Would you like a bomb with that?

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Terrorists are infiltrating quietly. One small cell was found in Lodi, California. The Sacremento Bee has the story. (use Bug Me Not to get around their stupid registration system)
Two Lodi men arrested for suspected al Qaeda ties

Federal officials believe they have broken up an al Qaeda terror cell operating in Lodi and have arrested two men and detained two others as part of a wide-ranging investigation, authorities said Tuesday.

One of the men arrested, 22-year-old Hamid Hayat, is accused in a federal criminal complaint of training in an al Qaeda camp in Pakistan to learn "how to kill Americans" and then lying to FBI agents about it.

His training included explosives and weapons instruction and using photographs of President Bush as targets, court documents indicate.
When are people going to wake up and recognize the great sickness that has infected the Islamic Culture today. I have nothing against Islam but some of its practitioners are downright psychotic. For them, it has become more of a mental illness then a spiritual practice. What worries me is that the moderates will not denounce them. This would shut them up but the moderates allow them to survive and some of them actually fund them. "You reap what you sow" really crosses cultural boundaries -- if someone wanted to look for a universal truth, this would be a contender right behind "Don't Panic"

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[UPDATE: I've done some digging on the terrorist connections of the suspects. You'll want to scroll down to see the updates.] Whoa, this puts a whole new spin on that CCR song. Four men have been arrested in Lodi California,... Read More

Today's California and New York cases are just the tip of the iceberg, and we had all better realize what lies beneath it while we still can do something about it. Read More

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