March 8, 2007, - 10:44 am

Surprise, Surprise: Another Muslim American Soldier Targets Americans

Next time Muslim propagandists tell you that so many Muslims (and it’s not that many) are joining are armed forces, keep in mind that that’s hardly a sign of patriotism for them. It might be, instead, a way to get top secret info and target our troops from within.
I’ve written about a long list of very loyal Muslim American soldiers . . . very loyal to the jihad. And the latest is Paul R. Hall a/k/a Hassan Abujihaad (“Father of the Holy War”). He supports Bin Laden and the attack on the U.S.S. Cole. And, yesterday, he was arrested and charged with taking part in a conspiracy to kill American military personnel by giving suspected terrorists info aobut American ship movements in 2001.
And guess who Abujihaad’s roommate was? None other than Derrick Shareef, who was arrested in December for planNing to use grenades to attack an Illinois mall. And guess to whom he turned to defend him? CAIR. AS Gomer Pyle would say, surprise, surprise.

More from The Arizona Republic:

PHOENIX – A former U.S. sailor was arrested Wednesday on charges that he took part in a conspiracy to kill military personnel by giving suspected terrorists information about American ship movements in the Middle East in 2001.
Hassan Abujihaad, 31, who served aboard the destroyer USS Benfold from 1998 to 2002, also allegedly sent e-mails to a terrorist website, according to the Justice Department. The e-mails applauded Osama bin Laden and praised al-Qaeda’s attack on the USS Cole in Yemen in 2000.
Abujihaad, formerly known as Paul Hall, was arrested in Phoenix, FBI spokeswoman Deb McCarley said. He will be sent to Connecticut to face charges in federal court.
According to court records, Abujihaad linked up by Internet with British nationals Babar Ahmad and Syed Talha Ahsan through a London organization known as Azzam Publications. Ahmad and Ahsan also are under federal indictment. The government says Azzam had an intelligence and fundraising role in terrorism.
Scotland Yard agents searched Ahmad’s residence in 2003 and found classified information about a Navy battle group. According to court records, Abujihaad had sent detailed intelligence from the Benfold to Azzam in 2001, nine months after the Cole attack, which killed 17 sailors.
Abujihaad’s messages allegedly said the battle group would pass through the entrance to the Persian Gulf, in 19 days, adding: “They have nothing to stop a small craft with RPG (rocket-propelled grenade) etc. except their Seals’ stinger missiles ‚Ķ Please destroy message.”
Abujihaad received an honorable discharge from the Navy in 2002, according to an FBI affidavit. Abujihaad’s alleged role was first reported in news media 27 months ago, but no charges were filed at the time. Thomas Carson, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney in Connecticut, wouldn’t comment on what delayed the indictment.
In December, the case against Abujihaad apparently received a boost after the arrest of Derrick Shareef, 22, of Genoa, Ill. Shareef, who lived with Abujihaad in 2004, was accused of planning to use grenades to attack a mall. An informer who became acquainted with Shareef helped the FBI set up a sting against Abujihaad.
Amid reports in 2004 of Ahmad’s arrest, Abujihaad turned to the Council on American-Islamic Relations for support. Deedra Abboud, then executive director at the council’s Arizona office, said at the time that Abujihaad told her he sent e-mails critical of U.S. foreign policy to Azzam, but denied divulging classified information.

Yup. Muslim soldiers serving in our armed forces are just sooooo patriotic . . . just not to America.

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17 Responses

Never trust a muzlum. Their cult demands that they deceive the infidel.

Thee_Bruno on March 8, 2007 at 11:31 am

Really, Surprise, surprise, surprise! Until this country outlaws this ridiculous cult, we shall never have total security. Racist bigotry? Hardly, just good practical sense. Besides since cults cross all walks of life, this isn’t racism.

warpmine on March 8, 2007 at 12:01 pm

There is no place in our military for Muslims. It’s impossible–a Muslim cannot be loyal to the US if he’s following his religion. I blame Bush for allowing this insanity to go on. By saying repeatedly that Islam is a religion of peace he’s done serious damage to our country.

lexi on March 8, 2007 at 12:38 pm

Lexi, there is not much Bush can do about it. If he tried, the Media, the ACLU, and the Democrats would have a fit.

