We have had more cases like this in the past two years than we had in all the years prior up to 911. And what is Obama's response? Disarm the FBI, disarm the military, ban "jihad" from the lexicon. Obama invites the universal caliphate organization, the OIC, to Washington, DC behind closed doors to talk about imposing bans on free speech in submission to the blasphemy laws under the sharia.
In the past year alone, at least 20 people have been arrested in the United States on terrorism-related charges, according to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. But the NY Times says there is no jihad threat. The enemedia's propaganda vs. reality: deadly vs. disarmed -- Atlas Shrugs
This jihadist has been living in the US for twelve years, but FOX and the rest of the US media refers to this devout Muslim as Moroccan (as if Morocco had anything to do with this act of war). The press does not dare say "Muslim," even though these Muslim soldiers scream "allahu akbar" and go jihad in the cause of Islam. No, in the UK, the enemedia and political quislings use the word "Asian" for Muslim. In France, they use "youth." In Denmark, Sweden and Germany, they use "immigrant" for Muslim (even if the jihadists are second or third generation). In many European countries, "immigrant youth." In the US, the media use country of origin or nationality in place of Muslim. In Israel, they use "Arab." Lipstick on a savage.
It is jihad in the cause of Islam. Period.
Politics Exclusive: Feds arrest man allegedly heading to U.S. Capitol for suicide mission after sting investigation FOX news
Authorities have arrested a man allegedly on his way to the U.S. Capitol for what he thought would be a suicide attack on one of the nation's most symbolic landmarks, Fox News has learned exclusively.
The man, in his 30s and of Moroccan descent, was nabbed following a lengthy investigation by the FBI, initiated after he expressed interest in conducting an attack. It's unclear how the FBI learned of his aspirations, though he came onto the radar screen of law enforcement in early December. The suspect who has been in the United States for about 12 years but according to one source is not a U.S. citizen, allegedly weighed hitting various targets ranging from a military installation to synagogues before settling on the Capitol.
The man thought undercover FBI agents assisting him in his plot were associates of Al Qaeda.
When he was arrested Friday in Washington, he was carrying with him a vest supposedly packed with explosives, but the material inside was not actually dangerous, Fox News was told.
A short time earlier, he had been praying at a mosque in the Washington area. His destination was Capitol Hill.
The public was never in danger, as he had been under constant surveillance for some time, officials said. The FBI provided the suspect with a disabled gun during their ongoing operation, Fox News has learned.
In a statement that did not get into the details of the alleged plot, the U.S. Capitol Police said the suspect was "closely and carefully monitored." Capitol Police confirmed the suspect was arrested on Friday.
"At no time was the public or congressional community in any danger," the department said.
A senior source involved with law enforcement at the Capitol also told Fox News the investigation was "all very controlled." The source said the U.S. Capitol Police was involved with the FBI and other agencies in tracking the suspect "not more than a year."[...]
Sites in Washington have long been a target for terrorists, especially self-radicalized extremists caught in FBI stings.
In September, a Massachusetts man was arrested for allegedly plotting to fly bomb-laden model planes into the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol. FBI agents claiming to be associates of Al Qaeda provided 26-year-old Rezwan Ferdaus with what he thought was explosive material for the remote-controlled planes.
Nearly a year earlier, a Virginia man was arrested for trying to help Al Qaeda plan multiple bombings against Washington's Metrorail system. For months, 34-year-old Farooque Ahmed of Ashburn, Va., had been meeting and discussing "jihad" with individuals he thought were affiliated with Al Qaeda, but in fact he was meeting with FBI agents.
In the past year alone, at least 20 people have been arrested in the United States on terrorism-related charges, according to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
"Most of the arrests" have involved "lone wolves," radicalized online and able to use the Internet to build bombs, FBI Director Robert Mueller told the Senate committee last month.
At the time of Ahmed's arrest in October 2010, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, Neil MacBride, said the case showcases "our ability to find those seeking to harm U.S. citizens and neutralize them before they can act."
Read the rest.
UPDATE: The mosque at which "Amine el Khalifi" prayed prior to his attempt at detonating his suicide bomb vest is revealed at Long War Journal: "Today after first after praying at the Dar al-Hirjah [sic] mosque in Northern Virginia . . ."
Dar al-Hijrah, Anwar Awlaki's mosque, as well as that of a couple of the 911 Muslim terrorists.