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"abdel rochman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Have now taken our passport from us. We can travel so impossible to do business or make them. Even if they do get your passport back to you come back from flooring fifth interrogate you about what you did there. It's troublesome. And it makes me not want to leave anymore. So that's the situation that is evolved in Xinjiang province. Rob what does that have to do with the Belton road project? Well, the success of the belt road project hinges on a stable and prosperous Xinjiang. China will need that in order to convince foreign companies to come in invest there in order for its own economy to do. Well. And now as I understand it the government has invited you on a kind of tour of these reeducation are detainment camps. Yeah. It's right. China's government cares. Very much the outside world sees this issue. And this trip is part of an effort to justify its actions. It should be pretty interesting trip. That was NPR's rob Schmitz couple of days ago now since then he has joined Chinese government led tour of camps for. Wiegert in far western China. This is an exceptionally rare look inside, although we must note, rob is only able to see what the government shows him. And then apply his own knowledge of the story to what he's saying. Rob is in cash car, which is in far western China at an important belt and road city, by the way, rob what have you seen today? Well, Steve our government led group. Just finished a tour of what's known as the cash, gar city vocational education and training center. This is one of a network of internment camps that are in Xinjiang and that we've been reporting on now for about a year. This one is outside the city of cash car it holds fifteen hundred people between the age of twenty and forty and what was known as the principal gave us a tour of all of the classes that are offered to the people that are interred there. And some of them were tourism classes classes on how to make clothes. I saw. Folks, get trained to be trillions was a culture class where were learning singing and dancing. What was interesting is that when we asked the principal, why are people here he told us that everyone here has been infected with extremists thought one woman that I met there. Her name is Abdel Rochman. She's thirty years old. She's been at this facility for several months. She has two children nine and seven years old at home in her husband is at home taking care of the children. She gets to go back on the weekends. But she has spent Oliver weeks at this training camp. I asked her why she was there. And here's what she said. Oh. Oh. Steve she's saying here that her thoughts are extremely serious in their violation of basically, they're very extremists thoughts. She had it when I asked a follow.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A L or Washington comes to talk. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. I welcome Thaddeus McCotter and Andrew McCarthy, we're following the midterms and the midterms in Arizona turn out to be especially colorful because the democratic candidate the Senate hopeful who has pulled. Well, I believe and it's a very competitive race against mix. Sally. She has a colorful pass that connects with Andrew McCarthy is experience as a prosecutor against the cutthroats. This is back in the late twentieth century, especially man, named Omar Abdel Rochman no longer with us and an attorney who at the time. Lynn Stewart was in the news all the time. I miss this Andy. This was amazing to me when you publish the peace at national review online because I followed Lynn Stewart and to call her a radical lawyer is an understatement. I did not know that she intersected with the now democr-. Senate hopeful in Arizona Kirsten cinema. How is there? What is their connection in the past? And Lynn Stewart is no longer with us. So we have to speak for her. Good evening to you. Andy. Good evening, John. Well after the blind shake was convicted Lynn. Got herself in her own mess. Lynn, by the way, had been the Lynch Stewart had been the blind shakes main defense lawyer at our prosecution of him, and his Jihadist cohort in nineteen ninety five and then in in the late nineties Lynn got herself jammed up as it were for helping the blind shake get messages communicated from him in his prison confinement to his Egyptian terrorist organization. D'amoto all Islamia, the Islamic group in Egypt and Lynn herself ended up being prosecuted for material support to terrorism in the year two thousand to two thousand three and and going forward, and that is where she intersects with Kirsten cinema who hosted her. At a couple of events that Arizona State University where the cinema was studying law in two thousand three two thousand three that's the intersection. And at the time Lynne Stewart was not a small story. Maybe New York. It was a very large story. Would there have been reason to believe that arrow Zona was fully import of formed of stores activity? Oh, John the whole reason that she was being hosted is because she was as you say, very big story. She was a big national story, and she was a cause celebre of the of the radical left which pretended that she was being prosecuted for her labors has a defense lawyer for the blind shake, which interestingly an to me amusingly is the story that MS cinema is sticking with. I guess we should call a Representative cinema. She's the congresswoman from the ninth district of of Arizona. But you know, she continues to contend that. They were simply protecting or doing in favor of due process and war against the prosecution of wind Stewart because it was in a way criminalising the work of a criminal defense lawyer, which is an absurd position to take. By the time Lynn was transmitting messages for the blind shake out of the prison. The blind shake had long been convicted his appeals had run all of his ability to appeal to the court for any relief had passed and Lynn was not performing the shake