February 15, 2007, - 10:03 am

Mr. X/Noureddine Malki: The Perpetual Risk (& Likelihood) With Muslim Translators

I’m constantly being told by Pan-Islamists about all of the Muslim Arabic translators and soldiers we have and how patriotic and dedicated they are to America.
Actually, their numbers aren’t so large, and their patriotism, well . . . . I think the many stories we’ve had about Muslim soldiers–from Wassef Ali Hassoun (who faked his kidnapping in Iraq, went AWOL, twice, and is now on the NCIS Most Wanted List) to Assan Akbar (who shot at fellow American soldiers in the name of Islam) and a host of similar others (Ahmad Al-Halabi, Ali Mohamed, Ryan Anderson, Semi Osman, John A. Muhammad, Jeffrey Leon Battle, etc., etc., ad nauseam)–makes the case otherwise.
The latest story–about Army Arabic translator Mr. X a/k/a Noureddine Malki a/k/a Almaliki Nour a/k/a Abu Hakim a/k/a Abdulhakeem Nour–makes the same case, ie., that we must be suspicious, instead of bending over backwards to welcome those whose co-religionists around the world (and here) are openly bent on our destruction.

The story of the Muslim Arabic translator Mr. X–we don’t even know his real name–is chronicled in an AP report in New York Daily News, which I strangely didn’t see in any of my print newspapers.
Mr. X/”Malki” deliberately hid information about insurgents, their location, and the location of their weaponry. By doing so, he knowingly cost American soldiers their lives. Plainly, this Muslim translator is a mass-murderer of Americans. Even worse, he is believed to have provided classified Coalition Forces intelligence (which he illegally downloaded) to insurgents in the Sunni Triangle. Again, he’s a mass-murderer.
More incredible is that this man was allowed to become a U.S. citizen and a translator despite professing allegiance to Al-Qaeda and the 9/11 attacks. Prosecutors have made no attempt to strip him of his citizenship, which was likely obtained under false pretenses.
He should be given the death penalty (a little torture first would be appropriate). But, instead, he’ll only do a maximum of 60 years . . . if we’re lucky. Who is responsible for hiring this man? That’s another person who should be tried, if it can be shown he/she knew of the man’s open loyalty to Al-Qaeda and hatred of America. If so, that person is an accessory to mass murder.

A former Arabic translator for the Army in Iraq pleaded guilty Wednesday to illegally possessing secret documents detailing the 82nd Airborne Division’s mission against insurgents.
Among the documents was a report with precise information about U.S. weaponry and targets, court papers said. Another document contained “information about 82nd Airborne strategies for interfacing with various tribal groups in Iraq,” the court papers added.
The defendant, who goes by the name Noureddine Malki, also pleaded guilty in 2005 to using an alias, Almaliki Nour, while becoming a U.S. citizen. Authorities say his true identity remains unknown.
He faces up to 60 years in prison for both charges, prosecutors said. No sentencing date was set.
U.S. Attorney Roslynn Mauskopf said the case demonstrated the importance of “safeguarding military plans and intelligence.”
The 47-year-old defendant, who had been scheduled to go to trial next week, “fraudulently obtained security clearances and then stole classified military information,” Mauskopf said in a statement.
Using his false identity, the defendant was hired in 2003 by a contractor as a translator and interpreter for an intelligence unit of the 82nd Airborne stationed in the Sunni Triangle, authorities said. After he returned to the United States, authorities discovered the documents – some marked “secret” – during a 2005 raid on his Brooklyn apartment.
While entering his plea in federal court in Brooklyn on Wednesday, the defendant admitted he knew he was not authorized to have the documents and made no attempt to return them, said his lawyer, Mildred Whalen.
The defense attorney said her client did not address a motive. She declined further comment.
In a memo filed last week, prosecutors had warned that if the defendant professed his loyalty to the United States at trial, they would present evidence that he supported al-Qaida and the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The evidence included propaganda downloaded from the Internet to his computer, the memo said.
Prosecutors also said they would argue the defendant “had an opportunity to provide stolen classified information to anti-coalition forces” because he was in phone and e-mail contact with people in the Sunni Triangle, including Sunni sheiks who gave him thousands of dollars in bribes.

“Religion of Peace.” “Loyal Americans.” “Very Patriotic.” Yadda, yadda, yadda.
Thanks to reader Kent for the tip. He writes:

His true identity is unknown? What the hell was he doing having any access to anything without having been vetted?

Amen. Why? I think we all know the answer: Political correctness in favor of Muslims–at the cost of safety and security.
It’ll kill ya, every time.
More info in The Washington Post.

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8 Responses

Very distressing. This punk should be waiting his turn at the gallows, and the bozo responsible for hiring him should be fired already.
God save us from the fools among us, and from the enemy they ignore.

