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Dallas Mayor Says He is More Afraid of White Men Than Syrian Refugees

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings says he is more afraid of armed white men that Syrian refugees. He cites a chart that shows white supremacists have killed nearly 50 people since 911, while Jihadists have killed just about 25 since 911. The San Bernardino killers had 14 victims and Nidal Hassan killed 13. That’s already 27. There have been at least 13 Jihadi attacks since 911.

From Newsmax:.

3. Seattle Jewish Center shooting — On July 28, 2006, Pakistani-American Naveed Afzal Haq, shot six women at the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle, killing one. Haq, who expressed anti-Semitic and anti-Western views during the 911 call leading to his capture, was convicted of aggravated first-degree murder. King County prosecutor Dan Satterberg said upon his conviction, “The jury said that we want to live in a diverse . . . community and that hate crimes have no place here. The jury said that holding extremist views does not make you insane,” reported SeattlePi.com.

4. Little Rock Military Recruiting Center shooting — Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, a Muslim convert from Memphis, killed one soldier in a drive-by shooting on a military recruiting station in Little Rock, Arkansas, on June 1, 2009. He appeared to be a violent jihadist who self-radicalized after traveling to Yemen, The New York Times reported. He claimed ties to al-Qaida, but they have not been confirmed.

5. Fort Hood shooting — Nidal Hasan, a U.S. Army major and psychiatrist, killed 13 and injured more than 30 people during a shooting rampage in Texas on November 5, 2009. In seven pages of handwritten thoughts sent to Fox News, Hasan referred to himself as a “Soldier of Allah,” and appeared to renounce his American citizenship.

6. Attempted Times Square bombing — Pakistan-born Faisal Shahzad ignited a bomb he’d placed in a vehicle parked in New York’s Times Square on May 1, 2010, but it failed to explode. The deadly plot was foiled by two street vendors, and authorities disarmed the bomb. Shahzad, who then-Attorney General Eric Holder said was reportedly trained by the Taliban in Pakistan, was sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty to a number of charges, including attempting an act of terrorism, The Wall Street Journal reported.

7. Portland car bomb plot — On November 26, 2010, Somali-American student Mohamed Osman Mohamud attempted to set off a car bomb at a Christmas tree lighting in Portland, Oregon. He was unaware that the plot was part of an FBI sting operation, and that the bomb was a fake, USA Today reported. He reportedly believed he was working with a larger “ring of jihadists,” but they were actually undercover law enforcement agents.

8. Boston Marathon bombing — Three were killed and more than 200 injured on April 15, 2013, when brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev set off pressure-cooker bombs near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Two police officers were killed as the result of firefights related to the subsequent manhunt for the Tsarnaevs. According to The New York Times, the brothers appear to have learned to build bombs by reading the online English-language magazine of the affiliate of al-Qaida in Yemen.

9. Oklahoma Vaughn Foods beheading — Alton Nolen, a production line employee at the Vaughn Foods processing plant in Moore, Oklahoma, allegedly beheaded a coworker and stabbed and injured another on September 24, 2014. According to CNN, Nolan appeared to have converted to Islam during a prison stint, and had reportedly tried to convert coworkers to Islam. He also glorified jihad on Facebook.

10. Queens, New York, hatchet attack — Zale H. Thompson, an African-American who’d converted to Islam two years prior, attacked four New York City Police Department (NYPD) officers on October 23, 2014, with a hatchet, injuring three before being shot dead by one of the officers. According to Reuters, Thompson “had made anti-Western postings on social media and visited websites associated with several radical Islamic groups, police said at a news conference.”

11. Slaying of two NYPD officers — On Dec. 20, 2014, Ismaaiyl Brinsley ambushed NYPD officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos, killing them with a 9-millimeter pistol, after alluding to the high-profile police-related deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner on social media. “Brinsley’s abandoned YouTube channel contained a video showing him heading to pray at Brooklyn’s Masjid At Taqwa, a mosque that has been linked to terrorist and anti-police activity,” The Daily Caller reported. Brinsley shot and killed himself shortly after killing the officers.

12. Texas art show shooting — Would-be killers Elton Simpson and Nadir Hamid Soofi shot a security guard in the ankle at the “First Annual Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest” on May 3, 2015, before being shot and killed themselves by a quick-thinking Garland police officer, The Dallas Morning News reported. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack, and both gunmen pledged allegiance to the terrorist group on Twitter before being killed.

13. Chattanooga Recruiting Center shootings — Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez staged drive-by shootings on a military recruiting center and a U.S. Navy Reserve center on July 16, 2015, killing five. The perpetrator himself, a Jordanian citizen born in Kuwait and naturalized in the U.S., “searched the Internet in the days leading up to the attack for Islamic materials about whether martyrdom would lead to forgiveness for his sins, like drunkenness and financial debt, according to law enforcement officials,” The New York Times reported.

That is a total of 36 from that list. There were another 14 killed by the San Bernardino shooters. There were another 11 people injured in last week’s attack at Ohio State University. It also doesn’t include the 49 people killed at the pulse nightclub. That’s 99 people killed by Islamist extremists not the 25 claimed by the Dallas mayor. On top of that, you have more than 350 injured. 264 were injured in the Boston marathon bombings alone. There are quite a few single killings by Jihadists. You can find that list here.

Now, as to the claims that white supremacists have killed 48 people, in order to get that number, they had to include church shootings. White supremacists do not kill Christians. Dylan Roof killed 9 in Charleston, SC. That was obviously a racist shooting and no one can deny that. Their list also includes the killing of police officers. Funny, they do not include a list of police officers killed by BLM and their supporters. Liberals also include the Oregon standoff with the Bundys as an act of white supremacy.

Quotes by Mayor Rawlings includes:

“ISIS is no more Islamic than Nazi senior staff was Christian. Christ following people like myself — how do we deal with this issue of strangers, and are we going to let them in?”

So, what is all that Allahu Akbar crap all about, huh?

The safety of Dallasities is paramount in his mind and [the Governor’s] mind as well. We want to get rid of ISIS. We all agree with that. ISIS wants us to be divided on this issue. ISIS wants us to demonize these refugees, wants us to alienate these children.”

That is a bald faced lie. ISIS encourages the refugee programs. They use them to smuggle operatives to the West.

http://www.newsweek.com/how-isis-smuggles-terrorists-among-syrian-refugees-453039

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