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SHAMEFUL: US AGREES TO EXTRADITE AAFIA SIDDIQUI, “LADY AL QAEDA,” TO PAKISTAN

By Pamela Geller

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Convicted terrorist Aafia Siddiqui

Aafia Siddiqui  is an MIT-trained neuroscientist who married a top Al Qaeda operative who intended to blow up gas stations or poison water reservoirs in the United States. She is known as “Lady Al Qaeda,” and was convicted of attempting to murder Americans in Afghanistan after she was found with plans for a “mass casualty attack” in the United States, along with a list of New York landmarks.Aafia Siddiqui named Farha Ahmed as her legal counsel in a handwritten letter in October of 2010. Farha Ahmed was running for office in Texas. Farha Ahmed was the leader of the anti-Geller protests outside my Sugar Land, Texas Tea party event.

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Farha Ahmed, holding sign, turned away from camera.

Farha Ahmed, lawyer for chemical weapons jihadist Lady Al Qaeda, also tried to infiltrate the Republican party by running for office. Ahmed ran for Sugar Land City Council District 4 but was defeated, thanks to great Americans who alerted Texans to the subversive politician in their midst. Ahmed lied about her involvement in the Lady Al Qaeda case. Despite the craven quisling government officials like the DA, who wrote glowing letters to their constituents endorsing the stealth jihadist candidate Ahmed, and the fact that her terror-tied alliances were scrubbed from the web, she was defeated. But remember, the enemy never sleeps and never quits. So she will be back.

And Aafia Siddiqui will be going back to Pakistan, thanks to yet another Obama capitulation to jihad. How long will it be before the Pakistani government releases her?

US agrees on Aafia Siddiqui’s extradition The Nation (Pakistan), July 19, 2013

In a major breakthrough, the US has offered Pakistan to sign prisoner swap agreement for the extradition of Dr Aafia Siddiqi, after which the Pakistani scientist will be allowed to serve the remaining part of her imprisonment in homeland….

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And from Robert Spencer at Jihad Watch: 

“The agreement states that Aafia will have to stay imprisoned in Pakistan for the number of years (86) she was sentenced to in the US.” Not a chance. If she goes to Pakistan, she will go free.

Aafia Siddiqui: Repaying Opportunity With Terror

By Mark Tapson

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The convicted Islamic terrorist Aafia Siddiqui at her graduation, now imprisoned in Texas

One of the more jaw-dropping excuses that the news media have concocted in defense of the Boston Marathon bombers’ murderous evil is that America herself failed the two immigrant brothers. “Expecting hospitality,” sympathized an American University professor, “they felt alienated and disillusioned, even with all of the opportunities and privileges available to them as citizens of this country.” This is reminiscent of a parallel tale of opportunities and privileges made available to another jihadist immigrant –Aafia Siddiqui, who attended the same Boston mosque as the Tsarnaev brothers, benefited from the same welcome embrace of our society, and like them, still repaid it by plotting terror.

The Pakistani Siddiqui immigrated to the United States in 1990, graduated from MIT on a full scholarship and obtained a Ph.D. in 2001 from Brandeis. A full scholarship to MIT – quite an opportunity and a privilege. Described by her fellow students as “religious,” she joined the Muslim Students’ Association, a creation of the subversive Muslim Brotherhood, and solicited money for Brooklyn’s Al Kifah Refugee Center, an early nerve center for al Qaeda in America.

When Pakistan asked the U.S. for help in 1995 to combat religious extremism, Siddiqui circulated an email deriding Pakistan for joining “the typical gang of our contemporary Muslim governments,” and closing with a quote from the Quran warning Muslims not to take Jews and Christians as friends. She wrote three guides for teaching Islam, expressing the hope in one that “America becomes a Muslim land.” Meanwhile she took a 12-hour pistol training course.

Immediately prior to the 9/11 attacks, the year she received her Ph.D., she and five cohorts bought $19 million worth of blood diamonds in Liberia to fund al-Qaeda operations. After 9/11, Siddiqui insisted on leaving the U.S. Her husband said she wanted him to move to Afghanistan and work as a medic for the mujahideen.

In May 2002, the FBI questioned Siddiqui and her husband regarding their internet purchase of $10,000 worth of night vision gear, body armor, and military manuals including The Anarchist’s ArsenalFugitiveAdvanced Fugitive, and How to Make C-4. The husband claimed that these were for use in hunting and camping trips – because who doesn’t fish with C-4? They divorced in 2002, and in 2003 she returned to her native Pakistan and disappeared.

She was soon thereafter fingered as a courier and financier for al Qaeda by no less an authority than its mastermind Khalid Sheikh Muhammad, whose nephew (also an al Qaeda member) Siddiqui had married in 2003. In 2004, the FBI named her one of its seven Most Wanted Terrorists. She was finally caught in 2008 in Afghanistan.

At the time of her arrest, she was carrying in her purse handwritten notes and a computer drive containing recipes for bombs and weapons of mass destruction, instructions on how to make machines to shoot down U.S. drones, descriptions of New York City landmarks with references to a mass casualty attack, and two pounds of cyanide. While being questioned by U.S. authorities in Afghanistan, she grabbed a rifle and shot at Army personnel while shouting “Allahu Akbar” and yelling that she wanted to kill Americans.

