Saudi Arabian Muslim Student Raed Al-Saif at Univ. of Tampa Tries To Get On Plane With 7 inch Butcher Knife in His Carry On Bag, the last name “Al-Saif” is linked to Al-Qaeda.
Raed Abduhl-Rahman Al-Saif is a student at the University of Tampa and has been arrested at least twice before in the last 8 months on Felony drug charges in Hillsborough County. SEE ARREST REPORTS CLICK HERE AND HERE AND HERE,
UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA ….STUDENT …………..KENNEDY TAMPA FL
Raed Abduhl-Rahman Alsaif appears to have shaved his Muslim beard before trying to get on theTampa plane he altered his appearance, see his booking photo in October 2008, he tried to get on the plane june 4th 2009 with a Santoku butcher knife. Raed Alsaif was a Graduate of the Islamic Saudi Academy Alexandria, VA Class of 2003.
Sen. Charles E. Schumer questioned whether the Islamic Saudi Academy in Alexandria, Virginia, is another example of radical Islamic madrassas funded by and linked to terrorism here and abroad. Yesterday it was reported that a recent graduate, Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, of the Academy was indicted and convicted on charges of providing material support to terrorists and in conspiring to assassinate the President of the United States. Sen. Schumer immediately called for an investigation into the funding of the Academy by the Justice Department, and is now urging the Saudi Arabian Ambassador, Prince Bandar, to further disclose the nature and funding of the school.
Raed Abduhl-Rahman Alsaif was arrested June 4 as he tried to board US Airways flight 1077 from Tampa to Phoenix and Portland, Ore., according to a criminal complaint. During the screening process, an officer spotted a large chef’s knife in one of Alsaif’s carry on bags, the complaint states. The Santoku knife was concealed between the outside fabric and the expandable pull handles of the bag.
Hey Robert Spencer at Jihad Watch, you old troll, too bad you have no inside info on the Muslim with a knife at TIA trying to get on a plane in Tampa, why don’t you and the Hewlett Harbor Hag do a little research on your own once and a while.