Sharia Marches on in Florida and New York

Just like in Missouri and California. It’s a coordinated attack in the U.S. by Muslims.

Source: Articles: Shariah Marches on in Florida and New York

On Friday, October 21st, the Miami, FL, Commission; the Monroe County, NY, Legislature; the Rochester, NY, Board of Education; and the Rochester, NY, City Council announced proclamations condemning hate speech against Muslims.  These proclamations define neither hate speech nor the person or persons who will decide what constitutes hate speech.  Far from benign calls to let peaceful Muslims go about their lives and prayers in peace, these proclamations represent a step towards elevating Shariah (Islamic law) over the Frist [sic, First] Amendment.

Why do I make this claim?  Backtrack to 2012 and the aftermath of Benghazi, when President Obama told the UN, “the future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam.”  The subtext of this statement was lost amidst several nods by Obama to the First Amendment later in his speech.  The subtext was this: slander in Shariah is not telling lies that hurt someone’s reputation; rather, slander in Shariah is telling a truth or a lie which someone doesn’t want to be told.  Slander in Shariah is thus defined by what the potentially aggrieved party wants or doesn’t want to hear, not by evidence.

For evidence of this, see Reliance of the Traveler: A Classic Manual of Islamic Sacred Law.  On page 730 of the English translation of this law manual – – which has been endorsed by the International Institute of Islamic Thought and Al-Azhar University, the premier authority in Sunni Islam – – slander is defined as follows: “to mention anything concerning a person that he would dislike, whether about his body, religion, everyday life, self, disposition, property, son, father, wife, servant, turban, garment, gait, movements, smiling, dissoluteness, frowning, cheerfulness, or anything else connected with him.”

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New York Muslim millionaire strangled girlfriend to death after meeting on Muslim dating site


Source: US businessman Sammy Almahri ‘strangled girlfriend before fleeing to Heathrow’ | Daily Mail Online   h/t TROP

A millionaire New York businessman strangled his British girlfriend in a hotel room after meeting her on a Muslim dating site, a court heard today.

Nadine Aburas, 28, was found on New Year’s Eve by hotel staff – and hours later it is alleged her killer fled in her car to drive to London Heathrow Airport to evade justice.

Sammy Almahri, 44, had hung a ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign on the door of Room 203 of the Future Inns in Cardiff before fleeing abroad, the court was told.

Roger Thomas, prosecuting, told Cardiff Crown Court: ‘This was the killing of a defenceless woman by a jealous and dangerous man.’

The court heard Miss Aburas, who lived alone in her own flat in Cardiff Bay, met Almahari on an internet dating site called

Mr Thomas said: ‘They became friendly and contacted each other regularly by telephone, text and Skype.

‘The friendship developed. It’s clear Almahri visited Nadine two or three times in 2013 and she travelled to New York to see him in the summer of 2014.

The court heard Almahri was ‘besotted’ by Miss Aburas – showering her with money and expensive presents.

Mr Thomas said: ‘There can be no doubt their friendship developed into an intimate relationship.’

But the court heard Miss Aburas – described as a ‘slim, petite, Muslim lady’ of 5ft 3in and 9st had ‘suffered violence’ during the last meeting.

She returned home with an injured lip. The court heard the student then began seeing other men in her hometown of Cardiff.

Miss Aburas called police to say she had been raped by Almahri in New York – and claimed he had also attempted to strangle her.

The court heard Almahari became ‘increasingly jealous’ then bombarded her with abusive messages. The court heard he warned her: ‘You will be in hell.’

Mr Thomas said she was concerned that Almahri would show topless pictures to her family.

Almahari travelled from the US to see Miss Aburas – and booked into the Future Inns hotel near her home on December 30, 2014, the court heard.

But shortly after 3am on December 31, Almahri allegedly left the hotel and travelled in her car to Heathrow and booked a flight at 10.35am to Doha.

Miss Aburas’s body was found at around 12.20pm on New Year’s Eve by the duty manager – and police were called in.

The court heard Almahri as eventually located in Tanzania and arrested on an Interpol arrest warrant on January 19 before being returned to Britain.

The court heard he pleaded guilty to manslaughter but denies murder.

Almahri claims he was suffering from ‘abnormality of mental function’. He claims he was in a psychiatric state of hearing ‘the voice of God’ telling him to kill Miss Aburas.

