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Moroccan Suicide Bomber Apprehended In Washington: Story Sparks Questions
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On Friday, a 29-year old Moroccan was arrested by FBI agents and charged for plotting to make a suicide bomb attack on the U.S. Capitol Building.

While detractors and critics cry hoarse that “big brother watching over them” does not need to continue to privy and bedroom, it is difficult for “big brother” to leave it at that considering the hordes of gun-toting, bomb-carrying aliens and immigrants across the country.

There has been a recent culture in the country of treating immigrants mainly as harmless fruit-pickers and people who would do jobs “no honest American would do.” Well that may not be the truth, and if you fail to see the truth, short facts of the story include:

  
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  • El Khalifi, a Moroccan immigrant was the “subject” of a two-month undercover FBI investigation
  • An FBI informant befriended him posing as an undercover agent of al-Qaeda
  • On being approached by apparent al-Qaeda agents, El-Khalifi admitted to them his desire to join extremist groups
  • Posing as terror associates, the undercover FBI agents took El-Khalifi to a West Virginia quarry, and demonstrated the power of the bombs they had. At this point the “subject” expressed he would like a bigger explosion.
  • Lacking any connection with real terror outfits, El-Khalifi asked the FBI informant to supply him with the bomb and gun required to carry out attacks
  • On Friday, El-Khalifi, a dreaded terrorist with plans to attack the U.S. Capitol Building was arrested by heroic FBI agents who knew that neither his gun nor his bomb were working since it was an FBI informer who had supplied both.
  • News with headlines “FBI Foils Attack On U.S. Capitol” hits the media

While this episode neither means all aliens are terrorists, nor all terrorists are aliens, it does lend credibility as to why, we should unequivocally support all FBI policies including monitoring of our citizen lives on social media. The FBI social media app has been tendered just to prevent such dangerous attacks from happening.

None can forget 9/11, and none can forget the very real threat of terrorists around the corner. But when authorities use that fear to thrice body scan cute women at airports and garner opinion to push software to snoop social networks and private lives, it needs rethinking. A dumb guy armed with a non-functioning gun and bomb supplied by FBI, and arrested on his way to fulfill his dumb plot raises questions that need logical and not dumb answers.

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