JEW FROM ISRAELI KILLING BLACKS ARRESTED AT ATLANTA AIRPORT
And the truth finally comes out. The person arrested for countless attacks on Blacks in the United States, leaving five dead, and many wounded, was arrested at the Atlanta airport trying to board a plane for Israel. The police and federal agencies were looking for a 'White supremest' or a 'White man' in regards to these killings and stabbings of all the Blacks, trying to insult the White man as usual. But lo and behold... it was a JEW. I wonder if the Southern Poverty Law Center or the A.D.L. in their monthly magazine, are going to run a story of this 33 year old JEW, Elias Abuelazam, a HATER of blacks? Talk about egg on the face of the SPLC and A.D.L. JEW magazines. Jews are not WHITE, they are of Turk/Mongolian blood D.N.A.. The are not of pure White European stock. And the worm turns... Dr. James P. Wickstrom
Suspect tied to serial stabbings an enigma - Authorities probe 18 attacks, 5 deaths in three states since May
FLINT, Mich. — Nearly a day after his arrest in connection with a string of 18 stabbings in three states that left five people dead, an Israeli national suspected in the crimes remains a mystery, and possible motives in the attacks are unclear.
Elias Abuelazam, 33, is charged with assault with intent to murder in a July 27 stabbing in Flint, Mich., officials said Thursday, and he is being investigated in cases in northern Virginia and Ohio.
Leesburg, Va., police are investigating whether Abuelazam was responsible for the March 26, 2009, stabbing death of Jammie Lane, 44, Police Chief Joseph Price said Thursday. "We are going to explore all possible connections," Price said. Abuelazam also had an outstanding arrest warrant related to a "family based assault" in 2007, Price said.
Abuelazam was arrested Wednesday night at a boarding gate at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport shortly before his plane was to take off. Officers seized him after he was paged over the intercom and told to report at a ticket counter.
Passengers on the Delta Air Lines flight that Abuelazam intended to take to Tel Aviv were stunned but said Abuelazam appeared tense at the gate. He was talking to someone on his cell phone "about not being violent and different things like that," passenger Eugene Williams said after the plane landed in Tel Aviv.
Abuelazam's mother, Iyam al-Azzam, told Israel Radio that she talked to her son by phone before he was supposed to board "and he sounded the same as usual, quiet and calm."
She said she was getting ready to pick her son up at the airport when relatives told her he had been arrested. "I do not believe these charges are true," she said. "Elias, my son, is a religious, God-fearing man who always assists anyone who needs help."
August 13, 2010