The friendly Mullah’s in Allah land have mentioned various methods they want to use to wage their jihad on the west: spread diseases, poison our drinking water, plant bombs, lawfare to pervert our laws and justice, exploiting the welfare system to weaken the social structure and so forth. Seven Muslims are trespassing at Quabbin Reservoir, one of the country’s largest man-made public water supplies, in Massachusetts for their “education and career interest”.
Time to start deporting practicing Muslims now, or how much longer will we play these games?
[JihadWatch] They “cited their education and career interests” as their reason for being there. So it was a field trip, you see. A routine after-midnight field trip. What’s the big deal? “7 Caught Trespassing At Quabbin Reservoir; Patrols Stepped Up Across State,” from CBS Boston, May 14:
BELCHERTOWN (CBS) – Shortly after midnight Tuesday, seven people were caught trespassing at the Quabbin Reservoir.
State Police say the five men and two women are from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore, and “cited their education and career interests” for being in the area. The men told police they were chemical engineers and recent college graduates.
The Quabbin, in Belchertown, is one of the country’s largest man-made public water supplies. Boston’s drinking water comes from the Quabbin and the Wachusett Reservoirs.
State Police say there were no warrants or advisories on any of the individuals and “there was no evidence that the seven were committing any crime beyond the trespassing.”
All seven were allowed to leave and will be summonsed to court for trespassing. The FBI is investigating and routine checks of public water supplies have been increased following the incident….
TheMuslimIssue: A 2006 report from the UPMC Center for Health Security state:
Recent threats to the U.S. water supply have been documented. In January 2001, the FBI warned U.S. water utilities of a threat from a “very credible, well funded, North Africa-based terrorist group” to “disrupt water operations in 28 U.S. cities.”9
In July 2002, following the acquisition of Al Qaeda documents that included detailed maps of several U.S. public water systems, the FBI warned of possible terrorist attacks against American targets and specifically advised the nation’s water utilities to prepare for attacks on pumping stations and pipes that deliver water to consumers.10
In 2003, when the national alert status was elevated to “high risk,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and EPA issued a health advisory via the CDC’s Health Alert Network (HAN) that recommended increased vigilance by the public health community and water utilities regarding the possibility of a terrorist attack on water supplies.11
Later, in 2004, the FBI and DHS issued a four-page bulletin to law enforcement agencies and water utilities that detailed a plot by unnamed terrorists to inject poison into the water supply during chlorination. The bulletin suggested that terrorists were interested in recruiting water utility insiders to carry out the plot.12
There have been additional threats to the water supply that have not received widespread media attention.
A 2003 report commissioned by the American Water Works Association Research Foundation queried water utilities, government agencies, and established terrorism incident databases and found more than 100 cases of actual, threatened, and disrupted plots to contaminate water supplies. Of those cases, 20 incidents involved actual contamination events, more than half of which occurred in modern water supplies with pressurized pipe distribution.13
- Jesperson K. Are water systems a terrorist target? On Tap Magazine [Morgantown, WV: National Drinking Water Clearing House (NDWC)]. Available at: http://www.nesc.wvu.edu/ndwc/articles/OT/WI02/WaterSys_TerrTarget.html. Accessed March 30, 2006.
- Cameron C. Feds arrest Al Qaeda suspects with plans to poison water supplies. Fox News July 30, 2002. Available at: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,59055,00.html. Accessed March 31, 2006.
- Meinhardt PL. Water and bioterrorism: preparing for the potential threat to U.S. water supplies and public health. Annu Rev Public Health 2005;26:213–237.
- Kalil JM, Berns D. Drinking supply: terrorists had eyes on water. Las Vegas Review-Journal August 12, 2004.
- Khan AS, Swerdlow DL, Juranek DD. Precautions against biological and chemical terrorism directed at food and water supplies. Public Health Rep 2001;116(1):3–14.
- Luthy RG. Bioterrorism and water security. Environ Sci Technol 2002;36(7):123A.
- Burrows WD, Renner SE. Biological warfare agents as threats to potable water. Environ Health Perspect 1999;107(12):975–984.
- Terrorism: Are America’s Water Resources and Environment at Risk? Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, U.S. House of Representatives (testimony of JP Sullivan) (October 10, 2001). Available at: http://www.house.gov/transportation/water/10-10-01/sullivan.html. Accessed November 12, 2003.
- National Research Council. Making the Nation Safer: The Role of Science and Technology in Countering Terrorism. Washington, DC: National Academies Press; 2002.
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of the Inspector General. EPA Needs to Assess the Quality of Vulnerability Assessments Related to the Security of the Nation’s Water Supply. Report No. 2003-M-0013. Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; September 24, 2003. Available at: http://www.epa.gov/oig/reports/2003/Report2003M000013.pdf. Accessed May 26, 2005.
- American Water Works Association. Protecting Our Water: Drinking Water Security in America After 9/11. Denver: American Water Works Association; July 2003. Available at: http://www.awwa.org/communications/journal/2003/July/news/0703security.pdf. Accessed March 27, 2006.
- Canada: Third [Muslim] suspect related to alleged VIA Rail terror plan discussed bacteria plot to kill ‘100,000 people’: documents
- USA: FOX Business: Pamela Geller on the Threat to Our Nation’s Water Supply
- Spain: Terror Suspect Plotted To Poison Spanish Tourist Water Supply
- USA: The Biological Threat to U.S. Water Supplies: Toward a National Water Security Policy