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  Irish Islamic terror plot

The Majed Moughni threat

Reaction to the Irish Islamic terror plot

The Islamic street

The threat of violence

The limits of what I will do
(I do not display the "roundabout dog" cartoons)

The Muhammed cartoons

Islam annoys the West


The "roundabout dog" Muhammed cartoons




Swedish Islamofascist openly threatens Lars Vilks with death. And here.
Why is this woman not in Guantanamo?




Attack on Lars Vilks, 2010



Lars Vilks assaulted at Uppsala University, Sweden, by Islamic religious maniacs shouting "Allahu Akbar!", 11 May 2010.
Also here and here.




Further Islamic violence and plots




Irish Islamic terror plot, 2010

Muslim radicals arrested in Waterford, Ireland, Mar 2010, in plot to kill Lars Vilks, the Swedish "roundabout dog" cartoonist.




The individuals

  1. "Jihad Jane" (American convert who came to Ireland)
    • Two American female converts to Islam came to Ireland to wage jihad in Europe. One was the poorly-educated fanatic convert Colleen LaRose, aka "Fatima LaRose", aka "Jihad Jane". She converted to Islam in 2007 and started posting terrorist videos online and promoting Islamic terror.
    • She had an appalling life and was terribly abused as a child. But that hardly justifies her plan to victimise others.
    • The community at the counter-jihad blog The Jawa Report played a major role in this case. From 2007 on they tracked the terrorist online posts of "Jihad Jane". They reported her to the FBI, who took over, hence uncovering the entire plot. A great win for the counter-jihad.
    • See images and youtube and myspace.
    • See indictment and FBI press release.
    • Al Qaeda, Nov 2010, lists Islamist prisoners they support, including "Sister Colleen LaRose".
    • Jihad Jane pleads guilty to plot against Lars Vilks, 1 Feb 2011. See FBI press release.
    • Jihad Jane gets 10 years, Jan 2014.

  2. "Jihad Jamie" (American convert who came to Ireland)

  3. Ali Charaf Damache (Algerian Muslim in Ireland)
    • Ali Charaf Damache (or Ali Charafe Damache or Ali Sharif Damache), an Algerian Muslim living in Waterford, Ireland. Jihad Jane and Jihad Jamie came to join him in Ireland to (as they understood it) wage jihad. Jihad Jane said Damache "was the one that helped me to stay on the road of jihad ... he was teaching me and telling me to hate the kaffir".
    • Damache married Jihad Jamie as soon as she arrived in Ireland. She soon soured on him, and wrote: "I wish I was never stupid enough to come here ... This man has no intentions to make this relationship work ... I am just a sex slave to him ... I cry because I always wanted a person in my life who could love me for who I am."
    • He was living off welfare benefits.
    • He is listed in the US as an unindicted co-conspirator (and here) in the Lars Vilks plot.
    • Jihad Jamie's new husband is listed as "CC #2" in her indictment. The indictment says "CC #2" desired to become a martyr in the name of Allah, and said: "i tried twice but i wasnt successful .. [but] i will .. try until Allah will m[a]ke it easy for me."
    • US seeks his extradition, Oct 2011. See indictment. Damache is charged by the Americans with "conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists" and "attempted identity theft to facilitate an act of international terrorism". "The United States intends to seek his extradition from Ireland to stand trial ... If convicted of the charges .. Damache faces a potential sentence of 45 years in prison."
    • Damache pleaded guilty in Ireland in Feb 2013 to making a threatening phone call to the moderate American Muslim Majed Moughni. He got 4 years, but has already been 3 years in prison, and was released. However he was immediately re-arrested on foot of the US extradition request.
    • Damache still in Irish prison as at Jan 2014, pending extradition to US.

  4. Mohammad Hassan Khalid (American Muslim in US)




Reuters do a round-up of the whole Jihad Jane plot, Dec 2012.
See a number of videos and articles.



Jihad Jamie (Jamie Paulin-Ramirez) and her son Christian.
It's very sad to see a boy with no father, and a woman so lost that she embraces radical Islam.
Photo from here.



Mar 2010 interview with Jamie Paulin-Ramirez's heartbroken mother, worried sick about her foolish daughter and innocent grandson.
See also a Mar 2010 interview with her brother.
Update: As at 2012, Ramirez is in jail, and the child is safe living with the grandmother.



Ali Charafe Damache.
From here.


  
What Jihad Jane says about Damache.
From Reuters video.




The Majed Moughni threat



Moderate American Muslim Majed Moughni organised the above small protest against Islamic terror in Detroit in Jan 2010.
It was a response to the sick evil of the underpants bomber (who is now doing life without parole in Florence Supermax).



As a result of organising the protest against Islamic terror, moderate American Muslim Majed Moughni received a death threat phone call in Jan 2010 from Ireland, from Algerian Muslim Ali Charafe Damache.




Reaction to the Irish Islamic terror plot

Instead of whining grievance-mongering, a number of Irish Muslims have spoken out strongly against the plot. Good for them.



Unimpressive reactions to the plot




Colleen LaRose praises Obama in May 2008.
From The Jawa Report.
The Jawa Report and other Internet counter-jihadis have been on the Colleen LaRose case for years.



Click to see street view of the Damache flat, John Collyn House, High Street, in the old part of Waterford.
John Collyn was a 15th century Dean of Waterford.
How bemused he would be to find a hostile group of Barbary pirates dwelling inside the walls of Waterford!



Previous Waterford experience with Islamic Barbary pirates:
Ballynagaul, Co.Waterford, on the 1829 to 1842 map. See modern map.
The name in Irish is "Baile na nGall" meaning "Town of the Foreigners".
The story goes that a group of Barbary pirates once settled here. The place was also called "Turkstown".





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