The court heard Almahari claimed he worked and travelled on behalf of the FBI, but Mr Thomas said: ‘That seems to be fictitious.’

The trial continues and is expected to last four weeks.

New York: Muslim college student killed waging jihad for Islamic State

Once again destroying the myth that Muslim terrorists are poor, uneducated souls who are lacking opportunities. This Muslim jihadist was attending college…in pricey Manhattan. The media apparently won’t reveal what college he attended (was he an MSA member?) or his immigration status.

Source: Goshen grad killed fighting for ISIS, prosecutors say | Goshen and Chester NY | Local News

— A 2008 Goshen High School graduate killed fighting for the Islamic State group in Syria made a video trying to clear the name of an Arizona man who was charged with helping him join, prosecutors said.

The 24-year-old student’s November death was revealed in papers filed Monday and Tuesday in Manhattan federal court. The student was identified in court papers as Samy El-Goarany.

The Arizona man, Ahmed Mohammed el Gammal, who’s accused of helping the student travel to Syria and receive military and religious-style training, was arrested last year and has pleaded not guilty. His lawyers said the video is unreliable and “overly prejudicial” and should be precluded from a trial scheduled for December.

Prosecutors say El-Goarany left his parents’ home in Middletown, New York, in January 2015, telling them he was returning to his Manhattan college. Instead, the government said, he flew to Turkey and then Syria.

Reached by phone, El-Goarany’s father said the family didn’t wish to speak. Court papers did not identify El-Goarany’s college.

Prosecutors said an unidentified person contacted a relative in November to say El-Goarany was killed fighting in Syria. The person provided photographs of a handwritten note in which the student said, “If you’re reading this then know that I’ve been killed in battle,” prosecutors said.

The government also said it had found a YouTube video in which El-Goarany, clad in military fatigues, said on Sept. 8, 2015, two weeks after el Gammal’s arrest, that he was in the “Islamic State.”

Prosecutors said El-Goarany claimed in the video in an “unabashed effort to falsely exculpate el Gammal — that no one assisted him in traveling to Syria, including ‘Ahmed Mohammed El Gammal.”‘

Prosecutors argued in the court papers that the video should be admissible at trial to show El-Goarany went to Syria to join the Islamic State group and that he and his co-conspirators took extensive measures to maintain secrecy in the group’s methods for recruiting personnel and helping recruits travel.

El-Goarany’s lawyers said in court papers that the video depicts their client sitting on a mat in a sparsely decorated room. They say he states his name, explains he is a U.S. citizen “currently residing in the Islamic State” and says el Gammal did not assist him in his travels.

The lawyers said the video should not be shown to jurors because it “constitutes inadmissible hearsay.”

“Additionally, the entire video should be precluded as overly prejudicial,” they wrote, noting that El-Goarany is unavailable to testify at el Gammal’s trial and cannot further explain how el Gammal did not facilitate his travel.

The defense lawyers also challenged the admissibility of El-Goarany’s handwritten note, saying claims of his death were “unreliable,” especially since he had written to his brother weeks earlier to say he might have to fall out of contact because he was being monitored.

“It is not beyond the stretch of the imagination that the letter was written so that El-Goarany could ‘disappear,”‘ the lawyers wrote.

According to The Chronicle archives, Samy M. El-Goarany graduated in 2008 with a Regent’s Diploma.

The lawyer makes a good point, he may not be dead and if not, may attempt to come back into the U.S. at any time as a Syrian “refugee.”

New York: Woman Sues Uber After Assault by Muslim Driver


Source: ‘I Was Bleeding Out of the Back of My Head’: Woman Sues Driver, Uber Over Alleged Attack, Lack of Cooperation | NBC New York

A woman visiting from California who was allegedly attacked by her Uber driver is furious that it took more than a month for him to be arrested and she blames Uber’s policies.

Abbey Thomas, who is from Los Angeles, was in New York City on business over the summer. On July 28, she went out with a co-worker near Gramercy Park and ordered an Uber car to take her back to her hotel, six blocks away.

“For whatever reason, he didn’t want to take me and he was getting agitated and upset,” Thomas told the I-Team.

Thomas says the driver was yelling and cursing at her, demanding she leave the car, but she wouldn’t budge. She says he even got out of the car and tried to pull her out. He left her half hanging out of the cab and jumped back into the driver seat, she says.

