Sunday, October 28, 2012

Al Qaeda-Linked Jihadists Helped Incite 9/11 Cairo Protest

The Obama administration claimed that the protests (and in some cases attacks) were just spontaneous, solely because of the video, and having nothing to do with Al Qaeda. We know in Benghazi that story was 100% false, and we now know that it was not true everywhere else as well. It was Al Qaeda linked Jihadists, using the video, to incite the mobs. Before you even think that the fact the Jihadists were using the video means the clip was still somehow at fault, remind yourself that they were inciting people before the clip was ever in the concept phase. These terrorists will use whatever excuse they can. The excuse they use is not at fault, these Jihadists are.

"Several al Qaeda-linked jihadists helped incite the protest outside the US embassy in Cairo on Sept. 11. The jihadists include senior members of Egyptian Islamic Jihad (EIJ), a group that merged with al Qaeda, and a senior Gamaa Islamiyya (IG) leader who has longstanding ties to al Qaeda's senior leadership.

Spontaneous anger over an obscure anti-Islam video titled "Innocence of Muslims" has been widely cited as the cause of the embassy protest in Cairo. But clear evidence shows that these al Qaeda-linked jihadists used clips from that film that were televised on Egyptian television as a pretext to incite a mob.

The most conspicuous of these jihadists is Rifai Ahmed Taha Musa, an IG leader who was named as a signatory on al Qaeda's infamous February 1998 fatwa announcing an Islamic Front for Jihad against Jews and Crusaders. The fatwa justified terrorist attacks against American civilians and others. Musa would later disavow his participation in the Islamic Front, but his al Qaeda ties are well established.

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