November 29, 2010, - 3:46 pm

The Christmas Tree Terrorist: FBI-Grown Islamic Terrorists v. The Real Thing

By Debbie Schlussel

As you know, I’ve written a great deal over the years about the growing threat within America from Somalian Muslim immigrants and the crime wave that many of them–devout Muslims–actively perpetrate across America, including the recent indictment of a child sex slave ring run by Somalian Muslim immigrants in hijabs (Muslim headscarves for women).  So, you might think I’m happy the feds “caught” Mohamed Osman Mohamud, who thought he was blowing up lots of Americans at a Christmas tree lighting ceremony.

Mohamud: FBI Set Him Up, But Refuses to Go After Entrenched Islamic Terrorists in US

But, while the FBI entrapment of Mohamud is the latest in a series of FBI set-ups that show us American Muslims generally have a predilection for terrorism, if they think they can get away with it, it’s not a big terrorist sting. Not even close. In fact, the real extremist Muslims (redundant phrase) in America are the ones who are actively pursuing terrorist jihad on their own. They are prominent members in the Islamic community, the ones with whom the FBI regularly breaks bread and refuses to entrap the way they entrapped this guy and others. As I’ve noted on this site more times than I can count, the FBI has its preferred set of “Islamic terrorists,” and that means anyone in the Islamic or Arabic leadership is never pursued. Just doesn’t happen anymore. Because, ya know, we can’t embarrass them . . . and the feds who still have brown on their nose tips from butt-kissing them.  The rest is just theater.  Most terrorists the FBI  arrests are not home-grown terrorists, they’re FBI-grown terrorists.

In fact, most of the Arab, African, and converted Muslim men who’ve been arrested and indicted by the feds in the last couple of years are lone men whom the FBI targeted, encouraged, and set up, every step of the way. There was a White convert to Islam in Illinois who was a Burger King fan. There was a Lebanese Shi’ite Muslim alien in his 20s in Chicago. There was a Jordanian Palestinian Muslim illegal alien in Dallas. There were the group of Black prison converts to Islam in Detroit. And now, there’s this guy, Mohamud, a Somalian Muslim immigrant in Portland, Oregon. All of them were actively enticed by the FBI. Every single one was cajoled into doing these terrorist attacks–into detonating inert, fake bombs (the exception is the Detroit group, which the FBI couldn’t convince to perpetrate terrorist attacks at the Superbowl, so it got them to accept what they thought was stolen merchandise, instead–not the stuff of Islamic terrorism.)

Yes, we know that real Muslims could have done the same with them, with real bombs, etc. And in some cases real Muslims in Pakistan or elsewhere did make inroads, such as with Mohamud. But, in reality, these guys were mostly not planning anything until the FBI planned it for them.  In Mohamud’s case, his own father contacted the FBI with concerns, and then the FBI started with the phony e-mails to Mohamud.  But in most of these cases, there isn’t even that going on.  The FBI initiates the whole thing and sets it up from start to finish.

And the reason the FBI has to create these Islamic terrorists is to pretend they are actually going after Islamic terrorists, when in fact, they are actively meeting with them and breaking pita with them.

For example, in Detroit, Andrew Arena, the FBI Special Agent in Charge is really Special Agent in Charge of Butt-Snorkeling Imad Hamad, a “former” Islamic terrorist, whom the feds caught time and again, including recently, raising money for Islamic terrorism. But they won’t arrest Hamad. They don’t need to set him up the way they set up Mohamud or any of the other indictees I mentioned below. Hamad is already actively engaged in terrorist activity. He knows it. The FBI and the U.S. Attorney in Detroit know it. But he’s a prominent Arab leader, so they kiss his ass instead of pulling a Mohamud.

And I’ve written about many other such cases, including four current and past U.S. Attorneys in Detroit attending Ramadan dinners at an Islamic charity they know is laundering money to Al-Qaeda and HAMAS and whom they raided in a fraudulent show raid that was never followed up with any indictment. Meanwhile $20 million a year gets sucked out of the U.S. and into HAMAS, Al-Qaeda, and Taliban coffers from that charity.

Those are the real Islamic terrorists. And all over the country, the FBI refuses to go after them, or when they do, the feds refuse to actively prosecute them. All over the nation, FBI officials and other agents are pandering to the real, active Islamic terrorists, their supporters, and their lawyers. I’ve seen it over and over again, not just here in Detroit, but in every major city.

Yes, Mohamud was dangerous. But he was an inert grenade set off by FBI agents, while all around us there are active terrorism operations whose perpetrators are invitees at the latest Ramadan dinner or hosts of events which the FBI is eagerly sponsoring. The FBI is creating surface wounds and slapping bandages on them; and not just ignoring the bloody gashes of entrenched extremist Muslims, but encouraging them. Mohamud’s plan was all FBI inspiration AND perspiration with a loser/patsy to go along with it.

