April 6, 2007, - 3:22 pm
**** UPDATE, 02/15/10: ‘Memba Her?: Texas Lesbian Muslim Terrorist Chick Caught Again . . . w/ Three Bombs ****
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I’m for gun control for them. No gun control for us. And while we’re at it, why are we letting Syrian women remain citizens when they’ve already been involved in fake grenade stunts on public highways.
Ugly nutjob women who want to see an airport museum and “watch planes”. . . or Muslim jihadist chicks testing the system (for less obtrusive jihadists who will actually do something at a later date)?:
Dallas police and federal terrorism officials are investigating two women, both dressed in camouflage pants under their traditional Muslim robes and scarves, who were seen conducting what appeared to be surveillance and acting suspiciously at Dallas Love Field.
Kimberly “Asma” Al-Homsi & Aisha Abdul-Rahman Hamad:
Just Ugly . . . Or Surveilling Airports for Future Terrorists?
One of the women, Kimberly “Asma” Al-Homsi, 42, of Arlington, who is on probation for a 2005 Garland road rage incident involving a fake grenade, is said to have long-range assault rifle and explosives training, according to a Dallas police intelligence bulletin issued March 5.
“I’m a trained sniper and proud of it,” Ms. Al-Homsi said in an interview Thursday after first refusing to comment on whether she has any terrorism ties. She then said no. . . .
“I am not a dangerous individual,” said Ms. Al-Homsi, who said she is an accountant who has dual Syrian-U.S. citizenship.
On the afternoon of Feb. 25, Ms. Al-Homsi and a friend who could not be reached for comment, Aisha Abdul-Rahman Hamad, 50, of Irving [DS: who appears to be one of the many stupid Infidel women who convert to Islam], were spotted at Love Field wearing Muslim robes and camouflage pants and “acting suspiciously,” the bulletin states. The surveillance video shows one of the women walking back and forth, apparently pacing off distances.
When confronted, the women told officials they were looking for the Frontiers of Flight museum. They left in a red Honda. Descriptions of the incident and the car were circulated at the airport.
Two days later, the museum executive director was leaving for the evening when he noticed the Honda parked facing the runway. A woman, later identified as Ms. Al-Homsi, was sitting on the hood, looking through binoculars at the airplanes. He told the women the museum was closing, and they left.
Dallas officers stopped the car nearby, but the women refused to let police search their car, according to a police report. The women had digital camera memory cards, binoculars, a flashlight and several lighters on them.
Police issued one of them a citation for having no front license plate and failing to change her address on a driver’s license. They were released.
“We were watching the airplanes,” Ms. Al-Homsi said. “That’s not a crime, unless you’re Muslim.”
The problem is that Muslims have been caught “just watching the planes” while acting suspiciously at airports all over America, including Detroit Metro Airport in the heart of Islamic America. And all of them just happen to be Muslims. There aren’t reports of Jews and Christians having time to waste the day away “just watching planes” at airports. Because their religions don’t prescribe jihad.
On Dec. 20, 2005, Ms. Al-Homsi was arrested after a report that she waved a grenade at a motorist on Central Expressway near LBJ Freeway. Richardson police stopped her car and arrested her. The Garland bomb squad determined the grenade was a fake. She was released the next day, after officials charged her with making a bomb hoax. She was placed on probation.
Why did she get probation for that (watch the video, and you’ll see it was not a “minor” incident)? Why is she not in jail for that? And why was this not a violation of her probation?
Law enforcement sources acknowledge that activities of both women have garnered substantial attention.
“We are aware of the activities that occurred at Love Field in February and are giving it appropriate consideration,” said Lori Bailey, spokeswoman for the Dallas FBI.
Ms. Al-Homsi said that she has been questioned by local authorities “maybe a dozen times.”
She said that she practices her rifle skills at the Alpine Shooting Range in Fort Worth. An employee confirmed that she’s been going there for years.
“In all the Muslim garb, shooting an assault weapon, it seemed at first like she was trying to draw attention,” said Dave Rodgers. “But then she came out so much, it became normal.”
Al-Homsi was already under surveillance and is on the government’s no fly list. . . .
As for long-range assault rifle and explosives training, officials said Al-Homsi said she admitted to have studied, Al-Homsi said it was something she was educated on while growing up.
Back during the February incident, Dan Hamilton said he was suspicious when he spotted the two women along a fence at Love Field with binoculars.
“I saw a car parked along this fence here; and there was a young lady sitting looking through the fence at the control tower in that vicinity using binoculars,” he said.
Hamilton, who heads the Frontiers of Flight Museum, said police told him previously to be on the lookout for two suspicious women wearing fatigues and scouting runways.
“When she got off the car, I noticed that she did have fatigues on and matched the description of what police had mentioned to us a week or so before,” he said.
Sources told News 8 the women were not only spotted outside the airport, but they were also seen inside the terminal pacing distances in what they said appeared to be typical surveillance techniques. . . .
The FBI and the Dallas Police Department said they consider the women potentially dangerous and issued a crime bulletin in February of this year. Despite that, neither has been arrested or charged with any crime.
Al-Homsi said she is Syrian and is sympathetic to the Palestinian people. Both women said they disagree with the United States’ Middle East policy.
“I don’t like the government,” Al-Homsi said. . . . “I think they stick their nose in business where it doesn’t belong,” Hamad said.
The women said they have been questioned by the FBI more than a dozen times and believe they are the subjects of the persecution of Muslim women.
The government insists they are a potential danger.
Actually, this is one of those times where the government is “sticking its nose” exactly where it does belong.
Thanks to all the readers who sent this story. Yet another reason we need less Syrians (and other Muslim and Arab immigrants) coming into America to become citizens. And less “dual” citizens.
**** UPDATE, 04/08/07: One of these women, Al-Homsi, confirms to Dallas/Fort Worth’s WFAA-TV News, that she was friends with Wadih El-Hage, Osama Bin Laden’s personal secretary (who lived in Texas), who is in prison, convicted of the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in East Africa. But law enforcement–federal and local–say she has “not ties to terrorism.” Uh-huh. ****
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