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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Florida: Pensacola man arrested over ISIS threats to attack military bases, beaches, and schools

Source: Department of Justice

PENSACOLA, FLORIDA – Regis L. Walker, 30, of Pensacola, has been arrested on a charge of mailing threatening communications.  The criminal complaint was announced by Christopher P. Canova, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida.

According to the criminal complaint affidavit, Walker mailed a threatening letter on notebook paper to Sheriff Morgan at the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.  The affidavit further alleges that Walker claimed several people who had joined ISIS would simultaneously attack military bases, beaches, and schools at a nonspecific time and could not be stopped by law enforcement.  Walker appeared to sign the note as “ISIS ALLAH.”

The punishment for the crime alleged is a maximum of five years in prison.  Walker will remain in the custody of the U.S. Marshals at the Santa Rosa County Jail pending further judicial proceedings.  Future court appearances will take place in the U.S. District Court in Pensacola on a date to be determined.

This case resulted from an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Internal Revenue Service – Criminal Investigation, and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.  Assistant United States Attorney David L. Goldberg is prosecuting the case.

A criminal complaint is merely an allegation that a defendant has committed a violation of federal criminal law and is not evidence of guilt.  All defendants are presumed innocent and entitled to a fair trial, during which it will be the government’s burden to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt at trial.

More from the walker_complaint.pdf

The writer stated that five to ten attacks could not be stopped (stating law enforcement “cannot be everywhere at once”), and that the attackers planned on “not giving up” and “dying.” 
Your affiant determined that Walker is a registered sex offender and has as his listed address XXXXX Street, Pensacola, Florida. This location is within
approximately five (5) miles of the Jordan Street Post Office. Your affiant also determined that Walker was arrested on June 22,2016, on unrelated harassment
type charges. Walker also appears to have a prior conviction for Aggravated Assault (pursuant to review of the Escambia County Clerk of Court website).


Boston: Man who shot 2 cops wrote of Islamic ‘rebirth’


Muhummed Isa Al Mahdi aka Kirk Figueroa

In other words, he was a Muslim. Source: 5 Investigates: Suspect in Boston police shooting wrote of Islamic ‘rebirth,’ had several aliases h/t Atlas

5 Investigates uncovered six aliases used by Kirk Figueroa, the man killed by Boston police after he shot two officers on Wednesday night in East Boston.

He took on an alias as he experienced what he called an Islamic “rebirth” in Africa.

The aliases, along with his seeming obsession with police and security, help make Figueroa a picture of contradictions and confusion: a 33-year-old man who started at least three companies in Florida and other states focused on security and protection who yesterday nearly killed two police officers responding to a domestic violence call.

5 Investigates uncovered a job posting for “Police Protection” for one of those companies, Bailrunners. In it, Figueroa identifies himself as Muhummed Isa Al Mahdi. The ad said Al Mahdi was looking for people interested in helping him “hunt down fugitives and bring them to justice.”

5 Investigates also discovered a posting from Muhummed Isa on a website guide for mosques from October 2012. Isa wrote about his “rebirth as a baby into the Nation of Islam” following a trip to an area of Ethiopia and a mosque in South Africa.

Isa went on, writing that his unique and blessed journey was prepared and guided by Allah.

Most recently, Figueroa was using the name Kocoa Xango on social media, identifying himself as a police constable. His last post under that name came just a few hours before the fatal shooting, posting a video by Michelle Obama and then a picture of himself after getting a haircut.

Earlier this month under that alias, he also posted numerous videos about police shootings.

Under yet a different apparent alias, Kham Menkaure Hotep, he posted a rap video of himself.

Records obtained by 5 Investigates show his long interest in security and police affairs. He took numerous classes on the topic, everything from homeland security to tactical baton use. The car towed from in front of his home resembled an undercover police car.

Yet 5 Investigates also found Figueroa had a criminal past dating back to at least 2005, when he was arrested in Georgia for impersonating a police officer.

A police officer described what happened after he pulled Figueroa over for speeding and changing lanes without signaling.

“Mr. Figueroa stated ‘I was just going to tell you I’m in law enforcement, I just thought you should know that,'” he said, according to the report, adding he worked for “Suffolk County Police” in New York.

That charged was dismissed, but trouble came again in 2010 when he was arrested for arson after setting his own car on fire and also for impersonating a private investigator. He pleaded guilty to the arson charge and his case was later discharged under Georgia’s First Offender Act. The impersonation charge was dropped, court records show.

The arson case was used by Florida authorities to justify denying him a private investigator’s license.

Figueroa’s work history is scattered over the years, including a stint for about a week as a correction officer in West Virginia in 2014.

He resigned before completing basic orientation or attending the training academy, citing “another employment opportunity,” according to Lawrence Messina, an assistant secretary at the West Virginia Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety.

5 Investigates also learned he claimed to have served in the armed forces, but that claim was false.

“Mr. Figueroa never attended basic training or advanced individual training,” an Army spokesperson said. “He did enlist in the U.S. Army Reserve in February, 2003, but received a hardship discharge five months later.”

Video: Ex-Muslim woman challenges American supporters of Muslim immigration…

“If you’re planning to bring the Muslims I fled to the land I found, meet me in the next 15 minutes for an ass kicking.”

h/t: BNI (language warning)

A brave girl who fled a Muslim marriage in Kuwait opens up about her support for Trump and Milo while unloading on feminism and Islam apologists.



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!

