Mentions three major incidents — including the one in Brooklyn — that authorities probably have intentionally mis-characterized to cover up acts of terrorism or other kinds Islamic ritual killing in the United States
Blog writers, Diana Sepulveda & Mona Salama, tell story of Mahuddin Mahmud, Brooklyn father of three, found burned in his basement apartment on January 9, 2014 — with his head mostly cut-off
They also sound the alarm — “...Don’t Believe The Lies” — These killings are NOT “Rental Dispute[s]” OR “Workplace Violence”
The way Ms. Sepulveda and Ms. Salama briefly tell the story of Mahuddin Mahmud’s life and death, “[He] legally immigrated to the US decades ago to start a computer software training business and became a landlord. A rental dispute occurred in January [this year] in a small Bangladeshi community in Brooklyn, NY, [which] ended in a traditional native Bangladesh attack of beheading and burning the victim....” (See “Rental Dispute? Workplace Violence? Don’t Believe The Lies” by Diana Sepulveda & Mona Salama, 10/11/14, Behind Enemy Lines - Blogging From Within [http://www.behindenemylinesradio.us/2014/10/rental-dispute-workplace-violence-dont.html]). They then described how the alleged perpetrator, a 27-year old Rasel Siddiquee, rushed to JFK Airport in an attempt to jump on a plane to return to his native Bangladesh. He wasn’t able to make good his getaway; and he was apprehended by the NYPD before he left the jurisdiction of the United States.
These women commentators then asked this rhetorical question: “Does this story sound familiar?”
They gave this immediate and well-targeted answer, “Of course it does, after the beheading of a 54-year old grandmother in Oklahoma several weeks ago. Besides the obvious common thread of a gruesome beheading, the other worrisome common thread is the government[’s] and media[‘s] handling of the story.”
What did the media say about January 2014 attack in Brooklyn ?
According to Sepulveda and Salama, “Nothing but cover it up saying a death occurred because of a rental dispute.”
They went on to acknowledge, “...Yes, a death occurred...” However, they raised this issue “... where were the details ?"
The allegations in the case are that Siddiquee BEHEADED Mahuddin Mahmud and then burned him. Even though the decapitation was not completed, it was a gruesome act, nonetheless; and together with the burning of the remains, it was an old fashioned Bangladeshi Islamic method of ritual execution.
GOVERNMENT POLICY FOSTERS MISREPORTING OF THE NATURE OF CERTAIN CRIMES — TO AVOID “ISLAMAPHOBIA”
The report of Ms. Sepulveda and Ms. Salama concludes that it is government policy that keeps the victims of this kind of violence from being properly avenged; and the public from being properly informed.
In this instance, Mahuddin Mahmud, a law-abiding citizen living in Brooklyn, did not get the respect and honor he deserved from either the police or others in city government. or by a main stream media biased by political correctness. Instead, a gruesome attack followed by a partial immolation of the victim, allegedly by an illegal Islamic thug, with the intent and purpose to kill in an ancient and ritualistic manner, was covered-up to prevent something called “Islamophobia.”
This is exactly what happened recently in Oklahoma, with the lie of that beheading's merely being an act of workplace violence, by an Islamic fanatic; and it is generally what happened not very long ago in Fort Hood, Texas, where several soldiers were killed and others gunned down in another instance of so-called workplace violence by another Islamic fanatic.