“He just took right off. Didn’t stop, ran a red light and just left me on the street,” Thomas said. “I rolled out, and I was bleeding out of the back of my head where I hit the ground. I had bruises and lacerations up and down my leg.”

Thomas says the driver also took her phone. And that caused problems when she filed a police report. Without her phone, and no Uber app, Thomas had no confirmed information on her driver. She said she remembered at least part of his name, what he looked like and that he was driving a Toyota sedan.

Thomas claims the NYPD detectives handling her case tried and failed to get the driver’s information.

“The guys at the 13th precinct did everything they could do to support this,” Thomas said. “They told me from day one they would have to get a subpoena from Uber. ‘It’s a long process. We’re not going to be able to get this guy’s information without it.'”

The NYPD confirms there is an issue with Uber not providing information to police without a subpoena, which Thomas claimed led to a delayed arrest of the driver, Abul Hassan. Hassan was arrested in early September, more than a month after the alleged attack, on a charge of leaving the scene of an accident with an injury.

Thomas’ lawyer, Brad Gerstman, has filed a lawsuit against the driver for the alleged attack and against Uber because, according to the lawsuit, the company “refused to cooperate with the police in providing information.”

Hassan declined NBC 4 New York’s request for comment on the matter. He is awaiting arraignment on the charge of leaving the scene of an accident with injury, according to the district attorney’s office.

An Uber spokesperson said the company can’t comment on pending litigation and referred the I-Team to its guidelines for law enforcement which spells out procedure for releasing information on drivers.

The spokesperson also said Hassan no longer works for Uber.

…when a driver is suspended from one car service like Uber, he or she could easily work at another.

Previous Muslim Uber rape and assault posts here.

NYC: Muslim Lyft Driver Terrifies Passenger, Tells Her to Convert to Islam, Arrange Syrian Marriage

Source: I-Team: Lyft Driver Removed After Taking NYC Fashion Student on Terrifying Ride | NBC New York

Fashion school student Alyssa Pfaus relies on cabs and car services to safely get around New York City but after what she described as a terrifying Lyft ride, the 19-year-old is reconsidering her choice of transportation.

A recent Lyft ride from Union Square to the Upper East Side terrified the young student; she says the driver started getting personal, then took her on the wrong route when she didn’t respond to him.

“He asked if I was Islamic,” Pfaus said, “And then he listed all the reasons why I needed to convert to Islam.”

At first she chose to ignore him, until he flew right past her exit on the FDR and started driving on the RFK bridge over into Queens.

“I asked him where he was going, and he answered me by saying, ‘Don’t worry, I know exactly where I’m taking you,’” Pfaus said.

Pfaus says she pleaded with the driver to turn around and became increasingly frightened as he began circling through a Queens neighborhood with which she was not familiar.

“I felt absolute panic. The conversation turned into how I needed an arranged marriage and his family in Syria could arrange that,” she said.

Pfaus says they passed by a sign that said Manhattan and that’s when she urged him to take the bridge and drive her home. The driver finally complied.

When Pfaus was dropped off, she ran to the 23rd precinct stationhouse to report the driver to police.

She wasn’t able to file a police report because she didn’t know his last name, she said. Nothing came up in the police database based on the driver’s first name.

According to the receipt she received from Lyft, an app-based car service, Pfaus didn’t have the driver’s Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) or license plate number either.

Initially, police did not take a report, but once NBC 4 New York’s I-Team contacted them, the NYPD began an investigation, saying, “Detectives are waiting for a subpoena to identify the driver and to speak to him.”

The TLC, which regulates all cab drivers in New York City says passengers should report questionable drivers directly to it.

“We are the only people who can suspend or revoke a license,” Commissioner Meera Joshi said. ” If an app kicks a driver off, that driver can easily join another platform so they will still interact with passengers.”

TLC rules were recently strengthened to prevent the type of experience Pfaus endured — by requiring receipts to include the vehicle license number, the driver’s for-hire license number and the 311 complaint number.

“With that information we can very easily track down a trip and take action against a driver when necessary,” Joshi said.

Because of a grace period, not all companies are in compliance. A spokesman for Lyft said the company removed Pfaus’ driver from its service and it is working to comply with new TLC requirements.

The I-Team surveyed the biggest car service companies based on fleet size and found only six companies to be compliant with the new TLC rules.

This Syrian Muslim is not the first Muslim Lyft driver to terrify a woman in the U.S.

