Jihad Among Us

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If the Nation can take a moment from the task of banning all things Confederate one hundred and fifty years after the Civil War, it might wish to pay attention to a slightly more pressing matter among us:

 

 

The gunman who shot and killed four Marines Thursday during two attacks at military facilities in Chattanooga, Tenn., has been identified as Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, a law enforcement source confirmed to Fox News.

Abdulazeez, 24, was born in Kuwait, a U.S. official told Fox. It was not immediately clear if he was a U.S. or Kuwaiti citizen. He was reported to be from Hixson, Tenn., just across the Tennessee River from Chattanooga.

The law enforcement source said preliminary reports indicate Abdulazeez, who also died, was not on the FBI’s radar leading up to Thursday’s attacks. A defense official told Fox he was killed by law enforcement officers and did not commit suicide.

The U.S. National Counterterrorism Center said it has seen nothing so far to connect Abdulazeez to any terrorist organization. But it noted that the Islamic State group (ISIS) has been encouraging extremists to carry out attacks in the U.S.

“We are treating this as an act of domestic terrorism,” said Bill Killian, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee. At a news conference late Thursday, FBI agent Ed Reinhold said there was “no indication at this point that anybody else was involved.”

“Obviously, we’re still at the beginning of this investigation,” Reinhold said. “We will explore any possibility and that includes whether or not anyone else was involved.”

U.S. Attorney Killian added that investigators do not believe that there are any more threats to the general public.

President Obama, speaking from the Oval Office shortly after returning from a trip to Oklahoma, vowed a thorough and prompt investigation.

“It is a heartbreaking circumstance for these individuals who have served our country with great valor to be killed in this fashion,” Obama said.

The gunman first shot up a recruiting center before driving seven miles to the Navy Operational Support Center and Marine Corps Reserve Center and killing four Marines before he was shot, authorities said. Sources told Fox News police chased the gunman from the recruiting center to the Center. The entire attack last about half-an-hour.

A well-placed source in Chattanooga told Fox News that one of the Marines who was killed was a “decorated war hero with two Purple Hearts.” The youngest was 19 years old, the source said. Defense officials also said late Thursday a female sailor was in surgery after being shot.

Within hours of the bloodshed, law officers with guns drawn swarmed what was believed to be Abdulazeez’s house, and two females were led away in handcuffs.

A dozen law enforcement vehicles, including a bomb-squad truck and an open-sided Army green truck carrying armed men, rolled into the Hixson neighborhood, and police closed off streets and turned away people trying to reach their homes.

Details of Abdulazeez’s life were just beginning to emerge late Thursday. The Chattanooga Times Free Press reported that he graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering in 2012. Before that, he graduated from Red Bank High School with a yearbook photo featuring the quote, “My name causes national security alerts. What does yours do?”

Go here to read the rest.  Expect more of this in years to come, as the US government allows ever more people into this country who are in complete sympathy with our enemies.

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22 Comments

  1. The families loss of their loved ones is horrifying and tragic. Prayers first for them and the murdered.

    Let’s see. The commander and chief Muslim pretending to be a “Christian” and acting as a President of these United States sympathize with the families for the camera, however his appointments within his administration speaks louder than his words.

    He was so right in correcting us when he told us we are not a Christian nation.

    A nation of many faiths!

    Equally important! Equally protected!

    As we witness the Gay Gestapo starting to bring law suits against Catholic priests that refuse to “officiant” same sex weddings, let us recall the Chief Muslim and his brotherhood, one of which just murdered these Marine’s.

    Obama’s hands are bloody red. He cares not.
    A liar from the beginning, his arrogance and denial blind any humility and truth that smoulder’s in a cooling blackened heart.
    To him life is cheap.

    A rainbow Whitehouse. A crack pipe President.

  2. Seen on Facebook:
    Photo of bearded, turbaned ayatollah screaming, “Death to America!”
    Immediately, photo of beaming Barrack Hussein Obama, “We have a deal!”
    .
    Those people are deliberating planning to kill you. The filthy pagans will slaughter you like sheep.
    .

    From Herodotus Book IX, “”Phocians” said he, “’tis plain that these men have resolved beforehand to take our lives, because of the accusations of the Thessalians, as I imagine. Now, then, is the time for you all to show yourselves brave men. ‘Tis better to die fighting and defending our lives, than tamely to allow them to slay us in this shameful fashion. Let them learn that they are barbarians, and that the men whose death they have plotted are Greeks!”

  3. Expect more of this in years to come, as the US government allows ever more people into this country who are in complete sympathy with our enemies.

    What the disreputable Mr. Sailer calls ‘leapfrogging loyalties’. The elites and the professional-managerial types favor importing a large mass of foreigners so to preen in front of each other and displace the domestic working class they despise (“bitter clingers”). Our odious President has a different take on this than Jeb Bush (and different objects: Bush takes no interest in working the Democratic Party vote farm), but the result’s the same. Sometimes it backfires in peculiarly graphic ways and the PBS / CNN / New York Times spinmeisters have their work cut out for them.

  4. Isis tweeted Chattanooga, Fox news is reporting.

    Open boarders?

    Lock n load.
    Rosaries and .223 ammo.

    The flushing of the two Isis sympathizers two months ago was extremely risky to all who went to the evening meeting, the one which toyed with Mohammed. Many people could of died, but the two assassin’s paid the price, and justice was carried out.

    Flush the vermin out of our Country.
    Flush ’em out!

  5. Thanks a bunch Patricia…. Just when I thought I couldn’t despise the administration more than I already do, you have to pass this link along.

    Sickening.

