Cleric’s worsening health: FBI worried, I’m not

December 15, 2006 at 1:35 am (Islamism, News, World War III)

According to “FBI: Cleric’s illness may spark attack” by Lara Jakes Jordan of the Associated Press, courtesy of Yahoo! News, the FBI is worried that the worsening health of Sheikh Omar Abd al-Rahman / Omar Abdel-Rahman, the blind cleric who masterminded the first attack on the World Trade Center, could spark another attack against The United States. As if Islamists need another reason or excuse to attack us.

But I say: the more the Islamists will try, the easier we can detect them, the more we can entrap them, and the more we can eliminate them.

So, to the militant Islamist terrorists: Bring. It. On.



  1. Blue Collar Republican » Blog Archive » Blog Burst December 15, 2006 said,

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  2. Jeff Davis said,

    I over heard at work today a couple of people talking about this at lunch. The comment was made by one of them “Oh great, we’re causing more terrorism.” Not wanting too lose my job for verbally crucifying the pathetic nitwits, I gulped the rest of my barq’s root beer down, stood up, looked at them both and said, “I will dance when the b@stard is dead.”

    Price of this computer = $1200

    Price of external hardware = $350

    The looks on their faces = PRICELESS

  3. S. Weasel said,

    I’m pretty sure they’re already doing as much as they can as hard as they can. Individual events may effect timing, but they aren’t going to do anything they weren’t going to try to do anyway.

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