After an Ohio terrorist hired a professional hitman to murder the conservative federal judge handling his case, the killer showed his client a photo of the dead official, proving his job was completed. However, as soon as the satisfied hitman solicitor showed up to court, he got a major surprise he never saw coming.
As the Muslim population in America grows, so does its opposition to our laws, freedoms, and values in favor of Sharia law. No matter how “moderate” U.S. Muslims claim to be, they collectively support the eradication of our First Amendment rights in the push for the punishment of insulting Islam, which is the foundation of Sharia.
Because the Quran’s prescribed punishment for offending Islam is death, Muslim jihadist Yahya Farooq Mohammad, 39, was inspired to carry out the death of U.S. District Court Judge Jack Zahoury, the conservative judge appointed by former President George W. Bush presiding over his case.
For daring to punish a soldier of Allah for simply carrying out the Quran’s commands, Mohammad hired a hitman to take out Judge Zahoury before sentencing in the hopes that his gruesome murder would stave off justice and possibly intimidate other judges into releasing him. Unbelievably, Mohammad’s plans backfired in a brilliant way.
After the hired hitman showed Mohammad’s wife a photo of the murdered judge, the jihadist celebrated his sadistic success. This was why he was absolutely stunned to arrive at court to find Judge Zahoury not only alive and well but adding another decade to his already lengthy sentence plus deportation after the time is served.
Much to Mohammad’s dismay, the assassin he’d hired was an undercover agent who faked a picture of the judge’s death in order to gain a fool-proof confession from the jihadist, garnering him a total sentence of over 27 years in prison, according to The United States Department of Justice. Mohammad will be at least 60 years old when he is released from prison and subsequently deported.
“For those who wish to harm the United States and support terrorists, whether in Yemen, the United Arab Emirates, or right here in Toledo, these decades of prison serve as an important reminder that America’s law enforcement will pursue justice across the globe,” U.S. Attorney Herdman said. “He threatened the safety of our citizens, a judge and the independent judiciary. Now he is being held accountable.”
Mohammad was initially on trial for one count of conspiracy to provide and conceal material support to terrorists, which might’ve seen him released in less than 20 years. After commissioning the death of a federal judge, Mohammad saw his sentence bumped up nearly a decade, leaving the failed jihadist in prison for just under 30 years despite never having successfully carried out an attack.
“He is a dangerous criminal who deserves a long prison sentence,” said David A. Sierleja, the acting U.S. attorney for northern Ohio.
Mohammad confessed to offering $15,000 to an undercover FBI officer to kidnap and murder Judge Zouhary, who was overseeing his case at the time. Mohammad reportedly met the agent through a fellow inmate at the Lucas County Corrections Center in Toledo before officially hiring him.
Mohammad’s wife, a U.S. citizen in Chicago who has not been named, gave the agent a down payment of $1,000 cash in April 2016, demanding proof of the murder before she would pay the rest of the money, NBC News reports. The next month, the agent showed Mohammad’s wife the fake picture of Judge Zahoury’s body and told her that “the photograph was the matter that he was to conduct for her husband.”
The woman then promised the FBI official that she would have to contact her husband for further instructions. Unbelievably, Mohammad’s wife has been probed for her involvement but not charged.
The Blade confirms that Mohammad is an Indian national who was previously extradited to the U.S. from the United Arab Emirates after his four-count indictment was revealed in November 2015.
Before committing his crimes, Mohammad was an engineering student at Ohio State University from 2002 to 2004. He was arrested over a decade later for plotting to travel to Yemen years earlier to give $22,000 to former al-Qaeda activist Anwar al-Awlaki, who is a New Mexico-born Muslim cleric. Al-Awlaki was killed soon after by a U.S. drone strike in 2011 in Yemen.
“As part of his conspiracy, the defendant provided thousands of dollars to Anwar Al-Awlaki in response to his calls to support violent jihad. Once detained, the defendant also solicited the murder of the federal judge presiding over his case. With this prison sentence, he is now being held accountable for his crimes,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Boente. “The National Security Division’s highest priority is counterterrorism and we will continue to pursue justice against those who provide material support to terrorists and those who seek to harm members of our judiciary.”
Not only was Mohammad brought to justice but he has failed at his every opportunity for jihad. For such incompetence, the Quran expresses that Muslims who fail to kill unbelievers will never gain the desirable reward that Allah has reserved for the best of terrorists.
Quran (4:74) – “Let those fight in the way of Allah who sell the life of this world for the other. Whoso fighteth in the way of Allah, be he slain or be he victorious, on him We shall bestow a vast reward.”
Quran (9:111) – “Allah hath purchased of the believers their persons and their goods; for theirs (in return) is the garden (of Paradise): they fight in His cause, and slay and are slain:”
Allah specifically requires his followers to slaughter unbelievers if they wish to indulge in the rewards promised to the best jihadists in the afterlife. Unfortunately for Mohammad, he likely won’t get another chance to attain such a reward until he’s in his 60s, and in another country far away from the U.S. for that matter.