was not an accused under American law and Lynn was not performing the work of a criminal defense lawyer. She was performing the work of somebody who transmits messages for a Jihadist chieftain to his subordinates. Thaddeus? What am now Representative cinema hope to get out of this arrangement? I think she'd like to stick our head in the sand and pretending Richmond. Never actually, I think this is this is the situation. Thaddeus, where she was trying to put herself on the map, politically and in our community and the the way to do that at the time. Was to appeal to her fellow radicals? And then when she thought that it was expedient in Arizona. To change spots as it were in order to rise, politically she metamorphosed as a. I guess you would call a moderate progressive, and that's the sheep's clothing. She's been in ever since the problem for her. I think is that she's now trying to go for statewide office rather than just her her her place that she had in the ninth district in Arizona and so much more competitive. There are many more is on it. There's a lot more money involved in it and her her past is catching up with her. Let's be very specific Andy for people who are not list with us in the late twentieth century the blind shake he was convicted for participating in the attack the first attack on the World Trade Center, and though that attack did not lead to mass casualties. It could have as I recall that explosion was capable of causing mass casualties. It did not bring down the building. Because maybe we just got lucky the first time. That's exactly right. John was a fourteen hundred pound chemical explosives. That the jihadists not only composed with an idea of knocking one of the towers of the of the World Trade Center as it appeared at the time into the other tower. They also attempted to air rate cyanide in the course of the explosion. They had hydrogen tanks and cyanide. With the bomb, and the idea was that winter exploded, the hope was that the tanks would explode, and they would be able to kill people not only at the epicenter of the explosion. But also, very remote. They were hoping to kill ten thousand people, and the fact that they only killed six remains one of the really major miracles of modern time, and it's not it's not rational to conclude that cinema did not know this connection between the blind shake, and the attempted mass murderer of Americans and her hosting store that would have been entirely available for cinema at the time. I think the only reason that Lynn was in notable John was because of that representation. And and the reason that she was particularly famous or infamous, depending on your perspective of it at the time was because she was under indictment. This was very publicly known. She was under indictment for helping the blind shake, basically, run his Egyptian terrorist organization. So if you would go through the the the labors of hosting her it would be because she had this notoriety a minute, Thaddeus. Go ahead. Oh,.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"A national disgrace. Disgrace. What they did was a disgrace. You look at Cory Booker the way he talked. And then you look at what he did. You look at Senator Dianne Feinstein. Disgraceful behaviour disgraceful. Leaking of documents. You look at what they did. You look at the false charges. You look at the false accusations. It was a disgrace absolute disgrace disgrace. I say an absolute disgrace. Here's another. Here's another great democrat party story in the state of Arizona. There is a Senate race going on there. The race will be decided in less than four weeks. The democrat Senate candidate is a woman named Kristen cinema. S I N E M A begins with sin promoted events. Democrat Senate democrat hopeful Kristen cinema pervo promoted events, featuring convicted terror lawyer now it's worse than that. She was sentenced to ten years in prison for aiding and abetting radical Islamic terrorists. And this democrat Senator hopeful. Kristen cinema promoted events at Arizona State University, featuring a lawyer convicted of aiding and Islam is terror organization and its later, this is the democrat party. There are terrorists are gonna. I mean, honestly, the SDS the weather underground Barack Obama launched his political career in the living room of to domestic terrorist. William Ayers, and Bernardine Dohrn, and that's fine. They blow up government buildings I should have gone to prison, but the government brought up false evidence. And the case was kicked out. They should be at a penitentiary to this day. But instead they got tenure at major American universities because that's what they do. Cinema a co founder of the activist group local to global Justice Justice means they have very poor vocabulary. They don't know what Ma means invited people and a now closed Yahoo. Grow group to attend or grope to attend to events with Lynne Stewart, you know, her she's dead. Now, she was a hardcore very very radical left-wing lawyer who supported and represented the Omar Abdel Rochman who radical cleric who had a plot to blow up half of Manhattan tunnels, the FBI building the United Nations the nine hundred ninety s she was found passing messages for the terrorists. And she was eventually sentenced to ten years in prison and this democrat Senate candidate Kristen cinema. It's good to be a democrat. If you're a Republican, and you had this in your past they're going after Stephen Miller for. Whether it's third grade teacher saying he ate that paste that used to have sugar in it. And that's big news in the news media, but Kristen cinema. Just a few years ago was sponsoring events with a woman that was convicted and sentenced to ten years for supporting and promoting radical Islamic terrorism. But that's the democrat party. That's Brock Obama's the number one funder of Iran, which is more than one hundred billion dollars to the number one state sponsors of terrorism. And that's okay. Hey, if you're someone that you love gets leg or foot cramps, you know, how painful and disruptive..

