FBI PAYS TRIBUTE TO Syed Rizwan Farook And Tashfeen Malik: COMEY Gives Full Honor By Guarding Bodies To Ensure Muslim Terrorists Get Peaceful Muslim Burial!!!


Truly pathetic - the FBI guards the bodies of two dead terrorist making the rash judgment (which is a sin) that the whites are gonna riot.

The FBI has blood on its hands of 14 dead Americans - Murdered by the very Muslims the FBI pays its respects to.

Let me guess - a handful of chosen MUSLIM FBI agents were sent to the grave side of the two terrorists to pay their respects and show the Muslim community that the FBI is on their side - you see it was all a misunderstanding, the FBI really is sorry for calling the criminal act an act of terrorism. The FBI did their best to spin it as work place violence but public pressure made the FBI acknowledge the truth and of course that truth hurts the Muslim community.

To make amends the FBI Director Comey handpicked his best MUSLIM FBI agents to pay their respects.

The sin of Roman Catholic Comey is called Human Respect. 

Product Of The New Evangelization

Question for the Catholic Comey - did you attend any of the five Catholic funerals for the slain Roman Catholic victims of the Muslim terrorist attack?

Comey is on a wrong way trajectory and because of his respect for Islam many more Roman Catholics will probably die at the hands of Muslim terrorist.

Maybe Comey doesn't know this, but the Muslims sure do - this is the Season of Advent and Christmas is next Friday and on Fridays Muslims attend Mosques and then go out and kill the infidels who do not attend Friday Mosques prayers - infidels like Roman Catholics who are attending Christmas Mass.

If there is a blood bath here in America on Christmas day with several dead Catholics murdered by Muslims - blame it all on Comey and his Muslim FBI agents.

Here is the news on the FBI paying last respects to Muslim Terrorists:
Exclusive: San Bernardino shooters buried in quiet funeral following Islamic rituals 
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, who opened fire on a San Bernardino holiday party earlier this month, were buried Tuesday in a quiet, graveside funeral guarded by FBI agents. 
Many of those who attended mosque with the couple refused to attend, two mosque members said. 
U.S.-born Farook, 28, and his Pakistani-born wife Malik, 29, killed 14 people and injured 21, in what U.S. officials have called a terrorist attack. They died later that day in a gun battle with police. 
The funeral followed traditional Islamic rituals, said an attendee. At a Muslim cemetery hours away from San Bernardino, the bodies were cleansed according to Islamic rules, wrapped in white cloth and buried. 
The funeral attendee and another person familiar with the situation, both of whom asked not to be identified for fear of retaliation, said it took a week to find a graveyard willing to accept the bodies. 
They said the husband and wife were ultimately buried in a cemetery far from San Bernardino, after a closer facility refused to take the bodies because of fears the graves would be desecrated. Neither person would identify the cemetery where the couple was buried. 
Muslims are usually buried within 24 hours of dying, but family members and community members had to wait for the bodies to be released by law enforcement officials and then for permission from a cemetery. 
Neither source would say which cemetery refused to bury the couple, but a woman at the Islamic Cemetery & Masjid in Adelanto, Calif. – less than an hour from San Bernardino – confirmed the cemetery had refused to bury the bodies, in part out of a fear of backlash, but also for “other reasons". She declined to give her name. 
The family of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of the two men accused of carrying out the Boston Marathon bombing attack in 2013, faced similar difficulty finding a place to bury his body after the attack. Graveyards in Massachusetts refused to accept the body, and the family ultimately buried him in an unmarked grave in Virginia. 
About 10 people went to the funeral, the attendee said, including members of Farook's family and people who used to pray with him at mosques in San Bernardino County. 
But most Muslims in the community refused to participate in the burial or perform the funeral prayer, called Salat Al-Janazah, according to the source who did not attend the funeral. 
"I don't forgive him myself," said the mosque-goer who did not attend the funeral. Still, he added, "I pray mercy for him, and we Muslims know God is merciful. But he's also just." 
Farook and Malik left behind a 6-month-old daughter, who has been in state custody since the Dec. 2 massacre. Farook's sister and brother-in-law, Saira and Farhan Khan, have said they hope to adopt their niece.

An attorney for family members did not immediately return a call seeking comment for this story. Yahoo Read More>>>>>



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