July 28, 2007

'Not-a-Terrorist' Muslim Woman Arrested, Had Bomb

Kimberly "Asma" Al-Homsi arrested....again. This time on charges related to the "domestic disturbance" call that brought the police to her and Aisha Abdul-Rahman Hamad's house two weeks ago. They found bomb making materials at the time, but it looks like they've decided to press charges.

Q: How come it's al-Homsi that's always getting arrested and not Hamad? Is Kimberly the butch and therefore assumed to be the responsible man of the house.

Fox 4 Dallas:

During a search on July 16, detectives found dangerous explosives and a homemade bomb.

An arrest affidavit describes it as two plastic pipes capped off on one end, and shotgun shells placed into the opposite end. The affidavit goes on to say the pipes were X-rayed, which showed them to be filled with very small round balls which investigators described as buckshot, used in shotgun shells.

For a really effective pipe bomb, though, you need something more than a shotgun shell, and caps on both sides. I wanted to say it was a zip gun gone awry, but the same article says that she also had one of those.

How do I know this stuff? No one is going to accuse me of not getting anything out of Boy Scouts!

Al-Homsi had previously been detained on what looked like a casing of Dallas Love Field for potential terrorism. But charges were later dropped. She was also once arrested for threatening people with a fake hand grenade.

Anyway, it looks like she's just psycho to me. But, as I've said on a number of occasions: crazy + extremist ideology = dangerous.

And how does one know if a crazy Muslim woman also might have an extremist ideology?

Fire officials say while they are confident of what al-Homsi was making, they have yet to learn of her motives. But they soon may learn, as the FBI has seized her computer and is analyzing it to see if it will provide any answers.
The internet: more than just porn and stock quotes!

Hat tip: Jaret, who oddly seems to follow all things lesbian-Muslim.....

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 03:09 PM | Comments |