Sunday, May 06, 2007


St. Louis Muslim:
"We're Going
To War"


He's a Palestinian immigrant. Yeah, it's great to have people immigrate from countries where the national television station is brainwashing for genocide against Americans and Jews. That's very smart of us.


Oh yes, and if you don't know, I'm being sarcastic:




In the original documents charging Abuelawi, Sumad is quoted in a
meeting with Abuelawi and a government informer as saying that "he wants to buy
as many explosives as possible because, 'we're going to war.'"



8
INDICTED ON WEAPONS CONSPIRACY
St. Louis Today

Eight men have been indicted on charges that they were involved in
two conspiracies to buy and sell fully automatic weapons, a Claymore
anti-personnel mine and other explosives, the U.S. Attorney's office said today.


SEVEN
MORE ARRESTED IN GUN SCHEME


Seven more people have been charged in a case involving the buying,
selling or hiding of automatic weapons, an anti-personnel mine and other
explosives.


The charges, unsealed in a federal indictment Tuesday, say it was a
crime for profit but do not specify who the ultimate customers would have been.
One of the newly accused men told a Post-Dispatch reporter in an interview three
months ago that it had been part of a plan to sell weapons to local street
gangs.


The first person implicated in the case, Mousa M. Abuelawi, 22, was
originally arrested Dec. 29 and charged with three counts of illegal possession
or distribution of a machine gun, and conspiracy to violate machine-gun
statutes. He has since moved to Creve Coeur from St. Charles.


The superseding indictment in U.S. District Court in St. Louis
names Abuelawi and seven others on charges including machine-gun violations,
conspiracy, lying to the FBI and other firearms charges.


Infidelsrus first posted on this disturbing story back in February here.


I found this article about a palestinian in St. Louis who was buying machine guns, Claymore mines and hand grenades.



Mousa M. Abuelawi, 22, of Franjoe Court, was arrested Dec. 29 and charged on
complaints accusing him of three counts of illegal possession or distribution of
a machine gun and conspiracy to violate machine gun statutes.

Yeah, I heard St. Louis was a dangerous city, but mines and hand grenades?



Abuelawi told the informer, “this is not my first time dealing with this
(expletive),” according to the affidavit.


Go read the rest at Atlas Shrugs.