Monday, May 03, 2010

Younus Abdullah Muhammed And The Revolution Muslim Goons Were in Times Square At The Same Time As When The Car Bomb Shows Up To Get Video Of The Carnage.


Police Won’t Rule Out ‘South Park’ Link in Times Square Bomb Attempt. By Joshua Rhett Miller - FOXNews.com….Authorities have not ruled out a link between Saturday’s failed Times Square bombing and a New York Islamic group, REVOLUTIONMUSLIM.COM that warned the creators of “South Park” that they face retaliation for lampooning the Prophet Muhammad.

CAR BOMB IN TIMES SQUARE 6:30 PM SATURDAY MAY 1st 2010 LINKED TO SOUTH PARK THREAT, YOUNUS ABDULLAH MUHAMMED AND REVOLUTIONMUSLIM.COM DAWAH IN TIMES SQUARE SAME TIME, SEE VIDEO.
Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said detectives have not ruled out a connection between the Queens Revoultion Muslim group and the Saturday terror scare outside the headquarters of Viacom, which owns Comedy Central. Younus Abdullah Muhammed said he was on 42nd St. and Broadway in Times Square about 6:30 p.m. Saturday – just about the time a bomb-packed SUV was found on 45th St. and Broadway, see map above.

VIDEO, Revolutionmuslim.com Dawah in Times Square 6:30 PM May 1st, 2010 - VIDEO CLICK HERE; These are some VIDEO clips from SATURDAY'S event in Times Square, Inshallah the entire speech will follow. In all, we handed out a case of Qurans, many hundreds of the petition to Obama, held some very interesting conversation and also, by the will of Allah, attained one shahada, al-hamdulilah. Shaikh Abdul Malik's presentation was superb and the people were incredibly receptive. Of course the blamers will blame and the cursers will curse, but at the end of the day we would like to see what you/they are doing for Islam? Wake up ya muslimeen!!!



REVOLUTION MUSLIM CREW WAS IN TIMES SQUARE AT THE SAME TIME AS WHEN THE CAR BOMB SHOWS UP.  Younus Abdullah Muhammed and the Revolution Muslim crew were stationed on the corner of 42nd Street and Broadway, a straight line of sight up Broadway to the corner of 45th Street were the car bomb was parked, far enought away not to be harmed but close enough to get video of the carnage.


The Revolutionmuslim group that warned the creators of "South Park" of retaliation for lampooning the Prophet Muhammed denied involvement Sunday in the Times Square bomb plot, even though they were nearby. Younus Abdullah Muhammed, who runs the Web site RevolutionMuslim.com, said he was in Times Square at the time the car bomb was discovered, but he insisted he was not involved in the botched bombing. 



NYPD detectives are looking into whether the attempted bombing is linked to a warning issued last month by the Revolution Muslim group against the Comedy Central animators.  Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said detectives have not ruled out a connection between the Queens group and the Saturday terror scare outside the headquarters of Viacom, which owns Comedy Central.



Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.