Surprise! Boston Bombers Were Muslim Terrorists from Chechnya
April 19th, 2013
Just as we suspected from the start.
The Boston Marathon bombers were exactly who and what we first thought they were.
First, they were terrorists, a word difficult to say for many in the media and in government.
Second, they didn't come from the Tea Party as most in the media were pining for.
Nor was it Right-Wing Extremists, violent Christian fundamentalists, or any of the things that the media, the Democrats, and the Obama Regime, peace be unto them, were bleeding tears for.
They were violent, extremist, Islamic immigrants from Chechnya and the media is now weeping pathetically.
Liberal, effeminate, white guys all over the US today are hunched over their computer screens with tissues and red blotchy faces dreaming of what might have been...bless their hearts.
But if you decide to conduct a search for Islamic terrorists killed in Boston, or Muslim bombers, firefight; or anything else with regard to Islamic fundamentalists and Boston, you will find little if nothing of this story.
Below is the real story from a favorite web "specialist site" on the internet and "why are we letting these people into our country," by the way?
"Tamerlan says he doesn't drink or smoke anymore: 'God said no alcohol.' A muslim, he says: 'There are no values anymore,' and worries that 'people can't control themselves.'"
"Everything We Know About Tamerlan Tsarnaev, Dead Bombing Suspect," by Timothy Burke at Deadspin, April 19:
Authorities are now confirming the two suspects sought in Monday's Boston Marathon bombing are two Russian-born Chechen brothers, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev. Tamerlan, the older brother, is dead. Here's what we know about him.
It's not much, and most of it's derived from a photo gallery. We know Tamerlan Tsarnaev was 26 and a competitive boxer for a club named Team Lowell, who won the Rocky Marciano Trophy for being New England Golden Gloves heavyweight champion in 2010. He did this while taking time off from school at Bunker Hill Community College, where he studied in hopes of being an engineer.
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The element in all of this that has "inquiring minds wanting to know" is how the Saudi National who was initially a suspect and is now a pending deportee (after Obama's meeting with the Saudi foreign Minister) and who also was visited by Michelle Obama while in the hospital after the attack, might fit into all of this. Was there a connection between this Saudi National and the two Islamic terrorist bombers?
We do know, despite concerted Regime efforts to the otherwise, that DHS had this Saudi National flagged as a security risk due to either terrorist ties and or terror activities. We also know that DHS chief Napolitano denied that virtually anything was amiss with this Saudi National. Hmmm....
Below are some of the things that we do know about the violent, jihad extremist, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, also from Jihad Watch:
Boston jihad bomber's YouTube page features videos by Sheikh Feiz Mohammed, who called on Muslims to kill enemies of Islam
The YouTube page is here. On the right of the upper row and the left of the second row are videos by Feiz Mohammed.
"Police seize Muslim 'kill enemies' videos," by Simon Kearney and Tracy Ong for The Australian, January 20, 2007:
FIREBRAND cleric Sheik Feiz Mohamed's defence of his comments on a DVD calling children to jihad has been undermined by revelations, the video also urges Muslims to kill the enemies of Islam and praises martyrs with a violent interpretation of jihad.
In the DVD, which runs for almost four hours, Sheik Feiz describes inmates of Guantanamo Bay as better Muslims than those in Australia, who would would not forsake their lifestyles for martyrdom.
"The brothers in Cuba are better than us," he said. "They are being examined through the best examination (a reference to God's judgment) and the like of them worldwide."
The sheik, who left Australia in 2005 to live in his father's homeland, Lebanon, exorts his followers to seek the honourable death of the believer, quoting from narrations about the prophet Mohammed.
"They fight in the cause, they kill others - the enemies who fight Islam and they themselves are killed as martyrs," he said. He gives the example of a mujaheddin who fought in Bosnia in the 1990s who spoke of nothing but jihad and was killed on the battlefield. "What a beautiful person to be associated with. Would you not like to be an associate of this person?"
The DVD was a recording of a series of passionate fire-and-brimstone sermons that told his audience over several weeks nearly four years ago his thoughts on the way to live their lives. "This is our intention that we want to have children and offer them as soldiers defending Islam, loving Islam," he said.
Details of the DVD's contents have sparked an Australian Federal Police investigation and have been met with condemnation.
AFP officers visited the Muslim youth centre founded by Sheik Feiz yesterday to collect a copy of his DVD, which was handed over voluntarily by members of the 4000-strong youth movement.
The two federal agents who arrived at the Global Islamic Youth Centre at Liverpool, in Sydney's west, declined to comment on the investigation.
About 200 worshippers were at midday prayers yesterday because Friday is Islam's holiest day of the week.
The centre's managers referred The Weekend Australian's inquiries to a phone number, which rang out.
One of Sheik Feiz's former students, Zeky Mallah, who was acquitted of terrorism charges, said the sermon was normal. "That's something that's normal with any Islamic scholar. It's just a way of speaking about things," he said.
Sheik Feiz told The Australian on Thursday that his reference to jihad did not mean violence. He said he was against suicide bombing and violence against others.
However, the DVD is littered with references to violence and a call to arms - most of which is made using examples of historical warriors as an admonishment to modern Muslims for straying from their path.
"If you're a hardliner, you'll say these in lectures; if you're a moderate, you'll keep these views to yourself," Mr Mallah said. "It's not really inciting violence. It is saying to stand up for yourself, to defend yourself and defend your land."
Muslim internet forums were buzzing with criticism of the media for running the story yesterday, accusing news outlets of misinterpreting the meaning of jihad, which can also mean a peaceful quest to be a good Muslim....
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