The Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville was stormed by jihadi terrorists on Saturday. They took hostages and demanded that Aafia Siddiqui be released. Now comes the hard part: downplaying and whitewashing what happened, as it doesn’t fit into the established narrative.
FBI Special Agent-in-Charge Matt DeSarno started the conversation by saying, “We believe from our engagement avec this subject that he was singularly concentrated on one issue, which was not specifically related to the Jewish community. But we’re continuing the work to find the motive, and we will continue to follow that path.”
DeSarno’s bizarre statement stems from the fact that all the demands made by the hostage-taker revolved around Aafia Saidiqui, aka “Lady al Qaeda”, who is currently serving 86 years for plotting a massive jihad massacre in New York City. According to reports, the hostage-taker demanded his “sister” be released. This led to speculation that he was actually Aafia’s brother. Officials have now said that the hostage-taker is not related to Siddiqui and referred to her as his sister in Islam.
Tom Winter from NBC News claims that the hostage-taker had Charlie Cytron-Walker (rabbi of Congregation Beth Israel), who he was holding hostage call another rabbi in New York City. “The call was made to demand Aafia Siddiqui’s release. Winter tweeted that the New York City-based rabbi called 9-1-1 and that the NYPD was well aware of the incident.
Let’s clarify this. A man enters a synagogue, takes hostages, and warns people that if they get too close they will die. He demands that an al-Qaeda terrorist be released. The FBI claims that his actions are not specifically related to the Jewish Community. This is likely because he was referring only to Aafia Siddiqui and he wasn’t reportedly railing about Jews or Israel.
So, why did he do this in a synagogue? He could have taken hostages anywhere in the world, so why did he choose Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville Texas? After he took his hostages, why did one rabbi call another to request Aafia Siddiqui’s release? What does Congregation Beth Israel’s relationship with Aafia Saidiqui have to do? What does Congregation Beth Israel’s rabbi (or the New York City rabbi the hostage-taker had contact with) have to do Aafia siddiqui?
Nofal wasn’t the only one. In 2016, Sheikh Muhammad Ma’moun Rahma, a Friday sermon at Damascus’ Umayyad Mosque, declared: “Are we aware, oh Muslims, that global Jewry holds all the political reins in the superpowers of the world? The world is aware that the Jews hold the wealth and knowledge sources, and are able to control culture and economy. They are the kings and leaders of finance in America and Europe and also the media and publishing house owners. They are the ones behind many of the political and ideological movements in the East as well as the West. Listen, Muslims and Arabs! They stated that global news agencies are necessary in order to control global ideology. This will allow people to only view the news from the viewpoint they choose. Their goal is to destroy Islam and its followers.
The “global news agencies” may be in the hand’s Zionists. They’re doing a terrible job of telling Israel’s story. Because the hostage-taker believed that only Jews had the power to free Aafia Siddiqui, he chose the synagogue. In his febrile imagination, the synagogue of Colleyville would be connected to the Jewish power brokers that could be used to compel his hostage-taking.
This information should be known by the FBI, but it isn’t. It removed all anti-terror training materials that mentioned Islamic texts or teachings and cut all ties with independent contractors (including me), who were teaching agents about the goals and beliefs of jihad terrorists. The FBI can’t investigate any Islamic anti-Semitism that they find. This is another area of prohibition for the FBI today. The FBI’s wake idiocy is deliberately misleading Americans about Colleyville.