The U.S. very first conflict with Muslim terrorists was also its very first war as nation—and it won that war 213 years ago, on June 10, 1805.
Safya Roe Yassin used several Twitter accounts to solicit violence against two FBI employees and two former members of the military and their families.
FFA has prepared an email for you to send that counters CAIR’s demand that the United States Marine Corps submit to Islamic blasphemy laws (i.e., sharia).
The end result will be that the U.S. is ignorant and unprepared in the face of the advancing jihad.
Ali said, “Allah told me to do this, Allah told me to come here and kill people,” during the attack.
“Farekh, a citizen of this country, turned his back on America by joining al-Qaeda and trying to kill American soldiers in a bomb attack"
Troops were used as embarrassing photo ops for radical Muslim institutions (IST, ICNA, ISNA).
Ibrahim Suleiman Adnan Adam Harun attacked a U.S. military patrol in Afghanistan, resulting in the death of two American soldiers and the serious injury of others.
...and non-Muslims soldiers halting all activities including radio communication while the Muslim prays. Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot.
Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud “wanted to go to a military base in Texas and kill three or four American soldiers execution style.”
An FBI employee accidentally called Jameson’s phone and hours later, Jameson told the undercover agent “I also don’t think I can do this after all."
Jersey City imam urged Muslims to: “Count them one by one, and kill them down to the very last one. Do not leave a single one on the face of the Earth.”
A provision that undermines the entire purpose of national defense.
He had faced up to life in prison after pleading guilty to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy.
27 soldiers from Yemen, 22 from Iraq and 9 from Saudi Arabia have also gone AWOL inside the U.S.
39 managed to obtain legal status but the State Department and Homeland Security refuse to address the risk.
The misbehavior charge carries a maximum penalty of life in prison, while the desertion charge is punishable by up to five years.
Around October 10-11, 732, one of history’s most decisive battles took place, demarcating the extent of Islam’s western conquests and ensuring the survival of the West.
Farekh was convicted of conspiring to murder U.S. nationals, conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction, conspiracy to bomb a government facility and conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists.