Friday, July 17, 2015
Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez is the Sudden Jihad Syndrome
Why did he do it? What was his motive? What motivated him? How do you explain it? What did we do to cause it? The president knows. The FBI knows it. The media knows it. But none dare say the name. Sudden Jihad Syndrome! It is not Islamaphobia to speak out against radical Islamic terrorism. It is not anti-Muslim bias to call out virulent extreme Islam outside the mainstream of the Islamic Religion. The Sudden Jihadist believes he can solve his problems by serving Allah. He may be instigated by a radical Iman, other Muslims, or social media. He may be a recent convert or have recently rediscovered his Islamic religion. The Tsarnaev Brothers at the Boston Marathon suffered from the Sudden Jihad Syndrome. Major Nidal Hassan, the Fort Hood shooter, suffered from the Sudden Jihad Syndrome, but the Obama Administration called it an act of workplace violence. Alton Alexander Nolan, a recent convert, beheaded a co-worker last September in Moore, Oklahoma and was attacking a second co-worker when an off duty police officer shot him. Nolan was unsuccessful in attempting to convert the two women to Islam. Another recent convert, Carlos Bledsoe, killed one soldier and wounded another at an Army recruiting center in Little Rock, Arkansas on June 1, 2009. Sulejman Taluvk came to America in 1998 from Bosnia. He shot up the Trolley Square Mall in Salt Lake City on February 2, 2007, killing 5 and wounding four before the police fatally shot him. Mohammad Rezi Taheri-Azar drove into a crown on the University of North Carolina on March 5, 2006, injuring six. October 2002 witnessed John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo, better known as The D.C. Sniper. Hesham Mohamed Hadayet, an Egyptian limo driver in Orange County, drove up to LAX on July 4, 2002 and started shooting up the El Al ticket counter. He killed two and wounded four. Palestinian Ali Hassan Abu Kamal shot up the Observation Deck of the Empire State Building on February 24, 1997, killing one tourist and wounding others. Rashid Baz shot at a van of Jewish students on the Brooklyn Bridge on March 1, 1994, killing one and wounding three. Mir Aimal Kasi shot up CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia on January 25, 1993, killing two and wounding three. It’s not limited to the United States. Michael Zehaf-Bibeau shot a Canadian soldier in the back on October 22, 2014 at the Canadian National War memorial in Ottawa. After killing the soldier, he proceeded into Parliament with the intent to kill others. Fortunately the Sergeant-at-Arms intercepted him and shot him before more homicides were committed. Alen Rizvanovic, a Bosnian refugee, rammed his car at 90MPH into a crowd in Graz, Austria a month ago, killing three and injuring 34. He got out of the car and started knifing bystanders. Sudden Jihad Syndrome. If you won’t even recognize it, then you will be unable to fight it.