Taqiyya: FBI Claims No Indication Chattanooga Shooter was Inspired by Islamic State

On Friday, Federal Bureau of Investigation special agent Ed Reinhold claimed that there was no indication that Chattanooga jihadist Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez was inspired by the Islamic State.

OK, for those who don’t understand taqiyyah, please click here. I don’t have time to go over it again. It’s simply deception. Remember, our government has been infiltrated by Islamists from the Muslim Brotherhood now for years and it’s all to achieve their written goals of destroying America.

House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul (R-TX) claimed that in his judgment, the attacks were “ISIS inspired.”

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“The targets are identical to the targets called by ISIS to attack,” he said.

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The Blaze reported:

The FBI official added that it appeared some of the firearms used were purchased illegally. Reinhold said Abdulazeez was armed with at least two rifles and a handgun.

We know that tweets from someone attempting to speak on behalf of the Islamic State sent out the following tweets concerning the attack. The first tweet occurred after the attack, while the second one occurred almost simultaneously.

 Taqiyya: FBI Claims No Indication Chattanooga Shooter was Inspired by Islamic State


 Taqiyya: FBI Claims No Indication Chattanooga Shooter was Inspired by Islamic State

It could be that the person who sent the tweets, which were alleged at first to have been sent prior to the attacks, simply wanted to claim credit for the attack. However, forget the Islamic State for a moment. There is no denying that Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez was inspired in his attacks by Islam… and that is the most important thing to catch here.

 Taqiyya: FBI Claims No Indication Chattanooga Shooter was Inspired by Islamic State

The Daily Beast reported on his writings at his blog site:

The first post was entitled “A Prison Called Dunya,” referring to the temporal world. In it, Abdulazeez uses the hypothetical example of a prisoner who is told he would be given a test that would either take him out of his earthly prison—or send him into a more restrictive environment.

“I would imagine that any sane person would devote their time to mastering the information on the study guide and stay patient with their studies, only giving time for the other things around to keep themselves focused on passing the exam,” Abdulazeez wrote. “They would do this because they know and have been told that they will be rewarded with pleasures that they have never seen.”

This life is that test, he wrote, “designed to separate the inhabitants of Paradise from the inhabitants of Hellfire.”

The second post is called “Understanding Islam: The Story of the Three Blind Men.” It suggests Abdulazeez felt his fellow Muslims had a “certain understanding of Islam and keep a tunnel vision of what we think Islam is.”

He uses the example of blind men who feel an elephant but can’t quite tell what the creature is. He says Muslims have a similar understanding of the earliest companions of the Prophet Muhammad. That they were “like priests living in monasteries is not true,” he says; rather they were “toward the end of the lives were either a mayor of a town, governor of a state, or leader of an army at the frontlines.”

“We ask Allah to make us follow their path,” Abdulazeez wrote. “To give us a complete understanding of the message of Islam, and the strength the live by this knowledge, and to know what role we need to play to establish Islam in the world.”

A July 13 post stated that “life is short and bitter” and that Muslims should not let “the opportunity to submit to Allah … pass you by.”

Indeed, following in the path of Muhammad would account for his Islamic terrorism; and submission to the devil of Islam is cruel and unforgiving.

In all of this it appears that the federal government is completely impotent to identify the enemy of America, Islam. I’m not talking about the myth of radical Islam, but simply Islam. Every convert to Islam is a potential jihadi bomb ready to detonate.

Even the man in the White House is suspect as everything he does oozes Islam.

In fact, the day of the jihad attack, imam Obama made this disgusting tweet:

If that wasn’t enough, Obama waited nearly an hour and a half and finally posted this:

Now, I want to pose a sobering question to those in our military who took an oath to uphold the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. It’s a soul searching question that each one of you must answer and act on. How much longer will you allow the domestic, Marxist-Islamo, Islamic State building terrorist to occupy the people’s house before you act? And for those who have not taken such an oath, how much longer will we allow the same usurper-in-chief to engage in his criminal activities?

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