American and Irish misunderstanders of Islam came together over Motoon rage, and plotted murder to defend their religion and prophet. Here again, it is odd how those who consider themselves to be most devout and active in the defense of Islam are those who tend to violence; this is never, ever explained by those who claim that they’re misunderstanding the Religion of Peace. “Irish journalist reveals details of Jihad Jane plot: New details of Islamic terrorists in Ireland revealed,” by Antoinette Kelly for Irish Central, October 31:
Last year, four men and three women were arrested in Waterford and Cork in relation to an alleged plot to kill Lars Vilks, a Swedish cartoonist who had depicted the prophet Muhammad with the body of a dog.
Two of the female converts linked to the plot were from the United States, including Colleen R LaRose, otherwise known as ‘Jihad Jane’, the pseudonym she used for the internet.
For the first time, an Irish journalist rovided many details that have been missing from the bizarre story. Writing for the Irish Times, Mary Fitzgerald writes that a 14-page indictment obtained by the paper details 55 “overt acts” in relation to the conspiracy.
“The indictment alleges that, from about 2008 to July 2011, Damache and Khalid conspired with LaRose, Paulin-Ramirez and others to provide material support and resources, including logistical support, recruitment services, funds, identification documents and personnel, to a conspiracy to kill overseas,” she writes.
She adds that, according to the indictment, “Damache, Khalid and others ‘devised and co-ordinated a violent jihad organisation consisting of men and women from Europe and the US divided into a planning team, a research team, an action team, a recruitment team and a finance team; some of whom would travel to south Asia for explosives training and return to Europe to wage violent jihad.’
“The indictment alleges that Damache, Khalid, LaRose and others recruited men online to “wage violent jihad” in south Asia and Europe. In addition, Damache, Khalid, LaRose and others allegedly recruited women who had passports and the ability to travel to and around Europe in support of such activity.
The indictment further alleges that LaRose, Paulin-Ramirez and others travelled to and around Europe to “participate in and support violent jihad”, and that Khalid and LaRose and others solicited funds online for terrorists.”…