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‘Proud Savage’ Mona Eltahawy suspects entrapment in Fed Reserve bomb plot!/monaeltahawy/status/258670236167970816

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Mona Eltahawy, who proudly vandalizes pro-Israel subway ads when she’s not appearing on CNN and MSNBC, wasted no time today suggesting that the arrest of a man suspected of attempting to blow up the Federal Reserve Bank in New York was “another” case of FBI entrapment.

As Twitchy reported, 21-year-old Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis is accused of parking a van filled with the fake explosives — which were provided by an undercover FBI agent — outside of the Liberty Street building and then trying to detonate them using a cell phone. Nafis claimed allegiance to al Qaeda and told the agent that he was inspired by Osama bin Laden in his choice of target.

Eltahawy spent a night in jail (and drew praise from the Muslim Brotherhood) after spray-painting over one of these posters on display in the New York subway:

She later explained she was only layering her freedom of expression over someone else’s freedom of expression, and asked another D.C.-area Occupy group to send her video of any vandalism to posters in the Washington Metro.

Eltahawy’s followers like the sound of her theory.

@monaeltahawy Wording it as a sting operation certainly makes it seem that way.

— Erin jade Bruns (@beansandbs) October 17, 2012

@monaeltahawy sounds suspiciously like it. Police etc cd never get away with it in uk

— Alexander Wallace (@a_e_wallace) October 17, 2012

We’ve seen so many other entrapments here in US @a_e_wallace: sounds suspiciously like it. Police etc cd never get away with it in uk

— Mona Eltahawy (@monaeltahawy) October 17, 2012

We’re not sure to which “entrapments” Eltahawy is referring, but we’re reminded of the recent attempt by members of Occupy Cleveland to blow up a bridge in Ohio. An FBI informant supplied the men with fake explosives, which they planted on the Route 82 bridge and attempted to detonate with a cell phone. The men initially had planned to argue entrapment but ultimately pleaded guilty.

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