Miami Terrorist Arrests

CNN's headline this morning was the indictment of seven terrorists in Miami.

A federal indictment against seven men revealed Friday details of what the government said was a plan intended to "kill all the devils we can."
The mission was intended to be "as good or greater than 9/11," beginning with the destruction of Chicago's Sears Tower, according to court documents obtained Friday by CNN.
Named in the grand jury indictment is Narseal Batiste, who allegedly told a federal undercover agent, who he thought was a member of al Qaeda, that he was organizing a mission to build an Islamic army to wage a jihad in the United States.

Not good news to read first thing in the morning, but hopefully news that will shake America out of its slumber regarding the war on terrorism. Radical Islamic imams and clerics have made it very clear they would like to see the west Islamized.

He said he still hoped that one day the United States would be a Muslim country ruled by Islamic law, "not by violent means, but by persuasion."
"Every Muslim who is honest would say, I would like to see America become a Muslim country," he said. "I think it would help people, and if I didn't believe that, I wouldn't be a Muslim. Because Islam helped me as a person, and it's helped a lot of people in my community."

In the meantime, using the Establishment Clause as their jack hammer, the ACLU has aggressively pursued the obliteration of tiny obscure crosses from county seals, demands to take down crosses from landmarks (San Diego) and cleanse the U.S. from any historical contact with Christianity. You'd think they would be more concerned with a religion amongst us with fantical followers who actually killed close to 3,000 people on 9/11, and is plotting to do more of the same in order to establish their religion.

Update: June 27, 2006: The "terrorist" part of this story turns out to be a tempest in a teapot. These were not radical Islamists, but more like a rag-tag cult of jihadi wannabe's.

Tip: LGF

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