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You look at what they did. You look at the false charges. You look at the false accusations. It was a disgrace absolute disgrace disgrace. I say an absolute disgrace. Here's another. Here's another great democrat party story in the state of Arizona. There is a Senate race going on there. The race will be decided in less than four weeks. The democrat Senate candidate is a woman named Kristen cinema. S I N E M A begins with sin promoted events. It's democrat Senate democrat hopeful a Kristen cinema provo- promoted events, featuring convicted terror lawyer now it's worse than that. She was sentenced to ten years in prison for aiding and abetting radical Islamic terrorists. And this democrat Senator hopeful Kristen cinema promoted events at Arizona State University, featuring a lawyer convicted of aiding and Islamist terror organization and its leader. This is the democrat party. There are terrorists are going to. I mean, honestly, the SDS the weather underground Barack Obama launched his political career in the living room of to domestic terrorist. William Ayers, and Bernardine Dohrn, and that's fine. They blow up government buildings I should have gone to prison, but the government brought up false evidence. And the case was kicked out. There should be at a penitentiary to this day. But instead they got tenure at major American universities because that's what they do. Cinema a co founder of the activist group local to global Justice Justice means they have very poor vocabulary. They don't know what Ma means invited people and a now closed Yahoo. Grow group to attend or grope to attend to events with Lynne Stewart, you know, her she's dead. Now, she was a hardcore very very radical left-wing lawyer who supported and represented the Omar Abdel Rochman who radical cleric who had a plot to blow up half of Manhattan tunnels, the FBI building the United Nations the nineteen ninety s she was found passing messages for the terrorists. And she was eventually sentenced to ten years in prison and this democrat Senate candidate Kristen cinema. It's good to be a democrat. If you're a Republican, and you had this in your past they're going after Stephen Miller for. With his third grade teacher saying he ate that paste that used to have sugar in it. And that's big news in the news media, but Kristen cinema. Just a few years ago was sponsoring events with a woman that was convicted and sentenced to ten years for supporting and promoting radical Islamic terrorism. But that's the democrat party. That's Barack Obama's the number one funder of Iran, which is more than one hundred billion dollars to the number one state sponsors of terrorism. And that's okay. Hey, you or someone that you love gets leg or foot.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Can AM seven hundred Tucson's. Most stimulating talk three things. I think you need to know number one. Yes. It right now. The latest ABC fifteen OH predictive insights, Paul has mixed Sally up six over cinema forty-seven forty one. And it's not good for cinema. As a couple of stories have come out that are not good one. We'll get to this. She was organizing meetings for people to hang out with a terrorist sympathizing, a lawyer who got busted for helping well terrorist attacks happen. And then I said you explain that one away. Also, she back in her radical days, and she's still a radical. She tries to hide it by dressing like a normal person. What does that mean a person that's on? We're gonna pink to to a green hair. That's what it means. She also compared American soldiers dying to people crossing our border illegally in dying. Not good for Kirstin. Second thing. I think you need to know big debate last night between Liam Marquez Peterson their Republican and anchor Patrick the democrat for CD to accelerate old seat, and and Kirkpatrick showed her true colors. I give it to her for being honest. She wants no border wall, but amnesty for Dacca recipients and dreamers. She also wants Medicare for all and said, she's extremely proud of her votes for ObamaCare. That's why she's running to make sure ObamaCare stays alive. She says the the stories from the dreamers are just tragic, and that's why she wants to work for them and everything else and. Yeah. And also, the January shooting made her change and want gun control. Just some of the things she stands for. She is not in step with the mainstream as they say third thing. I think you need to know Kevin McCarthy Republican congressman the house majority leader leader, according to Breitbart news, they had the story, and it was confirmed. He is going to introduce a Bill that would fully fund Trump's border wall. Twenty three point four billion with nothing else in it, no strings attached. Or I give us this. We'll give you Dacca. We'll give you nothing. They wanna make it a mid-term referendum twenty three point four billion. Now, it'd probably pass the house, but it has to get through the Senate, we need sixty votes. Let's Mitch wants to change it to fifty but they wanna make this a midterm thing to make even more Republican squad and vote and say man, you're gonna because if they could reintroduce us again. Once the new congress starts in January. I think that's the plan three things. I think you need to know. I wish they didn't wait till now to do this. But they wanna use it to try to get people out there to motivate them, even more to go. Go vote, which is pretty cool. Pretty cool. So Martha's up forty seven forty one. Now, the lead continues to grow not looking good for Kirstin cinema. And there's a story. I put it on my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Garrett Lewis radio like it and follow it. I also I also. Put it on my Twitter account at gear. Lewis on Twitter tweeted it out. Fox News has the story. Senate damn hopeful Kirstin cinema promoted events, featuring convicted terror lawyer, excuse me. Yeah. There was a terrorist lawyer that was convicted for aiding and Islam, est terrorist organization and its leader. Can you believe that? A lawyer her name is Lynn Stewart. Lynn, stuart. Let me take you back. Here's the cinema. Apparently was a co founder of an activist group called local to global Justice. We've talked about that where she. She she ragged on American soldiers. She called them terrorist. She compared she said our American soldiers are committing terror in the Middle East. That's what she said Kirstin cinema. So she's a co this activist group local to global Justice the two two. She invited people in a now closed. Yahoo group to attend two events with a woman named Linda Stewart, these two events are in two thousand and three Lynn Stewart at the time of the invite was already charged with helping her former client Islamic radical terrorists, Omar op del rock Mon. She was charged with helping that guy radical terrorists. She helped pass on secret messages to his followers