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Saturday, August 17, 2013

Yemeni Jihadi Killed in Louisiana—Not a Peep from the Media

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Yemeni Jihadi Killed in Louisiana—Not a Peep from the Media

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for Law Enforcement, Military, and Intelligence Professionals


Yemeni Jihadi Killed in Louisiana—Not a Peep from the Media
By John Guandolo, Founder of UnderstandingTheThreat.com

How many Americans are aware of the hostage situation in Louisiana this week?  In all likelihood, few reading this are.

How many of your are aware that the man who took the hostages was from Yemen? You wouldn't know this if you watch CNN or any other mainstream media outlet. The average person reading about the incident for the first time would probably assume some random crazy guy took hostages at a bank in Smalltown, USA. The police stormed the bank, killed the assailant who killed the hostages before he was killed. That's it, right?

But that isn't it.

How derelict is our media today when yet another act of jihad gets transformed into another run-of-the mill story? In most of the stories about the incident, the media didn't even report the jihadi's name!

Here's a clue. The assailants name is Fuaed Abdo Ahmed, a twenty year-old young man of Yemeni descent. Ahmed traveled to Yemen this summer for reasons yet unknown to the FBI, and was detained at the airport upon his return to the US.

Ahmed's photo below is also what experts might refer to as "investigative clue."
http://images.quickblogcast.com/9/4/6/8/2/332983-328649/YemeniJihadist.jpg?a=32

I believe Ahmed is holding an AK-47 in the photo. Call me reactionary, but...

As mentioned in my previous blog, the federal government's complete inability to identify the threat to this country from the Global Islamic Movement is costing lives here on the streets of America.
When Muslim males drive cars over pedestrians killing them, they get dubbed "crazy." No mention of vehicular jihad.

When a Muslim named Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad killed U.S. Army Private Andy Long in Little Rock, Arkansas the Department of Justice refused to prosecute the case as terrorism even though the assailant claimed it was jihad. The homicide was prosecuted as a state murder case. A "Mujahid" is a "Holy Warrior" in Islam. This is also an "investigative clue."

When U.S. Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan killed over a dozen people on Fort Hood, our government declared it to be "workplace violence."

I believe we can now officially declare our leaders at the national level "Insane" and completely incapable of defending us.

It is time for local and state leaders to take back their own streets, one town, one county, one state at a time.


Thanks to the www.Hayride.com for publishing the ground truth about this incident. Good to see investigative journalism is not completely dead in America.

John Guandolo is the author of the soon-to-be-released book, Raising a Jihadi Generation - MB Handbook for Law Enforcement, Military, and Intelligence Professional. 

This article may be found at http://blog.understandingthethreat.com/  

PROFILE:
John Guandolo is the Founder of UnderstandingTheThreat.com(www.understandingthethreat.com), an organization dedicated to providing strategic and operational threat-focused consultation, education, and training for federal, state and local leadership and agencies.

Mr. Guandolo is a 1989 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and took a commission as an Officer in the United States Marine Corps.  He served with 2d Battalion 2d Marines as an Infantry Platoon Commander in combat Operations Desert Shield/Storm.  From 1991-1996, he served in 2d Force Reconnaissance Company as a Platoon Commander, Assistant Operations Officer, and the unit’s Airborne and Diving Officer.  During this time, he also deployed to the Adriatic/Bosnia.  He served for one year as the Unit Leader for the CINC’s In-Extremis Force, directly reporting to a Combatant Commander in a classified mission profile.  Mr. Guandolo was a combat diver, a military freefall parachutist, and is a graduate of the U.S. Army Ranger School.

In 1996, Mr. Guandolo resigned his commission in the Marine Corps and joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), serving at the Washington Field Office.  From 1996-2000, he primarily conducted narcotics investigations domestically and overseas.  In 2001, he served for one year as the FBI Liaison to the U.S. Capitol Police investigating threats on the President, Vice-President, Members of Congress and other high-level government officials. Shortly after 9/11, Mr. Guandolo began an assignment to the Counterterrorism Division of the FBI’s Washington Field Office developing an expertise in the Muslim Brotherhood, Islamic Doctrine, the global Islamic Movement, and a myriad of terrorist organizations to include Hamas, Al Qaeda, and others. 

In 2006Mr. Guandolo created and implemented the FBI’s first Counterterrorism Training/Education Program focusing on the Muslim Brotherhood and their subversive movement in the United States, Islamic Doctrine, and the global Islamic Movement.  He was designated a “Subject Matter Expert” by FBI Headquarters.  This course was hailed as “groundbreaking” by the FBI’s Executive Assistant Director in a brief to the Vice President’s National Security Staff.  For his efforts, in 2007 Mr. Guandolo was presented the “Defender of the Homeland” Award by U.S. Senators John Kyl and Joseph Lieberman on behalf of the Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C.   While in the FBI, Mr. Guandolo received two (2) United States Attorney’s Awards for Investigative Excellence. 

Mr. Guandolo served on the Washington Field Office SWAT team for over nine years and as its Team Leader for three of those years.  He was a certified Undercover Agent, and served in a variety of assignments in that capacity.  Mr. Guandolo was a Nationally Registered Paramedic, a First Aid Instructor, and served as an “Advanced Capability Medic” with the FBI.  His career has included significant overseas travel to include many areas of Africa, Southwest Asia, Europe and elsewhere.  In his last year and a half in the FBI, Mr. Guandolo served on a Surveillance Unit.

Mr. Guandolo advises governments - U.S. and others - on matters related to National Security, specifically the threat from the Global Islamic Movement.  He actively advises members of Congress, law enforcement, the intelligence community, military, National Guard, key community leaders, and others.  He served as an adjunct instructor at the Joint Forces Staff College and the U.S. Army War College, and is one of the authors of Shariah – The Threat to America, the first comprehensive book on the threat from the Islamic Movement in the U.S.  He has appeared on television and radio, and regularly publishes articles related to these matters in a number of media outlets.  

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