Sunday, August 8, 2010

Shukrijumah, American Jihadists, and the Cordoba Mosque This is a CNN Justice article, entitled "From Dishwasher to Al Qaeda leadership: Who is Adnan Shukrijumah?"

The article tells us Shukrijumah was brought to the U.S. from Saudi Arabia as a child. His father had a mosque in Brooklyn and later in South Florida. At some point he left the U.S. and joined an Al Qaeda training camp and worked his way up to what they describe as the equivalent of Chief of Operations.

U.S. authorities are very worried about Adnan Shukrijumah. He is very with the U.S. and they believe he is busy plotting attacks against this country.

Did Shukrijumah receive any of his Jihadist training in the U.S.? The authors of the article don't tell us. He lived in Brooklyn and in South Florida and then, for no reason that the authors of the article tell us he leaves for an Al Qaeda training camp "likely in Pakistan's lawless tribal region of Waziristan."

You New Yorkers so anxious for the Cordoba Mosque, aren't you a little curious about how Shukrijumah got his American training? You can be sure that he was taught something in the U.S. that made him want to rush off and join Al Qaeda. I don't know that much about New York, but I doubt he was given his Jihadist mission in the New York School system.

I know, I know, Mayor Bloomberg says "shut up already" He says opponents of his mosque ought to be ashamed of themselves. That would be me, and I live in San Jacinto and not New York. As far as I know Adnan Shukrijumah has never been to San Jacinto; so if he is planning attacks against the U.S., New York cities are probably going to be much higher on his hit list than San Jacinto.

And the young men to be trained at the Cordoba Mosque to follow the way of Al Qaeda's Jihad will not leave for Waziristan for many years. In the meantime Islamic leaders love Mayor Bloomberg. He is deep in the bosom of the Politically Correct.

So okay, Mayor Bloomberg, I'll shut up. Maybe if I am very quiet I will be able to hear the explosions.


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