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The Islamic State Is Targeting American Students



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  • A 22 year old was arrested in the Arlington school district, he claimed to have threatened a woman with a knife and had been claiming connections with terrorism.
  • He was found with an AK-47, a shotgun, a handgun, and 200 rounds of ammunition.
  • After the young man started spitting and aggressively moving towards the officer, the officer tased him and arrested him.
  • The FBI is looking in to any affiliation with terrorist organizations.

The FBI is investigating after police in Texas say an armed man who claimed to be affiliated with the Islamic State terrorist group assaulted and spit on an officer.

Sadek Hamed, 22, was arrested shortly after 3 p.m. Tuesday and now faces charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and assaulting a public servant. Police said Hamed was armed with an AK-47, a shotgun, a handgun and 200 rounds of ammunition, KTVT-TV reported.

A school law enforcement resource officer for the Arlington School District was driving to the police station when he was reportedly flagged down by two people claiming to have knowledge of a possible assault. WFAA-TV reported the individuals told the officer that Hamed had threatened a woman with a knife.

The officer eventually caught up with Hamed at a traffic light. That’s when things got tense.

Hamed and the officer engaged in a physical fight as two bystanders rushed over to help the officer. Since the officer didn’t see Hamed brandishing a weapon at the time, he holstered his firearm and took out his Taser.

That’s when Mohammad Omar Ileiwat, a local business owner, says he started to record the incident. Ileiwat said the suspect started moving “aggressively” toward the officer, so the officer acted quickly.

“The suspect got out, turned away, and the officer tased him,” Ileiwat said, according to WFAA-TV.

The officer tased the Hamed a second time, causing him to fall to the ground. Meanwhile, strangers reportedly rushed over to help the officer arrest him. Hamed is in custody at the Arlington jail.

At some point during the altercation, Arlington Police Lt. Chris Cook said Hamed made “strange remarks” about having ties to terrorists. Police have notified the FBI and ATF.

A spokesman for the FBI did not immediately return a request for comment from TheBlaze.

Source: The Blaze

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  • Joseph L Black says:

    To create fear in the American populace

  • Mike says:

    Isis targets all.

  • William says:

    Islamic Supremacy: in the name of
    The Muslim Brotherhood
    The Muslim Student Association
    The North America Islamic Trust
    Council on American Islamic Relations
    Al Qaeda
    All participating in Civilization Jihade

  • Cliff says:

    I have seen on the internet, colleges allowing “radical Islamists” to come on to and speak to students under the guise of “free speech” This only boils down to more “indoctrination” tactics that are being already employed by the “progressive” “liberal” so-called “professors” in our education system. This practice needs to be halted immediately. This is only a “recruitment” effort.

  • Name says:

    common sense tells you students are very impressionable and looking for something to belong to, whether it be good or bad.

  • Fred Travis says:

    No war can be won by denying the enemy wants to kill you. That is insanity but it is exactly what liberals, rinos, and other traitors are saying while the enemy, being islime in its very existence, is murdering non-mu-slimes around the world.

  • Pam says:

    They are growing in numbers, and the best recruits are the young; they are naïve, confused, disappointed, and need a sense of belonging. I think it also appeals to their desire to stand up to the established way.

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