Sunday, August 19, 2007

Islamic Terrorism In Peaceful Orlando

This recent incident in Orlando removes any doubt in my formerly military mind that CAIR is manufacturing anti-Islamic incidents on a nationwide scale, as the Orlando Police Department finds no evidence that the alleged incident actually happened. I'll wager that if you checked the background of the "offended" Muslim male who says he was "assaulted" by an enraged Infidel female you'd find the resume of a raving Islamofascist and/or a mentally ill person in the pay and control of CAIR.


Muslim Man Says He Was Called "Terrorist" At Orlando Mall.

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And of course CAIR, the unidicted co-conspirator in the ongoing terrorism trial, is right there to help him.

ORLANDO, Fla. -- A Muslim man is demanding police take action after, he said, he was discriminated against at a local mall.

Mustapha El Mahjahtti said he was at a store at the Prime Outlet Mall on I-Drive when a woman tried to cut him in line. He said he told the woman to go to the back of the line, but she allegedly physically attacked him and even called him a terrorist.

Mahjahtti said security guards failed to help. Now he's working with the local Council on American-Islamic Relations to get action.

"We are not criticizing the Orlando Police Department," said Danette Zaghari-Mask, Council of American-Islamic Relations.

A spokesperson with the Orlando Police Department said, in order for anything to be considered a hate crime, there has to be a physical assault and intentional prejudice based on race or religion.

So, what the hall do the police have to do with the fact somebody cut you in line and called you a terrorist?

A Tip Of The Steel Helmet To "Eye On The World"

THE SECOND CAIR STORY: Propaganda and Fund raising for Islamic Terrorism

CAIR's Orlando Annual Fundraising Banquet will be held on August 18th at the Orange County Convention Center 5-7 PM. CAIR was charged as an unindicted co-conspirator in an FBI terrorist funding case. The man pictured above is their guest speaker, unindicted co conspirator linked to WTC bombing Siraj Wahaj.

Why is a fundraising dinner of the Co-Conspirators taking place on taxpayer property?

A Tip Of The Steel Helmet To Pat Campbell


The following is a report from Alan of the UAC's Orlando, FL chapter regarding the chapter members experiences while attempting to distribute anti-CAIR literature at the Convention Center where CAIR was holding a banquet. Alan can be reached at

On the day of the CAIR Banquet at the Convention Center there was also a truck show that was open to the public. Interestingly the CAIR banquet was being held directly upstairs in clear sight of the truck show.

Three of us went to the truck show with the plan of quietly and politely handing out literature about Siraj Wahhaj and CAIR both named unindicted co-conspirators in separate cases. Two other members also drove over from Tampa to help out.

We arrived at the truck show at 3:10 PM and immediately began handing out literature to attendees, vendors, and exhibitors. At approximately 3:45 we were collectively flanked by approximately ten security guards, an Orange County Sheriff, and Beth Barrett of the Convention Center management. I was asked to present my ID, which I politely did. Then we were escorted out the Convention Center. When we were outside of the Convention Center there were 3-4 Orange County Sheriff cruisers shadowing our every move - as if we posed a serious threat.

The irony of this exercise is that right upstairs as we were being forced out of a partially tax payer funded venue for simply handing out literature. The group CAIR which is currently listed as an unindicted co-conspirator in the ongoing Holy Land Foundation Hamas funding case had as their keynote speaker another unindicted co-conspirator in the 93 WTC Bombings who was also a character witness for the Blind Sheikh, who was sentenced to life in prison for his role in the murder and destruction at the WTC, were conducting business as usual.

The question I have is how could our city leaders allow CAIR Orlando and Siraj Wahhaj to speak at a taxpayer funded venue in the first place. I have left three messages with Mayor Buddy Dyers office and faxed info to Mayor Rich Crotty's office but have no responses as of yet.

That is briefly what our experiences were in our goal to hand out a few pieces of paper and educate the public about what is going on at the Orange County Convention Center.


United American Committee
Orlando Chapter

Friday, August 10, 2007

Big Brother Is Watching You In Orlando

The government spy cameras have arrived in Orlando.

Do you want to lay a bet that within five years a police camera will be on most corners in Downtown Orlando watching our every move? Welcome to the age of Big Brother and "1984."
Red-light runners, beware: Cameras, fines coming
Jay Hamburg

Sentinel Staff Writer

August 10, 2007

By year's end, Orlando plans to start hitting red-light runners where it hurts: in their pocketbooks.

On Thursday, Mayor Buddy Dyer revealed the first 10 intersections scheduled to get cameras that will nab motorists who plow through intersections.

The plan is to get photographic proof of vehicles that have driven through the crosswalk after a light turns red. The city will send the owner of the vehicle a copy of the photo and a bill for $125 for the first two violations and $250 for the third.

"The message should be clear," Dyer said. "Obey the traffic light, or we will lighten your wallets."

All 10 are among the city's 25 most-dangerous intersections. Busy intersections such as State Road 436 and S.R. 50 were not included because they are outside city limits. Some dangerous intersections are not targeted because they are under control of the state, which doesn't allow red-light cameras on its property.

The intersections will be posted with signs warning drivers about the cameras. But Dyer added that to deter red-light runners, "we will probably post some intersections that don't have cameras, as well." The camera will be portable enough to move to other sites.

The first intersections to get cameras will be Colonial Drive at Garland Avenue; Colonial Drive at Magnolia Avenue; Robinson Street at Rosalind Avenue; Orange Avenue at Michigan Street; Dixie Belle Drive at Michigan Street; Gore Street at Orange Blossom Trail; John Young Parkway at L.B. McLeod Road; Kirkman Road at Conroy Road; Kirkman Road at Vineland Road; and Kirkman Road at Major Boulevard.

To avoid potential conflict with state statutes, Orlando plans to cite and fine the owners of vehicles that run red lights, as if the act were a code violation similar to a parking ticket. No points will be deducted from a driver's license.

For privacy concerns, the photos will show the vehicle and the license plate but will not identify the driver.

Apopka and Gulf Breeze are among a handful of governments already using red-light cameras, but Orlando is by far the largest government in the state with plans to use them.

Orange County recently declined to pursue a similar program after county attorney Tom Drage warned that, without specific state approval, the county would risk getting sued.

But Orlando officials think they are on solid legal ground with the proposed ordinance that still requires two votes of approval by City Council members in the coming months. The council, however, already has signaled its unanimous support of the idea, and Dyer wants the cameras clicking away before the new year.

"We think it's an appropriate step to take to save lives," city attorney Mayanne Downs said.

Red-light running accounts for at least 100 fatalities and more than 6,300 injuries a year in Florida. There were more than 450 red-light-running crashes in Orlando last year.

"Bottom line is that red-light cameras can save lives," Dyer said.

The setup will cost $50,000 to $60,000 per intersection. Orlando officials expect the red-light fines to pay for the program. Any extra revenue could be used to install more cameras.

Orlando police Chief Mike McCoy said the program is designed to change behavior, not fill city coffers.

"We're not here to raise a bunch of money," McCoy said. "We want you to stop running the lights."

So does Wendy Michaels, an Orange County resident who suffered a broken neck when a red-light runner broadsided the car in which she was riding.

After two years of recovery, she still has a lot of pain and partial paralysis from the accident that occurred in Illinois.

She cheered Thursday's announcement, saying that even during her current five-mile commute, she sees at least one red-light runner every day.

"It just breaks my heart," said Michaels, who works as a mortgage lender.

Asked what she would say to those running red lights: "Oh, you don't want to know that."

Jay Hamburg can be reached at or 407-420-5673.

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