Of course the FBI has not determined the motive. How could they? The Obama administration has scrubbed jihad, jihad doctrine and Islam from all counter terror materials. Jihadists associated with Muslim Brotherhood groups like CAIR “train” law enforcement to submit to sharia restrictions on speech. So is it any wonder that authorities and administration officials are calling the savage beheading of a woman “workplace violence”?
The local police, on the other hand, know what they saw and witnesses know what they heard.
Jah’Keem Yisrael was shouting Islamic verses during the beheading. Jah’Keem Yisrael tried to convert his co-workers to Islam. Jah’Keem Yisrael was fired after an argument about stoning women. Jah’Keem Yisrael was, of course, in favor of stoning women. After the argument, he beheaded one and tried to behead another. Jah’Keem Yisrael had photos of beheadings on his Facebook page:
“When you meet the unbelievers, strike the necks…” (Qur’an 47:4)
But the FBI has no motive for the beheading.
The local police are calling a terror event. Looks like they will need “sensitivity training” and Hamas-CAIR will demand re-education seminars given by Imams (from the ISOGC, no doubt).
The incident is being considered a “terror event” by local police, Breitbart Texas has learned.
“It absolutely was a terror event,” Moore Police Department Public Affairs Officer Jeremy Lewis told Breitbart Texas. “What is a terror event? Something that causes terror. This caused terror.”
He added that the suspect “made a statement, absolutely…[he] brought terror to that business and now has everyone in a frenzy and did what we categorize terrorists as doing.”
Lewis said that if the federal government deems the crime to be a “terrorist event,” the case and investigation would be taken over by the FBI. The feds will also take over if the case is categorized as a hate crime.
Both of the victims were white women, Breitbart Texas has learned.
According to Lewis, the FBI interviewed the suspect subsequent to the event. Although Lewis could not disclose any details of the interview, he said that its results, when released, will make many aspects of the case very clear.
Given his conversations with the FBI, Lewis said there is a good change the federal agency will take over the investigation. “I don’t know for sure if they will take over this investigation, but there’s a pretty good probability that that will happen,” he said.
More from Jah’keem’s Facebook page:
Courtesy of Pamela Geller.