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Intel Report Confirms NYC Ax Attacker Was a Muslim Jihadist With Connections to ISIS and al-Qaeda

Posted by sharia unveiled on November 11, 2014


CCTV footage of Muslim attacker.

by, Catherine Herridge | FNC

The suspect in the Oct. 23 hatchet attack on two New York City cops had been searching online for jihadist propaganda and foreign terror organizations — as well as information on martyrdom and suicide bombings — in the weeks leading up to the assault, according to a city counterterrorism bureau intelligence assessment obtained by Fox News.

While initial reporting from unnamed sources suggested Zale Thompson may have been motivated by anti-government or black power sentiments, the four-page document provides new details that speak to Thompson’s self-radicalization. They show his online obsession with the “message” of terror groups like Al Qaeda and the Islamic State.

The intelligence assessment, further, said he “may have held a long-standing interest in violent jihad.”

Video courtesy of: America Now

A preliminary analysis by the NYPD of approximately 277 online search terms by Zale Thompson in the weeks leading up to the attack revealed multiple references to ‘jihadist’ materials,” the assessment states. “Thompson used internet search engines to query specific terms including but not limited to ‘lone wolf,’ ‘jihad,’ and ‘jihad against the police’.”

The investigation is ongoing, and the report says “there is no evidence that Thompson conspired with other individuals to carry out the attack” — but it adds that his Internet searches were focused on known terrorist groups such as Al Qaeda, its affiliate in Somalia known as al-Shabaab, and the Islamic State. It also documents 58 search terms from Thompson’s electronic records that range from “jihad against the infidels” to “fatwa against americans” to “death to America in Arabic.”

The search history with terms such as “is Saudi Arabia a member of the United Nations” and “Saudi Arabic 69th general assembly un” also suggests Thompson may have considered targeting the annual U.N. conference and Saudi dignitaries.

The intelligence assessment includes an evidence photo from the crime scene where Thompson appeared to stalk the rookie cops, attacking them with the hatchet — before he was shot dead. A second ax and hunting knife from the suspect’s home were also pictured.

Officer Kenneth Healey, 25, suffered a severe head injury in the attack, and Officer Joseph Meeker, 24, was injured in the arm. Both are rookie officers.

Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., current member of the House Intelligence Committee and a former chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, noted that NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said the attack was terrorism soon after it happened. King said the assessment was pulled together and shared with police across the country after a similar ax attack in Washington, D.C. He said the document shows “it was not just one deranged person, but he was obsessed with Islamic terrorism.”

“This was jihadist inspired. Plain and simple,” said Frank Cilluffo, associate vice president and director of the Homeland Security Policy Institute of George Washington University. “He had so many search terms in this respect, I think it would be very difficult to suggest that it’s anything but.”

The intelligence assessment says there is no known link between the New York attack and the one in Washington on Oct. 31 — where the suspect swung an ax into the window of a police cruiser — but suggests the pattern of attacks on military and law enforcement, including recently against Canadian soldiers, cannot be ignored.

“As I understand it, NYPD is already instituting new actions, and new steps where instead of patrolling alone, they are going to have group patrols, and stay together even, even simple measures such as having lunch. They are hoping that people will stick together, so you can have two eyes and ears on potential threat,” Cilluffo said.

King said ISIS is recruiting individuals on the margins of society. “It shows the real necessity of having surveillance in neighborhoods,” he said. “It may not have prevented this attack. But the best way for the police to find out in advance about these potential threats is through informants and people in the community.”



Posted on 11 Nov 14 by Sharia1 Unveiled

Suit against NYPD asks that surveillance of Muslims based on faith be declared unconstitutional

Posted by Robert on June 7, 2012

Islamic jihadists murder and terrorize other people based on their faith, but it is not permissible for Infidel authorities to take that into account. By actions like this one, Islamic supremacists in the U.S. are determined to end all effective resistance to their jihad.

More on this story. “Suit against NYPD asks that surveillance of Muslims based on faith be declared unconstitutional,” by James Queally for The Star-Ledger, June 6 (thanks to Benedict):

NEWARK — The New York Police Department’s years-long surveillance of Muslim businesses and mosques throughout the Northeast denigrated the Islamic faith and violated the constitutional rights of countless Muslim-Americans, according to a federal lawsuit filed in Newark today.

