January 19, 2011, - 6:06 pm

Another “Moderate” Muslim: Canadian Muslim Helped Murder 5 US Soldiers

By Debbie Schlussel

The FBI New York’s Joint Terrorism Task Force just sent out the press release, below, about yet another of our “moderate” Muslim neighbors in our midst, this one in Canada.  He was indicted as part of an Islamic terrorist network that murdered five American soldiers.  Religion of Peace, baby.  Also, notable is the FBI/NYPD Joint Terrorism Task Force’s emblem, below.  Is it just me . . . or did the uber-politically correct FBI go overboard in avoiding showing us a Muslim and, instead, using a caricature of a 1940’s Mafioso crossed with a Protocols of the Elders of Zion stereotype of a Jewish nose as a terrorist?  Jews and Italians should band together and sue for defamation.  THEY. ARE. MUSLIMS . . . just as in this latest press release using the logo. Quick question: how many Jews and Italians blew up buildings with planes on 9/11? How many of ’em tried to blow up planes with their underwear or Times Square with car bombs?

Absurd: FBI/NYPD’s Joint Terrorism Task Force Italo-Jewish “Terrorist”

Faruq Khalil Muhammad ‘Isa, also known as “Faruk Khalil Muhammad ‘Isa,” “Sayfildin Tahir Sharif,” and “Tahir Sharif Sayfildin,” was arrested in Canada today pursuant to a U.S. provisional arrest warrant, based on a complaint in the United States charging him with conspiring to kill Americans abroad and with providing material support to that terrorist conspiracy to kill Americans abroad. The United States government will seek the defendant’s extradition to face the charges. . ..

The defendant is charged in connection with his support for a multinational terrorist network that conducted multiple suicide bombings in Iraq and that is responsible for the deaths of five American soldiers. According to the complaint, filed on January 14, 2011, in the Eastern District of New York, the five American soldiers were killed on April 10, 2009, when a Tunisian jihadist, whose travel to and activities in Iraq were facilitated by the terrorist network, drove a truck laden with explosives to the gate of the United States Military’s Forward Operating Base Marez in Mosul, Iraq.* The jihadist exchanged fire with Iraqi police officers and then the American convoy that was exiting the base. The truck detonated approximately 50 yards from the gate, alongside the last vehicle in the U.S. convoy, leaving a 60-foot crater in the ground. Five American soldiers were killed in the blast. They are Staff Sergeant Gary L. Woods, 24, of Lebanon Junction, Kentucky; Sergeant First Class Bryan E. Hall, 32, of Elk Grove, California; Sergeant Edward W. Forrest Jr., 25, of St. Louis, Missouri; Corporal Jason G. Pautsch, 20, of Davenport, Iowa; and Army Private First Class Bryce E. Gaultier, 22, from Cyprus, California.

As alleged in the complaint, the day after the attack, the defendant had a conversation with one of the Iraq based members of the terrorist network during which the defendant asked, “Did you hear about the huge incident yesterday? Is it known?” When the network member replied that he had, the defendant said, “He was one of the Tunisian brothers.” The network member responded, “Praise God, may God acknowledge him” and the defendant said, “Amen.” This conversation, along with the others referenced in the complaint, was recovered pursuant to Canadian court-authorized wiretaps and search warrants.

The defendant’s network is allegedly also responsible for a suicide bombing attack on an Iraqi police station on March 31, 2009, in which at least seven Iraqis were killed. That attack was committed by two other Tunisian jihadists who were recruited by the defendant’s network and who traveled to Iraq with the bomber responsible for the April 10 attack. A day or two after the bombing, the brother of one of the bombers received an anonymous phone call in which the caller repeated three times that the bomber had “been martyred two days ago in combat with the Americans in Mosul.” The caller went on to say, “May God witness what I say. God is great.”

According to the complaint, the network unsuccessfully tried to send a second group of Tunisian jihadists to Iraq in March 2009. In online conversations with one of those jihadists as the jihadist was preparing to leave Tunisia, the defendant advised him not to leave a will, and to “try to delete everything. . . . off your computer. Don’t leave one character of information or anything behind. . . . Don’t leave any trace. . . . Do not forget to keep reading Qur’an and repeat the famous prayers on the way until you meet with God.” That jihadist was arrested by Tunisian authorities as he attempted to leave the country in April 2009.

