The #Pulse Massacre: Not the First Time Islamist Killers Targeted Gays on American Soil

On Saturday night an Islamist extremist murdered 50 people at a “Pulse” gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.

The Pulse nightclub killer was identified as Omar Mateen.

This was not the first attack by Muslim extremists on gays in America.


In 2014 radical Islamist Ali Muhammad Brown used the popular gay hookup app ‘Grindr’ to commit mass murder.
The mainstream media mostly ignored this gay assault.

Muhammad Brown murdered three gay men in Seattle as a part of a “bloody crusade” to punish the U.S. government for its foreign policies.

He hated the US so he killed gays.

In April 1990, a pipe bomb exploded at the gay bar and restaurant Uncle Charlie’s at 56 Greenwich Avenue.
Bitter Queen reported:

Federal investigators determined that a Muslim terrorist ring was responsible for the pipe bomb attack on Uncle Charlie’s. A January 14, 1995 article (“Man Accused In Terror Plot Bombed Gay Bar, U.S. Says) by James C. McKinley Jr. from The New York Times states:

Federal prosecutors plan to present evidence that some of the 12 men charged in a terrorist conspiracy to blow up New York City landmarks were also responsible for a host of other crimes, including the 1990 bombing of a gay bar, international arms smuggling, drug trafficking and the attempted murder of Mikhail S. Gorbachev. In a letter from prosecutors to defense lawyers released yesterday, the prosecutors accuse El Sayyid A. Nosair, one of the alleged leaders of the terrorist ring, of bombing a Greenwich Village gay bar, Uncle Charlie’s, on April 28, 1990, injuring three people. Mr. Nosair, who like the other defendants is Muslim, attacked the bar because he objected to homosexuality on religious grounds, according to the letter.

On Saturday Islamist Omar Mateen slaughtered 50 people at a gay club in Orlando.
He was under investigation by the FBI for his ties to Islamic terrorist groups.
Omar was linked to ISIS.

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