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The Religion of Peace strikes again


MashableTwo people were arrested in Belgium on suspicion they were planning attacks in the country's capital city, Brussels, during the holidays. The pair had planned to target the city on New Year's Eve, according to a statement from the country's federal prosecutor's office Tuesday.

Legal InsurrectionAccording to British newspaper Express, city of London and other European capitals have been warned about an imminent terror attack “on or before New Year’s Eve.” The security alert issued by an unnamed intelligence agency specifically mentions the likelihood of an attack on shoppers and revellers in crowded places around New Year’s Eve in a European city.

Judicial WatchIn the latest disturbing example of the government’s failure to root out foreign Islamic terrorists a young Somali man, who bragged about building rockets that could strike landing planes, worked at a major U.S. airport as a baggage handler.

This month the Somali, 20-year-old Abdirizak Mohamed Warsame, was charged with conspiracy to help the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS). He became the 10th Somali man to be charged with terrorism in Minnesota in a very short period of time.

New York PostThe cleric acting as spokesman for the San Bernardino mosque where terrorist Syed Rizwan Farook worshipped claims he barely knew Farook and didn’t know his terrorist wife at all. But phone records and other evidence uncovered by federal investigators cast doubt on his story.

The FBI has questioned the cleric, Roshan Zamir Abbassi, about his phone communications with Farook — including a flurry of at least 38 messages over a two-week span in June, coinciding with the deadly Muslim terrorist attack on two military sites in Chattanooga, Tenn.

Obviously we have nothing to be concerned about with this religion, right?

This entry was published Wed Dec 30 11:50:53 CST 2015 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2015-12-30 11:50:53.0. [Tweet]

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