Rise and spread of radical Islamic terrorism in the West, writes Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury

    03-Dec-2020
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Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury
 
Being the Deputy Chief of Staff for Senator Dick Durbin, Dodin has succeeded in getting the Senator shifted from his pro-Israel position. She had established great influence on Senator Durbin. The most disturbing fact here is – Reema Dodin maintains deeper connections with Pakistani intelligence agency ISI and has also been extremely sympathetic to the terror-patron nation. In her eyes, Pakistan’s active participation in terrorism is a part of “saving Muslims in India from persecution”.
 
Back in 2015, Faisal Mohammad, a Pakistani student in the United States stabbed four classmates at the University of California. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), it was already known back at the time of the attack that young Faisal was a jihadist and was found to have an image of the ISIS flag, a handwritten manifesto with instructions on how to behead someone, and reminders to pray to Allah. The new FBI information on Faisal Mohammad, which has just been released only confirms this and shows up the abject of the university’s utterly predictable reaction to the attacks.
 
According to the Associated Press, Faisal Mohammad planned to praise Allah while slitting the throats of classmates and use a gun taken from an ambushed officer to kill more.
 
Then he planned to call 911 to report the killings, “read the Quran until he heard sirens, and then ‘take calm shot after shot’ with the gun” when the police arrived. He mapped out a detail for his jihad; it “included putting on a balaclava at 7:45 in the morning and saying ‘in the name of Allah’ before stepping into his classroom and ordering students to use zip-ties he provided to bind their hands. Faisal also planned to make a fake 911 distress call to report a suicidal guy [sic; this is how they write at AP these days] and wait for police outside the classroom before ambushing from behind ‘and slit calmly yet forcefully one of the officers with guns.”
 
All this stands in stark contrast to how the attack was initially reported, and even more to the reaction to it at the University of California, Merced. Mohammad’s attack, as The College Fix noted back in November 2015, was widely characterized as “revenge for being kicked out of a study group.”
 
Even worse, instead of waking up to the reality of Islamic jihad, many at the University of California-Merced mourned for the attacker, with a Facebook “RIP” tribute to Faisal Mohammad “gaining massive support among the campus community.”
 
Meanwhile, British tabloid SUN reported, a “LAUGHING” British terrorist named Aseel Muthana, 24, from Cardiff, Wales has moaned about being “abandoned by the UK” as he begs to come home after “co-founding” ISIS’s caliphate.
 
The Brit travelled to Syria in 2013 to join the country’s bloody civil war and was reportedly a founding member of ISIS’s sick caliphate.
 
But despite security sources branding him a “jihadi magnet” in his role as a recruiter, the fanatic insists he wants to come back to Britain for “rehabilitation.”
 
Yet, speaking to the Mirror, Muthana laughs while talking about the horrors carried out by the warped extremists including throwing homosexuals off roofs and “crucifying” alleged spies.
 
Like most jailed western jihadis, he claims he never picked up a gun while being a member of ISIS – despite being detained following the group’s last stand in Bargouz in 2019.
 
Begging to come home, he said: “I feel abandoned by the UK. I have human rights. I should be rehabilitated.”
 
Human rights for a proven ISIS jihadist? Yes, in the Western countries, not only several members of ISIS and AL Qaeda have already returned and melted into the societies, some of them even are using the shield of human rights as the best possible tools of returning to their countries.
 
Radical Islam is on an alarming rise in the western nations as well as other countries in the world. While state machinery in most of the countries either are turning a blond-eye on this serious matter, or they are silently cooperating with the jihadists. On the other hand, in a number of Muslim nations, anti-jihadist forces are systematically intimidated and even imprisoned or murdered by the state machinery. Internationally known anti-jihadist journalists and editors even are picked up, blindfolded and threatened under the excuse of interrogation by some of the members of the intelligence agencies. This is happening everywhere – unfortunately!
 
While the world truly is behaving in a very wrong way, when it is the question of combating radical Islam and jihad, according to Palestinian media, Reema Dodin, a Palestinian-American who will serve alongside Shuwanza Goff as a deputy director of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs in the Biden administration, has long record of justifying the clod-blooded murder of the civilians by the radical Islamist terrorists. Dodin will be the first Palestinian-American to serve as a White House staffer. Her family is originally from Dura, near Hebron.
 
Why is Reema Dodin not a “Jordanian-American,” or more accurately still, simply an “American”? It’s because the “Palestinian” refugee identity has uniquely been treated as something that can be handed down from generation to generation. Henry Kissinger is a German Jewish refugee. His son, born in America, is not. Vladimir Nabokov was a Russian refugee; his son Dmitri, born in Berlin, was not. But the grandchildren, the great-grandchildren, and so on, apparently forever, of “Palestinian refugees” – born and raised all over the world – continue to be considered “Palestinian refugees,” and remain, most beneficially for themselves, on UNRWA’s rolls. Of the tens of millions of refugees since World War II, only one group – the “Palestinians” – have this amazing ability to inherit from their parents and grandparents the status of “Palestinian refugees.” Only 30,000 real refugees – those who left Mandatory Palestine/Israel between 1947 and 1949 – are still alive. But according to the United Nations, once you count up all the descendants of those who left Mandatory Palestine/Israel, there are five million “Palestinian refugees.” Indeed, Reema Dodin herself could right now be on those rolls and receive aid from UNRWA, for she, too, counts as a “Palestinian refugee,” despite her parents being Jordanian citizens and she herself being born in the United States.
 
Dodin is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is also a Truman National Security Fellow, a New Leaders Council Fellow, an Aspen Socrates alum, a former term member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a member of the Jenkins Hill Society – a consortium of women in politics supporting female politicians. In 2001, she took part in a demonstration at UC Berkeley calling for the university to divest from Israel, according to the Berkeley Daily Planet, a local news publication.
 
Being the Deputy Chief of Staff for Senator Dick Durbin, Dodin has succeeded in getting the Senator shifted from his pro-Israel position. She had established great influence on Senator Durbin. The most disturbing fact here is – Reema Dodin maintains deeper connections with Pakistani intelligence agency ISI and has also been extremely sympathetic to the terror-patron nation. In her eyes, Pakistan’s active participation in terrorism is a part of “saving Muslims in India from persecution”.
 
(Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury is an internationally acclaimed multi-award-winning anti-jihadist journalist, counter-terrorism specialist and editor of Blitz)