July 17, 2007, - 9:27 am
Lesbian Muslim Terror Suspects in Texas Arrested; Explosives @ House Detonated, Terrorized Neighbors, Tested Police Response
**** UPDATE, 02/15/10: ‘Memba Her?: Texas Lesbian Muslim Terrorist Chick Caught Again . . . w/ Three Bombs ****
How many chances do two Muslim women get to violate the law with terrorist threats and test the system?
Many chances, apparently, if they’re “Kimberly” Asma Al-Homsi and Aisha Abdul-Rahman Hamad of Arlington, Texas. Remember them?
As I told you in April, Al-Homsi, a Syrian with dual citizenship, was friends with Wadih El-Hage, Osama Bin Laden’s personal secretary, convicted of the two 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in East Africa.
“Kimberly” Asma Al-Homsi & Aisha Abdul-Rahman Hamad:
Lesbian Muslim Terror Suspects Act Crazy to Test System
In February, the two women–who live together as lesbian “domestic partners” (which is supposed to be haram–forbidden–by Islam) were caught surveilling planes’ take-off and landing at Dallas’ Love Field airport with binoculars. And they were also caught pacing and counting the number of paces inside the airport terminals (which authorities say is a typical surveillance and planning technique).
On July 4th, the women were reported driving near the runways at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
And Al-Homsi is already on probation for a 2005 incident in which Garland Road in Richardson, Texas had to be shut down because she said she had a grenade she was waving at motorists (it turned out to be a fake) and threatened to blow it up. The two women have repeatedly been questioned by the FBI and Al-Homsi has long-range assault rifle and explosives training according to a February intelligence bulletin issued in the Dallas area.
Yesterday, police had a six-hour stand-off at Al-Homsi’s and Hamad’s home, and it appears set up by Al-Homsi to test police response time and methods/procedures regarding explosive devices. Al-Homsi shot at Arlington police robots with a paintball gun, while they tried to detonate an apparent explosive device on the lawn, and a bomb squad was called in for four explosive devices found in the home. Both women were arrested after the episode. Police found “lots of ammo” and “things used in different types of devices,” which they wouldn’t discuss further.
Al-Homsi called police, early Monday morning, claiming Hamad, had threatened her with a knife, but again, it appears to be a set-up to test police response. The Al-Homsi/Hamad neighbors have long lived in fear and can’t allow their children to play outside. WATCH THE NEWS VIDEO from Dallas/Forth Worth’s CBS 11.
More from the Dallas Morning News:
Police say that Monday morning, when an officer came to the door, Ms. Hamad threatened to shoot him. She told him the only way she would leave was in a body bag.
So began the standoff, during which she fired a paintball gun at a tactical robot and missed, police say, and at the end of which a negotiator persuaded her to come out peacefully. Once outside, Ms. Hamad, 50, fought with them while they tried to handcuff her, police say, so they used a Taser on her.
Police took Ms. Hamad to a hospital, where she was to undergo a mental evaluation. She is likely to face assault charges, Arlington police spokeswoman Christy Gilfour said.
Meanwhile, police searched the home on Wembley Road and found four explosive devices, one of which was sitting on a bedroom table.
Citing an ongoing investigation, Arlington Assistant Fire Marshal Stephen Lea would not say what the devices were.
“We do not know whether they would function as [explosive] devices until we have time to study them and look at them and test the materials,” Mr. Lea said. “I can tell you this; there wasn’t anything in there that would have blown her house to pieces.”
Ms. Hamad’s friend and alleged victim, Ms. Al-Homsi, was jailed on a charge of possessing a prohibited weapon. She was being held, with bail set at $3,000. . . .
Dallas police and federal terrorism officials have acknowledged investigating the pair, but police officials have said they had no direct evidence the women have ties to terrorism [DS: “Ties” to it? They ARE it.]. The women have accused authorities of violating their rights and of religious and racial profiling.
I don’t believe for a second that either one of these women is crazy. They’re just acting that way to test the system for their Islamofascist comrades–test the system, conduct dry runs, and see how much they can get away with. And they’re getting away with a lot. Way too much. They are laughing at us.
Don’t forget, Al-Qaeda has long instructed operatives–per its training manual and elsewhere–to do things to obscure their real plots, including directions to act crazy or insane, so plots won’t be taken seriously, once discovered.
These “chicks” are textbook examples.
Read my previous work on Kimberly Asma Assad and Aisha Abdul-Rahman Hamad, Muslim lesbian terror suspects who repeatedly test the system . . . and get away with it:
Religion of Danger: Beware of Ugly Women with Guns & Fake Grenades @ Airports
Thanks to reader GINO for the update tip.
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