to commit terror attacks. This will again, do you understand what I'm saying? She literally was caught she would take notes and direction from her terrorist. Client, Omar, Omar, Abdel Rochman and she would pass them onto his followers. So they could commit terror attacks. And this woman was invited to events that Kirstin cinema organized. Let's hear from this woman who is helping terror attacks happen. And she wants to be your Senator. How do you? Explain this one away. Mon was charged and sentenced to life in the nineteen nineties for plotting to blow up the UN and FBI building tunnels and a bridge in New York City, and this woman was helping him achieve those tried to achieve those goals and Kirstin cinemas like I like you lunch. Come talk to my people at our at our at group local to global Justice in the first events. Invite cinema said the lawyer was quote emphatically, not guilty, and quote, don't you love that? And would not have been charged with the crime. If it weren't for the hastily enacted Patriot Act. Yeah. That extent expanded our government's power to surreal people and catch Lynne. Stewart was right after nine eleven. Cinema posted prior to the eleventh prouder September eleventh and the hastily enacted enacted at Patriot Act. Lynn Stewart never would have been indicted at all she added last April F B, and this is in two thousand three last April FBI agents, arrested Stewart at her Brooklyn home as they took her away in handcuffs, the FBI invaded and search term had an office her crime doing her job for the past twenty-seven years as an outspoken criminal defence lawyer. The second event that she invited Stewart to came just days later after the first cured again Lynn Stewart took messages from her terrorist client and passed them to his followers. They commit Terex and Kirstin suet and cinema thought that that was just fine. Just fine. Cinema's description of Stewart was not particularly accurate two years after events the events in Arizona Stewart was convicted when Stewart convicted of aiding the radical Egyptian cleric to pass on secret messages to a US designated terror group called the Islamic group. So. We're cinema said she would be innocent. She would never be indicted. She didn't do anything wrong. She's emphatically not guilty that secure Ston cinemas said about this woman. You'll Stewart was initially sentenced to Twenty-eight months in prison. But in two thousand ten re-sentence for ten years. The federal judge said Stewart also committed perjury and lacked remorse after her first hearing. She eventually was released in twenty th two thousand thirteen due to her medical condition and died last year. And Kirstin cinema. Said that she was not guilty. This lady was such a sicko. This Lynn Stewart. She literally lacked remorse after she got caught passing on instructions from her terrorist client to other little terrorists to carry out terrorist attacks. How do you recover from this? You add up all of the the I mean just horrific things from the past the the two. The fact that she called our soldiers terrorists they're committing acts of terror in the Middle East to try and look out for adults that got caught paying for sex with child prostitutes. What are they didn't know they were underage? That's what she said. There's so many horrible things and. If Martha wasn't such a bad candidate. It would be like seventy five to twenty five at this particular point because there are some people that just don't pay attention. Right. But at least Martha's up by six whether it's the cavenaugh affect I don't know. That's that's driving people to say, I'm gonna vote Republican because Democrats are just bad. So Martha's just getting that by default. I I don't know. But this this cinema is just awful. By the way, this Lynch Stewart who again was invited to to events organized by Houston cinema. She helped this rock Mon. He's the blind Sheikh guy. She helped him between nineteen ninety seven and two thousand two to pass instructions to his terror groups followers. Bloomberg news reported Rochman relied on Lynn, Stewart and two other people. Withdraw his group's support for the ceasefire with the Egyptian government after its nineteen Ninety-seven terror attack that left sixty two people dead. Fox News broke this story. Shockingly, the cinema campaign did not respond to Fox News is repeated requests for a comment. It shouldn't even be frigging close, right? Shouldn't be close. Would you like to comment on this? Eight eight zero eight zero five six seven eight and it's on my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Gary Lewis radio like it and follow it. But we're not done there. That's just the beginning of the bad news. For Kirstin cinema. Oh, there's more. Having the goal to compare our soldiers, our military members dying in battle, comparing them dying in battle. Two people crossing our border illegally and dying. Really? That's what you're going with. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. That's coming up seven eighteen..

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Officials, to Puerto Rico now estimates that more than, fourteen hundred people died in hurricane Maria last year the official death toll has been sixty. Four three vice president Pence today laid out plans for a sixth branch of the US military the space force vice president says they'd like to see it up. And running by the year twenty twenty two. Brothers are reunited with a piece from their past their father's dog tags. From the Korean war the items were returned. In the recent repatriation of remains from North Korea Mullah Langi of. CBS news. Has that story The sons of missing army sergeant Charles Hobart McDaniel were presented with their fathers dog tat Wednesday afternoon in Arlington Virginia mcdaniels eldest son and. Namesake said he was overwhelmed when he got. The phone call alerting the family even though I was a small boy. And have very little memory of my father But I sat there and I cried for awhile it's not yet known if their father's remains or any of the fifty five boxes returned to the US as. Part of an agreement between President Trump and Kim Jong Hoon those remains were officially repatriated last week we're going to look very. Carefully at the remains. That were boxed, with with. The dog tag to see if it's. Plausible that the remains could be the individual whose name. Was on the. Dog tag forensic, scientists in Hawaii have begun the painstaking. Process to identify the remains that's, expected to take. Months or even years to complete these aren't whole bones in most cases they're not they don't look like a recent death. They look like they've been around for, a long time if you will, mcdaniels younger. Son Larry gave a DNA sample. For comparison the family is hoping, for, match, but already, grateful we're really in one small sense the the most fortunate because we're the only. Ones that have name now of