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Post  polka23dot on Sun Jun 23, 2013 6:39 pm

Mexican convert Gilberto Garcia Chavez slaughtered his mother Naomi Chavez Garcia and stepfather Jacinto Aurelio Vargas, because “Allah told me to.” source: http://themuslimissue.wordpress.com/2013/06/22/mexican-convert-to-islam-slaughter-his-own-parents-because-allah-told-him-they-were-infidels/

After September 11, 2001 the U.S. identified an increasing number of individuals and groups in South America that were providing support (financial, media, recruiting) for Islamic terror groups. This was all made worse (from the American point of view) because South American governments often refuse to prosecute these individuals, at least not for terrorism. The terrorist supporters could be prosecuted for more common criminal behavior. But South American governments like to point out that there have been very few Islamic terror attacks in their territory. That was also true for many European countries, for a long time, for the same reason; an unofficial truce with Islamic terrorists. The deal is simple. In return for no attacks within a particular country, Islamic terrorists would be given asylum, or otherwise allowed to set up shop as long as it was done quietly. Thus most South American countries don’t recognize the outlaw status of organizations considered international terrorists in most of the world. The local governments will prosecute someone who is a notorious (easily identified and “very convictable”) Islamic terrorist, which is why Osama bin Laden didn’t head for South America. But a lot of lesser known Islamic terrorism supporters are hard at work down there. source: http://www.strategypage.com/htmw/htterr/articles/20130717.aspx
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