The New York Times Still Clueless About Jihadists’ Motivation

Guest post by DMartyr

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Texas terrorist Elton Simpson (on left) from Arizona and his roommate Nadir Soofi shared an apartment in Phoenix, Arizona.

The New York Times still can’t what motivated two young men to attempt mass murder:

GARLAND, Tex. — One was an extrovert drawn to basketball as well as to Islam, who had been identified by the F.B.I. as a jihadist terrorism suspect and was once a regular at Friday Prayer at a mosque near his Phoenix apartment. The other was more quiet, ran a carpet cleaning business in Phoenix and often prayed at the same mosque, sometimes accompanied by his young son.

It is still not entirely clear what led the two men — Elton Simpson, 30, and Nadir Hamid Soofi, 34, who lived in the same apartment complex in Phoenix — to come to this Dallas suburb and open fire Sunday outside a gathering that showcased artwork and cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad.

Seriously?

Here’s a clue…
One of the terrorists an Islamist with the Twitter account “Shariah Is Light” posted this tweet on the #TexasAttack — BEFORE THE ATTACK!
shariah is light

Authorities identified Elton Simpson from Arizona as the man behind the “Shariah is Light” terrorist account.

Here’s another clue… ISIS took credit for the attack today.

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