October 3, 2012, - 8:25 am

Azeez Al-Ghaziani a/k/a Azeez Ahmed: TX Muslim Had Fake Military ID, Weapons, Chemicals; Planned Attack on US Military Base?

By Debbie Schlussel

Azeez Ahmed a/k/a Azeez Al-Ghaziani, a Texas Arab Muslim from Saudi Arabia, had fake military identification and weapons. Was he planning an attack on a U.S. military base or other such installation? Sure looks like it. Otherwise, why did he have phony U.S. military I.D.? And he was caught only because he’s a crappy driver, was apparently in a crash, and parked his wreck at a shopping mall. It should be major national news, but instead is just a tiny, little-noticed local newspaper article. Oh, and did I mention that he had access to all kinds of explosive chemicals as the owner of a dry cleaning business? The FBI is involved, and they are clearly involved because they are the primary agency charged with investigating terrorism. Homeland Security is now also leading the investigation, which means there are immigration issues with this person. That he served in the U.S. Army is irrelevant. So did Nidal Malik Hasan (and John Allan Muhammad).

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Azeez Ahmed a/k/a Azeez A. Al-Ghaziani & Nidal Malik Hasan: Two of a Kind?

A Fort Worth man was in custody Tuesday after authorities say counterfeit military identification documents were found in his wrecked vehicle behind a Hurst shopping center.

Two weapons and an air rifle also were found in the Chevrolet Silverado.

The discovery of the documents and weapons prompted authorities to evacuate the shopping center on Grapevine Highway for several hours Tuesday morning.

Initially, authorities believed the military documents were real, prompting authorities to summon an explosives team and a bomb-sniffing dog to inspect the vehicle. No explosive devices were found.

Hurst police identified the suspect as Azeez A. Al-Ghaziani, 29. [DS: He also goes by the name Azeez Ahmed.] He was in the Hurst City Jail Tuesday afternoon.


Al-Ghaziani is expected to be charged with tampering with government records, said Hurst police Lt. Mark Schwobel.

“A charge relating to altering pubic [DS: sic] documents is one that may be prosecuted on behalf of the state or federally (concurrent jurisdiction) and those decisions are typically made on a case-by-case basis,” said Katherine Chaumont, spokeswoman with the FBI’s Dallas field office. “If a federal nexus is determined based on any subsequent information that is collected, those facts can then be presented to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.”

Hurst police received a call of a suspicious vehicle at about 5 a.m. Tuesday in the 700 block of Grapevine Highway in Hurst.

“When officers arrived, the vehicle looked like it had been in a wreck,” said Hurst Police Chief Steve Moore.

In the vehicle, officers spotted what they thought looked like military documents, a shotgun, a rifle and an air rifle.

“When we contacted military officials, they advised that the vehicle be swept,” said Hurst police Sgt. Craig Teague in a telephone interview. “Officers could see weapons.”

The sweep was for additional weapons or possible explosive devices, Teague said.

Authorities closed down the shopping center for more than five hours as agents with the FBI, Naval Criminal Investigation Service and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives arrived on the scene to investigate.

As authorities were on the scene, Al-Ghaziani stepped out of a backdoor to his cleaners business in the shopping center. He apparently had been asleep in the business, where he had been living, Hurst police said.

“He had had some type of domestic issue at his home … and he was staying at the business,” Schwobel said Tuesday.

The Silverado, which belonged to Al-Ghaziani, had been involved in a wreck several days ago, authorities said.

Sure. Just a nice Arab Muslim sleeping at his cleaners biz because the wife kicked him to the curb. No big deal about the counterfeit military ID, right? Nothing to see here, move along. And I suppose there is no point in looking into his immigration status, either. That wouldn’t be polite, would it?

Reader Duane:

It will amaze me if this guy was not planning to infiltrate a military base and go jihad on our soldiers.

It will amaze me, too. But, sadly, we’ll probably never hear about it. And you can bet they will probably end up letting him plead guilty to something minor–for politically correct and laziness reasons–and he’ll be back on America’s streets faster than you can storm an American embassy in the Muslim world.

As I always say, . . . Desperate But Not Serious.

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20 Responses

He probably would have been able to vote in the upcoming U.S. presidential election had he not been caught.

Dina K on October 3, 2012 at 9:22 am

You know girl,I like you you are a wonderful person. May God bless you girl. Mat the Lord bless you and keep you and may He shine His Light upon you.

G. R. Scharoubim on October 3, 2012 at 10:17 am

romney/ryan 2012

AM: Huh? How would Romney and Ryan change this? Romney wants to give everyone here illegally immigration amnesty. DS

A.Men on October 3, 2012 at 10:38 am

    With amnesty, Islamic terrorists would be eligible to become US citizens.

