Monday, March 07, 2016

CAIR: He's Such a Good Yet Misunderstood Lad, So Let's Ignore All Those Terrorist Threats, Ok?

Yet another local jihadee-wannabee makes the news in the Detroit/Dearborn area, and CAIR is in full cover-up mode.

The Detroit News: Jihadist or FBI victim? Dearborn case stirs debate

It seems that Khalil Abu-Rayyan in addition to posting pro-ISIS stuff on social media and proclaiming his desire to kill people and illegally carryign a concealed weapon was just a poor misunderstood mrijuana user who couldn't find romance.

Yet Abu-Rayyan’s defense lawyer says his client is no terrorist. Rather, he is a socially awkward pizzeria worker who lives with his parents, smokes marijuana and has no romantic experience with women.

Abu-Rayyan was bragging of jihad and martyrdom to impress a woman, who turned out to be an undercover agent, his lawyer says, adding that black Heritage .22- caliber revolver he was caught carrying illegally is recommended for Boy Scout target shooting, not acts of terrorism.

And he never carried out any of the violent acts he vowed to commit.

Well good on the FBI for not waiting until he did, right?

In addition to illegal CCW, they also have him dead to rights on falsifying a 4473, which in this case is a slam dunk conviction if there ever was one:

Evidence against him includes Abu-Rayyan’s own admissions to police that he used marijuana and an ATF form 4473 that asks: “Are you an unlawful user of, or addicted to, marijuana or any depressant, stimulant, narcotic drug, or any other controlled substance?” Abu-Rayyan checked “no” and signed the form before he purchased the .22.

So CAIR of course thinks this fellow, who has made multiple threats of violence including, per the article, threatening to kill a police officer and burn people alive, should have been handled as a social services issue:

Dawud Walid, executive director of the Michigan chapter of the Council on Islamic Relations, said he has been monitoring the court case and has spoken to Abu-Rayyan’s family.

“It is evident to me in speaking to the family that the young man has substance abuse issues and rather than take the route of intervention and social services, they (the government) instead used a young lady as a means of trying to get him to do something,” Walid said.

This is an unfortunate pattern of the FBI, Walid said, when it comes to investigating a person making threats of terrorism.

Let's see, substance abuse, troubles with romance, member of the ISIS fan club, and a basic loser with dreams of grandeur and delusions of adequacy certainly checks an awful lot of the boxes for a likely terrorist "known wolf" profile, now doesn't it?

Good on the FBI for interdicting this loser before he carried out his threats and fantasies.


drjim said...

It'll probably get pled down to "Disturbing the Peace" or some other BS charge....

Glenn B said...

It is simply astounding that people do not see CAIR for what it is and what it promotes - which is in essence the conquest of the world by Islam.