Thursday, 10 August 2006
Dearbornistan terror arrests
Contributed by Bill Faith

Dearbornistan terror arrests: Flight docs and 600+ tracphones
Michelle Malkin

Busted (hat tip: Paul):

Two men were charged Wednesday with money laundering in support of terrorism after authorities said they found airplane passenger lists and information on airport security checkpoints in their car.

Deputies stopped Osama Sabhi Abulhassan, 20, and Ali Houssaiky, 20, both of Dearborn, Mich., on a traffic violation Tuesday and found the flight documents along with $11,000 cash and 12 phones in their car, Washington County Sheriff Larry Mincks said.


Abulhassan and Houssaiky admitted buying about 600 phones in recent months at stores in southeast Ohio, said sheriff's Maj. John Winstanley. They sold the phones to someone in Dearborn, a Detroit suburb, Winstanley said.

Vessels declined to say how the phones, cash or flight information involved terrorism.

Investigators going through the car after the pair were pulled over in Marietta also found a map that showed locations of Wal-Mart stores from Ohio through Kentucky, Tennessee and into North and South Carolina, Vessels said.

[Read on here.]

All-American Terrorists: How Dearbornistan Boys Went From Football Field to Islamic Terror; TracFone Detonators & Passenger Lists
By Debbie Schlussel

The next time you're told that all-American Muslim boys play football and are "just like us," think again.

Take Ali Houssaiky of Dearborn, Michigan, currently residing in a holding cell in an Ohio jail.


In 2003, he was an Honorable Mention on the Michigan Class-A All-State Football Team. The Fordson High School Football Team he co-captained was hailed in USA Today for its observance of Ramadan fasting. In 2004, he got a full scholarship to play football at Grand Valley State University. And now in 2006, this All-American running back is a pot-smoking Islamic terrorist.

Just like us?

[Read on here.]

Contributed by Bill Faith on August 10, 2006 at 04:48 AM in Bill Faith, Islamism Delenda Est | Permalink