Missouri: DMV Allows Personalized ‘JIHAD’ License Plate for Muslims

Source: ‘JIHAD 1’ personalized license plate allowed in Missouri | Daily Mail Online

A personalized license plate that reads ‘JIHAD 1’ has been allowed in the state of Missouri.

A St Louis news station was contacted by a viewer who spotted the license plate and found it ‘insulting’ before sending an email with the subject line, ‘WHAT WAS THE DMV THINKING!!!!’

The viewer said he found the plate ‘a bit scary especailly (sic) with the latest shootings in San Bernardino’, referencing the terror attack that left 14 people dead in California last December, News 4 reported.

After examining the policies for granting or denying personalized license plates, a Department of Revenue representative told them they had no legal authority to deny the word.

However, a similar personalized license plate that read ‘J1HAD’ was rejected by the state in 2009.

The state did not provide an explanation for why that particular license was rejected while this one was allowed, according to News 4.

The ‘JIHAD 1’ license plate, which was seen on a car in St Louis county, belongs to a Muslim couple who have a 14-year-old son named Jihad, whose name inspired the license plate, News 4 reported.

The family also noted that Jihad, a traditional Muslim name, has a spiritual meaning for Muslims, contrary to violence and terrorism associations with the word.

‘Jihad is very common and it doesn’t mean Holy War,’ Faizan Syed, the executive director of the St Louis Chapter Council on American Islamic Relations told News 4.

‘It means someone who is struggling, so when you name your kid Jihad, it means someone who is going to struggle to be better.’

[Taqiyya by the known terror group CAIR – see how Muslims define Jihad: The Highest Peak of Islam]

However, he added that the word ‘has the ability to confuse’ and said since the average American thinks of Jihad as a certain thing, ‘it’s probably better for this individual not to use it.’

In Illinois, the word Jihad is banned from being used on license plates, according to the station.

Among other license plates banned over the years in both states include ‘KKK’, ‘HATERZ’ and ‘K1LLER.’

100+ Creeping Sharia posts on Missouri, click the tag/category below to view. Kansas City in particular was a known jihad hangout for Muslim terror group Hamas.

Missouri: Muslim accused of Ansar al Sharia ties pleads guilty to 2 felonies, faces deportation

Muslim Brotherhood infighting? Muslims accusing Muslims of crimes and terror links all courtesy of the immigration and diversity first crowd. Source: Man living in Platte County and allegedly linked to terror groups pleads guilty to two felonies, faces deportation | fox4kc.com

PLATTE COUNTY, Mo. — A 25-year-old Libyan man, who Platte County prosecutor alleged is part a terrorist organization, pleaded guilty to two felonies Thursday.

Ali Swei pleaded guilty to aggravated stalking and attempted stealing by coercion.

Prosecutors say he threatened to kill the family that was sponsoring him and threatened their relatives in Libya. Prosecutors add that Swei threatened to harm the Libyan immigrant family he was staying with if they did not pay him $30,000.

A member of that family, who did not want FOX 4 to show his face because he has been threatened since Swei’s arrest, says he believes the guilty pleas will result in Swei’s deportation.

“I am so relieved for my family, its really been a roller coaster especially for my wife," the man said. "Its really heartbreaking its nervousness she doesnt sleep she has nightmares. She`s worried all the threats hopefully are never-never no family will ever go through what we have gone through.”

In pleading guilty, Swei’s lawyer, Andrew Christie, denied that the Libyan student is part of a terrorist organization. Christie claims that FBI reports show that the government has no interest in Swei as a danger. But he also declined to comment on Swei’s immigration status.

As part of a plea deal, Swei was placed on probation for 4 years and his sentence suspended. The judge also said the guilty pleas could prevent Swei from becoming a citizen, permanent resident or result in his deportation.

This should result in immediate deportation. Then Swei can get his revenge in person in Libya.

As causingfitna noted in a previous post, the plaintiff’s in the case also have terror connections: Missouri: Muslim immigrant arrested for extortion, stalking – accused of Ansar al Sharia ties.