some connection a connection that's been missing for decades Mola langey CBS news Washington government forecasters now say they are looking for a less active hurricane season then they had initially predicted. They're now. Looking for between nine and thirteen named storms four to seven of which could become hurricanes with two or fewer becoming major hurricanes Jerry bell is lead hurricane forecaster at Noah he says it's not just. Coastal areas that could be in danger hurricane preparedness is not just a preparing for if you're right along the coast because we. Know hurricanes and tropical. Storms can take, huge inland. Tracks last year there were seventeen named. Storms including six major hurricanes the man accused of training. Kids to be. School shooters in, New Mexico may be linked to the. Nineteen ninety three World Trade Center, bombing CBS news. Says Sarah joie JR is the son of a Brooklyn imam who was on a list of alleged co conspirators in that. Nineteen Ninety-three attack his father also named Sarraj will Hodge testified as a character witness for shake Omar. Abdel Rochman who was convicted of the first World Trade Center bombing to forty.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Word. For it was disturbing Certainly applicable Is if the reports adding New Mexico couldn't. Be worse they are as we told, you yesterday a man suspected of kidnapping his toddler from Georgia arrested at a remote compound in. New Mexico, last weekend Also told you about eleven starving children that were found their missing son was not among them For those wondering just exactly what that group was doing now we know according to prosecutors sea rise Highs. Was training children to be school shooters just exactly what you think that. Means, one of eleven children it, was found Revealed that was teaching them the use of an assault rifle in preparation for future school shootings now disturbing. Sounds like is not. Strong enough word A positive identification has not been made but it's believed that the remains found at the compound on. Monday, are that of the missing three year old Five, adults including arrested charged with abusing the children he has not offered. A plea and remains in custody without bond Oh one more thing officials have now confirmed that will Hodge's father, who has, the same, name is a controversial Muslim. Cleric with ties to the nineteen ninety three World Trade Center bombing He was a character. Witness, for the blind Sheik Omar Abdel Rochman those of you forgotten about him he was convicted of plotting terror attacks in the United States back in one thousand nine hundred ninety five Jack in the. Box you're not doing it right. You're not even remotely be ashamed of yourself for not trying harder or Annette coming up at eight forty When your.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Shower thunderstorm in some spots early this morning otherwise very. Warm today but not as oppressive has been the last few. Days we'll. Have sun some clouds and a high of eighty nine. Mostly clear skies tonight. Lows seventy-two mix of sun and clouds tomorrow very warm shower thunderstorm late in the day or at, night high Eighty-eight a. Complete, four day forecast is two minutes away degrees now it's rather cloudy humidity of ninety six the Windsor com seventy four and we're going up to eighty nine. In midtown the real feel Seventy-nine finally Harris wins news time empha- tone five thirty Good morning I'm Bridget Quinn there's a local. Connection in the bizarre story of, eleven children found filthy and starving in a compound in New Mexico a father arrested there is accused. Of trying to train the children to commit violence has Alex, stone reports in a very brief court appearance Ajayi. Said pending a bail hearing Sarah Hosh will remain in jail in court documents prosecutors claim was at the compound in New, Mexico, training children to, carry out school shootings they say a foster parent of. One of the children claim that wa had trained the child and the use of an assault rifle preparing for future school shootings. The suspect's father is a controversial Brooklyn imam who was an. Unindicted co-conspirator. In the one thousand nine hundred three World Trade Center. Bombing he testified as. A character witness for the notorious blind Sheik Omar Abdel Rochman convicted convicted of plotting the. Terror the, sun thirty nine year. Old, wa was, busted when, thirties rated, the compound Over the weekend the remains of a four year, old believed to be his disabled son kidnapped in. Georgia last fall were found at the site wins news time five thirty one In.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Seventy nine text m. e. g. a. to seventy nine seventy nine seventy nine Nine Assume that is in part due to the Trump administration and its actions, abroad and also it's approach to these issues at. Home I know that liberals would contest that and, say, oh, no but it's a lot quieter on the terrorism front right now that it's been in quite some. Time But that doesn't mean that the threat has gone away there's a stunning report out of New Mexico Where you have an individual with quite a terrorist pedigree law is his family and I'll get to the specifics, of? It in, a moment could be considered, Jihadist well jihadists royalty in a sense in this country. Right I mean they they are the terror The terror eighteen there at the top of the terror game, I'll. Well now, it'd, be talking about it The individual involved your last name well Hodge was the son of a well the father was a Brooklyn imam named Sarraj who. Was named, by federal prosecutors as an unindicted co conspirator in the nineteen ninety three. World Trade Center, bombing this instance though the sun here Suraj ebbing Hodge bin means son of in Arabic by the way if you, ever see ibn it just means son of Was involved in a a terror training camp running I think from what. We can tell, your tearing cherish training camp with other individuals with children Who. Were, being taught and we don't have, too much in the way of details, right now but children who are being taught to become school shooters now the reporting here. Is still early but this makeshift compound in New Mexico it's pretty close to the Colorado border Had a a kind of Slapdash fence thrown together of old tires and. Debris set up around it you had adults here who, were heavily armed long guns sidearms. All that kind of stuff and you had a few women, who were arrested as well Who were also arrested on child abuse, charges but I gotta, tell you this is this is new I haven't seen this before meaning one we know the terrorists will attack children because they've done it in the past they've done it in. Some very high profile mass, casualty terror attacks including the embezzling school. Massacre which is a hard thing to read about and learn about because of just how brutal and and. And heartless and vicious that