Six Bosnian individuals from St. Louis; Rockford, Illinois; and Utica, New York, were arrested and charged last month for providing ISIS with thousands of dollars, along with firearms accessories, camouflage clothing, and more military equipment.
However, only late last week it was revealed that one of those terrorists, Nihad Rosic, was arrested in Plainfield, Indiana, which is just outside the capital city Indianapolis. At first, people were wondering why the man was in Indiana.
It didn’t take long for more truth to be revealed. Plainfield is the headquarters of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), which is one of the most dangerous and terror-tied Islamic organizations in American history.
According to PJ Media, ISNA’s ties to terrorism go back even before its founding in the early 1980s when the organization was operating in the Indianapolis area as a mix of Muslim Brotherhood front organizations, including the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT), the Islamic Teaching Center (ITC) and the Muslim Student Association (MSA).
Two of the visitors to the area in those early days included Al-Qaeda founder Abdullah Azzam and his protege, Osama bin Laden. Bin Laden’s first wife, Najwa, even admitted in her book that when their family visited the U.S. for 2 weeks in 1979, they stopped in Los Angeles and Indianapolis.
From the start, ISNA was a hub for international Islamic terrorists, including Al-Qaeda financier and a top funder of Al-Qaeda, Abdurahman Alamoudi, who started ISNA’s political action committee in November 1988 and who was convicted in 2004 for his role in an international assassination plot targeting then-Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah.
However, even if Rosic was in Plainfield meeting with ISNA officials, it is highly unlikely that the Justice Department would ever admit to it since ISNA has been openly embraced by the White House and Obama since the early days of the Bush administration.