Burt on March 8, 2007 at 1:18 pm

This type of treason only emphasizes the need for your web site, Michelle’s, etc. People need to see and hear what these people are all about. All anyone needs to see, is the comparison between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and can easily view a comparison by googling “the fall of islam” (I refuse to capitalize it). people who don’t recongnize the koran for what it really is are truly uneducated. It is a manual for waging war, pillaging, looting, extortion, and murder. Love is not the theme as posed in the Torah or the Bible. Capitulation and intimidation IS.

FreeAmerican on March 8, 2007 at 1:25 pm

Someone correct me if I am wrong but isnt treason during wartime a capital ie death penalty offense??? Oh, I know the arguement will be that we are not in a “formally declared” war but is this truly the only legal obstacle to sending a message that sorely needs to be sent?

DetectiveMoose on March 8, 2007 at 2:21 pm

Bush isn’t and hasn’t tried to do anything about it because to him THERE IS NO PROBLEM to be dealt with.
He has not even IDENTIFIED it in his brain as a problem or I hope there would be some action on his part to solve it. THAT IS THE REAL PROBLEM WE ARE DEALING WITH!!!!

Theawakenedone on March 8, 2007 at 2:46 pm

I agree with Burt, but for a slightly different reason. I wouldn’t be surprised if there have been at least ten traitors who have been caught that were to be shot. The lawyers on both sides strike a deal. There it is. I believe that the plea bargain has reached even treason. What a sad state we’re in. It would send such a powerful message to all traitors and seditionists if we just stood this mook up against a wall and shot him for treason.

FreeAmerican on March 8, 2007 at 3:14 pm

Because the media, ACLU, etc. would have a fit Bush should be intimidated? That is precisely when we NEED leadership. Islam is incompatible with our way of life.

lexi on March 8, 2007 at 4:31 pm

Unfortunately, El Presidente Bush is and has been a little to cozy to the largest exporter of the cult on the planet, the House of Saud located in the heart of Arabia.

warpmine on March 8, 2007 at 3:11 pm

I read one news piece that said that the max he can get is 20 years. That doesn’t sound to me like they are charging him with Treason.
I hope the report was wrong. If this isn’t treason, then I really don’t understand the word.

Highrise on March 9, 2007 at 1:40 am

Hassan Abujihaad deserves to be executed, but remember that he’s an ex-sailor whose crime was to have been committed in 2001! This means that the Muslims serving in the military right now are patriots. Out of the 3000+ dead US military personnel, does anyone here know if any of them were Muslims? If so, shouldn’t their stories be told too?

Norman Blitzer on March 9, 2007 at 6:08 am

Not to quibble Debbie but he was an American Sailor(Navy) and not Soldier(Army).
I appreciate the great work you do. Too bad Sean Vanity couldn’t give you your props, but WE know where it comes from.

101stAirborneVeteran on March 9, 2007 at 11:21 am

I was stationed with Abujihaad on the USS benfold from 99-01 and when i read this on the internet the other day not only was i shocked as hell, but i felt really betrayed because i would have never imagined that he would be willing to put all of our lives in danger like he did!! It really pisses me off to read some of the e-mails that he sent to terrorists organizations!! And the other guy they arrested use to come to our ship all the time, so they could “go pray” at the mosque, now that i think about it..they probably were plotting some cowardly acts then. For him to praise the bombing of the USS Cole knowing that 17 shipmates were killed for no reason at just disgusting to me and i hope he rots in prison, because that is not cool.

krazykell on March 10, 2007 at 2:52 pm


agnosticpakistani on March 11, 2007 at 12:02 am

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