According to the complaint, the defendant has continued, since the March and April 2009 attacks, to seek to further the network’s attacks against Americans in Iraq, and to state his motive for doing so. In January 2010, he told another person, “There is no more pressing duty after the declaration of faith than fighting the enemy. Fighting comes before the other four pillars of faith.” In July 2010, he stated, “Islam came for the good of humanity. So if someone doesn’t like good, we fight them, like those dog Americans.” The defendant also instructed a family member in Iraq to “Go learn about weapons and go attack the police and Americans. Let it be that you die.” According to the complaint, the defendant used the code “farming” to refer to jihadist attacks because, as he put it, jihadists “plant metal and harvest metal and flesh.”

The defendant allegedly also sought to conduct attacks himself and become a suicide bomber for the terrorist network. He informed his mother in November 2009, that his greatest wish was to die a martyr and be greeted by 70 virgins in paradise. In a conversation with an Iraq-based leader of the terrorist network in January 2010, the defendant volunteered to travel to Iraq, take up arms against the Americans, and subsequently conduct a suicide mission. The defendant asked that his dedication to the network be explained to those in charge as follows: “He [i.e., the defendant] is not just 100% but 1,000,000% with you. He is with you on the doctrine, the loyalty and the enmity and everything one million percent.” He added, “Even if I can’t work over there, I can work here.”

Yup, another “moderate Muslim” populating North America and murdering Americans. How is he different from any other Muslim here?

I can’t tell the difference. Can you?

The only thing I can tell the difference between is an actual Islamic terrorist and the absurd picture of Guy Caballero in a zoot suit in the FBI/NYPD Joint Terrorism Task Force logo.

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11 Responses

I wonder how many government man hours went into the creation and pc management review of that ridiculous emblem? I can assure you that the public would be shocked at the waste of time & money that government employees perform on crap like this. The agency previously known as ICE, now HSI would spend over a year planing a single raid on a meat packing plant. As a result, they would apprehend and criminally charge less than 300. All ended up getting sentences of “time served”, less than a month and were deported. Subsequently, all the criminal convictions were thrown out because in a year of planing, ICE failed to review the law! Waste, fraud and emblem mismanagement continues to thrive in the federal bureaucracy.

Bonzer Wolf on January 19, 2011 at 8:14 pm

Besides you, Debbie, who called this guy a “moderate?”

Robt Southwell on January 19, 2011 at 9:20 pm

“I can’t tell the difference…”

What are you, the new pitchwoman for ABC laundry detergent?

This guy, if the allegations are true, is a terrorist. And a murderer. How he is different from other muslims, is that 99.99% of them have nothing to do with terrorism. It’s the second largest religion on the planet. There are millions of muslims in the U.S. and Canada. If all, most or even many Muslims had anything remotely akin to terrorist tendencies we’d be seeing a whole lot more bloodshed than we are.

bfs on January 19, 2011 at 10:04 pm

Debbie I can’t believe they used my picture like that. The imagery is straight out of Der Sterner and that’s no coincidence: the US security apparatus is Judenrein and considers Jews to be the real enemy. It’s always been that way.

A1 on January 19, 2011 at 10:41 pm

To be honest, when the page opened and I saw the emblem quickly, the first thing that popped into my head was the cartoon from Mad Magazine-Spy v Spy.

Sean R on January 20, 2011 at 7:17 am

The name Sayfildin (also transliterated as saif-ad-deen) is a fairly common Muslim name, and is Arabic for “sword of the faith”.

How peaceful does that sound?

stevecanuck on January 20, 2011 at 10:14 am

Debbie, what can be done to disabuse people of this 99.99%-are-peaceful nonsense?

An Environics poll in Canada showed that 10’s of thousands of Canadian Muslims feel that a terrorist attack in Canada would be either completely, or at least somewhat, justified.