Obama’s Muslim refugee “surge” begins, at least 10,000 before September

Say goodbye to America.

No English. Five kids. A wife who will never work in the U.S. This is an immediate and permanent burden on U.S. taxpayers. And when the kids grow up in a mosque spewing jihadi rhetoric, multiplied by 10,000 – the consequences are dire for Americans. Source: First Syrians arrive in US under surge resettlement program

The first Syrian family to be resettled in the U.S. under a speeded-up “surge operation” for refugees left Jordan on Wednesday and arrived in Kansas City, Missouri, to start a new life.

Ahmad al-Abboud, who is being resettled with his wife and five children, said he is thankful to Jordan, where he has lived for three years after fleeing Syria’s civil war. But the 45-year-old from Homs, Syria, said he was ready to build a better life in the U.S.

“I’m happy. America is the country of freedom and democracy, there are jobs opportunities, there is good education, and we are looking forward to having a good life over there,” al-Abboud said.

They have been living in Mafraq, north of Amman. Al-Abboud was unable to find work, and the family was surviving on food coupons.

“I am ready to integrate in the U.S. and start a new life,” he told The Associated Press in Amman’s airport before the family boarded a flight to Kansas City.

Al-Abboud said he wanted to learn English and find a job to support his family.

A spokeswoman for the social services organization helping resettle the family said they arrived in Kansas City late Wednesday night.

Since October, 1,000 Syrian refugees have moved to the U.S. from Jordan. President Barack Obama has set a target of resettling 10,000 Syrian refugees by Sept. 30.

A resettlement center opened in Amman in February to help meet that goal, and about 600 people are interviewed every day at the center.

The temporary processing center will run until April 28, said U.S. Ambassador Alice Wells, who was at the airport to see the al-Abboud family depart.

Gina Kassem, the regional refugee coordinator at the U.S. Embassy in Amman, said that while the target of 10,000 applies to Syrian refugees living around the world, most will be resettled from Jordan.

“The 10,000 (figure) is a floor and not a ceiling, and it is possible to increase the number,” Kassem told reporters.

While the resettlement process usually takes 18 to 24 months, the surge operation will reduce the time to three months, Kassem said.

The U.N. Refugee Agency prioritizes the most vulnerable cases for resettlement, and refers them to the U.S. to review, Kassem said. The priority is given to high-risk groups such as unaccompanied minors and victims of torture and gender-based violence, she said.

“We do not have exclusions or look for families with certain education background, language skills or other socio-economic factors, and we do not cut family sizes,” she said.

Jordan hosts about 635,000 of the more than 4.7 million Syrians who have registered with the U.N. refugee agency after fleeing the war. The total number of Syrians in Jordan is more than 1.2 million, including those who arrived before the conflict began in 2011.

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Missouri: Muslim woman arrested after using Twitter to threaten FBI, military members

Source: Woman is accused of threatening FBI, military members on ISIS-associated Twitter accounts | Local – KY3.com h/t Jawa

BUFFALO, Mo. -The U.S. Attorney’s office revealed late Thursday why the FBI searched a home in Buffalo earlier in the day. It said a woman who lived at the home, Safya Yassin, had made numerous threats against FBI agents, military forces members and President Barack Obama on nearly 100 Twitter accounts, some of which were associated with the Islamic terrorist group ISIS, which U.S. government officials call ISIL.

The FBI has been following and investigating Yassin’s threat since it got a tip nearly 13 months ago.  Here’s just a sample of the threats mentioned in the FBI agent’s affidavit.

