Skip to comments.Canadian man charged with plotting to kill US troops
Posted on 01/19/2011 4:05:08 PM PST by Nachum
New York - A Canadian man helped a terror network carry out bombings in Iraq that killed five U.S. soldiers and numerous Iraqi citizens, New York authorities said Wednesday. They said he even tried to become a suicide bomber. Faruq Khalil Muhammad 'Isa is charged in Brooklyn in a truck bomb attack outside U.S. base in Mosul, Iraq, on April 10. Five American soldiers were killed. Muhammad was arrested in Edmonton, Alberta, on Wednesday, authorities said. The network allegedly used Tunisian radicals to help carry out bombings. A second attack at an Iraqi police station killed seven Iraqis, prosecutors said.
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The rule should be: if you are not in the military, and go to one of those places, you can never return to any Western country.
Faruq Khalil Muhammad ‘Isa...that sounds real Canadian eh?
Let me guess: Sarah Palin made him do it.
Exactly , but they and their families mooch off of western civilization. Their families should be gone as well cuzz more likely than not, its representative of household philosophy.
“Faruq Khalil Muhammad” - yeah, those darn Cannucks.
His mother was Scots-Irish, no doubt.
Probably from Winnipeg.
If I lived there, I’d want to kill EVERYBODY.
Including the families in an exclusion law would have the beneficial effect of making them police their own young terrorists. They don’t want to leave their comfy, benefits-rich lives in the West to return to their native hell holes. It would be a strong deterrent.
As someone already astutely pointed out on another thread, no one can be a muslim and a Canadian; or an American; or any other nationality.
The deliberately ignorant consciously avoid understanting the significance of Dar al-harb and Dar al-islam.Those phrases are used in most mosques, madrassas, newspapers, pamphlets, posters and training camps worldwide, daily.
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