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Handwritten Note By Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Claims Responsibility for the Bombing, Cites Islam as the Cause

Investigators have discovered a note written on the inside wall of the boat where Dzhokhar Tsarnaev hid after the gunfight with police in Watertown Massachusetts. The note claims responsibility for the Boston bombing and states that the attack was retribution for the US led wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The note also cites Islam as the cause for the bombing.

Boston Marathon bombing suspects

Tamarlan & Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Tamarlan [ left ] is now deceased, killed in a gun battle with police in Watertown Mass the night after the bombing took place on April 15th 2013. A hand-written note has been found which was authored by Dzhokhar [ right ].

The note also states: “When you attack one Muslim, you attack all Muslims,”thus clarifying that radicalized Islamic beliefs were part of the motive for the attack.

The hand written note describes victims of the bombing as “collateral damage”.  This hand written note left by Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will most likely be entered into evidence against him, and clarifies that a radicalized religious view of Islam and Muslim beliefs were part of the overall motive behind the attack.

See http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-57584827-504083/boston-marathon-bombings-suspect-dzhokhar-tsarnaev-left-message-in-boat-calling-victims-collateral-damage/

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Members of the Muslim Community in Toronto Turned In Would-Be Terrorists, Saved Lives

I found this report this morning and I consider it one of the most hopeful pieces of news I have read in weeks. Members of the Muslim community in Toronto Canada acted in time and turned in two individuals who were planning a massive terror attack, saving dozens of lives in so doing, and restoring a small modicum of actual spiritual credibility to the Muslim faith. I have always known that there are literally millions of Muslims around the world who want nothing but peace and unity, goodwill among humankind, but their voices are almost universally drowned out by the incessant vitriol of their corrupted peers who call constantly for global Jihad. Here’s the report:

See http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2013/04/how-torontos-muslim-community-uncovered-the-would-be-train-bombers/275239/?google_editors_picks=true

How Toronto’s Muslim Community Uncovered the Would-Be Train Bombers

Apr 23 2013, 4:30 PM ET

“They focused on demonizing Western society.”

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Police officers watch a train pass in a subway station in Montreal on May 10, 2012. (Reuters)

After last week’s deadly bombing in Boston, news that Toronto foiled its own terrorist attack might have come as a relief.

A plot to blow up a rail line between Canada and the U.S. was thwarted on Monday, and Canadian police have arrested two suspects, Chiheb Esseghaier, of Montreal, and Raed Jaser, of Toronto.

But the most surprising part of the story might be how the suspects were discovered: They were turned in, reports say, by leaders of their own community.

Muhammed Robert Heft, who runs Toronto’s Paradise Forever Islamic Center, says that one of the suspects — he won’t say which — started expressing extremist beliefs to a member of the city’s Muslim leadership a year ago.

“They were espousing some views that were starting to ruffle feathers and make people uncomfortable,” Heft said. “They focused on demonizing Western society and suggesting that there has to be some kind of retribution or revenge for the perceived grievances of this individual.”

The community leader — Heft declined to give his name — became concerned, and suggested to Heft that he monitor the suspect.

“It went to a stage where it was a constant topic of conversation. The community leader realized that the person was not changing their views. They worried that something might eventually happen,” he explained.

Heft says that when members of the Islamic community there regularly express extremist views, an Imam or other religious leader would call in Heft or another higher-up to try to convince the person of a more moderate point of view. If the person continued to try to gain converts to radical Islam, his name might be passed along to the police.

That’s apparently what happened this time, and it worked. Reports show that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police believed the two suspects had the capacity to carry out the attack, but there was no imminent threat to the public, passengers, or infrastructure — until Monday.

In a week of terrible news and, in some corners, rising Islamophobia, this is a small but promising sign that religious groups can be capable — and sometimes incredibly deft — at policing extremists within their own ranks.

Heft shrugged off the idea that some Muslims might oppose the religious leaders’ practice of turning in militant members of their own religion.

“The vast majority gets it, they’re proud of the fact that we’re involved in the front lines,” he said. “At the end of the day, they didn’t want anything to happen in Canada either.”

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