Jihadist terror attack was but we have, not seen and I'm not saying it doesn't happen I have not seen on US soil to date in effort to specifically trained children to become school shooters so here. It's not just that someone would train as a terrorist, but they would be essentially a. Child who was a sleeper cell to become a school shooter Because of the, jihad this is new, I've never seen this before I mean I might be missing a case but this one is the first of its kind that I that I have seen and obviously this is. Going to get pass by very quickly by the national news media. Because this is not a bad guy that they want to focus their time on this is not someone. Who they're going to do wall to wall coverage on but think, about what this could have been you could have had this Suraj wash thirty nine years old If you had been successful might have been able to implant these. Eleven children who are living in horrific squalor terrible conditions but these eleven children, could have been used to infiltrate schools I'm. Not sure if we have the ages of the children yet Oh no we have a range that's right Ages one to fifteen but you know you could train a thirteen fourteen fifteen year old to go. Into a school and be a school shooter so we we don't have much, more in the way of details, about this but we do know that one we've got a major child abuse case in a minimum to the the three year old around that that was. The father of a, missing three year old and so they were they were looking for him and they believe that the three year old's body may have already been, found on the on. The training ground here this terrorist training ground. And then you look at this guy Sarraj his background. Is I started talking about the very beginning. He was the son of a Brooklyn, Eamonn this is from Fox News named, Sarraj, wash named by prosecutors as an unindicted co-conspirator co-conspirator in. The nineteen, ninety three, World Trade Center bombing. But also The older will Hodge heads Majd, Takuma and was a character witness, in the trial for shake Omar Abdel Rochman the notorious blind shake or friend Andy McCarthy by the way locked up in a help block up forever took. Care of all those, bad guys who was convicted in one thousand nine hundred five of plotting terror attacks in the US so this guy is is from a family, of terrorists and he, looked like he was trying to train the. Next generation of terrorists but in this case kids that. Could have been used to shoot up schools. All in the name of jihad so, that the threat of jihad remains very, real, my friends it has not gone away even on our, own soil We must maintain a degree of. Vigilance and understand that there will be and you can Mark my words on this there'll be another outbreak of virulent Jihadism somewhere. Around the world that results in a US military response, and in the meantime if we let our guard down it could even be. Here at home could, be a major attack here at home so I'll keep following this story but it did it did catch my attention we've got our friend. Brandon Webb, joining a talk about mastering fear.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The title of our program comes from the first line of the final song of the great glenn campbell still still here yet gone in his songnok going to miss you glen campbell a singing about alzheimer's which robbed him not only of his musical gifts but his ability to love and even remember his family that phrase steele here yet gone also describes the people we lost in 2017 their accomplishments their legacies are still here with us even though they're gone from us physically in the minutes ahead will remember them a playboy returned us on with centerfolds and a woman who can turn the world on with her smile plus pioneers of rock and icons of country sports legends and dealmakers will remember them all because they're still here yet gone as we know death eventually takes all of us the good in the bad so we'll begin with some of the bad and some of the good i pee burn komos watch on this part of my starting with a real batty mean pray away in the black i'm guilty about anything is very name has become a definition of insane forms of evil charles manson a long time ago being crazy meant something now everybody created the coq leader who orchestrated the murderers of actress sharon tate and eight others violence you will be one of the most notorious crimes of the 20th century dick it gives durham now a good guy one human are all new york city police officer stephen mcdonald's shot by a bad guy in 1980 six spent the next three decades unable to move his arms and legs an inspiration to everyone who knew him bull years through the years all term inartful ivy around his home now a bad guy and the hunting matthiessen shake omar abdel rochman known as the blind shake considered one of the founders of the radical islamic terrorist movement he was the mastermind behind several terror attacks including the first attack at new york's world trade center in 1993 a good guy cardinal william keeler archbishop of baltimore who was unafraid to speak out in defence of victims of sex abuse by priests mourned by his colleagues including cardinal timothy dolan we thank god for the gift key walsh law at a church and former boston cardinal bernard law whose good works were tarnished by allegations that he failed to deal with priest sexabuse.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Of the final song of the great glenn campo still here still here yet gone in his song not going to miss you glen campbell a singing about alzheimer's which robbed him not only of his musical gifts but his ability to love and even remember his family that phrase steele here yet gone also describes the people we lost in 2017 their accomplishments their legacies are still here with us even though they're gone from us physically in the minutes ahead will remember them a playboy returned us on what centerfolds and a woman who can turn the world on with her smile plus pioneers of rock and icons of country sports legends and dealmakers will remember them all because they're still here yet gone as we know death eventually takes all of us the good and the bad so we'll begin with some of the bad and some of the good i pee komos watch on this heart of mine starting with a real batty me frei away and he i look like i'm guilty about anything is very name has become a definition of insane forms of evil charles manson a long time ago being crazy meant something nowadays everybody great the cult leader who orchestrated the murderers of actress sharon tate and eight others vilage you've it'd be one of the most notorious crimes of the 20th century cedric durham now a good guy one he didn't off new york city police officer stephen mcdonald's shot by a bad guy in 1980 six spent the next three decades unable to move his arms and legs an inspiration to everyone who knew him years through years on time now this loan now a bad guy hunting matthiessen shake omar abdel rochman known as the blind shake considered one of the founders of the radical islamic terrorist movement he was the mastermind behind several terror attacks including the first attack at new york's world trade center in 1993 a good guy cardinal william keeler archbishop of baltimore who was unafraid to speak out in defence of victims of sex abuse by priests mourned by his colleagues including cardinal timothy dolan we thank god for the gift he was at a church and former boston cardinal bernard law whose good works were tarnished by allegations that he failed to deal with priest sexabuse.