Kentucky case, the State Department stopped processing Iraq refugees for six months in 2011, federal officials told ABC News – even for many who had heroically helped U.S. forces as interpreters and intelligence assets. One Iraqi who had aided American troops was assassinated before his refugee application could be processed, because of the immigration delays, two U.S. officials said.

He wasn’t assassinated “because” of the delays. He was assassinated by jihadis for other reasons.

In 2011, fewer than 10,000 Iraqis were resettled as refugees in the U.S., half the number from the year before, State Department statistics show.

Fewer than 10,000? There should be zero Iraqis, zero anyone being “resettled” in the U.S.

An intelligence tip initially led the FBI to Waad Ramadan Alwan, 32, in 2009. The Iraqi had claimed to be a refugee who faced persecution back home — a story that shattered when the FBI found his fingerprints on a cordless phone base that U.S. soldiers dug up in a gravel pile south of Bayji, Iraq on Sept. 1, 2005. The phone base had been wired to unexploded bombs buried in a nearby road.

An ABC News investigation of the flawed U.S. refugee screening system, which was overhauled two years ago, showed that Alwan was mistakenly allowed into the U.S. and resettled in the leafy southern town of Bowling Green, Kentucky, a city of 60,000 which is home to Western Kentucky University and near the Army’s Fort Knox and Fort Campbell. Alwan and another Iraqi refugee, Mohanad Shareef Hammadi, 26, were resettled in Bowling Green even though both had been detained during the war by Iraqi authorities, according to federal prosecutors.

Most of the more than 70,000 Iraqi war refugees in the U.S. are law-abiding immigrants eager to start a new life in America, state and federal officials say.

Until they decide not to be law-abiding. In fact, if they lied on their immigration papers they are not law-abiding. And they didn’t immigrate they were resettled.

Confronted with all the evidence against them, Alwan and Hammadi agreed to plead guilty to supporting terrorism and admitted their al Qaeda-Iraq past. Alwan cooperated and received 40 years, while Hammadi received a life term which he is appealing. A hearing for Hammadi’s appeal took place Tuesday in the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Ohio.

The only man in the Humvee to survive the 2005 IED bombing in Bayji, Daniel South, who is now an Army Black Hawk helicopter pilot in Texas, said he was stunned to learn al Qaeda-Iraq insurgents were living in Kentucky — but he’s glad they were finally brought to justice for attacking U.S. troops in Iraq.

“I kind of wish that we had smoked [Alwan] when it happened, but we didn’t have that opportunity so I guess this is second best,” South told ABC News.

Kentucky: Will DHL submit to terror-linked CAIR’s legal jihad?

via Muslim workers claim they were fired for prayer – wave3.com-Louisville News, Weather & Sports.

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – At the DHL Global Mail plant in Hebron, Kentucky, 24 Muslim workers took a break to pray. They say it cost them their jobs. The company denies any wrongdoing.

At a news conference Thursday, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) says the workers were fired unjustly.

“These workers contend that they were dismissed from their jobs for asserting their right to a reasonable accommodation for their religious practices including daily prayer,” said Karen Dabdoub, executive director of CAIR-Cincinnati.

The complaint stemmed from a situation during October when CAIR representatives say DHL Global Mail reversed a flexible break time policy. Two dozen employees allegedly still walked off the job at an appointed Islamic prayer time. In Islam, followers are required to pray five times per day. CAIR is requesting that all employees who were fired get reinstated. It is also seeking damages and policy changes.

“Not only as a Muslim, but also as an American, it makes me feel disgusted that in this day and age we are having discrimination about religion,” said Asad Nawabi with the Louisville mosque.

According to Nawabi, prayer is a crucial part of the Islamic faith.

“Prayer,” Nawabi said, “is the same thing as in every Christian believing in Jesus Christ as their savior.”

Except that Behind the Muslim Prayers:

…is asking Allah to keep the Muslim from the path of the Jews and Christians. This prayer is recited seventeen times a day by devout Muslims. The Friday prayer is even more offensive to Jews and Christians, as it …specifically condemns Gentiles as being “in gross error,”

Back from reality to the story:

So far, 11 complaints have been filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

DHL Global Mail released a statement saying:

“DHL Global Mail is an equal opportunity employer and takes seriously all complaints of harassment and discrimination, however we do not comment in detail on pending charges or litigation. Our policies provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.

DHL Global Mail ensures employees’ religious practices are understood and, as reasonable, accommodated. The allegations presented by the CAIR – Cincinnati stating that employees were terminated for religious practices or that requests for accommodations were denied, are unfounded.”

DHL Global Mail denied any wrongdoing with respect to the allegations made by CAIR-Cincinnati and said the company will fully defend itself in any action that may be filed. DHL Global Mail also said they take complaints of harassment and discrimination seriously.

The only way to defeat the legal jihadists is to never back down or give an inch. Does DHL have the stomach?

Our prediction: DHL Global will give all the Muslims new jobs, institute new policies, issue an apology, and force all its employees to undergo Islamic indoctrination by a terror-linked organization (CAIR) whose leaders have been jailed, deported or listed as unindicted co-conspirators in terror cases. A prayer room, Muslim holidays and paid time off for Islamic prayers might be part of the deal as well.

Prove us wrong.

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