Boston Imans’ Catch-22

… compelled to follow the jihadist agenda  imposed by Wahhabi pressures, but in doing so risk impacting the established financial apparatus created in America that is critical in furthering the global Islamic agenda.

Today’s Metro Section of the Boston Globe featured, Grief is mixed with dread for Boston imams – Metro – The Boston Globe by Yvonne Abraham. She reports on the concerns of Boston area imans that the bombing suspect(s) may be  Muslim.

They should be concerned.

A number of mosques and imans in America provide a domestic support network to terrorists operating in the United States.  Law enforcement and counter-terror experts are well aware of this, yet Muslim special interest groups consistently impede terror investigations and urge Muslims to not cooperate with authorities in said investigations.

Imans in large U.S. metropolitan areas face a catch-22 when dealing with domestic terror incidents.  Many are compelled to follow the jihadist agenda    imposed by Wahhabi pressures, but in doing so risk impacting the established financial apparatus created in America that is critical in furthering the global Islamic agenda.  In order to win the PR battle and maintain access to city power brokers, they need to present a public image of what is best described as “Islam Lite”.  

It can be a tough balancing act.

The Boston bombing is still under investigation.  A Muslim connection has not been officially reported but the leaked/released photographs of possible suspects is weighing in that direction.  The Islamic community is keenly aware of the impact.  

If a Muslim connection is confirmed, it will certainly test the effectiveness of CAIR’s Islamophobia project while providing questionable material for the #myjihad campaign.

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