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of our program comes from the first line of the final song of the great glenn campbell still still here yet gone in his song not gonna miss you glen campbell a singing about alzheimer's which robbed him not only of his musical gifts but his ability to love and even remember his family that phrase steele here yet gone also describes the people we lost in 2017 their accomplishments their legacies are still here with us even though they're gone from us physically in the minutes ahead will remember them a playboy returned assan with centerfolds and a woman who can turn the world on with her smile plus pioneers of rock and icons of country sports legends and dealmakers will remember them all because they're still here yet gone as we know death eventually takes all of us the good in the bad so we'll begin with some of the bad and some of the good i komos on this of mine starting with a real batty me right away the eye like i'm guilty of anything is very name has become a definition of insane forms of evil charles manson a long time ago be crazy meant something nowadays everybody's created a cult leader who orchestrated the murderers of actress sharon tate and eight others violence you would be one of the most notorious crimes of the 20th century direct it done now a good guy he didn't off new york city police officer stephen mcdonald's shot by a bad guy in 1980 six spent the next three decades unable to move his arms and legs an inspiration to everyone who knew him will years through all alltime enough for him to song now a bad guy in the hunting matthiessen shake omar abdel rochman known as the blind shake considered one of the founders of the radical islamic terrorist movement he was the mastermind behind several terror attacks including the first attack at new york's world trade center in 1993 a good guy cardinal william keeler archbishop of baltimore who was unafraid to speak out in defence of victims of sex abuse by priests mourned by his colleagues including cardinal timothy dolan we thank god for the ft washed walsh added a church and former boston cardinal bernard law whose good works were tarnished by allegations that he failed to deal with priest sexabuse.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The title of our program comes from the first line of the final song of the great glenn campbell ludi gone still here yet god in his song not gonna miss you glen campbell a singing about alzheimer's which robbed him not only of his musical gifts but his ability to love and even remember his family that phrase steele here yet gone also describes the people we lost in 2017 their accomplishments their legacies are still here with us even though they're gone from us physically in the minutes ahead will remember them a playboy returned us on centerfolds and a woman who could turn the world on with her smile plus pioneers of rock and icons of country sports legends and dealmakers will remember them all because they're still here yet gone as we know death eventually takes all of us the good and the bad so we'll begin with some of the bad and some of the good i pee komos watch on this part of my starting with a real batty mean pray away in the i look like i'm guilty about anything is very name has become a definition of insane forms of evil charles manson a long time ago being crazy meant something nowadays everybody craig the cult leader who orchestrated the murderers of actress sharon tate and eight others vilage you've it'd be one of the most notorious crimes of the 20th century stanley cedric it could durham now a good guy one he didn't off new york city police officer stephen mcdonald's shot by a bad guy in 1980 six spent the next three decades unable to move his arms and legs an inspiration to everyone who knew him bullies years through years altarrah now round to slow now a bad guy the hunting matthiessen shake omar abdel rochman known as the blind shake considered one of the founders of the radical islamic terrorist movement he was the mastermind behind several terror attacks including the first attack at new york's world trade center in 1993 a good guy cardinal william keeler archbishop of baltimore who was unafraid to speak out in defence of victims of sex abuse by priests mourned by his colleagues including cardinal timothy dolan we thank god for the gift he was true at a church and former boston cardinal bernard law whose good works were tarnished by allegations that he failed to deal with priest sexabuse.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on WTVN

"You just do not want on you don't want to wake up on a monday morning in hear those words and you know you know every caption in a criminal case says united states versus yeah right name of the person and that's it's intimidating to be prosecuted and to be charged with things like part of you know uh conspiracy against the united states you are you a good enough to mention my blind shake prosecution judge few qaisy later became you turning general made a call that case we we originally called at united states birth who's walk mon and he made us call it united states versus abdel rochman who are arabicspeaking defendant explained that uh abdel rochman meant um soldier of god whereas rochman meant god's who are original indictment the united states uh finally something i finally yeah i agree could make better so can you hang out just a second andrey in your in any because i i want to now go to all right so if you are if you're paul manafort do you just say i'm sitting tight or do they have enough screws to put to you that you're starting to think if if you had anything to offer you might offer and and what are you thinking in the white house and how does how does donald trump send a message uh without uh hurting himself we'll get to that his second first i want to tell you about our sponsor and it is goldline i don't know if you saw this but what's happening with catalonia and uh and spain is actually i think i think quite important item of anybody else's really paying a ten listen to this but this is this is like i don't know california saying i'm going to break away i'm going to break away and i don't want anything to do with the federal government than the federal government of spain is coming in said i know you're not breaking away and there are all kinds of protests that are happening in the streets and catalonia's said we're going to break away from the monetary system this changes everything in spain could change things in europe could lead to a a really nasty civil war which would upset all of the markets history is proven time and time again the one the.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on WTVN