Just think how many in the ME would agree.

stevecanuck on January 20, 2011 at 11:32 am

    @steve cannuck
    So, tens of thousands of Muslim Canadians believe terrorist attacks are at least somewhat justifiable, huh? Thats funny, because I don’t remember hearing that on the news or reading about that in any newspaper. And who woulda thunk it, I can’t seem to find it on the Internet either.
    However, contrary to the evidence that would suggest Islam is a religon that dictates it’s followers behave in a peaceful manner, I truly think someone should still write articles that paint all Muslims as being extremely violent fools. Because I’m sure those articles wouldn’t offend anybody; besides those few individuals who’d be hurt that their beloved religon was continually being sullied by lies and half-truths. Then again, seeing as how all Muslims are “extremists” anyways, who cares what they think? So really, these articles should be written asap.
    Oh wait…nevermind, it seems “Debbie” has that covered.

    Ifra on January 24, 2011 at 6:36 pm

And people wonder why we don’t want a new international bridge over the Detroit River owned by one individual shyster (Matty Moroun). Canada is full of terrorists itching to kill Canadians or US Citizens, we need control over all bridges to Canada.

T: “Shyster” is usually a slur against Jews. In this case, Matty Moroun is a Lebanese Christian who is big-time in bed with extremist Muslims. DS

Truth on January 20, 2011 at 12:38 pm


The coach had put together the perfect team for the Detroit Lions. The only thing that was missing was a good quarterback. He had scouted all the colleges and even the Canadian and European Leagues, but he couldn’t find a ringer who could ensure a Super Bowl win.

Then one night while watching CNN he saw a war-zone scene in
Afghanistan … In one corner of the background, he spotted a young Afghan Muslim soldier with a truly incredible arm. He threw a hand-grenade straight into a 15th story window 100 yards away.


He threw another hand-grenade 75 yards away, right into a chimney.


Then he threw another at a passing car going 90 mph.


“I’ve got to get this guy!” coach said to himself. “He has the perfect arm!”

So, he brings him to the States and teaches him the great game of football. And the Lions go on to win the Super Bowl.
The young Afghan is hailed as the great hero of football, and when the coach asks him what he wants, all the young man wants is to call his mother.

“Mom,” he says into the phone, “I just won the Super Bowl!”

“I don’t want to talk to you,” the old Muslim woman says. “You are not my son!”

“I don’t think you understand, Mother,” the young man pleads. “I’ve won the greatest sporting event in the world. I’m here among thousands of my adoring fans.”

“No! Let me tell you!” his mother retorts. “At this very moment, there are gunshots all around us. The neighborhood is a pile of rubble. Your two brothers were beaten within an inch of their lives last week, and I have to keep your sister in the house so she doesn’t get raped!”

The old lady pauses, and then tearfully says, “I will never forgive you for making us move to Detroit!”

Tony on January 21, 2011 at 12:00 am

The alleged terrorist resided in Edmonton. The CBC is claiming that everyone is just “shocked! Shocked I tell you!” Anyone who knows anything isn’t “shocked.” In Edmonton there is a self-proclaimed Muslim Brotherhood mosque, etc. Of course, there are radicals/extremists living here. But, of course, anyone in Cana-duh who actually voices a concern is immediately referred to as a “racist.” (I wonder if these accusers have ever bothered to read what the Muslim Brotherhood thinks of Jews, homosexuals, women, etc. It’s classic hate speech — but here in Cana-duh only non-Muslims can ever be accused of “racism” or “hate speech.” The laws here (with regard to hate speech, etc) are differentially enforced. Some get a “free pass.” (Oh, and the latest person to be alleged to be a “racist” is the Edmonton police detective who is/was investigating the latest murder of a Somali on New Year’s Day — a mere 34 or so murdered Somalis in Edmonton since 2006, all unsolved, since the perps don’t talk to the police, etc. And, who’s fault is that? Why, of course, it’s all the fault of the police! That’s our new-found “logic”. Also, the lawyer who’s defended the latest alleged terrorist will fight like crazy to keep the perp from ever entering the U.S. to face justice (and our Leftist Liberal Courts will back it up big time, since “the U.S. executes people.”) i don’t expect justice to be done anytime soon.

J.S. on January 21, 2011 at 1:14 pm

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