Most Muslims didn’t know Syed Farook or his lovely wife Tashfeen. A vast majority of Muslims, even. You need to keep that in mind before you go blaming all Muslims by using “Muslim” as a descriptor. Plus, if you suspect that anybody at a mosque might be plotting to do bad things — as opposed to just praying, which is perfectly fine because they’re not Christians — that’s racist and bigoted and Islamophobic. You should be ashamed of yourself, you racist, bigoted Islamophobe.
Also, there’s this. Paul Sperry, NY Post:
The cleric acting as spokesman for the San Bernardino mosque where terrorist Syed Rizwan Farook worshipped claims he barely knew Farook and didn’t know his terrorist wife at all. But phone records and other evidence uncovered by federal investigators cast suspicion on his story.
The FBI has questioned the cleric, Roshan Zamir Abbassi, about his phone communications with Farook — including a flurry of at least 38 messages over a two-week span in June, coinciding with the deadly Muslim terrorist attack on two military sites in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Thirty-eight messages does seem like a lot. But before you jump to conclusions, please be aware that Abbassi has already debunked your racist, bigoted, Islamophobic conspiracy theory:
While he confirms the text messages with Farook, he claims they were merely discussing food donations for his Dar-al-Uloom al-Islamiya of America mosque.
See? They were just having a harmless conversation about food donations. Are you against food donations, you racist? Why do you want people to go hungry, you bigot? How about thinking of the real victims here, you Islamophobe?
Syed and Tashfeen committed a brutal act of terror despite being Muslims. Besides which, they weren’t really Muslims at all, because true Muslims ignore all the stuff in the Koran about killing unbelievers.
It all makes sense when you don’t think about it.