Friday, December 11, 2009

Pakistani Police Arrest Five American Jihadist

The recent arrest of five American Muslims in Pakistan points out whats seems to be a growing trend, more and more Muslims in this country are becoming radicalized. This leads one to ask what is happening in the Muslim communities throughout this country. Are these young men being converted to Jihad in the hundreds of mosque that dot the American landscape, are they being turned to radicalism by their parents or friends, or is there something far more frightening at work here; are the actual words of the Koran leading these men to the gates of hell and not to the paradise its promises.

These latest converts to radicalism were not from some down trodden group, but rather students at some of our finest universities with one being a dental student. Some of the parents of these young students had contacted CAIR when they realized their sons were missing, and that organization put then in contact with the FBI and got them lawyers---they will need them!

These would be jihadist had gone to Pakistan with the hope of joining up with al Qaeda for the express purpose of fighting and killing Americans in the war in Afghanistan. Yes, these young men were born in this country and are legally Americans, but they are unAmerican in their thoughts and deeds, and by going as far as they did in what became a failed attempt to join up with al Qaeda they are guilty of treason and should be treated as traitors. It is fortunate that the Pakistani's got them over there, for if they had been arrested in this country there is a good possibility that the truth would have never surfaced about their intentions. The Pakistani have a way of getting information, a avenue that is now closed to American interrogators thanks to BHO. At the time of this post the government of Pakistan has not charged the five, but has indicated the students jihadists have confessed their intentions. Presently Pakistan has no intentions of deporting the young men back to this country. That is wonderful for we don't want them back. Let Pakistan handle this with a short trial and speedy justice, something that's missing in our judicial system. Read complete story.
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