Muslim Somali "Refugee" Abdul Razak Ali Artan Commits Jihad Terror Attack On Ohio U Students With Car And Knife Wounding 11
November 29, 2016
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The attacker posted a message on Facebook that law enforcement officials have released to the public.
"By Allah, we will not let you sleep unless you give peace to the Muslims. You will not celebrate or enjoy any holiday," he wrote before the attack. "Btw, every single Muslim who disapproves of my actions is a sleeper cell, waiting for a signal. I am warning you Oh America."
Ohio State Jihadist Abdul Artan Complained About Lack Of Muslim Prayer Rooms
November 28, 2016 - San Francisco, CA - PipeLineNews.org - The bloody jihad perpetrated this morning at Ohio State University by Abdul Artan, a Somali "refugee" was apparently motivated by "a lack of prayer rooms" on the Ohio campus
As the Daily Caller is reporting:
"'The Lantern' OSU's campus newspaper - ran an interview with Artan just a few months ago, in which he criticized the school for not having Muslim prayer rooms on campus. 'I wanted to pray in the open, but I was kind of scared with everything going on in the media,' he stated. 'I'm a Muslim, it's not what the media portrays me to be."
So it seems that this Muslim cake eater - using typical rape-ugee logic - felt unduly put upon by not have a special little safe room put aside for him to "pray" in and as a result thought that the proportionate and reasonable response was to put nine people in the hospital with serious injuries, one of whom is believed to be in critical condition.
We wonder to what degree, if any, that the now - thankfully - room temperature Mr. Artan was vetted by President Obama's illustrious State Department? Much has been made of State's vaunted ability to winnow out bad actors through a rigorous process of interviews, background checks and the like over the last couple of years, but as far as we are aware, State's interaction with Artan have not yet been reported anywhere.
With events still unfolding, we will update this report when conditions warrant it.
November 28, 2016 - San Francisco, CA - PipeLineNews.org - At 9:52 am, EST this morning, a young male Somali "refugee" went on a rampage on the campus of Ohio State University. An NBC News affiliated website , "has identified the suspect as 18-year-old Abdul Artan." Artan and his family had been living in Pakistan before immigrating to the United States.
Fox News reported roughly the same information, though without providing the perp's ID.
At least nine people were injured and a suspect was killed during an incident at Ohio State University on Monday morning. An "active shooter" was reported at the university shortly before 10:00am, and students were told to shelter in place. It turned out, however, that the only gunfire came from police toward the suspect, now identified as a Somali man in his 20s. [source, Somali Man Rams Ohio State Students with Car, Attacks With Knife ; 9 Injured, Fox News]
All of those who were attacked were transported to area hospitals, with one listed in serious condition.
As we have continuously noted on these pages, and is fully explore in our just released book, Islamic Jihad, Cultural Marxism and the Transformation of the West, Islam is not a religion. It is an ideology camouflaged by religious trappings and spread by the sword as sacralized within Islam's "holiest" text, the Qur'an, a festering, hate-filled playbook for global domination.
He reportedly discussed attacks on Muslims on social media
Anti-U.S. Facebook rant may be linked to Ohio stabber
Authorities believe Ohio State University attacker may have posted an anti-U.S. rant posted on Facebook moments before the attack
. Ben Ariel, כ"ח בחשון תשע"ז, 11/29/2016
Authorities are investigating an anti-U.S. rant posted on Facebook just minutes before Monday's attack at the Ohio State University that is believed to be linked to the suspect in the attack, Abdul Razak Ali Artan, ABC News reports.
Appearing three minutes before the beginning of the rampage that left 11 people injured, the post reads, according to the report, "I can't take it anymore. America! Stop interfering with other countries, especially the Muslim Ummah. We are not weak. We are not weak, remember that."
The post also invokes the name of Anwar Al-Awlaki, a radical American-born Al-Qaeda cleric, describing him as a "hero."
Al-Awlaki was killed in 2011 but his propaganda has been linked to several domestic terrorist attacks in the years after his death.
"If you want us Muslims to stop carrying lone wolf attacks, then make peace," the post reads, according to ABC News. "We will not let you sleep unless you give peace to the Muslims."
The post, which was on a page that appears to have since been disabled, takes the form of a photo of a computer screen displaying a text document.
Authorities identified Artan as the attacker in a press conference earlier on Monday, but said they have not determined a motive and the investigation is ongoing.
Sources told ABC News that he is of Somali descent and is a legal permanent resident in the United States.
Artan, who reportedly was a student at the university, left his homeland with his family in 2007, lived in Pakistan and then came to the United States in 2014.
In Monday's attack, he plowed a car into a campus crowd, then jumped out and stabbed people with a butcher knife before being shot dead by police.
The attack comes as the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group has been urging its followers in recent weeks to copy the vehicle attack that took place in Nice, France, when 85 peoplewere killed by a terrorist driving a semi-truck through a Bastille Day celebration.
It also comes two days after the terror group published a video instructing its followers on how to use a knife to attack non-believers. ISIS is not mentioned in the Facebook post, however, according to ABC News.
Just three months ago, an OSU student named Abdul Razak Artan was quoted in the college newspaper, The Lantern, as he discussed his troubles finding a place to pray on his new campus, the report said.
"I wanted to pray in the open, but I was kind of scared with everything going on in the media. I'm a Muslim, it's not what the media portrays me to be," he is quoted in the paper as saying. "If people look at me, a Muslim praying, I don't know what they're going to think, what's going to happen. But I don't blame them. It's the media that put that picture in their heads, so they're just going to have it, and it — it's going to make them feel uncomfortable."
Asked about Artan, the vice president of marketing and communications at Columbus State told ABC News in a statement, "Abdul Razak Ali Artan was enrolled at Columbus State Community College from autumn semester 2014 through summer semester 2016. He graduated with an associate of arts degree in spring of 2016 and then continued taking additional noncredit classes through summer semester 2016."
If the attack is indeed a jihadist-inspired terrorist attack, it would not be the first such attack in the United States in recent years.
Just a year ago, in December of 2015, Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik carried out a massacre in San Bernardino, California, killing 14 people and injuring 22 others.
The FBI later said that Farook and Malik were both radicalized "for quite some time". It is believed Farook had contact with people from at least two terrorist organizations overseas, and investigators have also said Malik had pledged allegiance to ISIS in a Facebook posting.
In another incident, Faisal Mohammad, a California college student who stabbed four people late last year was reported to have been carrying an image of the black flag of ISIS as well as a handwritten manifesto with instructions to behead a student and multiple reminders to pray to Allah.
ISIS claims responsibility for Ohio State attack
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack yesterday in Ohio State University.
Tal Polon, כ"ח בחשון תשע"ז, 11/29/2016
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack yesterday in Ohio State University.
A short while ago, the ISIS news agency wrote that the Somali Ohio State University student who perpetrated the attack was, in fact, a "soldier of the Islamic State."
The announcement came moments after White House Press secretary Josh earnest speculated that the terrorist "may have been motivated by extremism," while urging people not to immediately associate the attack with Islamic terrorism.
"If we respond to this situation by casting aspersions on millions of people that adhere to a particular religion ... we're more likely to contribute to acts of violence than we are to prevent them," he said.
Yesterday, a terrorist plowed through pedestrians with his car at Ohio State University, then jumped from the car and started stabbing those nearby with a butcher knife.
Eleven people were taken to the hospital as a result of the attack. The terrorist was killed at the scene.