Libyan Muslim Musab Mohamed Masmari moved to the left-wing hellhole known as Seattle, Washington to start a new life… and to get his jihad on. He was appointed to be a 9/11 Arab Cultural Ambassador, working for the 9/11 Media Arts Center to help visiting Iraqi journalists. What his employer, which has ties to the State Department, didn’t know was that Masmari was planning something sinister.
Masmari maintained a relatively low profile at work and had only been arrested for minor offenses such as destruction of property. He even started to speak positively of America on Facebook, though he had implied that America was a “terrorist” in earlier posts. No one suspected he would spill fluids all over the inside of a gay bar on New Year’s… though obviously not the kind of fluids most men spill. He poured gasoline on a staircase inside the packed Neighbours gay bar/club, which had approximately 750 patrons at the time. Soon, Masmari began his independent pyrotechnics show. The staircase was engulfed in flames, and the patrons panicked. Masmari fled in the confusion, as 750 people tried to escape all at once.
People poured out of the club, Masmari included, many of whom were experiencing the symptoms of smoke inhalation. Thankfully, no one was seriously injured in the short-lived blaze. Security footage captured Masmari in the act, and the Joint Terrorism Task Force helped Seattle PD identify and capture Masmari as he was on his way to the airport. News reports did not mention whether or not he was trying to flee the country.
After Masmari’s arrest, one of his Muslim friends was interviewed. The man, who came forward as soon as he knew something foul was afoot, said he suspected Masmari was “planning terrorist activity.” The man also told investigators that Masmari had said that “homosexuals should be exterminated.” Aside from the attempted arson jihad, Masmari had also reportedly purchased a rifle.
Masmari will most likely have his first hearing sometime in the week of February 3rd.