November 22, 2005, - 1:50 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Today’s indictment of Islamic attempted dirty bomb acquirer/terrorist Abdullah Al-Muhajir a/k/a Jose Padilla is getting so much attention, you probably don’t know much about his co-indictees.
One co-indictee, Kifah Wael Jayyousi, has a VERY scary background–because HE INFILTRATED DETROIT AND WASHINGTON, DC SCHOOL SYSTEMS & HAD ACCESS TO THEIR AIR DUCTS, WATER.
Here in Detroit, Jayyousi was Assistant Superintendent of the Detroit Public Schools, from 1997-1999. He was in charge of physical facilities and capital improvement for the school district and oversaw spending of $1.5 million school bond funds. He was also an adjunct professor of engineering at Wayne State University–just as another terrorist, Sami Al-Arian–was a professor at University of South Florida. After he left the Detroit Public Schools, he took a similar job at the Washington, D.C. Public Schools, running its facilities.
It’s frightening that this man had access to facilities and infrastructure in schools–from which he could easily spread poisons and toxins.
At the same time, Jayyousi, a Palestinian Jordanian, ran Islamic “charities” as fronts to raise money for Islamic terrorists fighting in Bosnia, Kosovo, Chechnya, and Somalia. Jayyousi’s father still lives in the Detroit area.
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