Desperate Dallas Duo Duel Police: Muslim Women Behaving Badly

“This is pure harassment. They are trying to make us angry so we actually do something.” –”Hijabed hellions” Kimberly Suzanne “Asma” AL-HOMSI and Aisha HAMAD

Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

19 July 2007: Earlier this year, two Muslim women conducted “surveillance” of a Dallas airport and were so obvious, it was clear they had more than one agenda. On February 25, 2007, Kimberly Suzanne “Asma” AL-HOMSI and Aisha HAMAD, 50, were seen at Love Field wearing Muslim robes and military fatigue pants and “acting suspiciously,” according to officials. Al-HOMSI, it was learned, has a personal friendship with convicted Muslim terrorist Wadih EL HAGE, a former secretary for Osama bin Laden. El HAGE was convicted of conspiracy in the bombings of two U.S. embassies in East Africa prior to 9/11. We previously reported on their behavior and found possible ties to the six “fLying Imams” who are filing suit for racial and religious profiling stemming from an incident on November 20, 2006. The Northeast Intelligence Network was the first to report the subterfuge and alternate agenda of the six Muslim imams the day after their publicity stunt that was designed, among other things, to create the illusion of Muslim victimization.

Now, the two hijabed hellions are at it again, this time engaging in a stand-off with police that included firing a taser gun at HAMAD, and detonating a backpack belonging to Al-HOMSI. The police had good reason, however, as a search of the home shared by the attention-seeking Muslim Madams turned up gun powder and items to make explosive devices. Authorities also found plastic pipes, plumbers’ putty and a zip gun, which is a makeshift weapon that can fire a bullet. They also discovered other items in their search that could be used to create explosives. Nonetheless, both women deny ill intent and again are claiming that they are being harassed for being Muslim.

According to REBECCA LOPEZ , reporter for WFAA-TV in Dallas, Al-Homsi and Hamad say they are not terrorists, but add that “authorities have driven them to the brink by continuously investigating them.” Additional details will be provided on this evolving saga of Desperate Housewives in Dallas, as they are developed, or until CAIR files an injunction preventing us from doing so.

Our previous reports:

6 April 2007: Two Muslim women claim “Muslim persecution” after behavior at Dallas airport causes stir

7 April 2007: UPDATE: Muslim women continue to claim “religious discrimination”