In Usaama Rahim, the Left's war on the police and the Islamic State's war on cartoonists of Muhammad have come together. No surprise: they were always in service of the same goals.
Usaama Rahim died Tuesday morning in Boston after being shot dead by agents of the Joint Terrorism Task Force. The victim's brother, the prominent moderate imam Ibrahim Rahim, presented the tragic story stoically, with trust in Allah and a request for prayers:
Your prayers are requested:
This morning while at the bus stop in Boston, my youngest brother Usaama Rahim was waiting for the bus to go to his job. He was confronted by three Boston Police officers and subsequently shot in the back three times. He was on was on his cell phone with my dear father during the confrontation needing a witness. His last words to my father who heard the shots were:
I can't breathe!