So, yes, Somalian Muslims are a huge problem, and Mohamud was a sorta, maybe potential problem. But not the major terrorism “get” we’re being led to believe.

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29 Responses

Yup. It was a sting. The FBI will be believable when hey it goes after the terrorists its breaking pita with.

I wouldn’t hold my breath waiting for that to happen any time soon.

NormanF on November 29, 2010 at 3:59 pm

While the FBI is practicing leniency with prominent Muslim extremists, the TSA is getting tough on…. breast milk! That contrast could be good skit material for Jimmy Kimmel. What does all that mean? We’re not looking for and going after what really endangers us because we like to pretend Islam is not the problem. Between the FBI’s buttering up to the real supporters of terrorism and the TSA’s deciding breast milk is a major security threat, we’re waiting for the next shoe to drop. Serious about homeland security? Not really if we have to pull the blinds down on what’s going on here and abroad and inconveniencing innocent passengers in their journeys in the not so safe skies.

NormanF on November 29, 2010 at 4:16 pm

I never thought of it from that point of view? Do you really think this pork barrel government money is going into FBI setting up terrorists? I mean this guy to my knowledge was on terrorist watch lists before hand, don’t know if it was a straight setup by the government. I guess I could be wrong. Great insight regardless.

Steve
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Steve on November 29, 2010 at 4:21 pm

That’s only half of the story. Debbie has also written on this site, how the US Attorney For Eastern Michigan deliberately endangered the life of a Muslim informant who worked for the Feds to set Islamic terrorists free. Its not only what we’re not doing; its also what we’re doing to ensure the real terrorists are not kept behind bars as they should be and people who want them kept there are betrayed by our government. When you add it all up, none of the staged stings of “throwaway” Muslim extremists changes the fact the US government is oblivious to the real danger here and is doing nothing about it.

NormanF on November 29, 2010 at 4:41 pm

I am waiting for their lawyers to plead “terminal stupidy”.

burt on November 29, 2010 at 4:58 pm

Just like how the Government does everything else == form over substance.

Little Al on November 29, 2010 at 5:24 pm

And the FBI and the rest of the Government are creating more Muslim terrorists than they’re catching. What do they think happens when they say that Muslim culture has to be respected? Just paving the way for more Muslims to exercise their terrorist creativity.

Little Al on November 29, 2010 at 5:28 pm

Yes, I would agree that such “stings” seem to be geared towards very low level people, rather than anyone in any leadership position. It is an example of treating Jihad as a law enforcement issue without any greater implications. Baiting people who are inclined to engage in such activities does have its place, but not if it is a substitute for going after the professionals.

worry01 on November 29, 2010 at 5:35 pm

It is like going after the bar owners during Prohibition, rather than the Capones or Morans who were actually responsible for bootlegging. This is a harmless way to appear to be actively combating terrorism without actually having to make any real waves.

worry01 on November 29, 2010 at 5:39 pm

The whole sting is just an excuse for pedophile mayor Sam Adams to go TSA on every boy in Portland.
Portland is a sanctuary city for illegals and terrorists.

Bill on November 29, 2010 at 5:45 pm

Yeah I didn’t even want to hear about it because it’s total BS. They let CAIR ppl go on the news shows to lecture us about acceptance and racism against muslims after they’ve been raising money for terrorists and getting government grants and tax incentives for their own bank accounts. Stupid, Waste of Tax Dollars, BS, etc…

Jennifer on November 29, 2010 at 6:14 pm

Debbie, the hotel I stayed in last week had Israeli security guys that I trust far more than the FBI to root out terrorists or towel thieves. Those guys are like bloodhounds and they don’t care who gets offended. Next time they ask me my room number I’ll answer in Ivrit.

A1 on November 29, 2010 at 7:16 pm

Remember the guys in Florida,that were going to bomb the Sears tower in Chicago? I remember Maureen Dowd saying that they couldn’t find the Sears store 10 blocks away. That was an FBI sting too,how convenient. Makes ya wonder.

Jo on November 29, 2010 at 9:34 pm

Jeez. I never knew this, but Jihad is not my strongsuit.

I don’t really comprehend why the FBI goes for low-level rather than leadership. Can someone bottom-line it for me?

The more I learn, the more depressing it gets!

Skunky on November 29, 2010 at 10:52 pm

I saw a Yahoo article on this. Seems the FBI was more interested in protecting a Portland Mosque that got hit with an arson fire, than it is catching terrorists.

John on November 29, 2010 at 10:55 pm

Also, at least this kid has a more “poetic” name. Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab will be forever known as the “Underwear Bomber” or “Crotch Bomber.”

John on November 29, 2010 at 10:58 pm

Astoundingly concise and accurate reality analysis.

This beats all the “expert’s” and “military intelligence professional’s” assessments by 100:1.

Spot-on gal!

The very definition of Kabuki theater…and it fully explains why every REAL muslim terrorist attack is instantly followed by the carefully & jointly-crafted CAIR-FBI-US-Attorney statement “nothing to indicate [muslim] terrorism [again]” press release – frequently issued before the “authorities” have arrived on-scene.

