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NYPD Suspected NYC Jihadi’s Local Mosque of Terror Ties over a Decade Before Massacre – Aussie Conservative Blog

Posted by Martin C. Fox on November 6, 2017

You are an annoyance, especially if make the mistake of asking for the truth.

Secrecy, arrogance, getting credit, power and prestige. it is all about them.  That is why all those all those people died in NYC.

https://aussieconservative.blog/2017/11/05/nypd-suspected-nyc-jihadis-local-mosque-of-terror-ties-over-a-decade-before-massacre/

The NYPD had suspected New Jersey’s Masjid Omar Mosque, where jihadist Sayfullo Saipov reportedly worshipped, of having radical ties for over 10 years, allegedly keeping all its worshippers under watch.

Moreover, the FBI, which claims it had nothing to do with monitoring the mosque, interviewed Saipov as a potential Islamic terrorist in 2015, but ultimately let him go.

On Tuesday, Uzbek national Saipov killed eight people and injured at least 11 in a vehicle attack on the West Side of Manhattan on Tuesday.

“The New York Police Department has secretly labeled entire mosques as terrorist organizations, a designation that allows police to use informants to record sermons and spy on imams, often without specific evidence of criminal wrongdoing,” reported the Associated Press (AP).

Even in the face of Islamic extremist terrorism, Democrats such as New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio are vehemently against his NYPD labeling mosques terror entities, which entails heavy surveillance.

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