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Texas Temple Terrorist Wanted to Serve as Model for UK Muslims Attacking U.S.

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Now the leaked audio published by the Jewish Chronicle shows that’s indeed the case.

In a chilling conversation with his brother in Blackburn from inside the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Malik Faisal Akram, 44, said: “I’m opening the doors for every youngster in England to enter America and f*** with them”.

Addressing fellow jihadists, he shouted: “Live your f***ing life bro, you f***ing coward. We’re coming to f***ing America. F*** them if they want to f*** with us. We’ll give them f***ing war.”

The terrorist boasted about his desire for martyrdom. “I’ve asked Allah for this death, Allah is with me, I’m not worried in the slightest,” he raged.

Nothing really surprising here, but while he’s dead, I suspect that some future Islamic terrorists will indeed view that as “opening the doors.”

We’ve seen this before with various Islamic terror tactics being field-tested in the same way. The first time or the first few times it may not work, but then eventually it pays off with much bigger results.

Europe has a lot of Muslims and the U.S. is terrible at vetting travelers. Previous terror attacks, including 9/11, already used Europe as a partial base, but this opens the door for more individual initiative without the need for cells, just a plane ticket.

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Domino’s provides creativity and communication for FunnyHow and Omertá – Meios & Publicidade

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Dominos provides creativity and communication for FunnyHow and Omerta

By Pedro Durães on May 16, 2022

FunnyHow and Omertá will become the agencies responsible for all communication for the Domino’s pizzeria chain in the Portuguese market. The former will be responsible for the creativity of online and offline campaigns, while the latter will take over all of the brand’s work for public relations. “We were looking for a PR agency and we realize that, in this partnership with the FunnyHow and Omertà family, we could go further,” said Luis Pica, marketing manager at Daufood Portugal. ”.

“It was extremely important for us to find agencies that understood our young, fun and dynamic spirit, as well as our commitment to quality. “They went beyond the joint proposals and introduced us to creative, original solutions with the strong personality that is so characteristic of Domino’s”, emphasizes the marketing manager of the company.

Hugo Antonelo, CEO of the group that integrates FunnyHow and Omertà, emphasizes that both agencies “work in synergy”, ensuring that “projects are not just designed to be nice campaigns or just press releases, but creations and content with story at every point of contact ”.

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New Jersey: Muslim software developer found guilty of receiving military training from Hizballah

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“The evidence at trial showed that Saab surveilled some of New York´s most iconic and highly trafficked locations in order to provide critical intelligence on how they could be most effectively attacked.”

If he had succeeded, thousands of people could have been murdered. But remember: calling attention to this kind of activity is “Islamophobic.”

“Jury returns mixed verdict in New York terrorism case,” Associated Press, May 11, 2022:

NEW YORK (AP) – A Manhattan federal court jury returned a mixed verdict Wednesday in the trial of a New Jersey software developer who authorities say researched and photographed U.S. landmarks for possible attacks.

The jury was unable to reach a verdict on one terrorism charge – providing material support for a terrorist group – but found Alexei Saab, 44, had received military-type training from Hezbollah´s Islamic Jihad Organization, which is based in Lebanon.

Saab was also found guilty of conspiring to commit marriage fraud and making false statements. The Morristown, New Jersey, resident was exonerated on three other charges after a two-week trial.

Saab´s lawyer, Marlon Kirton, said much of the evidence came from what Saab himself told FBI investigators that was “un-credible, crazy, unsubstantiated information,” and which can´t be considered reliable.

Saab spoke with the FBI in 11 sessions over several weeks prior to his 2019 arrest, but was never read his rights, Kirton said in an email after the verdict.

U.S. Attorney Damian Williams highlighted the jury´s unanimous verdict that Saab was trained by a terrorist organization.

“The evidence at trial showed that Saab surveilled some of New York´s most iconic and highly trafficked locations,” Williams said in a statement, “in order to provide critical intelligence on how they could be most effectively attacked.”…

Prosecutors say that, according to Saab, he joined Hezbollah in 1996 and once tried to kill a man he later understood to be a suspected Israeli spy by pointing a weapon at the individual at close range, but the firearm jammed. They said he surveilled potential targets for terrorism attacks from 2000 to 2005 while working by day as a technology software engineer.

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