Tuesday, March 10, 2015

U.S. Muslims Caught Providing Islamic State with U.S. Military Uniforms and Equipment

Nihad Rosic is a truck driver and had enough money to buy equipment to send to ISIS. Still think a jobs program is the solution to jihad?
Nihad Rosic
NBC—The Federal Bureau of Investigation confirms it arrested a man in central Indiana on Feb. 6, 2015, for allegedly helping ISIS terrorists.

13 Investigates first broke the story. We now have new details explaining how FBI agents caught their man.

His name is Nihad Rosic. He's originally from Bosnia, and moved to the United States where he's worked as a truck driver. But federal agents say he lives a double life and that he's part of a group that's been directly supporting ISIS terrorists in the Middle East.

As bloody battles rage on in Syria, the FBI and federal prosecutors have been working behind the scenes here in the United States.

Three weeks ago in St. Louis, prosecutors announced the indictment of six Bosnian nationals for conspiring to help ISIS terrorists. But what prosecutors did not announce is that one of the suspects was arrested in central Indiana.

13 Investigates has learned federal agents have been tracking Nihad Rosic for years. The FBI tells Eyewitness News that the truck driver was making a routine delivery off of Ronald Reagan Parkway in Plainfield when they made their arrest. It happened about an hour before Air Force One and President Barack Obama landed nearby.

The timing appears to be a coincidence. What is not coincidence, according to the indictment, is the relationship between Rosic and a brutal terrorist group.

The indictment says Rosic and other defendants provided ISIS fighters with US military uniforms, combat boots, tactical gear, and firearms accessories such as range finders and rifle scopes. They also wired thousands of dollars in cash, all in an elaborate conspiracy to commit "murder and maiming" in Syria and Iraq.

Investigators obtained records from Western Union and Paypal, and prosecutors say they show the transfer of money from the suspects in the Midwest to known terrorists in the Middle East. Federal agents also monitored phone calls, emails and Facebook to infiltrate their communication.

According to the indictment, members of the conspiracy used coded language, referring to each other as "lions." They called Syria "the beach." And weapons were known as "actions." (Continue Reading.)

7 comments:

paki p said...

Everyday some Muslim or a dumb western convert is arrested supporting ISIS and none of this is a main stream news. No channel is covering it or even talking about it. It's as if this isn't even happening.
Middle east and south east is beyond help but I think the west is also not that far behind. The politically correct politicians and misguided liberals will for sure being this country down.
I know that not all Muslims aren't bad people, they're just bad Muslims, which is just great, but USA needs to wake up. It's not that IF Islam will rule America, it's WHEN will it. And if the Americans (not just Christians) don't stand now it just might be too late. Funny thing is Muslims in USA still complain about how bad they are treated by USA.

akairey said...

just goes to say:
CAN MUSLIMS BE GOOD AMERICANS?????

This is very interesting and we all need to read it from start to finish. And send it on to everyone. Maybe this is why our American Muslims are so quiet and not speaking out about any atrocities.

This question was forwarded to a friend who worked in Saudi Arabia for 20 years. The following is his reply:

Theologically
- no. Because his allegiance is to Allah, The moon god of Arabia.

Religiously
- no. Because no other religion is accepted by His Allah except Islam. (Quran,2:256)(Koran)

Scripturally
- no. Because his allegiance is to the five Pillars of Islam and the Quran.

Geographically
- no. Because his allegiance is to Mecca, to which he turns in prayer five times a day.

Socially
- no. Because his allegiance to Islam forbids him to make friends with Christians or Jews.(Quran 5:51)

Politically
- no. Because he must submit to the mullahs (spiritual leaders), who teach annihilation of Israel and destruction of America, the great Satan.

Domestically
- no. Because he is instructed to marry four Women and beat and scourge his wife when she disobeys him. (Quran 4:34 )

Intellectually
- no. Because he cannot accept the American Constitution since it is based on Biblical principles and he believes the Bible to be corrupt.

Philosophically
- no. Because Islam, Muhammad, and the Quran does not allow freedom of religion and expression. Democracy and Islam cannot co-exist. Every Muslim government is either dictatorial or autocratic.

Spiritually
- no. Because when we declare 'one nation under God,' The Christian's God is loving and kind, while Allah is NEVER referred to as Heavenly father, nor is he ever called love in the Quran's 99 excellent names.

Therefore, after much study and deliberation... Perhaps we should be very suspicious of
ALL MUSLIMS in this country. They obviously cannot be both 'good' Muslims and 'good' Americans. Call it what you wish it’s still the truth. You had better believe it. The more who understand this, the better it will be for our country and our future.

There religious war is bigger than we know or understand!

The Muslims have said they will destroy us from within. SO FREEDOM IS NOT FREE.

Andy said...

Islam is less about peace and more about violence. Its amazing our government can't seem to understand the ideology behind Islamic terror is completely, well, Islamic.

David said...

This is obviously another zionist squirrel conspiracy to discredit glorious islam ;-P

Just ask Osama, Im sure he has a link to his website showing this up as a lie.

Paige said...

Before a comment is posted here, I'd like to encourage readers to not see these issues as automatically attached to people's ethnicity.

This is a serious error and leads people to the very irrational idea that somehow violence can be written into people's DNA.

Comments like "well, you can expect that from someone from ......" are both misguided and misguiding.

Paige said...

Hi akairey,

I'm not sure who wrote this, but some of the article you've posted is incorrect and simply relies on proof texts.

Muslims do not have an "allegiance" as we understand it to a number of these things.

But there are other issues that are misleading as well. For example, biblical morality did influence much of the American constitution (as was the norm in those times), but so did secularization. It is definitely not based on biblical principles, but it does draw from them.

There is certainly nothing in the American Constitution that cannot also apply to Islam. They have "one God" who is the "Creator".

The phrase "one nation under God" was only added in 1954, and on the basis on the constitution itself, no American citizen is under obligation to swear the pledge of allegiance to God, the flag or the nation.

When Muslims exercise their faith in America and protest against scrutiny, it is the Constitution that defends them.

President Obama and other American policy makers have stringently argued that Muslims not only can be good Americans, but are.

In fact, President Obama has stated that America is "no longer a Christian nation" and has belonged to Muslims as much as people of any other faith since its inception.

I don't mean to just be contentious but even pushing the present government's attitude aside, the
Constitution makes it very possible to be a good Muslim and a good American.

I do understand your point, but I would also suggest that it is a dangerous one. In history, we have seen what happens when nations become "suspicious" of a particular group of people and subtly sows thoughts about getting rid of them.

The sentence " Perhaps we should be very suspicious of ALL MUSLIMS in this country" makes me wonder who this man is. His intentions are most certainly not in line with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

I hope that no-one passes this hate speech on to anyone!

Dacritic said...

@ akairey

Yea mate. I suppose we can add, can a good Muslim be a good American? No, for all the reasons you stated. Well, of course unless the guy is a bad Muslim, who professes to be Muslim but not really doing anything Islam tells him to do. We've got many of those where I come from. And while I'm not complaining that they're "bad" Muslims, I feel like asking them, then why are you even still a Muslim?