December 2, 2009, - 3:40 pm

Father of Muslim Killer: “Islam Made My Son a Killer, FBI Missed It”

By Debbie Schlussel

Remember Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, who murdered one military recruiter and seriously injured another, earlier this year at a Little Rock military recruiting center?

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Well, even his father says Muslims manipulated his son into a killer and that the FBI missed it. Yes, it’s not news: Islam is a poisonous aphrodisiac for murder.

The father of the man charged with shooting two soldiers in Little Rock is speaking out. He says his son, Abdulhakim Muhammad, was manipulated by Islamic extremists overseas and the FBI knew it but didn’t step in before it was too late.

Melvin Bledsoe of Memphis looks at what his son is accused of doing at the Army Recruiter Station in Little Rock last June the same way he looks at foiled terror plots in Dallas, and the Fort Hood shootings earlier this month. He sees them all as acts of terrorism that could have been prevented.

“I want to say how sorry I am for the family of the soldier and we know what they’re going through,” Bledsoe says. “They’re grieving and we’re very sorry for their grieving.”

Nearly six months after police say his son, Abdulhakim Muhammad, 24, gunned down two soldiers, Bledsoe wants answers from the federal government. “I don’t understand why the federal government has not taken this case which it is,” Bledsoe says. “This involves a United States soldier.”

Bledsoe says the FBI tracked his son for two years after he traveled to Yemen and knew of his growing extremist views but didn’t do anything to stop it. As an example, he cites his son’s purchase of an assault rifle shortly before the shooting.

“I think they could have asked some questions [like,] ‘What are you doing with this weapon? What are you going to do with this weapon?’” When asked how he thought his son would have responded to such a question Bledsoe responded, “I think something would have changed a lot.”

The FBI has no comment other than to say the investigation is still on going, but won’t address any of Muhammad’s dad’s allegations.

Of course not. Famous But Incompetent is too busy working up another circular file. Unfortunately, while his father recognizes what his son did as an act of terrorism, he won’t admit his son is a terrorist. I don’t get it. Isn’t a person who commits an act of terrorism a terrorist, by definition?

Although he thinks the FBI should investigate the case because it’s an act of terrorism, he doesn’t think Muhammad is a terrorist. “No, I do not consider him a terrorist,” he says. “But I think what took place certainly gives the meanings of an act of terrorism.

“Thirteen other people lost their lives in Texas because somebody else dropped the ball, it’s as simple as that,” Bledsoe says referring to the mass shootings of soldiers at Ft. Hood, Texas earlier this month. “It was my son today and it could be your son tomorrow.”

Bledsoe says he says he holds his son ultimately responsible for his own actions but wants U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to open an investigation to look at what warning signs, if any, were missed by federal authorities.

Uh, good luck with that. Holder is too busy kissing domestic Islamic terrorists’ asses to look into any wrongdoing by them.

Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Muhammad. He’s charged with killing Pvt. William Long of Conway and shooting Pvt Quinton Ezagwula of Jacksonville.

Let him rot in hell. I feel for his father. But as reader Duane notes:

The FBI did blow it and it should be in the federal court. However, I also realize that had the FBI had done what he is now saying he would have been up in front of the cameras and bitching with CAIR that his son was being profiled and treated differently because he is a muslim. And he is correct on the fact that the Justice Department or congressional oversight committee should open an investigation into why the FBI keeps dropping the ball on theses extremists who were under investigation.

Well, I think we know the answer: while they’re busy dropping the ball with one hand, they’re consuming far too many falafel balls (at “outreach” dinner BS with extremist Muslims) with the other.

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17 Responses

You are on a roll today Debbie…Keep going until the truth you write & speak becomes self-evident, even to the clueless. (Abomination aka Obama-Nation)

JR on December 2, 2009 at 3:58 pm

Suck Eggs. Your son is a killer because he’s a monster. All muzzies are monsters.

Don’t shift blame: HE CHOSE TO BECOME A WORTHLESS MUDEROUS MUSLIM.

goldenmike4393 on December 2, 2009 at 4:05 pm

The FBI along with the DOJ will drag out any terror case (for years)if they even remotely think that ‘others’ will eventually be caught, those ‘others’ could be real or imaginary, it does not matter.

Look at the forever IIIT case that initiated with ICE in Operation Greenquest in March of 2003, ICE had great leads and was moving in for the kill, I know this for a fact as I was working as a CI for ICE begining in Feb. of 2003, when it was obvious that terrorism was involved with the IIIT case the FBI took over and they are still “investigating.”

Sami Al-Arian was a big part of the IIIT case and you can all see how long that fiasco played out with piss-poor results due to the FBI overkill with old out dated info presented at Al-Arian’s trial.

Bill Warner on December 2, 2009 at 4:36 pm

Religion provides a sense of purpose and a sense of belonging for someone who is already close to becoming a murderer. Simply blaming religion as the sole cause is oversimplified and misleading.

The Terrorist's Advocate on December 2, 2009 at 5:55 pm

In the case of Hamid of Texas shooting 13 people the offficials are silent or trying to look for answers and reasons.
With trhe case of Muhammed the prosecutor has already annouced he will seek the death penalty.
For Gods sake why would he do that? I’m not saying its unjustified but its just an observation.
GOD BLESS AMERICA!

seahawker on December 2, 2009 at 8:52 pm

    I guess because the guy kille people. That is what you should do is seek the death penalty.

    John Hamilton on December 3, 2009 at 7:09 am

“Simply blaming religion as the sole cause is oversimplified and misleading.” – The Terrorist’s Advocate on December 2, 2009 at 5:55 pm

Is that supposed to be sarcasm? If not, we aren’t talking about just any “religion” here. We are talking about Islam, the killer religion, um, I mean death cult, which it has been ever since Muckmudd the perverse (SPIT) dreamed it up.

yonason on December 3, 2009 at 3:22 am

Religion provides a potential terrorist with the ability to envision a pleasant future for himself even after his death. Islam appears to satisfy that need more effectively than other belief systems. And no religion can convince someone to become a terrorist who hasn’t already been preconditioned by his personal experiences.

The Terrorist's Advocate on December 3, 2009 at 10:10 am

I will be borrowing this…”aphrodisiac for murder”…hope you don’t mind, Debbie, but rest assured it will go to a good cause!

Michael LeFavour on December 3, 2009 at 11:10 am

So Muslims brainwashed him into a killer? In the Marines, we were all trained killers, yet how many of us are currently slaughtering innocent soldiers and civilians in the U.S.? Religion of Peace my ass.

There should be an express lane to try, convict and sentence these maggots. I am totally for the death penalty, but a message needs to be sent to these terrorists what will happen to them once caught. Go ahead and execute some, but give the rest hard time with NO possibility for parole for their natural lives. I think a prison should be built as far north in Alaska as you can go and have about 200 miles between the prison and any form of civilization. Have these muzzies turn ice pack into ice cubes.

Jarhead on December 3, 2009 at 11:41 am

jarhead! Ill add a location! South pole,Antartica! Out on their rears!Now that will make ice cubes!No prison! Just dropped out on the ice!

mike c on December 3, 2009 at 1:15 pm

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