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Zachary Adam Chess (Photo: FOXNews)

The first time I saw and heard Younus Abdullah Muhammad I thought, “That guy is Jewish.”  I’ve lived in New York city and Los Angeles, and I’ve spent a significant amount of time around Jewish people on both coasts.  My best female friends for the past two decades have almost all been Jewish, one of whom was an ultra-orthodox escapee from Brooklyn who was one of the smartest and most ethical and caring individuals I have ever met. Unfortunately, she passed away, leaving me bereft and verklempt.

In the meantime, it turns out that I was correct and that a number of the vicious and hateful Revolution Muslims who so brazenly threatened the South Park crew are Jewish converts to Islam. Now, we may rightly smell a psy-op here, especially when we keep seeing the strange contention that at least two insane and violent Jewish converts to Islam were previously brainwashed by death metal/Satanic music. The first would be the infamous Adam Gadahn, whose grandfather was allegedly a member of the Anti-Defamation League, and the second is one of the members of the Revolution Muslim cult. Regarding Abu Talhah Al-Amrikee, aka Zachary Adam Chesser, FOXNews relates:

“He was definitely sort of weird,” the classmate told “He was very into violent industrial music, borderline Satanic bands and stuff like that. He had dark undertones in his interests.”

Along with Gadahn and Britain’s Anjem Choudary, this 20-year-old kid and his other Revolution Jewish convert buddies are such perfect caricatures of Muslim terrorists that we have to wonder who is really behind them. Of course, they could just be brainwashed by Shaikh Abdullah Faisal, who undoubtedly represents a real branch of historical Islam in his “radical” views. In any event, we have to thank these individuals for spilling the beans about what many of their supposed fellow religionists have thought, felt, intended, planned and executed for the past 1,400 years.

As one might expect, the Islamist propaganda group CAIR was already expressing their concerns that this group was a “set up,” although they apparently didn’t point any specific fingers based on a number of its members previous religion, i.e., Judaism:

Ibrahim Hooper, a spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, characterized Revolution Muslim as a loosely-organized group with such outrageous beliefs he believes it may be a “setup” to smear Islam.

“They say wild and irresponsible things periodically,” Hooper told “There’s a strong suspicion that they’re merely a setup to make Muslims and Islam look bad. They say such wild and crazy things that you have to wonder.”

Naturally, some might respond that pure Islam on its face doesn’t need anyone to make it look bad, as it does that all by itself. What is amusing is the thought of CAIR having its hands full in battling another sect of its cult that is actually quite orthodox in its beliefs and doctrines, being almost straight out of Islamic history.