Former MUSLIM National Guardsman Arrested For Plotting ISIS Attacks In America

Mohamed Jalloh in Muslim garb. (Facebook - 2015)

The Fort Hood shooter from 2009 was hardly the only Muslim among our armed forces who turned out to be yet another barbarian inside the gates.

Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hassan reported being influenced by the late radical American cleric Anwar Al-Awlaki. Awlaki has since been blown to smithereens in a drone strike, but he’s inspiring American radicals beyond the grave. Just the latest is a Muslim national guardsman (Mohamed Jalloh) who was arrested for attempting to provide funds to ISIS – and was plotting an attack against America.

Pamela Geller reports:

Mohamed Bailor Jalloh later said he would like to carry out an attack in the style of Fort Hood mass murdering Muslim Nidal Hasan. He also praised Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez, who killed five U.S. service members in Chattanooga, Tenn., last year. And Jalloh wanted to assassinate “someone known for organizing contests for cartoons of the prophet Muhammad.”

Mohamed Jalloh in 2014 (Facebook)
Mohamed Jalloh in 2014 (Facebook)

A picture Mohamed Jalloh posted to his Facebook account in January
A picture Mohamed Jalloh posted to his Facebook account in January

Mohamed Jalloh in Muslim garb. (Facebook - 2015)
Mohamed Jalloh (right) in Muslim garb. (Facebook – 2015)

By the way, that person “known for organizing contests for cartoons of Muhammad” is Geller herself.

The motives are pretty clear – yet if a massacre was actually carried out – imagine how many liberals would try to blame it on firearms. As for the story of the national guardsman turned radical:

He quit the National Guard after listening to the lectures of deceased radical Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, according to court documents, and became involved in planning a terrorist attack on U.S. soil. Moved to look up al-Awlaki’s lectures online after hearing the cleric referred to in the news media as a “hate preacher,” Jalloh found himself persuaded to take violent action, according to court papers.

Mohamed Jalloh's (right) most recent picture from Facebook
Mohamed Jalloh’s (right) most recent picture from Facebook

Most military personal on bases aren’t armed. That’s about the last place we want to have any sort of “gun free” zones. Why have we created “safe spaces” for terrorists?