Here we go again with the establishment media and Biden administration covering up Islamist terrorism after a hostage-taking at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas.
Authorities have identified the hostage-taker as British Muslim, Malik Faisal Akram, who apparently flew from the UK to Dallas-Ft. Worth airport and attacked the Colleyville synagogue because it was closest to the airport. His goal was to obtain the release of Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani woman convicted of terrorism-related charges.
According to an Associated Press report, the FBI said that the man who held hostages for hours inside the Texas Jewish center was specifically focused on an issue not directly connected to the Jewish community.
FBI Special Agent in Charge Matt DeSarno said there was no immediate indication that the man who took several people hostage in the center in Texas had connections to any broader plan relating to antisemitism.
A law enforcement official earlier told the AP that the hostage-taker demanded the release of Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist suspected of having ties to al-Qaida.
Cutting through all the weasel words from the media and the FBI, here’s the real story about who and what the terrorist attack in Colleyville, Texas, a suburb, just 3.5 miles from the Dallas-Ft. Worth airport, was all about.
Aafia Siddiqui is not just “suspected” of having ties to al-Qaeda. Siddiqui, AKA Lady Al-Qaeda, is a Pakistani Muslim currently serving 86 years at the Federal Medical Center Carswell, part of a prison in Fort Worth, for the attempted murder of American troops and FBI agents.
After becoming increasingly interested in Islam and jihad, Siddiqui began to attract the attention of the FBI when she and her husband bought $10,000 worth of body armor, night-vision goggles and militant manuals such as Fugitive, Advanced Fugitive, The Anarchist’s Arsenal and How to Make C-4.
After coming to America on a student visa and receiving advanced degrees from MIT and Brandeis. She later divorced her first husband, whom she married in America in an arranged marriage, and moved back to Pakistan, where she remarried Ammar Al-Baluchi, the nephew of 9/11 architect Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and moved to the country’s border with Afghanistan to provide medical aid to Taliban militants fighting against the U.S.
Siddiqui was ultimately arrested in Ghazni, Afghanistan, by US Army troops and FBI agents. The UK’s Daily Mail reported the Pakistani-born neuroscientist was found with two kilos of poison sodium cyanide and plans for chemical attacks on New York's Brooklyn Bridge and the Empire State Building. During her questioning, Siddiqui picked up one of the soldiers’ rifles and fired two shots at them, shouting “Allah Akbar,” The New York Times reported. The soldiers successfully disarmed her.
Siddiqui was convicted by a federal jury in 2010, but the Council on American-Islamic Relations, has continued to advocate for her release claiming she is innocent.
At the conclusion of the hostage drama President Joe Biden issued a statement promising to "stand against anti-Semitism and against the rise of extremism in this country."
The useless generic euphemism “extremism” is the word Democrats always use to equate Islamism, Sharia supremacy and jihad with domestic political movements they don’t like.
"There is more we will learn in the days ahead about the motivations of the hostage taker," Biden added.
We don’t need days to figure out what the hostage taker’s motivations were, he said them right out loud.
As usual, you can’t square what Biden says with the facts on the ground; the FBI says the hostage-taker was specifically focused on an issue not directly connected to the Jewish community, but Biden alleges the terrorist’s motivation was anti-Semitism.
What Biden and his Islamist-sympathizing allies in the media won’t say, and can’t say, is that anti-Semitism is a central tenet of the Islamist ideology. You can’t break-out anti-Semitism from jihad, because the jihadi believes that Jews and other unbelievers must be killed or converted to achieve the ummah or the worldwide rule and peace of Islam.
We are glad Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker and the worshippers at Congregation Beth Israel are safe, but until American leaders like Joe Biden recognize Islamists have declared war on the West and start fighting back, another attack like this is bound to happen.
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