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Friday, March 4, 2011

Video: 'Allahu Akbar' Shouted Before Murder of U.S. Soldiers, Administration Not Sure if Terrorism

Just before Kosovo Muslim Arid Uka opened fire on a bus, killing two U.S. Servicemen, he shouted 'Allahu Akbar.' Yet, the Obama administration is not only avoiding the words 'Islamic terrorism' in describing it, they still aren't even willing to call it a 'terror attack.' Uka even has a facebook page that provides more than enough information as to what drove him. Check out this report from Fox News in which State Department Asst Secretary P.J. Crowley does his best Robert Gibbs impersonation, stammering through his explanation about why this can't be called an act of terrorism yet.

The Daily Mail reported:
This is the face of the man suspected of killing two U.S. soldiers in Germany in an Islamist rage.

The photo is from Arid Uka's Facebook page - once listed under his real name but changed recently to that of Abu Reyann, his chosen 'warrior' name.

The site is littered with references to Holy War, hatred of 'non believers' and has his favourite saying - 'may the eyes of the cowards never sleep' - by Khalid Bin Walid, an ancient Islamic fighter who united Arabia for the first time.

'This is my favourite killer outfit when rolling the dice on black ops,ha ha,' he boasts to his friends on the social networking site - probably more a reference to the computer game of the same name that he played avidly than any attack like that he carried out in Frankfurt which left two Americans dead and two severely wounded.
Arid Uka photo from his facebook page:

h/t Gateway Pundit

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