Four innocent people are dead after a black Fresno gunman shouting “Allahu akbar” went on a murderous rampage that began last week and climaxed Tuesday afternoon.
His name: Kori Ali Muhammad.
As usual, jihad whitewashers say it’s “too early” to call it terrorism — even though he made it bloody clear to police upon his arrest that he hated white people. “Allahu akbar” might as well be “Aloha snackbar” to the blind, deaf, and dumb.
.@KSEE24 Police chief: "Too early to say" if Fresno shooting spree "involves terrorism," but suspect yelling "Allahu akbar" gives that indication.
— NBC Nightly News (@NBCNightlyNews) April 18, 2017
Late Tuesday night, the Fresno police chief reportedly denied that the acts constituted terrorism because Muhammad wanted to “kill as many white people as possible.”
What the hell?
BREAKING: Fresno police chief: Shooting not connected to terrorism; suspect wanted to kill as many people as possible.
— The Associated Press (@AP) April 19, 2017
This isn’t the first homegrown black Muslim vigilante named “Ali Muhammad” to wreak deadly havoc on random targets.
In an eerie echo of this week’s terror spree, at least four innocent men died in 2014 in acts of “vengeance” on behalf of aggrieved Muslims.
The self-confessed murderer: Ali Muhammad Brown.
The 29-year-old career thug, caught on the run in a Muslim keffiyeh and a trove of jihadist exhortations, admitted to killing Leroy Henderson in Seattle three years ago next week. He then gunned down Ahmed Said and Dwone Anderson-Young in Seattle in mid-June 2014; and shot college student Brendan Tevlin, 19, in Essex County, N.J., a week later. Tevlin was murdered in his family Jeep on his way home from a friend’s house.
Muhammad Brown told investigators that Tevlin’s slaying was a “just kill.”
His mission was “vengeance. For the lives — millions of lives are lost every day … a life for a life.”
When a detective asked him to clarify whether all four murders were “done for vengeance for the actions of the United States in the Middle East,” Ali Muhammad Brown stated unequivocally:
Does the motive get any clearer than this?
As Soeren Kern, senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute warned in my new CRTV investigation of Ali Muhammad Brown: “If the police are afraid to discuss the background, what is motivating these people to do this, we’re going to see more of this incentivized a lot of these jihadists.”
“Too early” to call the Fresno jihad a jihad.
Too late for the victims of another Ali Muhammad targeting innocent civilians as Islamic payback on American soil.
Editor's note: This article has been updated to correct two typographical errors.