Alabama Taliban: "Difficult to believe a Muslim could have done this!"

A week after the 9/11 attacks, a young Muslim at South Alabama University told the school’s newspaper it was “difficult to believe a Muslim could have done this.”

Now, eight years later, he is professing to launch attacks himself and calling on others to join the fight, as terror-related charges await him at home in Alabama, FOX News has learned exclusively.Via FOXNEWS:

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H/T Jawa Report

One wonders where Hmmami learned to embrace his inner struggle? Quick, Solkhar: why don’t you go and explain to this misguided Muslim that jihad is not a pillar of Islam and that he’s got his religion all wrong?

During his later teenage years, Hammami attended Daphne High School and frequented the Islamic Society of Mobile, one of the most popular mosques in the Mobile area. It’s unclear whether he was always a practicing Muslim, but a source told FOX News that he has family ties to Islam. A call to the mosque was not returned.

Any mosque with “Islamic Society” in it makes me think that it is part of the Islamic Society of North America — the Muslim Brotherhood’s US and Canadian affiliate.

3 thoughts on “Alabama Taliban: "Difficult to believe a Muslim could have done this!"”

  1. ” Habib: Muslim Brotherhood is Not Anti-American ”

    The MB’s latest statement on Bush’s visit has been misinterpreted by some western media as a declaration of enmity toward the American nation as a whole, which stimulated instant response by the MB to elaborate the nature of the movement’s vision, which makes clear-cut distinction between the current U.S. administration and the American people.

    In this regard, the Muslim Brotherhood’s first deputy chairman, Dr. Muhammad Habib, insisted that the statement should be understood solely as an attack on the U.S. foreign policy under the current administration, not the USA in general.

    Dr. Habib on his part strenuously condemned the U.S. post 9-11th policy which violated almost all international conventions and agreements, invading Afganistan, occupying Iraq, and backing Israel’s barbaric actions such as expansion of settlements and ethnic cleansing—all at the expense of the Palestinian population.

    “The Democrats themselves explicitly acknowledged the fact that the foreign as well as domestic policies adopted by the Bush administration have led to the loss of international respect to America, which necessitates a lot of subsequent efforts to retain it,” Habib added. “But I repeat, there is a huge difference between our vision of the U.S. administration, and the American people. A significant number of Americans oppose George Bush’s policies, and Millions of them took part in anti Iraq war demonstrations.”

    At the end of his statement, Habib said he dreams of the day when sincere efforts of people and NGOs from both sides, the USA and the Arab world, can get together and cooperate for the sake of everybody’s stability and justice.

    so I’d like to invite you to visit :

    IKhwanweb is the Muslim Brotherhood”s only official English web site. The Main office is located in London, although Ikhwanweb has correspondents in most countries. Our staff is exclusively made of volunteers and stretched over the five continents.
    The Muslim Brotherhood opinions and views can be found under the sections of MB statements and MB opinions, in addition to the Editorial Message.
    Items posted under “other views” are usually different from these of the Muslim Brotherhood.
    Ikhwanweb does not censor any articles or comments but has the right only to remove any inappropriate words that defy public taste
    Ikhwanweb is not a news website, although we report news that matter to the Muslim Brotherhood”s cause. Our main misson is to present the Muslim Brotherhood vision right from the source and rebut misonceptions about the movement in western societies. We value debate on the issues and we welcome constructive criticism.

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  2. “Solkhar: why don’t you go and explain to this misguided Muslim that jihad is not a pillar of Islam and that he’s got his religion all wrong?”

    So why do you not go and explain to a murderer that it is wrong? Why do you not go explain to a rapist that it is a wrong? Why do you not go and explain to a politician that corruption is a wrong?

    But if you ask the Taliban he will not say it is a Pillar of Islam, because any Muslim ‘and those that claim to know bout Islam’ knows that there are Five Pillars of Islam and that Jihad is not one of them.

    Now he will claim that there is a just war and “Jihad” and a Taliban, like a Wahhabi will claim an obscure haddith that most other Sunni Muslims will certainly will not.

  3. Omar,

    As long as the Ikhwanweb site remains a political agenda rag I put no value in it what so ever.

    Frankly speaking a major portion of the website is there only to attack the Egyptian government and thus we can only say that the website is there for Egyptian political debate and nothing else.

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