Friday, February 24, 2012

Jihadist who shouted Allahu Akbar (God is great) on a flight from Portland to Houston was involved in a high speed car chase the day before

Yazeed Mohammed Abunayyan  was out on bail when he decided to exhibit his love of Islam on the airliner by disregarding the flight attendant's request and shout Allah is great before being subdued by passengers.  The day previous, he was in a high speed chase with police in my back yard, Medford.  He tried to deliberately run people down, damaged two police cars and wrecked his own vehicle before being arrested.

How many more times will episodes like this happen before we take seriously the threat from those who justify their actions through the doctrines of Islam?

The article below is an update of the original article here.

From The Smoking Gun Feb 22

Saudi Teen Caps Wild Week With Airplane Bust

FEBRUARY 22--The man who repeatedly yelled “Allah is great” as he was removed yesterday from a plane that was forced to make an emergency landing due to his unruly behavior is a 19-year-old Saudi Arabian who was arrested Sunday night after he led Oregon police on a drunken car chase that saw him ram two cop cars and attempt to run over pedestrians, The Smoking Gun has learned.

(...)Abunayyan, who is scheduled to appear later this afternoon before a federal magistrate, was arrested Sunday evening by cops after a wild car chase in Medford, an Oregon city 275 miles south of Portland.

Police reported that the intoxicated teenager led them on a 20-minute chase that ended after his Ford sedan got stuck on a dirt embankment. During the chase, Abunayyan was spotted driving in circles, attempting to run over pedestrians, and driving the wrong way on a street. He also rammed two patrol cars.
"It was like ‘Grand Theft Auto',” a witness told a local newspaper.
Abunayyan was booked late Sunday into the Jackson County jail on a variety of charges, including driving under the influence of intoxicants, assault on a police officer, criminal mischief, hit and run, and reckless endangerment.
He was freed from custody Monday around 6 PM after posting $65,000 bond. Which allowed him, a day later, to board Flight 1118, albeit briefly.
Question to authorities; why was he allowed to board the plane?
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