Massachusetts Governor’s problems may be bigger than previously thought

The Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center

The Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center

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This is a bit of a continuation from a post from yesterday. Before continuing, you may want to check this out first. Upon doing so, take note of the relationship between Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick – a Democrat – and the Muslim American Society (MAS).

That relationship, when viewed in the context of the video below only makes Patrick’s relationship with the Muslim community in Boston all the more troubling.

With that as a foundation, let’s take a look at another story of terrorism in Boston. In October of 2010, a would-be Muslim terrorist from Sudbury, MA – a suburb of Boston – named Tarek Mehanna was arrested before he could carry out his plot to gun down shoppers in a mall. Stories like these don’t get nearly the attention that successful attacks do but in this case, Mehanna’s intent and connections are quite newsworthy in light of the marathon bombings.

In fact, Mehanna’s co-conspirator – Ahmad Abousamra – is really the ‘person of interest’ in this case. As you’ll see in the video, Mehanna met Abousamra at the Islamic Center of New England (ICNE), an entity linked to the broader Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), which has long been identified as a Muslim Brotherhood group in the U.S.

Read the rest at  Shoebat.com

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Massachusetts Governor’s problems may be bigger than previously thought

  1. Reblogged this on swissdefenceleague and commented:
    In fact, Mehanna’s co-conspirator – Ahmad Abousamra – is really the ‘person of interest’ in this case. As you’ll see in the video, Mehanna met Abousamra at the Islamic Center of New England (ICNE), an entity linked to the broader Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), which has long been identified as a Muslim Brotherhood group in the U.S.

    Read the rest at Shoebat.com

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