Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Allah fearing Uzbekistanian, givin asylom by the US and UN, relocated to Colorado, arrested on "terrorism" charges

Devout jihadists may be a small percentage of Muslims overall, but this case illustrates the question; how do we know?  Colorado may be the latest mocation where jihadists are populating, are they in your town and you don't know it?

With no clear and defined parameters or vetting process, the enemies of both ordinary Muslims, and the world in general, will continue to be wreak havoc unimpeded.  Why not just release the Taliban at Gitmo, while you're at it?  Oh wait...

From ABC January 31

US, UN Helped Colo. Man Now Accused of Terrorism

A man from Uzbekistan that the United States and the United Nations helped relocate to Colorado now faces a terrorism charge.

Jamshid Muhtorov opposed his home country's dictator following a 2005 massacre, endured a brutal detention, and saw his sister arrested on a false murder charge. The 35-year-old fled his country by night dressed as a woman, and the U.S. and the U.N. helped bring him to Aurora in 2007.

Now, he's accused of providing material support and attempting to provide material support to the Islamic Jihad Union. The violent group opposes the Uzbek government and has been designated a foreign terrorist organization by the U.S. State Department.

Authorities arrested Muhtorov in Chicago on Jan. 21, the Denver Post reported Tuesday.

Federal authorities say the Islamic Jihad Union has claimed responsibility for attacks on coalition forces in Afghanistan, including a March 2008 suicide attack on a U.S. base. The group is also blamed for carrying out simultaneous suicide bombings of the U.S. and Israeli embassies and a prosecutor's office in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

"It is a crime, and has been a crime for many years, to provide material support for a designated terrorist organization, the IJU," said Dean Boyd, spokesman for the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington. "Our job is to enforce the law."

The FBI said Muhtorov communicated with a contact with the IJU by email using code words, asking to be invited to the "wedding." He also told the contact that he was "ready for any task, even with the risk of dying," the FBI said.

Authorities said there was no evidence that Muhtorov planned any attacks within the U.S.

I feel so much better now.  Read it all

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