With personal street-level dealings with both those Forever Beholden to Islam and their MB / hamas-backed co-conspirator front group, I will personally attest that when politely pressed, that MB / hamas-backed front group gladly offers they are quote: “working with, meeting with, and frequently in contact with the FBI, TSA, Homeland Security” and a half dozen other federal law enforcement agencies. A. B. in Seattle even pulled out his cell phone as proof.

The only enemy more dangerous to America and Americans than jihadis, are those that actively insert them into the fabric of our society while simultaneously laying down cover.

You f’ing traitor bastards.

Azar Aish on November 29, 2010 at 11:18 pm

    Azar Aish on November 29, 2010 at 11:18 pm:
    “The only enemy more dangerous to America and Americans than jihadis, are those that actively insert them into the fabric of our society while simultaneously laying down cover. You f’ing traitor bastards.”

    Agreed,
    especially the last line.

    theShadow on November 30, 2010 at 2:57 am

The greatest Muslim threat is Muslim population growth in civilized countries.

madman on November 30, 2010 at 7:26 am

The thing that we need to be cognizant of, is that, our enemies are living, working, plotting, and waiting for opportunities to strike in this country. Some are home-grown (the 60′s), some are immigrants (vote buying), and some are just self-haters (which I’ll never understand).

Rick on November 30, 2010 at 9:12 am

    123 – fair enough, looks like we agree to dirgesae. For me personally, the idea promoted by Steven Covey of having a circle of influence which is rather smaller than your circle of concern, and of personal effectiveness being about focussing within your circle of influence was quite transformative. I am now less the classic hand-wringing wet liberal so (reasonably) despised by the right as always whining and never effective and have more smaller, localised concerns, but with at least some effectiveness.I think a great deal of the left’s relatively inward focus and ignoring of abuses by some regimes is due to exactly this attitude, and not to some lack of moral fibre as you seem to think. The classic “first remove the beam from thine own eye”, and desire to avoid hypocritical moralising seems to be the motto. It certainly does lead to continuing abuses on a wide range of fronts, but personally I think the pendulum is currently way too far in the other direction – vast amountsof energy are going into attempting to change societies that the west has made minimal attempt to even comprehend while the basic fabric of our own democracies (such as habeus corpus) is being slowly chewed away piece by piece.

    Wagner on November 19, 2012 at 5:42 pm

At least he’s not being called the Holiday Tree Bomber.

Blayne on November 30, 2010 at 4:15 pm

Your view on this guy is one hundred percent accurate and definitly doesn’t fit with the average republican who praises the fbi for “preventing an attack.” This nineteen year old was a patsy and got taken for a ride. It seems that every so often the fbi wants to make the news so they entrap somebody. Isn’t it racial profiling that they went after a somali? I never mention who I listen to on this site because the name alex jones seems to get people labeled as crazy but debbie you have more in common with him than you think.

tyler on November 30, 2010 at 6:43 pm

Actually you may think highly of alex jones I have no idea your opinion on him but for the average site like hot air and the like they hate him. Its funny too because drudge has been linking to a lot of his articles. I loved listening to michael savage but fox news bought out the affiliate that aired him and canceled him within a month, instead we get john gibson. fox news doesn’t take criticism very well.

tyler on November 30, 2010 at 6:49 pm

While I wholeheartedly agree that our government is soft on going after the “real terrorists”, I completely disagree with your assertion that Mohamed was cajoled into committing an atrocious act of terrorism. Just because the bomb was fake does not mitigate the fact that his intention was to kill innocent people. This is no different than a man hiring someone to kill his wife, who he believes is a hitman, but turns out to be a undercover cop. Normally they get charged with attempted murder, when in fact, they should be charged with murder. Why? Because they truly believed that the act would be carried out and if they were actually talking to a real hit man, the act would have been carried out. If you can be “cajoled” into agreeing to kill hundreds of innocent people….YOU ARE A TERRORIST! If the FBI calls me and attempts to “cajole” me into killing people, I will refuse. The only people that can be “cajoled” into committing terrorism are terrorists! This sick waste of human flesh is just as dangerous as a seasoned terrorist and should be locked up for the rest of his life. If you want to be tough on terrorists, you can not choose which ones are bad enough.

Brian Hunkins on December 1, 2010 at 12:46 am

@Brian Hunkins on December 1, 2010 at 12:46 am

I just find it scary when the government helps you to commit a crime and than punishes you for it. If you think about it, they’re just as guilty as he is, right?
If I was to convince someone to do something wrong just to catch them doing it, what then? Am I not also guilty of the crime?

Who knows, maybe this schlemiel might not have taken up a life of crime if he hadn’t been introduced to it by the FBI in the first place. Well, I’m sure he would have, but who knows?

All in all, just fry the big fish first. The little guys will scatter without even a whimper.

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