    They have no criminal records and nothing would disqualify them from amnesty. The 9/11 Islamic terrorists would have qualified. So would the guy in Texas – he would still qualify if he gets convicted of a minor offense and what he’s charged with is the federal equivalent of a traffic infraction – no biggie.

    Mitt Romney is a liberal on immigration. We will be see the subject raised in tonight’s presidential debate? I bet it won’t be. As Debbie likes to say, this country is desperate but not serious in addressing challenges facing our national security.

    NormanF on October 3, 2012 at 2:20 pm

Was he planning more workplace violence, perhaps?

JeffT on October 3, 2012 at 11:00 am

This should always be big news. Wha hoppened?

jake49 on October 3, 2012 at 12:23 pm

D I S G U S T I N G !

Look at the wild look in his arab eyes puke…

As Goes... on October 3, 2012 at 12:52 pm

Sad to say, there could be hundreds more like this, and a dozen more 9/11s and it would not make any difference!

Why? For the same reason that the mainstream media is giving a lifetime free pass to Obama.

Starting around 1962, every school kid in this country was hearing, and is hearing non-stop about racism, racism, racism, racism. One very important consequence is that under no circumstances, and I mean NO CIRCUMSTANCES, can someone of “minority” or “victim” status ever be criticized in any manner in which such status is brought to light.

This crap was swallowed whole hog by about 99% of the population.

Citing examples of this could fill many libraries.

Red Ryder on October 3, 2012 at 1:02 pm

    Red Ryder,

    You don’t have a clue to what you’re talking about.

    1962? Every school in this country?Does that include Alabama,Mississippi,etc?

    99% of the population buys into endless racism talk?

    Are you kidding?

    It’s outrageous of you to compare in any way shape or form the struggle to eliminate Jim Crow institutional racism in this country to the present struggle against Islamic barbarism.

    Scott on October 3, 2012 at 8:45 pm

It looks like this may be an even larger problem:

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/10/03/massachusetts-man-sought-for-supporting-al-qaeda-50g-reward-offered/

I_AM_ME on October 3, 2012 at 1:10 pm

Debbie’s wrong with the math – make that three of a kind.

There’s one Ahmad Abousamra, 31 who lives in a tony Boston suburb and is suspected by the FBI of being an Islamic terrorist – they slapped a $50,000 bounty on his head.

More of them them are here than you can storm a US embassy in the Muslim World.

That’s just those we know of. And you can bet those we don’t know are up to no good.

But according to the mass media and those in the know, there is no such thing as Islamic terrorists.

Call Sgt. Schultz!

NormanF on October 3, 2012 at 2:07 pm

texas, particularly Richardson, Tx, is overrun with disgruntled muslims, illegal and legal. People with false passports, mosques fomenting disturbance. Texas better get some undercover gmen in there.

Amarone on October 3, 2012 at 2:28 pm

What is the Federal government’s point of importing muslims into the country and setting them up with housing, welfare and food stamps?

DS_ROCKS! on October 3, 2012 at 2:56 pm

    You can thank Haliburton CEO Dick Cheney for implementing fast-track immigration procedures from the Saudi Arabian dictatorship. The abuse of governmental authority in this case was paying patronage to international oil companies (IOCs) like ConocoPhillips who financed Bush-Cheney Administration’s election (selection) to office. Minor IOCs like ConocoPhillips traded political influence like this over Cheney as quid pro quo for oil/gas concessions in Saudi Arabia from which they previously were excluded. (“ConocoPhillips Shareholder Proposal — 2012″ available at UnCoverUp.net discusses how the same game was played with the Libyan dictator Gaddafi.)

    This favor of Cheney’s for the IOCs is why it was so easy for 15 of the 19 9-11 hijackers to immigrate to the US in 2001.

    UnCoverUp on January 10, 2013 at 2:28 pm

He will probably charged with offense that will lead to his being on probation and paying a fine.

Worry01 on October 3, 2012 at 4:12 pm

Also, I suspect that the man was an uninsured motorist, since he was driving something that should not have been driven. It would also be interesting to know whether or not he was involved in a hit and run incident. I am surprised that this man’s auto accident was not examined.

Worry01 on October 3, 2012 at 4:21 pm

Yeah but he’s probably judgment-proof. That’s why drivers have uninsured motorists coverage.

Good luck on collecting damages from this creep.

NormanF on October 3, 2012 at 8:35 pm

All Muslims should get reverse conscription i.e. any Muslims in the US armed forces should be removed as a security issue. Problem solved.

Infidel on October 3, 2012 at 10:55 pm

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