Monday, May 03, 2010

South Park-Hating "Revolution Muslim" Leader Just Happened To Be In Times Square Saturday Night...

Yeah, it's just a coincidence that the car bomb parked in Times Square was actually parked right next to the offices of Comedy Central parent company Viacom. And it's just a coincidence that Younus Abdullah Muhammed, who runs the web site RevolutionMuslim - the one that made veiled death threats after "South Park" dared to reference the Islamic prophet Muhammed in a recent episode - happened to be in Times square just around the time the car bomb was to go off.

Via JWF:

A Queens Islamic group that warned the creators of "South Park" of retaliation for lampooning the Prophet Muhammed denied involvement Sunday in the Times Square bomb plot.

Younus Abdullah Muhammed, who runs the Web site, said he was in Times Square at the time the car bomb was discovered, but he insisted he was not involved in the botched bombing.

"What do you think, I commanded somebody to blow up a building in the middle of Times Square?" a testy Muhammed told the Daily News.

NYPD detectives are looking into whether the attempted bombing is linked to a warning issued last month by the Revolution Muslim group against the Comedy Central animators.Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said detectives have not ruled out a connection between the Queens group and the Saturday terror scare outside the headquarters of Viacom, which owns Comedy Central."

It had nothing to do with the 'South Park' controversy. It was not an attack targeting Viacom," Muhammed said. He said he was on 42nd St. and Broadway in Times Square about 6:30 p.m. Saturday - just about the time a bomb-packed SUV was found on 45th St. and Broadway.

How the hell does our "testy Muhammed" know who or what the attack was targeting? Why was he in Times Square at that particular day at that particular time? Was he looking to shoot some video, perhaps, of the ensuing chaos after a car bomb explosion, for website posting? Would make our Muhammed look like quite the prophet, so to speak....

Even if RevolutionMuslim did not physically plant the SUV-bomb, one certainly could claim they were the inspiration for it. And in that case, where are the liberal columnists, the Democratic leadership, and ex-President Bill Clinton, all who have been wagging their crooked fingers at the tea party rallies and warning that their "rhetoric can have dangerous results"?

Will they take on RevolutionMuslim for their incendiary words that almost caused an incendiary explosion at the crossroads of the world? Or will they turn their heads, pretend not to see it, and order the SWAT teams to take out granny, Betty Sue, and that kid carrying the Gadsden flag...?

"Be on the lookout for a balding white man..." Does Younus Muhammed qualify? Or is that profiling?

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