Chelsea jihadi attended Islamic school; Orlando jihadi prayed at mosque

Source: Chelsea bombing suspect spent weeks at Islamist seminary madrassah in Pakistan | New York Post

The alleged New Jersey terrorist charged with trying to blow up Chelsea last weekend with homemade bombs spent weeks getting an “Islamic education” at a Pakistani seminary, according to a report.

Ahman Khan Rahami spent three weeks in Kuchlak, an area described as a longtime “hub” for the Taliban, in 2011, a security official inside the country told the Guardian.

Rahami, 28, attended lectures at the Kaan Kuwa Naqshbandi madrasa.

US authorities have been tight-lipped with details of Rahami’s trips to Pakistan, acknowledging he was married during a visit to Quetta.

Security agencies inside Pakistan have tried to “hide all details” of his visits to Quetta, one anonymous official told the Guardian.

Rahami also visited Surkhab and Nushki, where a US drone killed Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansoor in May.

For some odd reason the New York Post title refers to the Islamic school as a seminary. The New York Times once wrote about Pakistan’s madrasah’s in an article entitled, “INSIDE JIHAD U. The Education of a Holy Warrior.”

There are one million students studying in the country’s 10,000 or so madrasas, and militant Islam is at the core of most of these schools.

Back to the Muslim jihadists on U.S. soil, in Florida, just days before the jihad attack in Orlando, Pulse shooter prayed at mosque 4 days before attack:

An imam has released video footage of Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen praying in a central Florida mosque four days before the attack that killed 49 people and injured 53 others on June 12.

Imam Helmi Elagha told reporters Wednesday that he was unaware that Mateen had visited the mosque until FBI investigators contacted him a couple of days after the June 12 shooting at Pulse nightclub.

The imam showed reporters a grainy, freeze-frame image of a man he identified as Mateen walking into the mosque about 10:30 p.m. on June 8. He said Mateen “kept his head down” and went to a corner, where he prayed for about 10 minutes. He says he doesn’t believe anyone exchanged words with him.

At first, Elagha said, he didn’t release the video clips but changed his mind after the recent stabbings in Minnesota and bombings in New Jersey and New York, and because of the backlash against American Muslims.

“We’re not associated with this terrorist,” he said of Mateen. “We’re not associated with this murderer.”

No association, he just prayed at our mosque before waging deadly jihad…because he’s not really Muslim.

The Muslim terrorist at a Minnesota mall also turned “more deeply to Islam” prior to stabbing 10 in a mass murder attempt.

So three of the latest Muslim terrorists to strike in the U.S. went to an Islamic school, prayed at a mosque and turned more deeply to Islam.

But according to the director of the CIA – and rumored convert to Islam – terror attacks by Muslims are not rooted Islam. Someone’s got some explaining to do.

Yet, SIXTY-TWO ISIS attackers and ‘plotters’ in just a year and more than half of them are immigrants to the U.S. or their children – and they all have one thing in common: ISLAM!

Coincidence? Men Who Took NYC Bomb From Suitcase Are Egyptian Muslims

But don’t worry, they’re just witnesses according to the NYPD and FBI.

Source: NYC Bomb Investigation: FBI IDs Men With Suitcase, Officials Say – ABC News

The FBI has identified the two men seen on surveillance camera taking a suitcase that had held one of the explosive devices that failed to detonate earlier this month in Manhattan, according to law enforcement officials.

Authorities had previously said the men were not considered suspects in the attempted bombing and appear to have removed the device from the bag on Manhattan’s 27th street in order to lug away the suitcase.

The two men are believed to work for an Egyptian airline and are presumed to have returned to Egypt, officials said. At this point remain witnesses in the case.

Authorities say the men picked up the bag shortly after it was left on 27th street on the evening of Sept. 17 by Ahmad Rahami, an American citizen from Afghanistan. Rahami has been charged with a number of purported crimes related to that bomb, another that exploded on 23rd street the same night and several other devices discovered in New Jersey, most of which failed to detonate. At least 29 people were injured in the 23rd street blast.

NYPD chief of counterterrorism James Waters said last week the men who took the bag were “very, very lucky” after perhaps unknowingly handling the explosive device.

Very lucky? What are the chances?

Of all the people in New York City, two Muslims from Egypt randomly find a suitcase with a bomb in it, remove the bomb and take the suitcase. Then, rather than provide investigators with information, they fled the U.S. immediately.

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