What do fans of Al-Awlaki want?

Here’s the ABC News report on the latest Muslim terror attack, this time at Ohio State University:

Authorities are investigating an anti-U.S. rant posted on Facebook just minutes before the Ohio State University attack today that is believed to be linked to suspect Abdul Razak Ali Artan, sources told ABC News. Appearing three minutes before the beginning of the rampage that left 11 people injured, the post reads: “I can’t take it anymore. America! Stop interfering with other countries, especially the Muslim Ummah. We are not weak. We are not weak, remember that.” The post also invokes the name Anwar Al-Awlaki, a radical American-born al-Qaeda cleric, describing him as a “hero.” Al-Awlaki was killed in 2011 but his propaganda has been linked to several domestic terrorist attacks in the years after his death. “If you want us Muslims to stop carrying lone wolf attacks, then make peace,” the post reads. “We will not let you sleep unless you give peace to the Muslims.”

Hmm — sounds like a threat to me. But it just COULDN’T have been terrorism, because Artan was vetted by the US State Department when Catholic Charities of Dallas had him and his family brought to this country as refugees. Right. The most bizarre coverage came from NPR, which didn’t bother to ask the victims, their families, or any other Americans how they felt about their government importing nearly 100,000 Somali Muslims into their country. Instead, their story focused on the delicate feelings of Somali immigrants. Here’s the story: Muslim Community Fears Backlash After Ohio State Attack. Wow. Imagine that after human cockroach Dylann Roof shot his victims in Charleston last year, NPR sought out Southerners fearful of a backlash against Confederate monuments. Yes, it’s that crazy.

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