Jihad in America: The administration has quietly reversed itself and ruled last summer's mass shooting by a Tennessee Muslim an act of foreign-inspired terrorism, just like in San Bernardino. What took it so long?
At the time of the deadly July attack on two U.S. military sites in Chattanooga, it was obvious to everyone but the Islamic apologists in the White House that shooter Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez was on a terrorist mission.
Armed with high-powered rifles, the Islamic insurgent opened fire, first on a Marine recruiting office and then a nearby Naval base, killing five U.S. soldiers.
Within days, it became clear that Chattanooga was a planned assault by a devout Muslim inspired by Islamic terror groups like the Islamic State and al-Qaida. Abdulazeez had blogged about wanting to become a martyr fighting "jihad for the sake of Allah." He chose the Muslim holy month of Ramadan to fulfill his wish.
Abdulazeez was, like Fort Hood terrorist Maj. Nidal Hasan, inspired by the writings of late al-Qaida leader Anwar Awlaki.Read the rest of this IBD editorial HERE.
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