“On August 24, 2015, and under the banner ‘We are the hackers of the Islamic State,’ Yassin retweeted the personal identifiable information of two Federal Bureau of Investigation agents with the statement ‘Wanted to kill,'” according to an FBI agent in a court document.  “Numerous other tweets and retweets posted by Yassin . . . include: (a) a link containing photographs, addresses, other contact information, and even credit card information of United States Army, Navy and State Department employees (1 29); (b) a Tweet that a media personality “would be better off without her head” (l) 33); and, (c) a link in a retweet that lists the town of residence and phone number for approximately 150 United States Air Force personnel with the following quote: ‘Rejoice, O supporters of the Caliphate State, with the dissemination of the information to be delivered to lone wolves,’ God said: ‘And slay them wherever you may come upon them.'”

The FBI raided the house in Buffalo sometime between 8 and 9 Thursday morning, and they wrapped up at the scene about 2 p.m.  An FBI agent’s affidavit filed with the charge says someone who was a friend of Yassin on Facebook had tipped off the FBI on Jan. 30, 2015.

“According to the complainant [the Facebook friend], recently Yassin had become convinced that ISIL is going to save the world and Yassin was trying to rally support for ISIL. Yassin told the complainant that he/she would go to hell if he/she did not divorce his/her non-Muslim spouse and get rid of his/her dogs and all of his/her non-Muslim friends. Yassin also said to the complainant that he/she would go to hell for his/her beliefs in God. The complainant stated that while Yassin’s beliefs are disturbing, Yassin has not directly advocated violence to the complainant,” the FBI agent’s affidavit says.

According to KY3 News’ online research, Yassin has lived in the Ozarks for about 10 years, including in Bolivar, Springfield, Strafford and Aurora.  Before that she lived in the Kansas City area for the previous 10 years, except possibly for a short time in California in 2003-’04.  She is a U.S. citizen.

Residents near Yassin’s home in Buffalo say, from the start of the raid on Thursday morning, the street was lined with probably 20 cars, many of them unmarked, and then the FBI brought in its mobile command unit and a couple of white trucks that they may have used to store evidence.

The FBI’s affidavit says Yassin had many social media accounts, and investigators say she used a Twitter account to post a threat against two FBI agents.  In August, Yassin posted on a Twitter account associated with ISIL, the names, home addresses, and phone numbers of two FBI agents under the words, “Wanted to kill.”

Neighbors in Buffalo say they had noticed different cars parked along their street over the last several months, and whoever was in those cars appeared to be watching for something.  They had even reported the suspicious activity to the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department.

Criminal Complaint here.


Kansas City Imam Explains Abrogation in Islam (video)

“They dropped the food (haram) and they took the women (non-Muslim women).”

Hamed Ghazali is a long time leader of the US Muslim Brotherhood affiliated Muslim American Society and Islamic Society of Greater Kansas City just to name a few. He has started or been involved with numerous Islamic Schools and Education across the United States.

h/t @CausingFitna

Missouri: Muslim immigrant arrested for extortion, stalking – accused of Ansar al Sharia ties

Update below.Source: Metro couple believes man charged with extorting, stalking them was a terrorist | fox4kc.com   h/t TROP

PLATTE COUNTY, Mo. — A Libyan national wanted in Platte County, and on the run, was arrested in Florida. Prosecutor Eric Zahnd charged Ali Swei with two felonies for attempted extortion and stalking, but Swei may be facing more than that.

The couple named as his victims say Swei is a terrorist, too. Swei had been on the run for months, and that couple says they are resting easier, but are still afraid.

They’re so afraid that they have moved from their home, and insisted that FOX 4 meet them at an undisclosed location on Friday afternoon for an interview.

“I have been here 24 years, I have never had anybody like that. I help everybody I can, I open my house to a lot of people that needed help. That’s how I felt,” Ibrahim Shalabi explained.

Shalabi and his wife, Fadia Gregni, met Swei at a retreat in Ohio for Libyans. They described him as a nice guy, who told them he had an impressive list of connections in the Libyan government, at the embassy and was in the United States exporting cars overseas. Shalabi and his wife agreed to sponsor Swei for his U.S. citizenship, until they found out more about him.

“He’s very good in scams, fraudulence all the time, lies all the time, you never get him catching the truth and he threats,” said Shalabi.

