October 22, 2021

Texas Muhammad Art Contest Attack Jihadi Linked To Super Bowl Terror Plot

150616131019-abdul-malik-abdul-kareem-mugshot-large-169Not only were the Garland jihadis who targeted our free speech event tied to San Bernardino, they were also tied to plot to bomb the Super Bowl.

Worse still, the FBI was warned a week before the Garland, Texas attack occurred, citing the attacker’s public Twitter activity. Why didn’t the FBI pay heed to this? Was it because “the future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam,” as Barack Obama solemnly intoned after the Benghazi jihad attack? Did the Obama administration want us to get killed?


You’ll note that one of the jihadists the Texas would-be murderers were tweeting/communicating with, Mujahid Miski, was also tied to the San Bernardino slaughterers.

If I said it once, I said it a thousand times: our event saved lives.


“Muhammad cartoon contest attack suspect linked to Super Bowl terror plot,” FOX News, December 24, 2015

An indictment says an Arizona man already accused of helping plan an attack on a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas in the spring also planned to fight with the Islamic State group and inquired about explosives to attack a Super Bowl game.

The indictment released Wednesday charges Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem with conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.

Prosecutors allege he researched traveling to the Middle East to fight alongside the group and inquired about the types of explosives that would be needed to blow up the stadium in metro Phoenix where the 2015 Super Bowl was held.

Kareem is accused of researching the trip and seeking the pipe bomb information with Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi, who were killed in a May 3 shootout with police outside the cartoon contest in Garland, Texas.

Kareem’s attorney, Daniel Maynard, didn’t immediately return a call seeking comment on Thursday.