Florida, Miami – Adnan Shukrijumah who lived in the US for 15 years, gathered enough intelligence to garner Al Qaeda’s approval. He’s taken the place of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed

This is NOT home grown.

This is cultivated through the avenues of Islam.

Our government has no MORALITY.

The illegitimate logic is that Freedom of Religion is the ability to practice your RELIGION ANY way you choose.  This is an illegitimate and illogical argument.  The RELIGION of ISLAM is not able to dislodge from it the fact that it is a GOVERNMENT.  Therefore, Islam can’t be treated as a RELIGION on it’s face.  That is the first point.  The second point is that this religion is EXCLUSIVE.  No other major religion on earth is EX-clusive.  This is a problem in the WEST.  The WESTERN democracy and republic is build on plurality.  This RELIGION, since it is exclusion AND a form of government, is not able to co-exist with ANYTHING other than it self.  This means that it must overtake anything that doesn’t conform to IT.  Any country WILLINGLY embracing this, MUST THEREFORE, RELINQUISH IT’S OWN SOVEREIGNTY TO ISLAM.

A country that embraces Freedom of Religion that embraces a non Pluralistic Religion, such as Islam, is a country that has given up to ISLAM and a Caliphate will be established.  That Freedom will no longer be viable once Islam is established as the Religion and therefore the GOVERNMENT of that country.  In this case the US.

This is an invasion.  The GOVERNMENT of ISLAM and it’s people are here to convert YOU.  They will do this through numbers first.

Then they will establish sharia.  Then they will use sharia to bend the will of the people.

The argument for FREEDOM of ANYTHING only works when the argument is amongst civilizations with similar VALUES.  ISLAM is not arguing.  It is invading.

The MAD theory is dead too.  It has the same problem with the same reasons for the illegitimacy  of the argument.

New al Qaeda chief lived in U.S. for years

Familiarity with America seen as a problem by FBI agent
Adnan Shukrijumah, 35, is a suspected al Qaeda operative who lived for more than 15 years in the U.S. The FBI says he has become chief of the terror network's global operations. (FBI via Associated Press)

Adnan Shukrijumah, 35, is a suspected al Qaeda operative who lived for more than 15 years in the U.S. The FBI says he has become chief of the terror network's global operations. (FBI via Associated Press)

MIAMI | A suspected al Qaeda operative who lived for more than 15 years in the U.S. has become chief of the terror network’s global operations, the FBI says, marking the first time a leader so intimately familiar with American society has been placed in charge of planning attacks.

Adnan Shukrijumah, 35, has taken over a position once held by 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, who was captured in 2003, Miami-based FBI counterterrorism agent Brian LeBlanc told theAssociated Press in an exclusive interview. That puts him in regular contact with al Qaeda‘s senior leadership, including Osama bin Laden,Mr. LeBlanc said.

Shukrijumah and two other leaders were part of an “external operations council” that designed and approved terrorism plots and recruits, but his two counterparts were killed in U.S. drone attacks, leaving Shukrijumahas the de facto chief and successor to Mohammed — his former boss.

“He’s making operational decisions is the best way to put it,” said Mr. LeBlanc, the FBI‘s lead Shukrijumah investigator. “He’s looking at attacking the U.S. and other Western countries. Basically through attrition, he has become his old boss.”

The FBI has been searching for Shukrijumah since 2003. He is thought to be the only al Qaeda leader to have once held permanent U.S.resident status.

Shukrijumah was named earlier this year in a federal indictment as a conspirator in the case against three men accused of plotting suicide bomb attacks on New York’s subway system in 2009. The indictment marked the first criminal charges against Shukrijumah, who previously had been sought only as a witness.

Shukrijumah is also suspected of playing a role in plotting of potential al Qaeda bomb attacks in Norway and a never-executed attack on subways in the United Kingdom, but Mr. LeBlanc said no direct link has yet emerged. Travel records and other evidence also indicateShukrijumah did research and surveillance in spring 2001 for a never-attempted plot to disrupt commerce in the Panama Canal by sinking a freighter there, Mr. LeBlanc said.

Shukrijumah, who trained at al Qaeda‘s Afghanistan camps in the late 1990s, was labeled a “clear and present danger” to the U.S. in 2004 by then-Attorney General John Ashcroft. The U.S. is offering a $5 million reward for information leading to his capture and the FBI also is releasing an age-enhanced photo of what he may look like today.

It’s natural he would focus on attacking the U.S.Mr. LeBlanc said.

“He knows how the system works. He knows how to get a driver’s license. He knows how to get a passport,” Mr. LeBlanc said.

Shukrijumah‘s mother, Zurah Adbu Ahmed, said Thursday on the front stoop of her small home in suburban Miramar, Fla., that her son frequently talked about what he considered the excesses of American society — such as alcohol and drug abuse and women wearing skimpy clothing — but that he did not condone violence. She also said she has not had contact with her son for several years.

“This boy would never do evil stuff. He is not an evil person,” she said. “He loved this country. He never had a problem with the United States.”

Mr. LeBlanc said the new charges were brought after the New York subway bomb suspects identified him to investigators as their al Qaedasuperior. The New York suspects provided other key information about his al Qaeda status.

“It was basically Adnan who convinced them to come back to the United States and do this attack,” Mr. LeBlanc said. “His ability to manipulate someone like that and direct that, I think it speaks volumes.”

Before turning to radical strains of Islam, Shukrijumah lived in Miramar, Fla., with his mother and five siblings, excelling at computer science and chemistry courses while studying at community college. He had come to southern Florida in 1995 when his father, a Muslim cleric and missionary trained in Saudi Arabia, decided to take a post at a Florida mosque after several years at a mosque in Brooklyn, N.Y.

At some point in the late 1990s, according to the FBIShukrijumahbecame convinced that he must participate in “jihad,” or holy war, to fight perceived persecution against Muslims in places like Chechnya and Bosnia.

That led to training camps in Afghanistan, where he underwent basic and advanced training in the use of automatic weapons, explosives, battle tactics, surveillance and camouflage.

• AP writer Adam Goldman contributed to this report.


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