Thirty of 31 terrorists on FBI’s most wanted list are Muslim
May 2, 2013 by Michael Dorstewitz 14 Comments
Thirty out of 31 of the FBI’s most wanted terrorists are not Vietnam or Iraq War veterans. They’re not Christian fundamentalists, nor are they NRA gun nuts. Those 30 are in actuality Muslims, waging their own particular war of terror against the American way of life.
Topping the list is Abd Al Aziz Awda who was indicted on 53 counts in a federal court in Tampa stemming from racketeering activities such as bombings, murders, extortions, and money laundering. Like all on the FBI’s list, he should be considered armed and dangerous.
Also included is Hakimullah Mehsud, wanted for his alleged involvement in the Dec. 30, 2009 bombing of a U.S. military installation in Afghanistan.
There are 29 other terrorists on the FBI’s list, 28 of whom are Islamic extremists bent on waging jihad against the United States. President Obama appears oblivious to this, however.
Americans knew which way the wind was blowing in the earliest days of the Obama administration. There was no more “War on Terror.” It was now an overseas contingency operation, whatever that means, and this fact alone should tell us all we have a president looking at the world through rose-colored glasses lacking a firm grip on reality.
What’s worse, he could not, and cannot to this day use the terms “Islamic” or “Muslim” to describe the words, “terrorist” or “extremist.”
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano was a quick study and picked up on this theme and ran with it.
In April of 2009, she distributed a document warning law enforcement agencies to be especially wary of “rightwing extremist activity” supplemented by disgruntled war veterans, according to The Washington Times.
“It may include groups and individuals that are dedicated to a single-issue, such as opposition to abortion or immigration,” the warning said.
Also on her list were those Bible-thumping Christian fundamentalists.
Political correctness is, in and of itself, problematic. When one is prevented from accurately describing thoughts, ideas and events out of fear of hurting someone else’s feelings — either real or imaginary — brings the free exchange of information to a standstill. When one carries political correctness to an extreme where reality is distorted, if not wholly discounted, society is in real trouble.
And what about that single terrorist on the FBI list who is not Muslim. Is he a returning war vet, Christian fundamentalist or “end of the world” survivalist? He’s none of the above.
His name is Daniel A. San Diego, and he’s an extreme “green weenie” environmental terrorist. That’s right — he’s an Al Gore acolyte.
Read the FBI’s list of its most wanted terrorists. http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/wanted_ter...-group-listing