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Teabagger bombing plot foiled

While his motives are as yet unknown, there's a good chance this fellow was upset over the health care bill.

World Cup bomb plot detailed by al-Qaeda suspect

An alleged al-Qaeda militant detained in Iraq has given details about a plan he had to attack the World Cup in South Africa next month.

The Saudi man, Abdullah Azam Saleh al-Qahtani, told reporters he had suggested an attack on the Dutch and Danish teams in revenge for cartoons drawn of the Prophet Muhammad.

That's what he's saying now, but we should withhold judgment until it's clear there's no evidence of mortgage foreclosure or anti-Obama sentiment nestled somewhere in his past. It's what Eric Holder would want us to do.

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Comments (19)

Wasn't this guy let go from... (Below threshold)

Wasn't this guy let go from Gitmo in 2009?

Probably pushed over the ed... (Below threshold)

Probably pushed over the edge by Arizona's RACIST! law. Right Lee?

Obviously a Palin supporter... (Below threshold)
Jay Guevara:

Obviously a Palin supporter.

Well he is wearing a RED sh... (Below threshold)

Well he is wearing a RED shirt. Or is that 'profiling'?

Only if you're a Star Trek ... (Below threshold)

Only if you're a Star Trek nerd.

Everyone knows the Redshirt that beams down with the landing party is toast. Burnt, crunchy toast.

What the heck is it with th... (Below threshold)

What the heck is it with these Southern Baptists??? Oh wait, it's right there in the name.

Well, obviously he was quit... (Below threshold)
Tsar Nicholas II:

Well, obviously he was quite upset that Cheney and Rove unleashed that oil spill in the Gulf.

He was driven to his bomb p... (Below threshold)

He was driven to his bomb plot by the unkind responses to Lee Ward in the previous thread.

In other news, looks like a... (Below threshold)
jim x:

In other news, looks like an islamofascist tried to blow up a mosque in Florida.


"He was driven to his bomb ... (Below threshold)

"He was driven to his bomb plot by the unkind responses to Lee Ward in the previous thread."

JUST the previous thread? Either a new guy to Wizbang or he must be a "moderate" jihadist then.

"In other news, looks like ... (Below threshold)

"In other news, looks like an islamofascist tried to blow up a mosque in Florida."

You'll note it's immediately labeled a "hate crime". Whereas 9/11 was 'a political statement'.


There goes his dreams of ka... (Below threshold)

There goes his dreams of kama sutra sex with an untortured sm lib sutra

Be funny except that it'll ... (Below threshold)

Be funny except that it'll be the death of us!

And of our beloved fraternal republic and of the very Judeo-Christian/Western/Human Civilization that has long long long owed us its very existence.

Atty Gen. Eric Holder state... (Below threshold)

Atty Gen. Eric Holder stated, "Early reports indicate that it may have been the lack of a Government Option in Obamacare which might have possibly been one of the several types of things that could have maybe motivated someone to engage in this type of behavior; but I'm just basing this on what I overheard in the men's bathroom."

Considering the recurrent t... (Below threshold)

Considering the recurrent theme in a lot of U.S. mosques where radical clerics promote jihadism, which is a form of retroactive abortion, can anyone confirm that Eric Rudolph is still securely locked up?

jimx is quite pleased with ... (Below threshold)

jimx is quite pleased with himself, isn't he? I drive past that mosque everyday to and from work and each day I listen to the local morning and afternoon news to and from work. There have been no new developments reported on this since it happened. No one knows who did it or why. It hasn't stopped CAIR from screaming bloody murder at every news organization under the sun for not headlining it even though there's nothing to report. We'll know soon enough if they catch someone.

Is it possibly a "hate crime"? Yeah. There's some pretty heated debate going on right now because the Mayor has nominated the ex-chairman of CAIR, Pervez Achmed, to the local Human Rights Council. For those of you who don't know, Mr. Achmed has defended Hamas and Hizballah in the past. And even the mayor (for whom I voted for his first term, but not his second) has added fuel to the fire intimating that those opposed to the nomination are racist by invoking the internment of the Japanese and 1960's lynchings. Putz.

I wouldn't be surprised if someone did it to be hateful, but I also wouldn't be surprised if it was a stunt by one of their own to draw attention to them.

We'll see.

"but I also wouldn't be sur... (Below threshold)

"but I also wouldn't be surprised if it was a stunt by one of their own to draw attention to them."

Wouldn't be the first time the liberal left has pulled a stunt like that.

Forgot to add:Why ... (Below threshold)

Forgot to add:

Why is it that when someone 'stages' a "hate crime" for some political reason - they are never prosecuted for "a hate crime"?

Jim X one small difference ... (Below threshold)

Jim X one small difference here, no one is dancing in the streets and proclaiming their support for this action are they, 2ond small difference this a-hole will be hunted down if at all possible and put in jail. We don't tolerate that shit here.






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