Here’s some information we’ve posted over the past year about Revolution Muslim and the Times Square bomber:
Times Square Bomber Cites Revolution Muslim-Touted Preacher As Inspiration
Infidel Bloggers Alliance seems to have been out ahead of everyone on the connection between the Times Square Bomber and Revolution Muslim. If you want to know how, skip past the initial part of this post (from Jawa, and see our May 3rd post.
Faisal Shahzad Followed Shaikh Faisal
NPR: The man accused in the failed Times Square bombing attempt has been talking to authorities for more than two weeks. And one of the things he told them, according to people close to the case, is that he was inspired to act by two Internet clerics — one in Yemen and another in Jamaica. The first cleric Shahzad cited is a familiar name: Anwar al-Awlaki. He’s the American-born imam who has been linked to an al-Qaida group in Yemen — the same imam who allegedly blessed the Fort Hood shootings and the botched Christmas Day bombing attempt of a U.S. airliner by a young man carrying explosives in his underpants.
The other cleric is a less familiar figure.
His name is Abdullah Faisal, a 46-year-old convert to Islam who is from Jamaica. He spoke with NPR on Tuesday. We had initially set up an interview with him to be recorded for broadcast on the radio. But when he arrived, he demanded that we pay him for the interview. When I refused, he declined to go on tape.
Well Abdullah Faisal might be a less familiar figure. Unless you’ve been following the New York based terror supporters over at Revolution MuslimYounis Abdullah Muhammad and his boys have been supporting, promoting and raising funds for the convicted felon for years.
In fact Revolution Muslim is the #1 outlet for Faisal’s sermons and talks. So was Faisal Shahzad a big fan of Revolution Muslim? I can’t say for sure but here is a very suspicious coincidence. Younis and his gang of terror supporters were in Times Square just before the car bomb was found.
Its all a little too coincidental for me. I’ve said that eventually the group over at Revolution Muslim will inspire someone to kill. I’ve lamented that people are going to have to die before the danger of this group is taken seriously.
Back on May 3rd, we noted that a video of Revolution Muslim preaching at Times Square THE DAY OF THE BOMBING included an ominous note at the end of the video:
Here’s the portentious note:
“Stay tuned – entire video of this event coming soon, Insh’Allah.”
Yes, it looks as if RevolutionMuslim was in on this.They knew what was coming, and they wanted to release an “entire video of this event”, but of course the event did not come off as planned.
Quote: “The first cleric Shahzad cited is a familiar name: Anwar al-Awlaki. “
Connecting more dots:
Anwar al-Awlaki was the featured imam at a major mosque in Northern Virginia . . .of Dar al-Hijrah.
*The phone number of the mosque was found in Hamburg, Germany within the apartment of Ramzi Bin ql-Shibh, a key planner of the 9/11 attacks and the roommate of Mohammad Atta.
*served as the spiritual home of Major Nidal Malik Hasan, the Army psychiatrist, who murdered 13 soldiers and wounded 30 more on the military base at Fort Hood, Texas.
* al-Awlaki was involved in recruiting Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Nigerian national who is charged in the Christmas Day attempt to detonate a bomb aboard a Northwest Airline flight & personally “blessed” the operation.
*A 2002 government report from U.S. Customs and Border Protection states that Dar al-Hijrah is “associated with Islamic extremists” and serves “as a front for Hamas activities in the U.S.”
*2007 government report states that the mosque has been under federal investigation for providing “aid and comfort” to so-called “bad organizations and members.”
* The U. S. Census Bureau leases 6,654 square feet of space from the Saudi-financed Dar al-Hijrah, which has been labeled “America’s most radical mosque.” The cost of the space to taxpayers is $23,000 a month.
A Muslim extremist who earlier warned that TV’s “South Park” creators should be “afraid for their lives” for insulting Islam’s prophet Muhammad now says that yesterday’s car bomb attempt in Times Square will be just the beginning of a new wave of terrorist attacks.
Younus Abdullah Muhammad, author of RevolutionMuslim.com, told WND senior reporter Aaron Klein on New York’s WABC Radio that America should “absolutely” expect more jihadi violence in New York City.
When asked if the Times Square attack was aimed at the offices of nearby Viacom, which owns the “South Park” series, Abdullah Muhammad deflected the question to condemn U.S. foreign policy instead.