Florida Dept of Law Enforcement Dodges Question on Orlando Jihadi’s Wife

Noor Salman (l) and jihadi husband Omar Mateen (Facebook , MySpace)

Noor Salman (l) and jihadi husband Omar Mateen (Facebook , MySpace)

Source: FFA – Florida Department of Law Enforcement affirms agency leads counter terrorism efforts in Florida. FFA asks if Florida will give Omar Mateen’s wife, Noor Salman, a pass as it appears the feds are doing.

In  the  aftermath  of the terrorist attack in Orlando,  Florida Family Association sent an email letter to Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Richard L. Swearingen on June 29, 2016.  The letter requested information regarding their statutorily mandated leadership role in counter terrorism efforts in Florida.  The FDLE did not respond so Florida Family Association sent a second letter on July 12, 2016.

FDLE Commissioner Richard L. Swearingen responded in a letter dated August 10, 2016 that was mailed on August 17, 2016.  His letter affirms the agency’s leadership role and explains their partnership with local law enforcement agencies.  While it is encouraging to know that the FDLE takes this leadership role the letter does not mention  whether  they  yield  to  the  FBI  in true leadership.

Florida Family Association wrote a follow up letter on August 29, 2016 to Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Richard L. Swearingen.  This letter asked the FDLE if Florida will give Omar   Mateen’s   wife,  Noor  Salman,  a pass as it appears the Obama administration is doing.

Florida Family Association follow up letter on August 29, 2016:

Dear Commissioner Swearingen,

Thank you for your letter dated August 10, 2016 which explains the efforts to combat terrorism in Florida.  It is encouraging to know that the FDLE is taking the lead to investigate terrorism given the FBI’s harmful restrictions on investigating mosques and Muslims.

Many people have expressed concern that Omar Mateen’s wife, Noor Salman, left the area and is no longer being investigated.  Based upon comments made   by   Attorney  General  Loretta  Lynch,  it appears that the FBI does not know of her whereabouts.  Additionally, a DOJ online post reported that a grand jury was established immediately after the Orlando attack to look into Noor Salman’s involvement.  However, that post is no longer there.

Noor Salman admitted involvement and knowledge of the attack in Orlando.  However, it appears that the federal government is giving her a pass.

Is the FDLE going to fill the void in Noor Salman’s investigation or will she go free sending a dangerous message to future would be terrorists and accomplices?

David Caton, President
Florida Family Association, Inc.

Florida Family Association plans to follow up again with the FDLE regarding Noor Salman. A new campaign may be launched to urge action on this issue.  Hopefully, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement will not play the games that the United States Department  of Justice appears to be playing      regarding    a     vigorous,    unbridled investigation of the Orlando terrorist attack and Noor Salman’s involvement with Omar Mateen.

Florida Family Association invites you to comment on the FDLE commissioner’s letter or any part of this issue.  Please send comments, suggestions and questions to

Read it all for the Florida DLE’s lame response that avoided the question.

Florida: Pensacola Muslim charged after supporting ISIS

Abdur Rashid Bin Jackson

Abdur Rashid Bin Jackson

Source: Trial set for suspected Pensacola ISIL supporter  h/t Jihad Watch

An October trial date has been set for a Pensacola man charged with lying to federal agents who were investigating his alleged support of the Islamic State.

Robert Blake Jackson, 31, was arraigned Wednesday morning on one count of making materially false statements in a federal investigation. Jackson has pleaded not guilty to the charge, and he has been scheduled to stand trial Oct. 3.

A criminal complaint affidavit alleges that on several occasions in 2014 and 2015, Jackson made Facebook postings expressing support for extremist terrorist groups and stating a desire to assist the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS or ISIL). The affidavit also alleges Jackson was fired from a Pensacola telemarketing business for viewing ISIL and other terrorist-related websites and videos on his work computer.

Jackson denied the activities in a June 2015 interview with FBI agents, but investigators were allegedly able to tie the pro-ISIS posts to Jackson’s home computer. Jackson was arrested in July 2016.

In an argument for Jackson’s release, his attorney pointed out that Jackson had little prior criminal history. Jackson’s counsel also noted he had no actual affiliation with ISIL, and his statements represented “some strange fantasy.”

U.S. Magistrate Judge Charles J. Kahn Jr., ultimately determined Jackson was a danger to the community and ordered he remain in custody pending his trial — noting that “lone wolf” terrorist attacks had become the norm, and that Jackson allegedly expressed a desire to see Jews and Americans burn in “hellfire.”

In his detention order, Kahn wrote, “During the course of the June 2015 FBI interview, the defendant told serial falsehoods having been advised of the consequences. Although he is charged with (false statement), I cannot overlook the substance and quantity of the online statements made by the defendant. A number of these statements condone, at best, and encourage, at worst, violence toward those he perceives as opponents of ISIS. I also cannot overlook the defendant’s expressions that he would like to be of assistance, or even be part of, known terror organizations.”

Jackson faces up to five years in federal prison if convicted of making false statements. Assistant United States Attorney David L. Goldberg is prosecuting the case, and Thomas Keith will provide Jackson’s defense.


According to Jackson’s warrant affidavit, the FBI’s San Diego Division began reviewing the Facebook profile of “Abdur Rashid Bin Jackson” in early October 2014 after becoming aware of pro-ISIL posts.

On Sept. 19, 2014, the user posted a picture of the ISIL flag and an ISIL recruitment video. Another Facebook user posted the question “Are you isis?” to which Abdur Rashid Bin Jackson replied, “… l am not ISIS, though I wish I could help.”

Other information on the Facebook page indicated Jackson lived in Pensacola, and on Jan. 29, 2015, a local telemarketing business reported they had fired Jackson for viewing terrorism-related websites and videos on his work computer, the affidavit said.

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