Aug 6 2012
The police should throw all these anti-American terrorist supporters in jail along with them, starting with the ‘Dhimmi’ Grannies for Peace.
WNYT Eight years ago, on August 4, 2004, FBI agents in Albany took a Muslim religious leader and a pizza shop owner into custody, charging them with conspiracy and money laundering in a scheme that allegedly supported a foreign terrorist organization. Those men were convicted and sent to prison.
On Saturday night, supporters took part in a march to say, those men are not forgotten.
After the highly publicized FBI sting operation , Yassin Aref and Mohammed Hossain were sentenced to fifteen years in federal prison. To this day, many leftists/commies and Muslims believe the government targeted them because they are Muslim, entrapped them, and took their lives away.
Most of the people involved in Saturday night’s march up Central Avenue in Albany were not Muslim. It was a cross section of faiths, but what they really all had in common was a lack of faith in their own American government, which is what they believe to be the lesson of the Aref/Hossain case.
“The government can take down anybody at any time they want to,” said Stephen Downs, executive director of Project Salam.
“As long as they’re willing to lie, and cheat, and manufacture evidence as they do here in these cases, all of us are at risk.”
Ed Bloch, 88, of Latham, executive director of the Interfaith Alliance, broke out in a chorus from Rogers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific that he felt fit the occasion: “To hate all the people your relatives hate, you’ve got to be carefully taught.” (You are talking about every Muslim, you idiot)
Stephen Downs believes what happened to Hossain and Aref could happen to him in the blink of an eye. (One can only hope)
Downs points out the government has locked up more than two hundred Muslims in this country who he believes have been preemptively prosecuted. (Only 200?)