US Airman Arrested in Connection With an Insider Attack on a US Base in Northern Syria

Wanna bet he’s a muzzie?
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Ann Stefanek, an Air Force spokesperson, recently announced that “as part of an ongoing investigation, on June 16, an Airman was taken into custody stateside in conjunction with the attack in Green Village, Syria. After reviewing the information in the investigation, the Airman’s commander made the decision to place him in pretrial confinement.” The arrest of the Airman seems to be connected to a military investigation of “whether an American service member set off explosives in an insider attack on the small US base in northern Syria that injured four service members in April.” But beyond those details, the Pentagon is so far remaining mum.

Not even the name of the suspect has been released. Stefanek explained: “We won’t release the individual’s name unless charges are preferred. It is too early in the process for a charge sheet. It will be available if charges are preferred….The expectation is charges could be filed within the next few weeks.”

The military was just as laconic, saying only: “Army CID and Air Force OSI are conducting a joint investigation of the incident. A possible suspect, a US service member, has been identified.”

This was no small-scale attack: “The explosives used were described to CNN by two officials as ‘not insignificant’ with more detonation power than a hand grenade. One official characterized the explosives as ‘military grade.’” The “four injured service members were diagnosed and treated for traumatic brain injuries after the explosions but returned to duty later in April.”

According to CNN, “US officials said they believed the April 7 attack was caused by indirect fire on the base in a similar manner to rocket and mortar attacks that have been carried out in the region by militia groups. However, a week later, a military statement said that after ‘further investigation’ the attack was believed to a result of ‘deliberate placement of explosive charges by an unidentified individual(s) at an ammunition holding area and shower facility.’”

Accordingly, “after the incident, a ‘commander’s investigation’ was initiated by the US Central Command, which oversees operations in Syria, but it was turned over to CID when it became clear the explosive pattern was not caused by incoming fire, officials say.”

Why are military officials being so closemouthed about what was obviously a significant incident? Could it be because an Airman who would consider attacking his fellow American troops in Syria was very likely a Muslim who objected to an American military presence in a Muslim land?

There are certainly many examples of Muslim service members turning against the country. Spc. Hasan Edmonds, a Muslim member of the U.S. Army National Guard, was arrested in 2015 at Chicago’s Midway Airport; he had been planning to join the Islamic State. His cousin, Jonas “Yunus” Edmonds, was arrested as well. They had allegedly been plotting a jihad attack against a U.S. military facility — making Hasan Edmonds the latest in a long line of people who convert to Islam and then turn traitor.

There are certainly many examples of Muslim service members turning against the country. Spc. Hasan Edmonds, a Muslim member of the U.S. Army National Guard, was arrested in 2015 at Chicago’s Midway Airport; he had been planning to join the Islamic State. His cousin, Jonas “Yunus” Edmonds, was arrested as well. They had allegedly been plotting a jihad attack against a U.S. military facility — making Hasan Edmonds the latest in a long line of people who convert to Islam and then turn traitor.

Is it just a coincidence that so many converts to Islam come to regard the country in which they were born and raised, the land of their families and forefathers, as an enemy? Or is there some connection? Hasan Edmonds clearly believed that his new religion required a shift of his allegiance. “I am already in the American kafir [infidel] army,” he told an informant in January, “and now I wish only to serve in the army of Allah alongside my true brothers.”

Other American converts to Islam who have turned traitor include Sgt. Hasan Akbar, an American engineer from the 101st Airborne Division, who murdered Capt. Christopher Scott Seifert and Maj. Gregory Stone, wounding fifteen others in a grenade and small-arms attack in northern Kuwait on March 22, 2003. As he committed his murders, he yelled, “You guys are coming into our countries, and you’re going to rape our women and kill our children.”

Yet Akbar was not Iraqi or Kuwaiti. He was an American from Los Angeles. But when he became a Muslim, any allegiance he may have had to America was gone. Likewise in the cases of al-Qaeda spokesman Adam Gadahn and the Marin County Mujahid, John Walker Lindh, both of whom converted to Islam and ended up waging war against the country of their birth on behalf of its enemies.

 

I was in  the 101st Airborne Division deployed to OIF when Hasan Akbar, who was right down the road in another basecamp, used grenades and his M4 to kill CPT. Christopher Scott Seifert, an S2 Officer in one of our brigades, and wound 15 others. Akbar should be glad none of us were able to get our hands on him. He wouldn’t have made it to trial.

Another fine example of muzzie contributions to the military is Nidal Hasan.

After after his terrorist rampage at Ft. Hood, the Army went looking for scapegoats and reprimanded 9 officers for “leadership failures”. They “found that Hasan’s supervisors at Walter Reed Army Medical Center where he worked expressed serious concerns about his questionable behavior and poor judgment but failed to heed their own warnings.”

These are his victims:

Michael Grant Cahill, 62, of Cameron, a civilian physician’s assistant, killed while he was trying to subdue the shooter.
Capt. John P Gaffaney, 56, Sierra Mesas, California, also shot while charging the shooter.
Spc. Frederick Greene, 29, Mountain City, Tennessee, also shot while trying to subdue the shooter.
Maj. Libardo Eduardo Caraveo, Woodbridge, Virginia.
Staff Sgt. Justin Michael DeCrow, 32, Plymouth, Indiana, shot in the chest.
Spc. Jason Dean Hunt, 22, Norman, Oklahoma, shot in the back.
Staff Sgt. Amy Sue Krueger, 29, Keil, Washington, shot in the chest.
Pfc. Aaron Thomas Nemelka, 19, West Jordon, Utah, shot in the chest.
Pfc. Michael S. Pearson, 22, Bolingbrook, Illinois, shot in the chest.
Capt. Russell Gilbert Seager, 51, Racine, Washington.
Pfc. Francheska Velez, 21, Chicago, Illinois, shot in the chest, and was pregnant when she died. Her unborn baby, who died as well, has never been counted among the fatalities individually.
Lt. Col. Juanita L. Warman, 55, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, shot in the Abdomen.
Pfc. Kham See Xiong, 23, Saint Paul, Minnesota, shot in the head.

Hasan’s bloody attack would have been prevented if the United States Army didn’t create an environment of fear-based political correctness. The motherfucker spewed Islamic rhetoric during briefings, signed his emails with “Praise Be to Allah,” and told a female supervisor she was an infidel who would be “ripped to shreds” and “burn in hell” because she was not muslim.

No one took it up through the chain of command because God forbid that they violate some EO reg and “offend” someone.

Islam is diametrically opposed to democracy.  It’s a violent culture that wants to overtake and replace all Western civil, criminal, and government jurisdiction.  They’re not interested in peace, tolerance, or coexistence. They want a worldwide Caliphate, including the United States.

Muzzies should be banned from serving in the United States military. I don’t care if they were born into that ideology or if they converted.

Get. Them. Out.

 

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