FBI offers bounty for Massachusetts Muslim terrorist

 

Dr. Charles Jacobs, President of Americans for Peace and Tolerance praised the FBI for its recent announcement of a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Northeastern University alumnus and terrorist fugitive Ahmad Abousamra. "Abousamra is a product of the radicalization young American Muslims," Jacobs said. "According to his indictment, he justified murder of civilians, such as the September 11, 2001 attacks because he believes civilians were not innocent because they paid taxes to support the government and because they were Kufar (non-believers)."
 
Abousamra is charged with traveling to Pakistan and Yemen for the purpose of seeking military training so as to kill American soldiers. He is also accused of conspiring to provide material support and resources to the Al Qaeda terrorist network. His co-conspirator, Tarek Mehanna, a native of Sudbury, Massachusetts, was apprehended and has not been sentenced to 17 and a half years in prison on similar charges. 
 
During Mehanna's trial, some Muslim leaders openly encouraged their constituents to support the terrorist. Former Northeastern University Muslim Chaplain Abdullah Faaruuq gave sermons and organized demonstrations in his support. The University severed ties with Faaruuq in the aftermath of a video expose that showed the Muslim religious leader's defense of Mehanna. (See: www.nuextremism.com)
 
"Indeed," said Jacobs, "Mehanna's supporters have built a large web presence among online extremists, who post messages like "Close Guantanamo Bay, Reopen Auschwitz" on Free Mehanna websites."
 
Jacobs said, "It is important to know that Ahmad Abousamra is intimately tied to Boston Islamist circles. He is the son of Abdulbadi Abousamra, a Syrian immigrant and former vice-president of the Muslim American Society (MAS) of Boston, a group identified by Federal prosecutors as the American front group of the Muslim Brotherhood. In Boston, the MAS runs Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center - the largest mosque in the Northeast. This mosque held an event in support of Tarek Mehanna last year."
 
Americans for Peace and Tolerance in an interfaith advocacy group based in Massachusetts. 


Spero News editor Martin Barillas is a former US diplomat, who also worked as a democracy advocate and election observer in Latin America. He is also a freelance translator.

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