The suit, which is the first legal challenge of the NYPD’s spy operations, could mark the beginning of a historical movement, said Farhana Khera, executive director of Muslim Advocates, the civil rights group filing the suit on behalf of several New Jersey residents.

“This lawsuit is perhaps the most important legal challenge brought to date by American Muslims,” Khera said.

The eight plaintiffs are all Muslims from New Jersey and include a U.S. Army reservist, a Newark business owner who served in Vietnam and the imams of several mosques who were targeted by the NYPD Surveillance and Demographics unit.

The suit is calling for a “declaratory judgment” which labels specific surveillance of Muslims based on faith unconstitutional, said Glenn Katon, the legal director for Muslim Advocates.

Katon is also seeking a court order prohibiting the NYPD from future surveillance of Muslims based on faith and the destruction of all records compiled by the NYPD during its spy operations.

“When the NYPD says all Muslims are suspects we have a clear case of government denigrating religion,” Katon said.

The OIC is trying to pressure Western countries to criminalize “denigration of religion.”

Katon said that while the lawsuit is focused on New Jersey residents, further legal action could involve New York residents as well.

Muslim Advocates considered including Newark police in the lawsuit, but ultimately there were too many conflicting reports about the extent of their involvement in NYPD operations in New Jersey.

All eight plaintiffs were New Jersey residents that were in one way or another watched during NYPD’s operations including at least two members of Rutgers’ Muslim Student Association.

In the month since the Associated Press released a 50-page document detailing the NYPD’s actions in Newark, several Muslim leaders in New Jersey have spoken out on the ways the report has had a “chilling effect” on the Muslim community.

“This is a blanket victimization of a suspect class,” said specialist Farhaj Hassan, a U.S. Army reservist and one of the plaintiffs. “I think this is what the pilgrims crossed the ocean to avoid.”

The suit comes two weeks after State Attorney Jeffrey Chiesa announced the completion of a three-month review into the NYPD’s actions in New Jersey. His office found New York investigators did nothing wrong or criminal, leaving many Muslim leaders in New Jersey to feel like the lawsuit was a last resort to vindicate themselves.

“They don’t have the right to spy and do surveillance on innocent people, on good citizens,” said Newark Imam Abdul Kareem Muhammad’

The NYPD could not be reached for comment immediately, but on Tuesday NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Public Information Paul Browne said, “I refer you to the New Jersey AG’s report and to the fact that NYPD activities in New Jersey were lawful, appropriate and in keeping with efforts there, in New York, and around the world to prevent terrorists from returning here to kill more New Yorkers.”


Posted on 7 Jun 12 by JihadWatch

[Funny, if you look at all the terrorist actions or plots in the last two decades, 85% or so were done by Islamic Muslims…the Muslim Brotherhood has vowed to take over America internally, they are taking over France, the UK, Belgium…Germany is having problems, as is Australia…and this is not mentioning that the fact the Muslim Brotherhood (which is made up of Islamic Muslims) is currently redoing the leadership of already “secular” Muslim countries…the ones that were friends with the US…they are putting up Islamic Centers everywhere, they are suing businesses for more “privileges” at work so they can pray, even after it is acceptable for them to miss two prayers during the day, as long as they make them up later, they sue and cause a ruckus so they can have foot baths, or not to have anti-Shari’a signs on their cabs, or billboards “offend” them…the Federal Government knows there are homegrown terror training camps, but the government doesn’t care (after all, Obama appears to be the Muslim Brotherhood’s Trojan horse in the White House like they have stated they will get one)…according to the Border Patrol, the vast majority of the illegals caught crossing over are Islamic Muslims…there are verified Hezbollah cells in Mexico (no wonder why Obama stopped Arizona from the crackdown on illegals, they were potentially Hezbollah operatives that he didn’t want stopped)…Persians (Iranians) have been caught scoping out various New York infrastructures…Persia (Iran) threatens to attack Islam’s “great satan” (America)…and when the NYPD performs surveillance on Islamic Centers and mosques…the enemy within complains and sues…too bad we didn’t do right after 9/11, what America did in 1941…made camps for the potential enemy in our borders in case they decided to wake from their sleeper cells and fight against America]

Well, it didn’t take 24 hours for Terrorist Front Group CAIR to start whining about the NYPD arresting yet another MUSLIM TERRORIST

Posted: November 22, 2011 | Author: barenakedislam


NY Muslim Leadership Council Issues Statement on Arrest of MUSLIM TERRORIST Jose Pimentel, by CAIR on Tuesday, November 22, 2011 at 12:39pm

