February 16, 2010, - 4:33 pm
I’m not surprised by any of this, since we know that Muslims in the prisons and those who convert to Islam there are pulled into even more uber-radicalism by the Saudi-funded, ISNA/CAIR-enabled prison imams. And as for the radical head imam in the New York prisons, Umar Abdul-Jalil, there’s been a lot of great recent reporting on him and his assistant, Zulqarnain Abdu-Shahid, by New York Post investigative reporter Reuven Blau, some of which I noted on this site–about Muslim imams smuggling box-cutter blades inside the prisons.
Still this is terrific and brave reporting by WPIX-TV/Channel 11 News’ Mary Murphy, who has the guts to do what most mainstream media do not–calling out Islamic extremism and favoritism for Islamic killers (like Rabbi Meir Kahane’s murderer and 1993 WTC plotter El-Sayyid Nosair and Rashid Baz) in the prisons, and how Muslims are able to continue jihadist terror from within and from behind bars. I disagree with her on one thing, though: the federal Supermax prison in Colorado isn’t exactly secure, either, as I’ve noted on this site. 1993 World Trade Center terrorists, incarcerated there, were able to recruit terrorists in Spain from behind the bars of that prison, through letters and, even, newspaper ads they placed. Kudos for retired NYPD detective Jim Murphy and retired New York State Corrections Deputy Inspector General Patrick Dunleavy for speaking out, too. Bolshoyeh Spasiba [Russian for “Thank You Very Much”] to reader Misha for sending the video.
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