I don't think this is what Obama has in mind in his bone crushing pursuit of 'outreach to the ummah'. "'The primary mission is to establish a separate,
sovereign Islamic state ('The Ummah') within the borders of the United
States, government by Sharia law,' Leone, a member of the FBI's
counter-terrorism squad, said in the 45-page complaint".
TORONTO — The son of an imam killed in a shootout with the FBI in Detroit was apprehended in neighbouring Windsor, Ont., Thursday while two other Canadian residents were still being sought amid allegations they were involved with a radical Islamic group.
Mujahid Carswell, the eldest son of Luqman Ameen Abdullah, was taken into custody at a residence without incident, city police confirmed.
Carswell - also known as Mujahid Abdullah - was turned over to the Canada Border Services Agency for suspected immigration violations.
Abdullah, imam of the Masjid Al-Haqq mosque in Detroit, died in a gunbattle Wednesday as police sought to arrest him at a warehouse in Dearborn, Mich.
Seven men, alleged to be his followers, were arrested by the FBI.
An FBI complaint, the result of a two-year investigation, alleges all the men conspired to commit federal crimes of a relatively minor nature.
However, the underlying thread is that the group espoused violence and sought to establish a Sharia-law state within the United States.
A confidential FBI source said he had seen Carswell "use toilet bowl cleaner to clean up blood in the basement of the (Detroit mosque) following a murder," according to court documents.
The FBI alleges he conspired to steal and fence laptops and fur coats. He has no felony convictions.
Carswell's father Imam Abdullah, also known as Christopher Thomas, 53, was a leader of a "nationwide radical fundamentalist Sunni group consisting primarily of African-Americans, some of whom converted to Islam," FBI special agent Gary Leone said in an affidavit in support of the complaint.
"The primary mission is to establish a separate, sovereign Islamic state ('The Ummah') within the borders of the United States, government by Sharia law," Leone, a member of the FBI's counter-terrorism squad, said in the 45-page complaint.
"(The imam) regularly preaches anti-government and anti-law enforcement rhetoric."
Abdullah told an informant that if the FBI came to get him: "I'll just strap a bomb on and blow up everybody."