A Statement from the Majlis Ash-Shura (Islamic Leadership Council) of Metropolitan New York, on the Arrest of Jose Pimentel

For Immediate Release Monday, November 21, 2011

Two days after Muslim leaders and activists convened by the Majlis Ash-Shura (Islamic Leadership Council) of Metropolitan N.Y. held a (November 18, 2011) prayer service and rally decrying the NYPD’s illegal, outrageous and completely inappropriate ethnic and religious-based mapping and surveillance of the New York Muslim community, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly have announced the arrest of an alleged “lone wolf terrorist” intent on taking innocent lives in a pipe bomb plot.

                          Jose Pimentel, Convert to Islam, Terrorist

It is worth noting that the individual described by both the Mayor and the Police Commissioner was apparently tracked and, ultimately, arrested because of his interest in bomb-making and the steps he allegedly took towards assembling an explosive device. Assuming this early version of the facts is accurate, it is worth noting how different that policing approach is from the NYPD/CIA program targeting our faith community, based not on suspicion of criminal conduct but on religion, race, ethnicity, and such legally protected activities as mosque attendance, enrollment in a Muslim school, or where one shops for food or has coffee or tea. (That’s right; all Muslims should be considered terror suspects. It’s only a matter of time until they have an outbreak of Sudden Jihad Syndrome)

                           Working on my kuffar-killing pipe bombs

Considering the long history in America of “lone wolf” assassins and terrorists of different ethnicities, political persuasions, and religious affiliations or none, on one hand we are glad whenever a wrong or evil is averted that would result in the taking of innocent human lives. The Islamic Leadership Council of Metropolitan New York continues to oppose all acts of terrorism – at home or abroad, whether by individuals, groups, or states.

On the other hand, we await the details of this particular arrest. We are waiting to determine the answers to the following questions (Nobody owes you answers to anything)– As we have already learned that there was a “confidential informant” involved in the case for some time, is this arrest yet another example of police generated entrapment schemes and plots? (Whenever a Muslim terrorist is arrested, the Muslim infiltrators always yell about entrapment. The FBI should be investigating the Muslims behind this press release)

   Authorities have been watching his every move since May 2009 and finally  cracked down on the al Qaeda supporter. He had been making pipe bombs and planned on unleashing his wrath on the city of New York by blowing up certain facilities and murdering U.S. soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.

What was the informant agent’s role in pushing the plot forward? Is the timing of today’s announcement purely coincidental or strategically convenient? Is the defendant mentally deficient or unstable in any way? How long was the NYPD monitoring the defendant’s online activities? Was the NYPD directly engaged in surveillance on the defendant in Schenectady? (How about, none of this is any of your [dern] business?)

Why were the federal authorities only at the “assessment” stage in this case, and did they decline to investigate or prosecute under federal laws? Time will tell. In the interim, we call on the independent media to ask serious and probing questions regarding the extent and nature of the threat posed by the accused. (Why just him? We’re equally interested in the threat posed by ALL Muslims)

  Joseph Zablocki. Esq? Hey, how come I don’t get me a JEW lawyer? This sucks.

In the meantime, the Majlis remains committed to combating domestic terrorism from within Muslim ranks, (CRAP!) while at the same time preserving the civil liberties and civil and human rights of Muslims, as with all Americans. (Muslims are NOT Americans)

88-29 161 STREET, JAMAICA, QUEENS, NY 11432

Posted on 22 Nov 11 by BNI

Feds Say Terror Case Hyped, NYPD Says It’s The Real Deal

Saturday, May 14, 2011

  • Firearms and inert grenade at the center of the NYPD terror sting (Bob Hennelly/WNYC)

WNYC has learned the lack of Federal participation in the high-profile case of two Queens men allegedly involved in a plot to blow up New York City synagogues and churches was related to concerns it was not a bona fide terrorism case.

Two Federal law enforcement sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly, said the FBI did not take the case of the two alleged Queens terrorists because the undercover operation was problematic and the end result was being over-hyped. They also expressed concern the case would ultimately not hold up in court as terrorism case. “Should guys that want to buy guns be off the street, absolutely,” one of the Federal officials said.

Deputy Police Commissioner Paul Browne rejected the Federal critique and said “When somebody acquires weapons  and plans to bomb the largest synagogue in Manhattan he can find, what do you call it, mischief?”

