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Florida Jihad 2017

Saturday, January 7, 2017 14:41
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By Douglas V. Gibbs
Islam is terror.  Jihad is terror.  While there may be Muslims who claim to be moderate, the moderates are truly those who reject the violent teachings of the Koran.  Islam teaches hate, while Christianity teaches love.
As we continue to import Muslims in the name of “refugees,” the reality is, what we are experiencing is an invasion.  And those who have invaded our shores have also turned Americans into Muslim killing machines.
On Friday a gunman killed five people at a Florida airport, and according to the FBI, he specifically traveled to Florida to carry out the terrorist attack. 26 year-old Esteban Santiago is the suspected gunman in the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport shooting that claimed five lives.  He sports a Muslim-style beard, and is most recently from Alaska.  He served in the Army National Guard, Alaska was his last duty station.  He entered the National Guard in Puerto Rico.
In November, Santiago paid a visit to the FBI office in Anchorage, telling agents he was hearing voices and being directed by U.S. intelligence agencies.  According to the report, he told the FBI that the U.S. Government forced him to watch ISIS videos.  The ruse of government mind-control will have many, I am sure, shifting the blame from Islam, to the United States.  My thought is, “Is it possible both Islam and the Obama administration are to blame?”
The military has stated that Santiago's nine years of service in the National Guard included one 10-month tour of Iraq, where he was awarded a combat action badge.
Santiago returned from Iraq a changed man, his aunt told CNN.  Is it because he was a Muslim convert?
“His mind was not right,” the aunt, Maria Ruiz Rivera, said in a phone interview in Spanish from her home in New Jersey. “He seemed normal at times, but other times he seemed lost. He changed.”
She added, “He talked about all the destruction and the killing of children. He had visions all the time.”
Ruiz said she lost contact with Santiago several months ago.
“He stopped calling,” she said. “He wouldn't respond to my messages. I would call and text. He seemed distant.”
Her family is still in shock.
“Who would have imagined that he could do something like this?” she said. “I don't say that because we're family. I say it because he wasn't like that.”
Did Santiago indeed convert to Islam?  Are his claims of government collusion true?  Is his attack truly an example of the Islamic jihad coming to Fort Lauderdale?  What about the information about him being investigated about child porn?
Santiago, it is being reported, hid the firearm in his baggage, and took his suitcase to the bathroom, after retrieving it, and took the gun out.  He then exited the bathroom, and opened fire.  He operated as a lone gunman, wounding six people seriously and killing five.

While officials haven’t released the names of any victims, the families have already begun telling their stories to news outlets.

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