Thursday, March 1, 2012

Refugee Iraqi in Kentucky arrested for providing material support to jihadists

First he claims refugee status and is granted asylum.  While "assimilating" into Western culture he decided to continue with his previous ways; killing non-Muslims, especially soldiers.  Mohanad Shareef Hammadi is another misunderstander of Islam, and I am sure someone like Reza Aslan, or Karen Armstrong, or Ibrahim Hooper will be winging to Kentucky as you read this, to explain to Hammadi how he has Islam all wrong.

From the Washington Post Feb 27

FBI: Iraqi bragged about insurgent operations in Baghdad; agents seized 4 phones in raid

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — An Iraqi man who settled in Kentucky as a refugee boasted about having been an insurgent in Baghdad as he plotted with a confidential informant to ship weapons and money to Al-Qaida in his home country, the FBI said in a search warrant application obtained Monday.
FBI Special Agent Chris Faber quoted 24-year-old Mohanad Shareef Hammadi as saying he didn’t know how many explosives he had placed in Iraq because “By God I didn’t count them.”
“I mean, I used to do two or three operations a day in Baghdad and I used to do every day in my neighborhood,” Hammadi said.
The search warrant, approved Jan. 25 and obtained by The Associated Press as a public record, gives details of recorded conversations between Hammadi, 30-year-old Waad Ramadan Alwan and the confidential source from late 2009 through early summer 2011 in Bowling Green.
Hammadi faces 12 charges, including perjury and attempting to send material support to a known terrorist organization. His trial is scheduled for July 30. Alwan pleaded guilty to 23 terrorism-related charges in December and is to be sentenced April 3.
The warrant also detailed how Hammadi and Alwan acquired what they thought were working weapons, including rocket propelled grenade launchers, C4 explosives and Russian-made surface-to-air missiles, and allegedly plotted to ship those and financial aid to Al-Qaida in Iraq. The FBI said all the weapons were rendered inoperable.
Prosecutors sought the warrant to seize and search four cell phones from Hammadi because records show that he made international phone calls on them. The warrant does not reveal what agents found on the phones.
Prosecutors say Hammadi lied to gain refugee status and enter the United States. Prosecutors said Alwan took part in insurgent activities in Iraq, including planting improvised explosive devices targeting U.S. troops.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Louisville, which is prosecuting the case, declined to comment on the details of the warrant.
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