But we can’t be too sure about that either. Because in their queer and twisted minds they probably believe that the CIA is “controlled by da Jews” who made him do it….. a Muslim would never do a thing like that, Muslims don’t do terrorism, Muslims don’t kill innocents, Muhammad never killed any innocents….. fill in the rest:
- Pakistan: Political leaders blame terrorism on “well-hatched,” U.S.-backed conspiracy
- Pakistan “under pressure” to stop jihadists — no, wait…
- Pakistan “under pressure” after Times Square bombing attempt, but how much?
Supporters of the youth wing of the Pakistani religious party Jamat-e-Islami rally to support Faisal Shahzad, the suspect accused of the failed Times Square car bombing, in Karachi, Pakistan on Thursday, May 6, 2010. Pakistani officials say U.S. law enforcement officers have joined them in questioning four alleged members of an al-Qaida-linked militant group over possible links to the Times Square bombing suspect.
Supporters of the Islamist group Jamat-e-Islami rally behind the accused Times Square bomber and against the US. As well as in Pakistan Jamaat-e-Islami has a large presence in southern India, Bangladesh and in the UK, were they advocate for Shari’a law and the Islamic state, through theÂ excisingÂ power structure. The group is closely affiliated with the Muslim Council of Britain [MCB], the UK’S largest Islamic organization.
Pakistani activists of a Pasban, a subgroup of hardline Sunni Muslim party Jamaat-e-Islami, chant slogans in Karachi on May 6, 2010 against the US intelligence agency the CIA in connection to the detention of a Pakistani-origin US citizen. The main spokesman for Pakistan’s Taliban said May 6 the group neither trained nor recruited the Pakistani-American charged with terrorism over an attempted New York bombing. Faisal Shahzad, the 30-year-old son of a retired air force officer who migrated from Pakistan and became a US citizen last year, has been charged with five counts of terrorism for trying to bomb Times Square on May 1.