"You just do not want on you don't want to wake up on a monday morning in hear those words and you know you know every caption in a criminal case says united states versus yeah right name of the person and that's it's intimidating to be prosecuted and to be charged with things like part of you know uh conspiracy against the united states you are you a good enough to mention my blind shake prosecution judge few qaisy later became you turning general made a call that case we we originally called at united states birth who's walk mon and he made us call it united states versus abdel rochman who are arabicspeaking defendant explained that uh abdel rochman meant um soldier of god whereas rochman meant god's who are original indictment the united states uh finally something i finally yeah i agree could make better so can you hang out just a second andrey in your in any because i i want to now go to all right so if you are if you're paul manafort do you just say i'm sitting tight or do they have enough screws to put to you that you're starting to think if if you had anything to offer you might offer and and what are you thinking in the white house and how does how does donald trump send a message uh without uh hurting himself we'll get to that his second first i want to tell you about our sponsor and it is goldline i don't know if you saw this but what's happening with catalonia and uh and spain is actually i think i think quite important item of anybody else's really paying a ten listen to this but this is this is like i don't know california saying i'm going to break away i'm going to break away and i don't want anything to do with the federal government than the federal government of spain is coming in said i know you're not breaking away and there are all kinds of protests that are happening in the streets and catalonia's said we're going to break away from the monetary system this changes everything in spain could change things in europe could lead to a a really nasty civil war which would upset all of the markets history is proven time and time again the one the.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"We don't need name states in places but just a little bit of backgrounds who we get a little feel for you but you did in that job right well when i was in new york um was just before the first world trade center bombing in 93 to myself and my colleagues on a terrorist task force we found out that we had been looking at a number of the people in and around that bombing for while we just had they hadn't actually committed a crime that we could pin on them up to that point in time so we made that case myself and there was about probably about nine or ten really hard working fbi agents though all working together terrorism at the time an and the ninety three trade center bombing was really the birth of al qaeda and interestingly enough um was a little bit of a struggle is who who's going to take over alqaeda and then we locked up one of those people that was involved in that struggle his name was shake omar abdel rochman known as the blind shake is currently in the united states prison to enlighten plus sixty which to some degree clear the way for osama bin laden we did not at the time the guy who masterminded the first trade center bombing ramzi yousef is a nephew kelly check muhammad who masterminded the ah nine one one so sort of all in the family at the time loop people in jail as we could and chasing them as much as we could and they continue to grow run on around the world so we started investigating al qaeda in its early days in the in new york back in a time so what investigation continued alqaeda grew up citing united states osama bin laden was actually indicted in the united states court prior to nine eleven and we were doing our best to catch up with him and some others and unfortunately they were outside of the united states at the time i continued were terrorism in new york until i left in two thousand about a year before nine eleven an started working international kidnappings as if on a fulltime basis at about that time nine eleven changed us without a doubt you know the we always thought that their things out there going on but it's bad but now all of a sudden here we were massacred.

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"abdel rochman" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"abdel rochman" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Well first we hear nbc news quoting unnamed sources in law enforcement that stephen paddocks room key card was used while his vehicle had left the parking garage but the other sheriff for las vegas metro police department's asked that question specifically a little bit ago at a press conference first one they had two days and said no no evidence to that only think about that at all 501 43 300 nine to randy north little rock your on newsradio one or two point nine karn what's up hello randy in northern iraq all right that having been said let me give you this because if i don't tell you you're probably not going to hear it new york post reporting moments ago freeman including an american citizen were arrested with the help of an undercover fbi agent and the charges against them unsealed today on may 20th 2016 tala haroon a us citizen from pakistan told an undercover agent the times square was a perfect spot to hit them and suggested that the plan could include a driveby are we surround the whole street and trap them and kill as many as possible according to the newly unsealed complaint he allegedly told the undercover agent quote i want to kill them in thousands we have to make an ocean out of their blood leave noone standing tala haroon us citizen born in pakistan also told the undercover agent he planned to travel to the city and disgust executing his plan to tax as soon as that memorial day 2016 a day that he said will change history according to the complaint abdul rahim on bail bond nassau way a canadian citizen also was busted in may 2016 after travelling to new jersey from canada and pleaded guilty to terrorism charges october last year according to manhattan federal prosecutors tala haroon us citizen based in pakistan was later arrested in pakistan a third man russell salikh was the rest in the philippines both are awaiting extradition to the us corn the feds let me see abdel rochman el balah nassau way russell salikh and tala haroon.

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