The New York Times Still Clueless About Jihadists’ Motivation
Guest post by DMartyr
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.
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!
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.