Sunday, January 28, 2007

Storm Track Infiltration: Financial Jihad in Dearbornistan

So what’s new in our most Muslim of US cities? Debbie Schlussel reports on a financial jihad scheme in Dearbornistan.

When I first heard news reports in the Detroit media that an area man was caught with $240,000 worth of counterfeit Nikes, I figured the man must be a Muslim and wondered whether the media would mention his name. It's well known that counterfeit items--especially counterfeit cigarettes, rolling papers, and apparel--fund terrorism. In the Detroit area, the counterfeit items--including designer perfumes, viagra, and batteries--have been traced to Hezbollah funding schemes. But they also are linked to funds for HAMAS and Al-Qaeda.

Nike is enraged that such a thing is happening with their product. Right? Nope, the little dhimmis are fooled again.

Read the rest at The Gathering Storm.

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