February 16, 2011, - 11:06 am
Sudden Jihad Syndrome?: Missing Egyptian “Devout Muslim” Drove Into San Diego Nightclub Crowd, Injured 36
On Saturday Night in San Diego, there were echoes of Mohammed Reza Taheri-Azar’s Jeep jihad. This time, the Muslim driver’s targets weren’t American college students in North Carolina. They were American nightclub-goers celebrating an early Valentine’s Day on the opposite American coast. Different location, same jihadist method, same religion of the perpetrator.
Devout Muslim Osama Hassan Daly Drove Into San Diego Nightclub Crowd
As we’re told in every single case in which a Muslim attacks Americans, the usual narrative is already in place here, with Osama “Sam” Hassan Daly, a devout Egyptian Muslim cab driver, who drove into a crowd of Americans at the San Diego nightclub where he’s been a frequent patron. Daly is now missing, and he may have fled back to Egypt, after being released from a hospital by police. Daly injured 36 people in his attack.
And, as in the case of Times Square Bomber Faisal Shahzad, another Muslim, we’re being told that Daly was “upset” that his house was in foreclosure. Yeah, it’s not jihad. It’s foreclosure. That’s the ticket. Why is it that all the “foreclosed” who try to kill multiple Americans are Muslim? Could it be that this is about Islam and not foreclosure? Isn’t there a reason we don’t see millions of other foreclosed upon Americans going on violent rampages . . . just mostly the Muslim ones?
One of the patrons into whom Daly deliberately drove is Dominique Gambale, a mother of two and beautiful tennis player, whose leg nearly had to be amputated after Daly drove into her and pinned it. Hmmm . . . I wonder what Daly’s immigration status was. Wouldn’t be surprised if he wasn’t here legally. So does this sound to you like the actions of someone who is “mentally ill” or someone imitating other Muslims who’ve deliberately driven into people in the name of jihad against the West? I vote the latter:
San Diego police served a search warrant on Daly’s Clairemont home about midnight Saturday and seized some of Daly’s property, said his roommate, Dan Rose. Daly has not returned home and has not spoken to his roommate since the crash.
“As far as we know, it’s an unfortunate accident,” Rose said.
Rose described Daly was a “pretty solitary man” who is devoutly Muslim. Rose rented a room from Daly two months ago but was recently given until the end of the month to move out because the house is in foreclosure.
Daly’s plan was to move back to his home country of Egypt, Rose said.
Daly filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in May 2007, but a judge dismissed the case at Daly’s request nine months later, according to court documents.
Friday night was supposed to be a special night for Dominique. She was out celebrating an early Valentine’s Day with her husband James, a San Diego patent lawyer.
As for the crash, some victims don’t believe it was an accident.
“No horns, no brakes, no screeching no yelling – not anyone saying – get out of the way.”
“All these people were out there waiting in line for their cabs, it was just the worst possible time.” . . .
Gambale’s injuries weren’t unlike some of the war wounds that Girard tended while he served as a military surgeon at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego’s Balboa Park from 2002 to 2007. “This is comparable to severe blast injuries or gunshot wounds that I’ve taken care of,” he said.
Gambale will have more surgery later this week to remove more tissue and debris. If all goes well with that procedure, plastic surgeons next week could reconstruct her leg bones with fragments taken from her hip and close the wound with skin grafts.
One of the biggest challenges facing doctors is replacing a 2-inch piece of her shin bone that had to be removed because it was too badly damaged to save. At some point, surgeons will fill the space with a bone graft or use screws and pins to incrementally stretch new bone across the space.
Gambale also might suffer chronic pain from the injuries, and bone infections will remain a risk for years to come, Girard said. . . .
The horrifying scene occurred about 1:50 a.m. Saturday outside the Stingaree nightclub at 454 Sixth Ave.
Owners and friends of the downtown restaurant Darband say the cab driver, Sam Hassan Daly, is known to them as “Osama” and was a frequent visitor to the establishment. . . .
Stingaree owner James Brennan told The San Diego Union-Tribune the cabbie was swinging around a pair of scissors at one of the club managers.
“We are treating this as an unfortunate accident,’ Lt. Rick O’Hanlon said. “We’re checking into the cab driver’s background. We’re in the process of reviewing surveillance tapes and looking for any others.’
Ron Pizarro, 31, said he was in the club near the doorwhen he heard the crash.
“I saw the cab coming through the crowd and people bouncing off the car,’ he said.
Sorry, but this doesn’t sound like an accident at all. It sounds very deliberate. And, like I said, it sounds just like the jihadist massacre by Mohammed Reza Taheri-Azar, who drove his jeep into a crowd of North Carolina college students.
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