FalconPilot on February 15, 2007 at 10:53 am

I heard at one point that loyal Israeli-Americans had signed up to be translators but were denied an opportunity from the FBI, I wonder if this was true.

blink320 on February 15, 2007 at 11:00 am

So much for the liberal’s cause to introduce diversity into the military.

Jew Chick on February 15, 2007 at 11:12 am

I would think that Schumer or Peter King take an interest in the rejection of these LOYAL arabic speakers? Is this the same Egyptian agent who betrayed the US in Saudi during 9/11?
My old college friend was an Armenian from Beirut, many of which live in the US and speak fluent Arabic. Wonder if these guys get the cold shoulder too.
BTW: didn’t see anyone discuss this story about Islamist penetration of Dutch army and assasination attempt on leading Dutch conservative politician (explosives from car-bomb came from army contact).

sonomaca on February 15, 2007 at 1:07 pm

Dear Debbie;
Sixty years in jail is better than nothing. And who knows, maybe some patriotic serial killer will stab him with a sharpened toothbrush.
P.S. Has S. Hannity apologized, or given you credit yet

EJO on February 15, 2007 at 3:30 pm

The FBI translator scandal

mennyiben on February 16, 2007 at 12:58 am

Debbie and her followers here,

I ran accross this website quite by accident. I could not help but respond to the first message thread I read.

For all of the “we support the troops” crap coming from you republicans, it looks as though you dont support all the troops, just the ones that fit your definition of what a good christian american is.

Kind of like the way the Japanese soldiers that served during the 2nd world war were treated.

As far as that goes, the black soldiers that served and then came home to be subjected to the same racism that they had always known. Kind of like the way that the bunch of you were commenting about Ms. Johnson. (that was on Larry King with Jackoff icer Tom Kenniff. )

You people made light of Ms Johnson’s service, the way she served and the length of time she spent as a POW. Never mind that every minute she was a POW she spent with gunshot wounds.

The amount of vitriol shown towards her was uncalled for, and unreasonable.

She wasnt defending the idiot that attacked Ft Hood. She said so directly. She said so specifically. But you ignored that, it didnt fit your version of the truth.

But from the few articles I have read here, Debbie, and her followers seem to have a common theme. First and most important, you hate anyone islamic.

Now that could be a religious thing, or it could be a racist thing. I have seen several racial comments made. It is definintly not a question of patriotism.

Because it is quite clear, that even muslims can and do serve this country in the armed forces.

Yet you try to paint all of the muslims/ islamist with the same brush.

And like I said, you even attacked a decorated ex-Iraqi POW veteran with disdain, with NO regard for her service.

Using your logic, and if I for a moment might play the devils advocate,( emphasizing the fact that these are not my beliefs, but just an observation of your attitudes and some of those same attitudes held by others througout history.) Playing devils advocate then …

… the KKK has been right all these years about the Jewish people and other people of color.

… the people that brought you the spanish inquisition were right.

… the genocide in Bosnia was warranted.

… the genocide in Darfur is alright.

… Adolf Hitler and the german people were justified to try to get rid of the Jewish people.

… Osama Bin Laden was right to attack the U.S. .

… and if Iran or any other nation were to wipe Isreal off the map, then that would be alright.


They were, are and always will be absolutly and totally wrong. And the people LIKE them are wrong.

And that brings us to the crux of my problem with people like yall.

As I posted in the other thread, You people claim to support the troops, but you dont. You are perfectly willing to send others to fight a war that you yourselves wont go to fight.

You and people like you, say we are fighting Islam/ Muslims, when as I recall, it was Osama Bin Laden and Al Qieda that attacked us. When in truth, “WE” arent fighting a damn thing. Some of us are, but some of yall are willing to start the fight, egg it on, get it started, and then you sit back and watch it all unfold, just as long as you dont have to fight it.

With ya’lls attitudes, I dont see a whole lot of difference between the lot of you and Osama Bin Laden. After all, he hated America, railed against America, and then sent someone else to fight and die, attacking America.

I am printing out this page, so that no one can take my statements out of context, and screenshots as well. I dont and wont count on any sort of honesty out of the lot of you. The same exact way I would not trust Osama Bin Laden.

Nunya Biznis on November 7, 2009 at 5:22 am

Jew Chick said.

“So much for the liberal’s cause to introduce diversity into the military.”

Hell, after almost 7 years of our troops being at war in total, and the numerous and prolonged deployments we have served due to the 2nd war that we expended manpower, resources and treasure to fight, I know that the troops would be happy if even a quaarter of the 70 percent of people that said that they supported the Iraq war at the start, would get themselves, their kids, and grandkids down to a recruiting statiion to sign up, pick up a weapon.

Come on folks, you can give all of our soldiers the REAL SUPPORT that they need.

Someone to take their place if for just a little while.

Anyone here willing ?

I didnt think so.

Nunya Biznis on November 7, 2009 at 5:31 am

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