Siddiqui tried to fire her lawyers due to their Jewish background, claimed that her case was orchestrated by unspecified Jews, and demanded that there be no Jews among her jurors. The jury, which was not allowed to hear about the chemical weapons or her al Qaeda involvement, convicted her in early 2010 of two counts of attempted murder, armed assault, using and carrying a firearm, and three counts of assault on U.S. officers and employees. She was sentenced to 86 years in prison. (See her Wikipedia entry for all relevant links to the above summary.)

Aafia Siddiqui was someone who benefited enormously from the opportunities and privileges she received as an American immigrant. Was she “alienated” by them, as the American University professor claims about the Boston bombers? “Disillusioned”? Does that explain her Jew-hatred, her hunger to assist in carrying out terror attacks against Americans?

Instead of blaming America, we should be looking at the hate being spread in mosques like the ones attended by Siddiqui and the Boston bombers. AsUSA Today reports, the Islamic Society of Boston mosque in Cambridge and the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center, separated by the Charles River, are owned by the same entity,  their leadership is intertwined, and they are affiliated with the Muslim American Society, a Muslim Brotherhood legacy group….

….When politically correct apologists theorize that jihadist immigrants to America feel “alienated and disillusioned, even with all of the opportunities and privileges available to them as citizens of this country,” they are blind to the contradiction inherent in that statement. They refuse to grasp that jihadists are driven by a supremacist ideology to seek our destruction regardless of what we do or don’t do. With one hand those immigrants took advantage of everything our free, open society had to offer, and with the other they waged jihad against us.

How many more innocent Americans will be maimed or die, like eight-year-old Martin Richard waiting excitedly for his dad at the Boston Marathon finish line, because our government refuses to allow that ideology to be named, much less combatted? How many more, because our leftist elites want to absolve terrorists and shift the blame for their atrocities to America herself? How many more, because we will not clamp down on mosques linked to terrorism?

We cannot win a war that we pretend does not exist.

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IS THERE A STEALTH MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD MOVE TO GAIN A FOOTHOLD ON SUGAR LAND CITY COUNCIL ?

(Updated) Is a candidate for City Council in Sugar Land, Tx. the attorney connected to Lady Al Qaeda?

 

Raising Money for “Lady Al-Qaida”

By Steve Emerson

A Northeastern University Muslim chaplain, who also is a Roxbury, Mass. imam, hailed a terrorist convicted of attempting to murder Americans in Afghanistan as “brave,” while painting the United States as an oppressive nation of infidels.
“They say that she took up a machine gun while they held her captive in the other room and was ready to attack her captives. What a brave woman she is,” Abdullah Faaruuq said at a Dec. 8 fundraiser for Aafia Siddiqui.
Siddiqui, a Pakistani scientist also known as “Lady al-Qaida,” is serving an 86-year prison sentence after being convicted of attempting to assault and murder American officers in Afghanistan. Prosecutors say she grabbed an Army officer’s M-4 rifle and fired it at another officer and other members of a U.S. interview team at an Afghan police compound in July 2008. She was originally detained by Afghan officials who found in her possession notes about a “mass casualty attack” in the United States, along with a list of New York landmarks.
Abdullah Faaruuq, at another event.
The fundraiser, “In Support of our Sister, Dr. Aafia Siddiqui,” was held at the Islamic Center of Worcester. (Does the Houston area Muslim community also support this terrorist? What do you think? -ed.)  Speakers repeatedly cast her prosecution and conviction as unjust.
“What a brave woman she continues to be, and how much her bravery and her faith and her belief warrants our support at this time,” said Faaruuq, an imam at Roxbury’s Mosque for the Praising of Allah. “It is said that we’re trying to raise $30,000 tonight. I would say it’s better that we’ve raised your awareness and raised your ire, as your anger against a government who would level the charges that they have against this woman and they say she is guilty. I would say she’s only guilty of defending herself.”
In addition to lauding Siddiqui’s “bravery,” Faaruuq also condemned American soldiers, the very people who defend America, as “kafirs,” meaning infidels.
“And if my mother was in the same place,” he said, “she would have took (sic) her West Indian machete and cut her way through those kafirs.”
He repeated an unsubstantiated claim that Siddiqui was abused while in custody. Muslims around the world are “cowering at the hand of the disbeliever,” Faaruuq said, “and this one woman locked up deep down, possibly raped and abused, and they’re saying that she was a terrorist, afraid of a 100-pound woman. And I say they call this the land of the free and the home of the brave. And I call it the land of the coward and the home of the slave.”
The presiding judge who reviewed all the evidence saw things differently. U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman said “significant incarceration” was called for because Siddiqui’s acts were premeditated. In his sentencing, he also noted anti-American statements witnesses said were made by Siddiqui while firing on the soldiers, like “I want to kill Americans” and “Death to America.”
It’s not the first time Faaruuq has engaged in violent rhetoric while standing up for Siddiqui. Boston-based watchdog of radical Islamists Charles Jacobs wrote in October that Faaruuq sees cases like Siddiqui’s as part of an effort to target Muslims in America. Muslims should “grab onto the gun and the sword, go out and do your job” in response, Faaruuq said…

