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Saturday, January 23, 2010

Note the date of the incident at school:

A Connecticut man found trespassing Wednesday [January 20th, 2010]

The following SaudiArabia.com report, posted online on Jan. 19th, dated coincides with that date and might be related:


Blast kills 3 terrorists

RIYADH: A former Guantanamo prisoner and two other terrorists from Saudi Arabias most-wanted list were killed in an explosion in September, Interior Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Mansour Al-Turki said Monday.
The three have been identified as former detainee Fahd Saleh Suleiman Al-Jutaily as well as Mohammed Abdul Rahman Suleiman Al-Rashed and Sultan Radi Somaileel Al-Otaibi. All three were in their late 20s.
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Blogger jeppo said...



Pasto, did you see this NY Times article about CJ and the "Vlaams Belang blog war"?

Saturday, January 23, 2010 5:04:00 pm  
Blogger Pastorius said...

I had actually just finished reading it when I saw your comment.

It's a good article, in my opinion.

I have read that Charles disagrees with it.

One thing I really appreciated in the article was that the author alluded to the fact that Charles Johnson banned people from his site, not for things they had written, but for having participated in forums in which he was criticized.

I was banned at LGF because I left comments at Discarded Lies. Charles wrote an email to me telling me something like, "If you hang out with people like that, I don't want you at my site." If I recall correctly, he even alluded to the fact that what he didn't like about them was that they criticized him in an obnoxious manner (and they did).


Saturday, January 23, 2010 5:10:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is also interesting to note that the road this school is on is Route 9W, also known as Highland Ave. - which coincidentally splits into Broadway & Crescent . Yes, that's a silly stretch, but noted, none the less. To verify, use zillow with zip 10968 for aerial view of area. The convenience store is located in the opposite direction of the fork in the road.

Abdulrahim is allegedly from Bridgeport CT, which does have a significant muslim presence and with it the recorded displays of piety:

Becker Altayeb sentenced to 18 yrs. after having stabbed Imam Farid Alzoubi in the chest outside a local mosque

". . .In 2007, Altayeb was convicted of dousing his wife with gasoline and threatening to set her on fire. He received probation in that case.
In January 2007, Altayeb's wife, Cari, was arrested on terrorism charges after she was nabbed allegedly sprinkling a white powder outside the offices of the state Department of Children and Families on Middle Street. Police closed off the area of downtown until it was determined the white substance was salt, supposedly a sign of good luck. The charges against the wife were later dropped. . ."

I will be following this hearing in February. I would hope this story gets much wider coverage between now and then. Every school should be on high alert with tightened security.

In this case, Abdulrahim looked suspicious and out of place, and was addressed by this school's alert principal immediately.

The next attempt may not appear so obvious. Consider the following report from ABC

U.S. Agents Told Women Believed Connected to Al Qaeda May Have Western Appearance and Passports

and contemplate the dangers that lie ahead.

Glad to see you posted this article. Hope you have a following that will seed-the-net (blog burst) to alert every parent and school to be much more alert.

Saturday, January 23, 2010 9:39:00 pm  
Blogger Epaminondas said...

This is about 2 miles from my sister in law in Rivervale, and 1/2 mile from their synagogue

Saturday, January 23, 2010 10:47:00 pm  
Blogger Pastorius said...

Does your sis-in-law understand the Jihadist threat?

If not, maybe she will now.

Sunday, January 24, 2010 1:34:00 am  

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