In early March, Shalabi and his wife became suspicious that Swei was a member of Ansar al-Sharia — an Islamist militia group, after overhearing a phone call Swei was having with someone in Libya about what they believe was a kidnapping.

“He said, ‘what do you want us to do with them.’ Because he does not have the money. He says just to finish him,” Shalabi recalled.

Swei was living with the couple at the time and when he left the house, the two looked on Swei`s computer and say they saw several things tying him to the terrorist organization.

“Do you believe that Ali Swei has ties to terrorist organizations?” FOX 4’s Shannon O’Brien asked.

“Yes, yes,” Gregni replied.

“Do you think he`s a terrorist?” O’Brien asked.

“Yep, yep,” said Gregni.

“He’s proud of it. He is not denying that. He is not denying his involvement with them,” said Shalabi.

The couple asked him to leave, and that`s when they say he demanded $30,000 or else….

“If I don`t pay him by a certain date, he is going to go ahead and tell them to do what they need to do back home. Which is to bomb my family and her house and her family back home,” said Shalabi.

After the threats increased, and the going back and forth with Swei became too much, Shalabi and Gregni went to the police, and Swei took off.

So far, Swei is only charged with two felonies in Platte County. No federal charges have been filed as of now, and the FBI has not returned FOX 4’s calls for comment.

Update: It looks like there might be some trouble in Muslim Brotherhood paradise, via causingfitna:


…the screen captures above come from the Facebook page of Ibrahim Shalabi. FOX4KC recently ran a story of Shalabi and his wife who turned in a Lybian terrorist they had befriended in Ohio sometime earlier.

Take note of his friends list with the yellow four fingered Muslim Brotherhood sign as the profile pic….. The UK recently came out saying the Muslim Brotherhood is an Islamist terror loving organization….. so, that should raise some red flags…..

Another name on that Facebook friends list is Ahmed El-Sherif. There is a lot that we have pointed out about Sherif, but he represented two jihadists in the late 90’s and was recently raided by the FBI and EPA…… but that story went POOOF!

Shalabi may know more Islamic jihadists than he is letting on……. or perhaps he is really clueless? I did not go to deep on the friends list, but out of 73 friends, it took me about 2 minutes to spot Ahmed El-Sherif and the 4 finger Muslim Brotherhood sign…… those are 2 people a normal person might want to avoid.

Missouri: Islamic Center Rises On Reavis Barracks – St. Louis

A 60ft minaret is a focal point of the new St. Louis Islamic Center Nur.

Occupied territory. Another Islamic enclave thanks to Bill Clinton. via Islamic Center Rises On Reavis Barracks – St. Louis Bosnians

The worship campus will include a mosque, a school and a senior center. Work began in November 2013 with a ground-breaking ceremony that included then-County Councilman (now County Executive) Steve Stenger and state Sen. Jamilah Nasheed and hundreds of future worshippers.

“So far, so good. Excellent progress,” said Imam Ahmed Serdarevic, who will preside over the center. “The tower, the minaret, the visible, symbolic parts are complete. The biggest part remaining is the parking area.”

R & K Builders is the general contractor for the project, which will be completed sometime in 2015.

“We hope sooner than later,” said Imam Serdarevic.

The project was undertaken to accommodate the area’s growing Bosnian population, which is overwhelmingly of the Islamic faith.

“That population has been migrating from the South city, where many of them worshiped at our Gravois center, to South County,” said Serdarevic. “We had been renting the building on Gravois. This will be a center of worship that we own.”

An estimated 77,000 Bosnian immigrants reside in the area and comprise a large percentage of the Affton School District enrollment.

“We currently have about 250 families that worship at our center. We expect that to grow,” Serdarevic said. “More than 1,000 donors have contributed their support to this project; that makes it very special.”

As per Muslim tradition, the mosque will host five times of prayer daily, with the main weekly service on Friday afternoon. During the season of Ramadan – which falls in the overlap of June and July – nightly worship services will be held at the mosque.

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