Mohamed Elibiary: Alleged Homeland Security Leaker, Confirmed Tax Scofflaw

IRS revoked Elibiary group’s tax-exempt status in 2010 for repeatedly failing to file returns.
By Patrick Poole

Earlier this week, I reported on the ongoing stonewall efforts by the Department of Homeland Security regarding any questions related to my PJ Media exclusive last month that DHS Advisory Council member Mohamed Elibiary had downloaded Texas Department of Public Safety reports from a sensitive DHS database and shopped those documents to at least one left-leaning media outlet claiming that Gov. Rick Perry was running an “Islamophobia” operation.

But while Janet Napolitano continues to stonewall questions about how, when, and why Elibiary was given access to this (including questions posed by my colleague Erick Stakelbeck of CBN News), I can report exclusively here that the organization that Elibiary founded and has operated and headed since 2002, the Plano, Texas-based Freedom and Justice Foundation, had its 501(c)3 tax-exempt status revoked by the IRS in May 2010 for failing to file the required annual IRS Form 990s.

According to the Texas IRS revocations posted on the IRS website, the Freedom and Justice Foundation had its tax-exempt status revoked on May 15, 2010. But even after that date, Elibiary’s organization continued to solicit tax-exempt donations on its website.

From a September 9, 2010, internet archive of the Freedom and Justice Foundation’s website we see that nearly four months after the IRS revocation, Elibiary had PayPal links for three separate projects under the Texas Islamic Council as part of a state-wide two-year effort to raise $250,000: a Muslim scholarship fund, media campaigns, and interfaith community relations. The Texas Islamic Council operates as a DBA of the Freedom and Justice Foundation. At the bottom of the page is a separate button with the words: “Support Our work via a tax-deductible donation!” Each of those four PayPal links is still active and workable…

…How did Elibiary obtain and keep a security clearance when he refused for nearly a decade to reveal his organization’s sources of income to the federal government?  This is especially problematic considering he needed that clearance for his work with the FBI, the National Counterterrorism Center, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

The Freedom and Justice Foundation’s tax-exempt status was revoked in May 2010. Elibiary was not appointed to the Homeland Security Advisory Council until October 15, 2010 — more than five months later. When DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano was questioned by Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX01) about Elibiary before a House Judiciary Committee hearing last month, she said that all members of the Advisory Council eventually get secret clearances.

But how was Mohamed Elibiary able to pass the clearance process when his organization had already had its tax-exempt status revoked? More than 45 percent of all security clearance denials are for financial reasons, and many of those are for much more trivial reasons than this instance. Did Elibiary report his group’s tax-exempt revocation by the IRS for his security clearance investigation? If not, why is he still serving with these government agencies and why does he still have his security clearance? If he did report it, how did he get his clearance approved and who approved it? Was there outside intervention at all to help him obtain his clearance? What is the status of his clearance following the HS SLIC leak allegations? And what are the implications of Elibiary continuing to raise money from the Freedom and Justice Foundation website when its tax-exempt status has long since been revoked?

These are all questions that any investigation should look into, but as I reported earlier this week, despite the direct request by TX DPS Director Steve McCraw for an investigation into the allegations of Elibiary’s leaks, one DHS official told me that not only is no such investigation underway, but Secretary Napolitano will make sure that there never is. If that’s the case, Congress clearly needs to step in.

Read the whole thing: http://pjmedia.com/blog/mohamed-elibiary-alleged-homeland-security-leaker-confirmed-tax-scofflaw/

“HYATT PLACE REGRETS DECISON”

By Pamela Geller
Fortbend front page

Check out the Fort Bend Independent. It’s not too late for the Hutton to reconsider their disastrous decision. It has been a PR nightmare for them. Any company that seeks to suppress speech and instead aligns itself with Islamic supremacist thugs will find theirbusiness will suffer.

Isn’t it ironic that the subject matter is the war on free speech, the war on truth. Listen here.

Americans must boycott these cowardly enterprises and raise their voices in protest.

Hutton Hotel, Amerimar Vice-President: Steve Eckley, phone number is 720-318-4238.

Hutton Hotel Tel: 615-340-9333, Fax: 615-340-0010

EMAIL form: http://www.huttonhotel.com/contact_form/contact_form.cfm

Gerald Marshall
President & CEO – Amerimar Enterprises
His email address is gmarshall@amerimar.com.

From: http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2011/10/hyatt-place-regrets-decison.html

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Speaking of protesters and Farha Ahmed:

The photogenic Farha Ahmed was suddenly camera-shy. Wonder why?

More questions: Inside the event, attendees were protesting honor killings, female genital mutilation, forced marriage, the killing of apostates, and so on.  What was Ms. Ahmed protesting?  Does this mean she is FOR honor killings, etc.?  Note her sign: “Republicans Against Bigotry”.  Is it bigoted to believe in freedom of speech?  Is it bigoted to wish that Muslim women might experience freedom?  Just asking.

 

 

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