Top ISIS leader is American, Zulfi Hoxha, who was in contact with Boston jihadis plotting to behead Pamela Geller

“Wright, Rahim and a third member of the group, Nicholas Rovinski, eventually decided on a different path than that taken by Hoxha. They were in the early stages of a plot to kidnap and behead the anti-Islam activist Pamela Geller…At the time of his death, Rahim was portrayed as just another incompetent ‘lone wolf’ Islamic State supporter with no serious connections to any real-world group members. Even after investigators arrested Wright, who at the time was unemployed and essentially immobile due to his weight, and Rovinski, who had cerebral palsy, this ‘cell’ of Islamic State supporters is still viewed largely as an isolated group of three friends acting on deluded fantasies. While Rahim, Wright, and Rovinski were undoubtedly amateurs, we now know that they formed part of a wider network that was in communication with Islamic State operatives in Syria and had facilitated the travel of Hoxha, who would go on to rise in the group’s ranks.”

This should come as no surprise to anyone. There are no “lone wolves.” This is a global war. And note that this American ISIS leader is “the son of an Albanian-American pizza-shop owner from New Jersey.” This is still more proof of what I have maintained for years, and have been excoriated and vilified for doing so: that President Bill Clinton made another catastrophic mistake backing the Muslims in the Bosnian war. Like President Carter backing the Ayatollah Khomeini against the pro-American Shah, the consequences of aiding and abetting Islamic movements are catastrophic. And the life path of Zulfi Hoxha is more evidence of that fact.

I continue to take heat for my support of the Serbs (Christians) in Clinton’s Bosnian misadventure. But it is increasingly clear that I have been right all along: we were on the wrong side in that war, and the consequences of Clinton’s perfidy will continue to reverberate in that region and — as Zulfi Hoxha shows — around the world.

“A New American Leader Rises in ISIS,” by Seamus Hughes, Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens, and Bennett Clifford, The Atlantic, January 13, 2018 (thanks to C.):

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