Skip to comments.Tennessee man pleads guilty to plotting attack on Muslims
Posted on 05/19/2015 2:38:56 PM PDT by don-o
A man who ran for Congress last year in East Tennessee has pleaded guilty to plotting an attack on a small Muslim enclave in New York.
Federal agents began investigating Robert Doggart of Signal Mountain following a Facebook posting in which he claimed a community outside of Hancock, New York, was planning a terrorist attack and "must be utterly destroyed," according to the plea agreement entered last month.
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one has to wonder if gubment intel mentions...the “enclave”
Jihadist Camps in America: A Ticking Time Bomb
FrontPage Magazine ^ | July 25, 2013 | Ryan Mauro http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3047364/posts
Of course the FBI says terrorist groups are in all 50 states...but yet, seen one raid, arrest yet?
> following a Facebook posting in which he claimed a community outside of Hancock, New York, was planning a terrorist attack
What’s the first rule of Fight Club?
I doubt he chose that name,most likely thatis just what the MOA has decided to call them. The MOA a/k/a Jamaat ul Fuqra was involved in several assassinations in the United States including the murder of an Indian diplomat. it has also been involved in arson attacks on Hindu temples, Indian doctors, and even other muslims not deemed muslim enough in the US. IIRC one of the group’s early murders was that of a moderate muslim in Tucson who was apparently a rival of the man who later headed up al Qaeda’s Brooklyn Cell, maybe it was AbdulRahman, the Blind Sheikh. I’d have to look it up to be sure.
Our government is afraid to confront them because they are predominantly black; Jamaat ul Fuqra’s leader is Pakistani but his stronghold or base is the Caribbean, places such as Trinidad.
So this guy from “Signal Mountain” did more than hang 2 lanterns in the window?
I expect we’ll see more headlines like this in the future. Ordinary people’s frustrations are increasing because the government has opened the floodgates to muslim immigration. How is that beneficial to us? No matter that most of them are “peaceful”, there is little doubt future terrorists are coming in among them.
In other words, not just threats, but action will be taken in other words.
Telegraph it dumbass....all talk.
Look at me, I’m a tough MFer.
As Nike says, “Just do it”.
The guy is probably correct. Perhaps for the wrong reasons.
I think that statement is the bottom line...
His big mistake was in wanting to initiate violence. It is not legal to start a fight, but it is quite legal to defend yourself in a fight.
For years now, small town police departments have been luring pedophiles to visit their towns with the prospect of molesting a child there. Even small towns get many major felony busts of these pedophiles after trolling them on the Internet. So why not do the same to violent Islamists?
With some planning, culminating in Internet trolling of Jihadist websites, otherwise “peaceful, moderate” Muslims will be willing to drive a long distance to murder innocent people. That they fail in their purpose is good for everyone else; but that they fail at the cost of their own lives, is well, legal.
Nobody but fools and scoundrels cry when those with intent to murder innocent people “die by the sword with which they lived”.
Jamaat ul Fuqra’s spiritual head Sheikh Gilani/Jilani was arrested in Pakistan for involvement in the decapitation murder of WSJ reporter Danny Pearl.
Muslims of the Americas (MOA) is a virulently anti-Semitic, Islamic extremist group with ties to Al-Fuqra, a terrorist organization that has carried out firebombings and murders in the United States. MOA claims to have offices in six U.S. cities and Toronto and maintains secluded residential communities in New York, Virginia and California. The group's Web site and e-mails have featured writings by notorious anti-Semites and Holocaust deniers, including Michael Hoffman and former Klansman David Duke.
MOA was founded and is led by the radical Pakistani cleric El Sheikh Sayyid Mubarik Ali Jilani (commonly known as Sheikh Jilani or Sheikh Gilani). Based in Lahore, Pakistan, Jilani established MOA in 1980, after arriving in the United States for the first time. In the 1980s, Jilani, who claims to be a direct descendant of the Prophet Muhammad, actively recruited American Muslims to fight against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan. MOA claims to have offices in six U.S. cities and Toronto, and it maintains secluded residential communities in New York, Virginia, California, and possibly other states. The group also runs a Web site and an e-mail mailing list.
The available evidence strongly suggests that MOA has served as a corporate front for another group founded by Sheik Jilani, the terrorist organization Al-Fuqra, which has committed firebombings and murders on U.S. soil. Both Sheikh Jilani and MOA officials deny that Al-Fuqra even exists, and MOA claims to be a "peaceful" group. Though relatively few members of MOA have been arrested for criminal activity, two residents of the MOA community in Virginia were recently arrested for firearms violations, and a resident of the MOA community in California was recently arrested for the murder of a Sheriff's Deputy.
Muslims of the Americas: In Their Own Words
Here are examples of anti-Semitic, anti-Christian,anti-American, and homophobic statements made by MOA, as well as comments that promote violence:
"Jews are an example of human Satans. This is why Jews are the founders of Satan worship and Masonic lodges, and are now trying to take over the entire globe in which the global religion is to be Satanism .In the US there are now thousands of temples where Satan is worshipped. This Satanism has now become the ultimate tool in the hands of Zionists. "
...see more at link. 5 posted on 1/30/2002 3:53:19 PM by Shermy
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