In a few pages of rambling notes being pored over by the F.B.I., Mr. Abdulazeez wrote about suicide and martyrdom as long ago as 2013, a senior United States intelligence official said.
The media is in full spin as to the motive behind the Chattanooga jihad.
The lies the family is serving up are readily gobbled up by the sharia compliant media. But everything you need to know about the terror-tied family is here. The idea that the pot, alcohol or depression were the motives behind the slaughter of four US marines and a sailor is an insult to every rational human being. If people who smoked pot, drank alcohol or experienced depression went off and slaughtered innocent people in the cause of Allah, everyone would be dead. But that’s what the family is throwing out to a braying press — and the sharia-compliant media is dishing it out to a restive American public.
But parse through the deceptions and distractions and you find the truth.
The NY Times is reporting that Muhammad Abdulazeez followed devout Muslim leader Anwar Awlaki.
The authorities who were examining Mr. Abdulazeez’s computer found that he had viewed material connected to Anwar al-Awlaki, the radical American-born cleric who was killed in Yemen by an American drone strike in 2011, according to a person with knowledge of the investigation.
Anwar Awlaki was the go-to imam that the media went to (the “moderate” imam) for all things Islam right after 911. He was the imam to a number of the 911 Muslim terrorists at the same time serving generous helpings of deception (taqiya) and dissembling (kitman) to an eager elite media hungry for islamophiliac post-911 propaganda. Look at this NY Times screenshot —
“Imam Anwar Al-Awlaki, spiritual leader at the Dar al-Hijra mosque in Virginia, one of the nation’s largest, which draws about 3,000 worshipers for communal prayers each Friday …..
Mr. Al-Awlaki, who at 30 is held up as a new generation of Muslim leader capable of merging East and West: born in New Mexico to parents from Yemen, who studied Islam in Yemen and civil engineering at Colorado State University.
NY TIMES: On July 11, Mr. Abdulazeez stocked up on ammunition at an area Walmart. Two days later, he wrote in his blog long entries on Islam, describing the world as a prison and cautioning, “Don’t be fooled by your desires, this life is short and bitter and the opportunity to submit to allah may pass you by.”
Just hours before the shooting, he sent a text to a friend with a link to an Islamic verse saying, “Whosoever shows enmity to a friend of Mine, then I have declared war against him.”
Yet none of his known writings indicate actual plans for an assault, or the reasoning behind it, leaving investigators still searching for a motive.
The real mental illness here is the willful blindness of the media and law enforcement to recognize reality and deal with the truth.
“Tennessee shooting suspect followed al Qaeda leader: reports,” AOL News, Jul 21st 2015
Investigators exploring Chattanooga rampage gunman Muhammed Abdulazeez’s Internet search history have discovered evidence that he followed a radical American al Qaeda militant, according to numerous reports.
Both ABC News and The New York Times reported late Monday that Abdulazeez followed Anwar al-Awlaki, an American al Qaeda leader who has been linked to earlier attacks on U.S. soil — including the Fort Hood shooter and so-called Christmas “underwear bomber.” Al-Awlaki remained a prominent figure even after he died in a drone strike in 2011, thanks to videos he was featured in.