Fort Lauderdale Airport terrorist Esteban Santiago registered on
MySpace under the name â€śAashiq Hammadâ€ť and recorded Islamic religious
music on the site, 3 years before he ever deployed to Iraq as a U.S.
soldier, destroying the lying mainstream mediaâ€™s narrative that he was
just a mentally disturbed veteran and that â€śIslam had nothing to do
Hereâ€™s how we know all that:
A search of public records database Nexis reveals that Puerto Rican
Esteban Santiago has a brother named Bryan Santiago and two e-mails
registered to his name:
The second e-mail, â€śxxxâ€ť, is how GotNews
exclusively visually identified Santiago before every mainstream media
outlet and discovered he was posting on an explosives/weapons forum
about mass-downloading Islamic terrorist propaganda videos in 2007
Today, we discovered the first e-mail, â€śxxxâ€ť, in the
MySpace database that was leaked earlier this year. This is the raw
The middle entry â€śaashiqhammadâ€ť can be added to the MySpace URL to
discover the profile that was registered to the e-mail address
Sure enough, Esteban Santiago registered a MySpace account under
the name â€śAashiq Hammadâ€ť:
â€śAashiq Hammadâ€ť lists Penuelas, Puerto Rico as his location, just
like Esteban Santiagoâ€™s records in Nexis.
And take a look at the three songs recorded by â€śAashiq Hammad.â€ť The
first one is titled â€śLa ilaha illAllahâ€ť, which is Arabic for â€śThere is
no God but Allah,â€ť and the first half of the Muslim declaration of
faith, the Shahadah:
If the location and e-mail werenâ€™t enough proof, â€śAashiq Hammadâ€ť
also has Bryan Santiago â€” Estebanâ€™s brother â€” as a connection:
The song â€śLa ilaha illAllahâ€ť by â€śaashiqâ€ť is indeed just an Arabic
recitation of the Muslim declaration of faith â€śThere is no God but
Allah, and Muhammad is his messenger.â€ť
â€śIntentionalâ€ť recitation of the Shahadah is generally considered
sufficient to convert to Islam. Listen to that song. It sure sounds
like Esteban Santiago was â€śintentionalâ€ť about what he was saying!
And the best part?
That song was recorded in 2007, 3 years before Esteban Santiago
went to Iraq as a U.S. soldier in 2010, destroying the lying
mainstream mediaâ€™s narrative that he was a â€śmentally disturbed
veteranâ€ť, although even they admit Santiago went into an FBI office in
2015 and told agents he was being forced to watch ISIS videos by
voices in his head (or something).
2007 was also the year that â€śNaota33â€ť was posting on an
explosives/weapons forum about mass-downloading Islamic propaganda
videos, as GotNews exclusively revealed yesterday.
Santiago was definitely mentally disturbed, but if he was calling
himself â€śAashiq Hammadâ€ť, recording Islamic religious music online, and
downloading Islamic terrorist propaganda all in 2007, 3 years before
his first deployment to Iraq, what do you really think is the root