By Debbie Schlussel
Where is Bulgasem Zehaf a/k/a Belgasem Zahef, Libyan jihadist father of Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, and why haven’t we heard from him in a lip service condemnation of his son’s jihad? Did Canadian officials question him about his role in his son’s recent activities or his own ties to Al-Qaeda in Libya? And there are many other questions, which I’ve raised below about this guy, none of them answered.
Muslim Jihadist Michael Zehaf-Bibeau & His Mom, Susan Bibeau, Who Put Her Vagina First
Single Dad & Victim of Jihad, Cpl Nathan Cirillo, Rest In Peace
Yes, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the Islamic terrorist murderer in yesterday’s attacks in Ottawa wasn’t just any old “White convert to Islam.” His father, Bulgasem Zehaf, was a Libyan mujahideen–a Muslim immigrant from Libya to Canada who left North America to return to his native Libya to fight with the Libyan “resistance” which is now Al-Qaeda and basically the Libyan version of ISIS (which was originally Al-Qaeda in Iraq). And it appears that his mother, Susan Bibeau, is yet another zaftig White chick who put her vagina first (I’ve written about so many of them who populate the West and are partly to blame for jihad and its infiltration). While she may not have converted to Islam, she did marry a Muslim who ended up returning to Africa to wage jihad, had sex with him, and bore his son. And she bears responsibility for how that son turned out. And the murder he committed in the name of jihad.
It appears that Zehaf-Bibeau’s behavior–his “reversion” to Islam, his attempts to go to Syria to fight for ISIS, and his attack yesterday, in which he murdered Canadian Cpl. Nathan Cirillo–was an attempt to return to his Arab Muslim roots and be “just like dad.” Born Michael Joseph Hall, I wonder if his mother did anything to educate him about her original religion, Christianity. I doubt it. She cared about her own sexual needs with a Libyan Muslim future jihadist. But I’ll bet she didn’t school him in Western values or Christianity. Islam filled the void, and he was obviously swayed toward Islam in part because it’s the faith of this father, jihadist Bulgasem Zehaf.
If Canada (and America) actually did something to stop Muslim immigration–which they’ll never do–the terrorist’s jihadist dad might still be living in Libya, and there might not be a Zehaf-Bibeau. And I have a question about the dad: we’ve heard the condemnations of yesterday’s attacks from the mom. Um, where is Mr. Zehaf? Where are his lip service condemnations of his son’s behavior? Where is the guy, jihadist wardaddy? And since the son, Michael, had a number of drug convictions and was in and out of court, who paid for Michael’s lawyers? Did his parents help on that front, too? Instead of looking into this and actually doing something to stop Muslim immigration, the Canadian Parliament sang their national anthem, just like Congress and G-d Bless America and the American national anthem. And what did that do? Nothin’. But, don’t worry, some day you’ll all be singing it in Arabic.
Check out this 2011 report on Belgasem from the jihad front:
Rebels succeeded in clearing the city of pro-Gadhafi snipers, some of whom had been holed up in a hospital in the southeastern part of the city. Most of the snipers were believed to be black African mercenaries loyal to the regime. “There is a disaster in Zawiyah. All the buildings have been damaged; residents have been killed in their homes,” said Belgasem Zahef, a Zawiyah native who recently returned to his home in Montreal after spending over a month in detention. He was arrested in Zawiyah where he had gone to fight alongside the rebels. Mr. Zahaf said the main prison in the city was overflowing with inmates who were forced to live in sub-human conditions and routinely tortured by their captors.
Hmmm . . . why didn’t Canadian authorities keep tabs on this guy and his family afterward, once he returned to Canada? His father is a jihadist and then he became one, and you’re telling me there’s no connection? What was the nature of Zehaf-Bibeau’s communication and relationship with Al-Daddy Dearest? And more questions about Zehaf-Bibeau: Read the rest of this entry »