Archive | April 19, 2013

The Boston Bombers — Why Americans Are Clueless

By Theodore Shoebat A manhunt for Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev still continues on; his brother Tamerlan, was killed in a shootout. Both are from Chechnya, a fact which will be sparking more interest in two very significant regions of the Muslim world which has not received the attention they deserve: the Balkans and the Caucasus. While […]

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So Who Inspired Tamerlan Tsarnaev?

Walid Shoebat Besides the ‘drug addicts’ who carried out the Jihadist operation at the Boston marathon, I am more interested in the ‘drug pusher’ who inspired Tamelan Tsarnev, one of the two Jihadists behind the Boston bombings. If you’re interested in figures who may have inspired him, check out his YouTube channel. A favorite seems […]

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Report: Alharbi visited by Michelle Obama in Hospital

Okaz, the same prominent Saudi newspaper, that published photos of Abdul Rahman Ali Issa Al-Salimi Al-Harbi in the hospital after the Boston marathon bombings, is now reporting that the Saudi national was also visited by the first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama during his hospital stay. Here is a screen shot from the […]

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Report: “Innocent” Saudi was up for Visa Revocation

Yesterday, terrorism expert Steve Emerson reported that the now infamous Saudi national Abdul Rahman Ali Al-Harbi, who was briefly a ‘person of interest’ in the Boston marathon bombings, was scheduled for deportation next Tuesday. A spokesman for ICE attempted to debunk this charge, which would seemingly discredit Emerson. But alas, the government has been racking up quite […]

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Is God Listening To Boston’s Prayers?

By Theodore Shoebat With tolerance comes weakness before the presence of evil, and before the violence and havoc of Islam and Leftism. Lets look at an example of this. When the Boston explosions erupted, shortly after the New York Post reported that “authorities have identified a suspect, a Saudi national”. In a short time, the […]

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