Saturday, October 31, 2009

WTF is going on here?

WTF is going on here?  While it's expected that the Associated Press, the originator of this story would take sides against America, but for Fox News to pick up the outrageous accusation that the FBI murdered a Muslim terrorist suspect is beyond belief.  Whatever happened to the presumption of innocence? 

For Fox to simply rubberstamp this outrageous accusation without comment is a low for them. 

All the usual terrorist loving, Islamist apologists of course have come out from under their rocks to make unequivocal statements of support for a suspected Muslim "holy man" and terrorist ringleader who was shot and killed while trying to kill FBI agents.

The headline "Murdered Imam's Followers Deny FBI Raid Claims"  is of course yellow journalism at it's purest.  Using the popular press to find the FBI guilty without any credible evidence is a tactic perfected by Herman Goebbels  and used daily by CAIR and the other Islamic spawn of the Muslim Brotherhood. 

I surely hope FOX realizes that it has been used by the Associated Press and retracts the use of this inflammatory headline and one sided story in defense of a suspected violent Islamic terrorist.

Ye gads and little fishes, when will the American public get full and true information about the raging Islamic Jihad  bent on subjugating the Western world?  When will the American public wake up from their dazed ifatuation with "reality" shows and demand full and impartial reporting by the Mainstream Media? 


Murdered Imam's Followers Deny FBI Radical Claims
Friday, October 30, 2009

DETROIT —  A mosque on Friday dismissed as "utterly preposterous" the FBI's allegations that its murdered leader was part of a radical Islamic group.

Luqman Ameen Abdullah, the imam or prayer leader of Masjid Al-Haqq in Detroit, was a "recognized and respected member of numerous mainstream Muslim organizations and leadership bodies," the mosque said.
Abdullah, 53, was fatally shot Wednesday as FBI agents tried to arrest him on several charges, including conspiracy to sell stolen goods. The FBI says he resisted arrest inside a warehouse and fired a gun.

A criminal complaint filed by the government describes Abdullah as a leader of a national radical Sunni group that wants to create an Islamic state within the U.S. The FBI says he had extreme anti-government views and encouraged followers to commit violence.
No terrorism-related charges were brought against any of the 11 people charged in the complaint, including Abdullah.

"The slanderous allegations of his being a national leader of a radical Islamic sect is utterly preposterous. These allegations are contrary to what we as a community stand for," the mosque said.
The statement was read by an assistant prayer leader, Mikail Stewart Sandiq, as many members milled outside the mosque after Friday prayers. He declined to answer questions.
Abdullah's son, Omar Regan, 34, of Los Angeles said he helped prepare the body for a funeral Saturday. He said his father was shot multiple times, and called the killing "barbaric."

"What's done is done," Regan said, standing across the street from the mosque. "He knew he was wronged. If God calls you home, you can't help but answer."
As for the government's allegations, Regan said "they can hold up a piece of paper but show me you have proof. Where is it?"

FBI spokeswoman Sandra Berchtold declined to comment on how many times Abdullah was shot. She referred questions to police in Dearborn, the Detroit suburb where the shooting took place. A city spokeswoman did not immediately respond to an e-mailed message seeking comment, and the Wayne County medical examiner's office did not immediately respond to phone messages.

Two of the 11 people named in the criminal complaint were still at large Friday. At least four men have been ordered held without bond; another is in a Michigan prison.

In Washington, a group called the American Muslim Taskforce on Civil Rights and Elections called for an independent investigation of Abdullah's death.
The group is an umbrella organization whose members include the American Muslim Alliance, American Muslims for Palestine and Council on American-Islamic Relations.