Amine El Khalifi: Identifying a terrorist

Terrorist plotter Khalifi is being described in the liberal media only as a Photo: Associated Press

LOS ANGELES, February 20, 2012 – Although the Sun has risen in the East every single day since the beginning of time, there are still those who think that if they just wait long enough, this anomaly will change.

Americans with their heads screwed on straight understand that we are locked in a Global War on Terror. The terrorists targeting Americans in the past two decades seem to have been primarily young Arab Muslim males.

So why does it seem so many terrorist attacks in the U.S. are committed by radical Muslims? And as it is true that most Arabs Muslims are not terrorists why is it that terrorists that make the news are often radical Islamists. 

Despite this fact, every new terrorist brings the hope from leftist ostriches that the murderer will be a white Tea Party attendee, Christian Evangelical, or other political conservative.

Combing through the wreckage, MSNBC looks for blasted bits of red and blue diagonal neckties.

So far none have been discovered.

On Friday, February 17th, 2012, a 29-year-old man named Amine El Khalifi was arrested for planning suicide attacks. And people do not want to say definitively that he is a radical Muslim.

Evidence that he is a terrorist is strong as he had the suicide vest in his possession when arrested. Yet in trying to learn about this man, the only description given was that he was “Moroccan.”

Out of sheer curiosity, some people wondered whether this fellow from Morocco belonged to any religious group.

Perhaps this man was Catholic.

He could be angry with Barack Obama for trying to force churches into providing contraception. Bill Donohoe at the Catholic League was not interviewed, but anti-Catholic hostility in the American media meant every Catholic was now a suspect.

The fellow could have been Mormon. After all, many Americans desperately want Mormons to be responsible for evil in society out of jealousy.

And while there have been a few Mormons gone mad, Butch Cassidy, Ted Bundy (converted) and Brian Mitchell, to name a few, Mormons generally come from very well adjusted families, which may incense others.

The bomber could have been any number of multi-syllabic Christian Protestant faiths, from Episcopalian to Presbyterian.

Perhaps the bomber was Jewish. After all, Jews have been blamed for every war in society. “Neocons” are thinly veiled attacks on Jews, rendering all those trying to prevent Armageddon as suspects trying to cause this global obliteration.

Was the bomber a Ron Paul supporter? After all, anti-war protesters are a militant bunch. Perhaps somebody angry with the Federal Reserve or the voting in Maine finally snapped and tried to win the 2012 election by force.

This theory weakens when pointing out that Paul supporters are quite serene and peaceful compared to Obama supporters.

Possibly the correct answer would be “none of the above.”

The mystery over the religion of the bomber apparently was not as plain as the nose on Chris Matthews’s face.

Therefore, some research was necessary.

According to Wikipedia, 99.1% of the Moroccan population is Arabic. Only .2% are Jews and .7% are “other.”

So with over 99% of Moroccans being Arabs, the ethnicity of the terrorist in this particular situation remains hopelessly inconclusive.

The terrorist’s name was Amine El Khalifi. The FBI is reported as saying that El Khalifi was arrested Friday in a parking garage on his way to carry out an attack.

Mr. Khalifi was trying to blow up a Synagogue.

The number of Jews, Christians, Hindus, and Sikhs who use sophisticated explosives is zero.

Therefore, the group solely responsible nearly 100% of the time for blowing up Synagogues is perhaps impossible to determine (sarcasm implied).

In May 2011 two men from Whitestone, Queens were charged with plotting to blow up a Manhattan synagogue and the Empire State Building.

The New York City Police arrested Ahmed Ferhani, 26, a native of Algeria, and Mohammed Mamdouh, 20, a native of Morocco as terror suspects planning to blow up a NY Synagogue and the Empire State Building. Ferhani had purchased two .380 handguns, one 9mm gun, a grenade and 100 rounds of ammunition from undercover police.

The New York City Police arrested Ahmed Ferhani, 26, a native of Algeria, and Mohammed Mamdouh, 20, a native of Morocco (Associate Press)

The New York City Police arrested Ahmed Ferhani, 26, a native of Algeria, and Mohammed Mamdouh, 20, a native of Morocco (Associated Press)

“It was clear that they intended to do that bombing on behalf of Islam and to send a message to the Jewish population,” Assistant District Attorney Margaret Gandy told a judge.

Their family, friends, and neighbors are quoted in the press as saying they cannot believe that Ferhani and Mamdouh would do such a thing. Presumably they are still in jail awaiting trial.

Back to 2012. Khalifi thought he was working with Al Qaeda. He believed he had a common bond with them. To know what that bond is requires knowing what Al Qaeda is.

According to Wikipedia, Al Qaeda is motivated by a fundamentalist belief involving a religion. They do not seem to be Jews, Christians, Hindus, or Sikhs. They are not Wiccans or Pagans.

Therefore, identifying what they are is practically impossible.

Therefore, the only solution to this problem is to provide the medical cure for what ails those unable to reach the proper answer. The medical procedure is known as “cranial-glutial extraction surgery.”

Once this surgery takes place, some fascinating discoveries emerge.

Mr. Khalifi is a Radical Muslim. He practices Radical Islam, also known as Islamism and Radical Fundamentalism.

This is the entire explanation for why he did what he did.

He is not just a “Moroccan.” He is a Radical Islamist. Until this is screamed from the rooftops louder than the Islamists scream “Allah Akbar,” the Islamists will have the advantage.

They know who we are. It is high time we know who they are. The next step is doing something about it.

Otherwise, perhaps Mr. Khalifi can be incorrectly identified as a politically correct university professor or media personality.

Brooklyn born, Long Island raised, and now living in Los Angeles, Eric Golub is a politically conservative columnist, blogger, author, public speaker, satirist and comedian.

Eric is the author of the book trilogy “Ideological Bigotry, “Ideological Violence,” and “Ideological Idiocy.” Eric is 100% alcohol, tobacco, drug, and liberalism free. After years of dating liberals, he has finally seen the light and now only dates Republican Jewish women. His family is pleased over this. Republican, Jewish women, you may contact Eric above.

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Eric Golub

Eric Golub is a politically conservative Jewish blogger, author, public speaker, and comedian. His book trilogy is “Ideological Bigotry,” “Ideological Violence,” and  “Ideological Idiocy.” 

He is Brooklyn born, Long Island raised, and has lived in Los Angeles since 1990. He received his Bachelors degree from the University of Judaism, and his MBA from USC. A stockbrokerage professional since 1994, he began blogging on March 11th, 2007, the three year anniversary of the Madrid bombings and the midpoint of 9/11. He has been inflicting his world view on his unfortunate readers since then. He blogs about politics Monday through Friday, and about football and other human interest items on weekends.

 

 

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