Saturday, February 25, 2012

Spying on Muslims in New York City is Appropriate and Necessary in Post 9/11 World Says Mayor Bloomberg, Stay On the Job NYPD.

NY DAILY NEWS....Mayor Bloomberg defends NYPD spying on Muslims calling it legal, appropriate and constitutional. Mayor Bloomberg went to bat Friday for the embattled NYPD, vigorously defending the police department’s spying on Muslims in the city — and across the river in Newark — as necessary in a post 9/11 world.

“Everything the NYPD has done is legal, it is appropriate, it is constitutional,” the mayor said. “They are permitted to travel beyond the border of New York City to investigate cases.” “We don’t target individuals based on race or religion. We follow leads.” And anybody who thinks the vigilance of New York’s finest ends where another municipality’s border begins is being “naive,” Bloomberg said on the John Gambling show on WOR radio.

Newark, in particular, was a staging area for the Sept. 11 attacks, hizzoner said. “The 9/11 Commission report said the hijackers often traveled to and from New Jersey and Muhammed Atta, the ringleader of the attacks, often met with others in Newark to coordinate and plan the attacks, including which flights to hijack,” Bloomberg said. “The NYPD is trying to stop terrorism in the entire region,” the mayor added. “If we knew of a threat in Newark, we wouldn’t say, ‘Oh that’s yours, you worry about it.’” Bloomberg said their “primary objective is to prevent things from happening.”

“We have not let down our guard,” he said. “We take the threats of today just as seriously as the threats of Sept. 12 2001. We have not forgotten the lesson of that terrible day on 9/11.” So surveillance is necessary — even when no immediate threat has been detected...MORE FROM THIS SOURCE.

Muslim Radicals Meeting at  Islmaic Center of Queens aka Masjid al-Fatima Mosque.
Since prior to 9/11/2001 there have been radical Muslims meeting at the Islmaic Center of Queens aka Masjid al-Fatima Mosque 57-16 37th Ave Woodside Queens NY 11377, with lectures given by Sajil Shahid a recruiter for the terror group Al-Muhajiroun also present was American Al-Muhajiroun member Syed “Fahad” Hashmi, who was arrested at London’s Heathrow airport on June 6th 2006 suspected of assisting an Al Qaeda terrorist plot, and assisting jihadists in Afghanistan and Iraq.

DAILY ESTIMATE UK NEWS...In 2005, private investigator Bill Warner took BBC journalist Richard Watson to the Masjid al-Fatima 57-16 37th Avenue, Woodside, which had been taken over by radicals from Hizb ut-Tahrir in the mid 1990s. Watson videotaped Bill Warner’s interview with imam Aqeel Khan, who spoke of the problems of radicals at the mosque.

Abdul Tawala Ibn Ali Alishtari (arrested 2/15/2007), also known as Michael Mixon, a bank underwriter and resident of Ardsley, New York, convicted in Manhattan federal court with terrorism financing, material support of terrorism, and international money laundering, as well as additional charges of conspiracy and wire fraud, he was a aprtner of Aqeel Khan and links to the Islmaic Center of Queens aka Masjid al-Fatima Mosque.

Aqeel Khan of Queens NY and Abdul Tawala Ibn Ali Alishtari of Ardsley, N.Y are business partners in a Florida corporation, GLOBALPROTECTOR.NET, INC,(orginally set up in New York State Division of Corporations) which appears to be a front company to launder money for FEDI which was also set up in Florida as a Foreign Corp., Aqeel Khan handled the cash he was the CFO.

According to DOJ, “ALISHTARI, a 54-year-old resident of Ardsley, New York, facilitated the transfer of $152,000 with the intention that it be used in Afghanistan and Pakistan to help train terrorists. Specifically, in the latter half of 2006, ALISHTARI accepted payment to discreetly transfer these funds, believing that they were earmarked for Pakistan and Afghanistan.”

Mohammad Junaid Babar, one recruit from the Masjid Fatima Islamic Centre Queens NY, has told US intelligence officials that he met Mohammed Sidique Khan, leader of London’s 7/7 bombers, in a jihadi training camp in Pakistan in July 2003. He claims that the pair became friends as they studied how to assemble explosive devices.

Babar, 31, a computer programmer, says that it was at the Masjid Fatima Centre Queens NY that he became a radical. He has admitted in a US court to supplying money and military materials to a high-ranking al-Qaeda official at the jihadi camp in South Waziristan, close to the Afghan border. Babar moved to Britain after his month at the camp. FBI agents who arrested him in Queens in April 2004 say that he had been under surveillance “for some time” but so far they have not revealed all that Babar told them about Mohammed Sidique Khan.

“Everything the NYPD has done in spying on Muslims is legal, it is appropriate, it is constitutional and it is necessary", keep up the good work boys and stay on the job.

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