At the press conference announcing the arrests of Ahmed Ferhani and Mohamed Mamdouh, local officials said the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force had the right of first refusal on all terrorism cases, but had opted out of this one. Officials characterized the case as one involving a “pair of lone wolves” who were not part of a broader global terrorism conspiracy.

Both Federal and local terrorism officials have been increasingly concerned about the potential proliferation of such “home-grown” independent actors, like
Faisal Shahzad who tried to set off a car bomb in Time Square to avenge the death of Muslim civilians in US counter-terror strikes.

In this latest case, both young men have pleaded not guilty. They are being prosecuted by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance under a state terrorism statute passed in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks.

New York’s Federal Joint Terrorism Task Force is an elite and highly-regarded collaboration that includes some 300 investigators from the FBI, the NYPD and 50 other local and Federal agencies.

Over the years, there have been tensions between the FBI and the NYPD. The NYPD maintains its own sophisticated counter-terrorism unit and has a thousand officers committed to intelligence gathering and infrastructure protection. It also has detectives deployed in several major cities around the world.

Its intelligence unit draws on the NYPD’s unparalleled multi-racial and multi-lingual make-up. The long list of NYPD officers’ countries of origin reads almost like the attendance list at the UN General Assembly. With scores of officers who speak dozens of languages, including the strategic Middle Eastern ones, the NYPD also maintains robust counter-terrorism Internet monitoring.


Criminal defense attorney Allan Zegas worked on the elaborate Federal missile sting case that snagged Indian businessman Hemant Lakhani on terrorism charges.

He says for a defense attorney, the lack of Federal engagement in this latest case is a major red flag. “Its odd and it is troubling,’ said Zegas. “One of the things you don’t want to see happening in these cases is for the state and federal governments to become involved in turf wars.”

But for security consultant Nick Casale, a former NYPD detective and counter-terrorism boss with the MTA, the local prosecution is a sign that both the Feds and local authorities are learning from the past.

“But this also shows that the Obama Administration has full faith and confidence in the abilities of municipal and local authorities to develop and prosecute cases,” said Casale.

The seven-month undercover probe culminated with the arrest Wednesday in Manhattan of 26-year-old Ahmed Ferhani after he allegedly bought an inert hand grenade, three handguns and ammunition in an NYPD sting operation.

His alleged accomplice, 20-year-old Mohammed Mehdi Mamdouh, was arrested nearby. Mamdouh is a livery car dispatcher.

Ferhani had previous brushes with the law and has spent time at Rikers, but a Manhattan Grand Jury refused to indict him on a previous, unrelated criminal case. Details of that case have been sealed.


Terror suspect Ahmed Ferhani lived in a quiet well maintained neighborhood in Queens near the Whitestone Expressway. No one answered the door at his residence, but a woman who lived upstairs from the family said she rented her apartment from them.

The high profile terrorism case has made the residents of this suburban neighborhood reluctant to speak with the media.

At a nearby shopping center, some workers recalled seeing the young man. One woman, who would only give her name as Rose, said he used to come in to the Raindew Family Center and buy cigarettes on a regular basis.

“It’s very scary. I saw it on TV last night and I knew it was him,” said Rose. “He shopped here. Very polite and gentlemen-like. Always clean-shaven and well-dressed you know.”

According to news reports, Ferhani had at one point worked selling cosmetics and aspired to be a model.

One man who refused to give his name said he lived across the street from Ferhani and would see him several times a week.

“Standing outside, just hanging around shooting the breeze with his neighbors. Looked like he was in search of a life. Looked like he had no job.”

Ferhani immigrated to the U.S. from Algeria as a grade-schooler in August of 1995 with two siblings and his parents who had applied for asylum. Officials say Ferhani  was here legally with permanent resident status but was facing possible deportation for failing to appear before an immigration judge to explain prior run-ins with local law enforcement.

Mamdouh, the younger suspect, is from Casablanca and also came to the U.S. during grade school. He immigrated to the U.S. with his parents in August of 1999 and is a U.S. citizen by virtue of his parents’ naturalization.

Just this weekend, Mamdouh gave the New York Daily News a jailhouse interview. The Daily News Web headline declares “A weepy terror suspect declared his innocence, saying his accused buddy was to blame for chatter about a synagogue.”

With additional reporting by Cindy Rodriguez.

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