Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Arizona Muslim Wanted to Blow Up DMV and Jewish Site Says FBI

The FBI has thwarted yet another terrorist attack this time by a 19-year-old Muslim in Arizona named Mahin Khan. No comment, of course, from CAIR's SoCal director, Hussam Ayloush, who last year stated (in my presence) that only a dozen or so American Muslims had joined ISIS. I suspect the FBI has busted that many since he made the statement.

Of all the people that are angry at the DMV, this guy wanted to hit there not because of the bureaucracy or the long lines. He wanted to hit the DMV because he knew there would be a lot of people there (waiting in line, of course). And why in the world would he want to hit a Jewish site? I'll tell you why; hatred of Jews is deeply, embedded in Islamic doctrine (along with hatred of Christians). There is an old saying, "First the Saturday people; then the Sunday people." No doubt he would have bombed a DMV on a Friday, a Jewish community center or synagogue on Saturday, and then a church on Sunday.

All of which has nothing to do with Islam, of course.

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