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Newark Hosts Rally for Anti Semite and Terrorist Supporter Congresswoman Ilhan Omar


We The People, Support Congresswoman Ilhan Omar

“We The People,” stand as a united front with Congresswoman Ilhan Omar against the unfair, extreme, and vicious attacks being leveled against her by the President of the United States and some of his supporters.  Ilhan Omar is a Somali-American Muslim woman duly elected in 2018 to serve as the U.S. Representative for Minnesota’s 5th congressional district.  Rep. Omar has championed the rights of immigrants, the poor and disenfranchised, as well as defended Palestine’s right to exist.  Rep. Omar has been called Anti-Semitic and ridiculously and erroneously linked to terrorism.  She has received numerous death threats since President Donald Trump posted an edited video that suggests Rep. Omar dismissed the tragic events of September 11, 2001.

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Rasmussen Reports 52% Say Trump Travel Ban Anti-Terrorist, Not Anti-Muslim

Terrorism France

June 11, 2017

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, according to Rasumussen half of voters still favor President Trump’s temporary travel ban and see it as an anti-terrorist measure, not religious discrimination. Voters also think the U.S. Supreme Court is likely to uphold the ban.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters favor temporarily barring entry to the United States of people from Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen until the federal government improves its ability to screen out potential terrorists from coming here. Forty-one percent (41%) are opposed. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

Support for the ban is down slightly from the mid-50s in late January.

Critics of the travel ban say it is aimed at blocking Muslims from entering the United States, and 39% agree. Fifty-two percent (52%) say Trump’s order is aimed instead at keeping out terrorists. The seven Muslim-majority countries in question were identified by the Obama administration as terrorist havens.

Democrats are far more likely than Republicans and unaffiliated voters to view the temporary ban as anti-Muslim and to oppose it.

Fifty percent (50%) of all voters think the Supreme Court is likely to uphold the president’s temporary travel ban which has been stopped by lower courts, with 21% who say it’s Very Likely. Forty percent (40%) feel the high court is unlikely to uphold the ban, but that includes only 12% who say it is Not At All Likely to do so.

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The survey of 1,000 Likely Voters was conducted on June 4-5, 2017 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.

Even before the weekend horror in London, 77% of Americans said a terrorist attack like the one days before in Manchester is likely to occur here within the next year, although only 36% say it’s Very Likely.

Most voters of all ages agree that Trump’s travel ban is aimed at keeping out terrorists. But a plurality (48%) of those under 40 oppose the ban, while the majority of their elders favor it.

Seventy-four percent (74%) of Republicans and 56% of unaffiliated voters view the temporary ban as anti-terrorist. Fifty-eight percent (58%) of Democrats see it as anti-Muslim instead. Even more Democrats (64%) oppose the travel ban, while 77% of GOP voters and unaffiliateds by a 50% to 39% margin favor it.

Republicans are much more optimistic than the others, however, that the Supreme Court will uphold the ban.

Ninety-seven percent (97%) of voters who Strongly Approve of the job the president is doing favor the travel ban. Among voters who Strongly Disapprove of Trump’s job performance, 79% oppose it.

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FBI implies Terrorism in San Beradino Attack

December 2,2015 9:25pm
the staff of the Ridgewood blog

San Beradino CA, the staff of the Ridgewood blog through the miracle of modern technology was able to garner some little reported information about the San Bernadino shooting . For some odd reason the name of the main suspect which was reported on police scanner as Farooq Saeed was being suppressed by the media for some time. Here is what was reported there were 3 heavily armed with body armor PROFESSIONAL SHOOTERS,  14 DEAD 17 WOUNDED at a GOVERNMENT ️(COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT) AGENCY CHRISTMAS PARTY clearly picking the 2nd floor on the building ignoring the 1st floor. The shooters clearly CAME IN WITH A MISSION at this point it is hard to imagine how this can not be a Terrorist event? Later it was reported by the ATF  that there was a pipe bomb was found on one of the suspects and they suspect some were in the building . So far one shooter was male one female who were killed during pursuit. The one very odd point is why did they single out the second floor only.

The media seems to be trying to push the “an argument  ” at the event caused the shooting ,later the police said could not establish any causality to that. That “argument” caused it seemed patently absurd given all the other evidence . Of coarse denials of international terrorism from unspecified Federal officials are coming in hot and heavy  as well as calls for gun control ,oy vey. One person was being detained and it was not immediately clear weather they were male or female or how they are implicated .

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Did ISIS fervor seize N.J. brothers?


AUGUST 16, 2015, 11:04 PM    LAST UPDATED: SUNDAY, AUGUST 16, 2015, 11:11 PM

On April 21, Nader Saadeh’s distraught mother begged her 20-year-old son, who was an ocean away, not to join the militant Islamic State.

“Do not go anywhere if u love me dont kill your mom,” Nadira Saif wrote in an email in Arabic translated by the FBI. “Dont kill my smile[.] i want be happy all the time do not leave me do not go to them!”

The email is included in one of five criminal complaints that form a detailed, emotional narrative, in which federal authorities allege that the Fort Lee High School graduate, his older brother Alaa and three acquaintances slid into an obsession with the Islamic State, its theology and its violence.

Detained for months in Jordan and arraigned in federal court in Newark last Monday, Nader Saadeh is portrayed by the FBI as a key figure in a plot that allegedly involved bomb-making attempts and aspirations to join and fight with Sunni Muslim militants of the Islamic State, or ISIS.

According to the FBI and a family friend who informed on him, Nader Saadeh was making plans to join the Islamic State, looking up plane flights and viewing Islamic State propaganda online. The case against him is based on testimony of three unidentified informers as well as video, audio and digital surveillance, and statements made by his brother, Alaa.

The brothers’ father, Khaled Saadeh, denies that his sons had any involvement with ISIS. If they had, he said, he would have turned them in himself.