Sunday, November 15, 2009

Were You At The Teitel Rally?

You know the rally in support of suspected terrorist Yaakov/Jack Teitel?


Oh, sorry, it wasn't for Teitel.

It was for Tarek.

T-shirts for Tarek. Web site for Tarek.

And who is Tarek and what is he suspected of doing?

He's suspected Muslim terrorist:-

Many rally for alleged terrorist

A jailed Sudbury terror suspect fighting to be put under house arrest yesterday drew more than 100 outraged supporters to federal court, where his lawyer disclosed the trained pharmacist was charged only after he refused to become an FBI informant.

As prosecutors argued Tarek Mehanna, 27, is too “radicalized” to be sprung from Plymouth County Correctional Center, his supporters, including children wearing “Justice for Tarek” T-shirts, insisted outside the packed courtroom that he did nothing wrong.

“We believe he’s innocent and that the government is trying to create this Islamophobia,” said Abdullah Tawheed, 27, of Brooklyn, N.Y., who was among those keeping vigil outside the packed courtroom during the hearing.

Mehanna and co-defendant Ahmad Abousamra, 28, are accused of plotting with an associate to attack shopping malls and assassinate two unidentified government officials.

Mehanna’s brother, Tamer, has launched a Web site,, where people can donate to his legal defense.

Supporter David Rolde of Weston said he attended a session Sunday at the Islamic Center of Boston in Wayland where people discussed Mehanna’s case and discrimination against Muslims.

“I know him. He’s a very nice guy,” said Arben Xhemalallari of Worcester, who brought his daughter, Madinah, 8, to court. The little girl is a student of Mehanna’s at Worcester Islamic Center. Mehanna also taught science, math and religion at the Alhuda Academy in Worcester.

Is there anything for Teitel?

(Kippah tip: OS)

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