Surprise: Florida Terror Suspect Well Known to AMEF Members
You'd think that after nearly a dozen arrests of its members & administrators, the goons over at the Ansar Mujahideen English Forum (AMEF) would learn to shut their traps. You'd be wrong:
"Please make dua [supplication] for this brother who has been falsely accused by the kuffar ," a man calling himself Abu Mustafa al-Amriki (Abu Mustafa the American) posted on al-Qaida's English-language website. "He was always helpful and his lectures were very beneficial to me. May ALLAH protect him and hasten his release…Ameen!!!!"Umm, AMEF is not al Qaeda's website. But, it is a website well known to host al Qaeda sympathizers and fellow travelers. One does not need to be a member of al Qaeda to be a terrorist.
"Muslims don't snitch on Muslim brothers and sisters," [NiqabNadia] wrote. "And I hope the "confidential sources" who hired this brother to spy on him and report to the kuffar was not a "Muslim." The website – known as Ansar al-Mujahideen - has raised national security concerns in the recent past. In July, a Pennsylvania man was indicted for making threats against U.S. citizens via the Ansar Al-Mujahideen website.The Pennsylvania man mentioned would be Emerson "Goatly" Begolly.