    The Nazis paved the way for Obamasexuals.
    The festering flea ridden dirtbags that are currently making policy in D.C.

    Excuse me for my attitude. I’m just fed up beyond words.

  6. Rumor has it that Iraq War I, Iraq War II, and the present Iraq War III along with all the sanctions in between might have made extremists mad. At least it would have made me fighting mad and I am only a mild mannered veteran who was concerned that killing in the line of duty was a mortal sin.

  7. Absolutely nothing to do with it. The Jihadis are fighting for power in their own countries. Anger at the West is good for attracting recruits but at its heart Jihadism is all about who will rule in Islam. Think about it. What anger at the West is motivating the fighting in Syria, Iraq and Yemen?

  8. Why must we intervene and fight their battles for them? We can’t even police our own country and it is going to get worse when the young people are faced with the bills we have ran up on our joy ride.

  9. Excuse me.

    Ask the relative’s that watched their loved ones gunned down in the
    street. They believed differently than Isis.
    They worship the “wrong God.”

    The video’s are hellish, yet your a veteran.
    You know first hand, I’m assuming.
    And BTW…thank you for your service.

    FDR to W.Churchill could of been; Not our war mate. We have our children’s welfare to think of. We will pass.

    The gains Isis is making is because of indifference. My humble opinion.

  10. How soon they forget: 2015 – 24 =1991 the year Kuwaiti Adulazeez was born and the year the US armed forces and Allies liberated Kuwait in Operation Desert Storm. Who extinguished 700 oil well fires set by retreating Iraqis? Experts from the US and other western countries. Sadam’s invasion and occupation of Kuwait was brutal.

  11. Is the misquided banning of all things Confederate the Obama version of bombing an aspirin factory?
    R.I. P., Marines.
    Please, Lord, send us an El Cid for a 2016 nominee.

  12. “Rumor has it that Iraq War I, Iraq War II, and the present Iraq War III along with all the sanctions in between might have made extremists mad.”
    Since so many are not Iraqis that rumor must be false.
    Rumor has it something about 1,400 years old might have made extremists mad – mad in the clinical sense.

    ” At least it would have made me fighting mad and I am only a mild mannered veteran who was concerned that killing in the line of duty was a mortal sin.”
    I can assure you they are not the least bit worried about mortal sin, nor are they mild-mannered. Killing in the line of duty is a religious obligation.

  13. Islam has not changed much since Mohammed walked the earth. Islam is at war with itself and everyone else. Turks, Persians, Afghans, Arabs and elsewhere – it’s the same old story.

    They should not be here, but they are. In case anyone hasn’t figured it out yet, the Federal Government serves itself and sees us as its serfs. Washington has become a Latin American capital – where the rest of the country suffers in order to feed the monster.

  14. Wait a minute, let’s not let “killing in the line of duty a mortal sin” go. Ernest, are you implying that every serviceman who died unshriven in combat (land, sea, undersea or air) is going to hell? It’s been a long time since I had a morality in war class. Is there a priest, military chaplain or theology prof out there who can set Ernest straight in unambiguous language?

  15. I believe that ultimately I answer to God and not the welfare/warfare state. When I was young I had no idea what I was doing. That has to be one reason the young are recruited . They may be at their physical peak but a long way yet to wisdom. Still there seem to be many possessing immunity to learning. No fool like an old fool.

  16. Ernest Martinson on Friday, July 17, A.D. 2015 at 9:02pm (Edit)
    Why must we intervene and fight their battles for them? We can’t even police our own country and it is going to get worse when the young people are faced with the bills we have ran up on our joy ride.

    You really need to have some familiarity with where the bills I, and my kids, are paying before you try to lecture folks on it.
    Our military costs– including in battles against those who repeatedly violated their agreement to cease hostilities with us, and were openly funding attacks on us and our allies– are noting compared to the joyride of bad spending at home.
    Military spending– and yes, ours is higher than most of Europe’s, because our military subsidizes their even more wasteful joyriding— is part of a country’s government’s job. Statues along a bike path, on the other hand…. (For a hundreds of thousands of dollars spent example that I know of because it was in my area.)
    ****
    Policing in our country would work a lot better if the Federal Government would do another of its jobs and secure the border; criminals should not have an easier time getting in and out than our military members traveling to and from allied countries. (Which I did, several times; it took longer than it takes for undocumented Mexicans to get to Washington from the Mexican border– and that’s not even the ones with known drug gang connections and thus without as much money and power to burn.)
    ***
    You know why tiny, unspeakable male did this?
    Because he grew up being told that it was cool. That stupid year book comment? If he were actually being discriminated against, he would never put such a thing in such a public, long-lasting place.
    But he was told he’s a victim, that it’s expected, that it gave him a sort of power.
    And now those Marines are dead.
    It’s entirely possible he knew where this location was because they did outreach to his high school– that 19 year old Marine was just out of boot camp, on RAP duty.
    That’s where you get free leave to go help a recruiter– talk to potential recruits, answer questions.
    If the pathetic shooter was a real man, he could have joined an honorable military; instead, the coward murdered good men, and harmed at least lady sailor.

  17. Earnest Ernest. You certainly know that inaction is also an action. We are not only judged ultimately for what we have done, BUT ALSO for what we have failed to do. We are to resist the devil.
    Why do we have jihad among us? Besides donald’s more practical answer, my answer is that we opened the door to this evil by our failure to keep covenant with God, and our failure to educate our children in that necessity. Similarly we have opened the door to the attack of marriage and family, by our failure as a society to keep and honor our marriages and families.

  18. The devil is an opportunist.
    We must fight back. We owe it to ourselves; and we have a social obligation.

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