Monday, May 16, 2011

Chicago Terror Trial: Pakistani Attack on Mumbai

It all started with a raid on a halal meat plant in exurban Chicago. A second man was taken into custody at O'Hare. He was born here of an American socialite mom:
 Raised by his father in Pakistan as a devout Muslim, Mr. Headley arrived back here at 17 to live with his American mother, a former socialite who ran a bar called the Khyber Pass. 
Today, Mr. Headley is an Islamic fundamentalist who once liked to get high. He has a traditional Pakistani wife, who lives with their children in Chicago, but also an American girlfriend — a makeup artist in New York — according to a relative and friends. Depending on the setting, he alternates between the name he adopted in the United States, David Headley, and the Urdu one he was given at birth, Daood Gilani. Even his eyes — one brown, the other green — hint at roots in two places.
...and Pakistani diplomat dad and became involved with the terror group Lashkar e Taiba.

The halal meat plant owner also conveniently had a travel service, and his lawyer compared his beliefs to Gandhi.

Gee, do we have sleeper cells in Chicago? Hmm?

This time the attack was on India.

What are we going to do about this? Can we have an honest conversation? About the Muslim Brotherhood as well?

Because these terrorists are not crazy. Nor are they Gandhis. (Not even Gandhi may be Gandhi)


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