I think the threat from el Shukrijumah must be taken seriously, even though on its face some of the assertions seem a bit outlandish--e.g., we won't be able to identify the bad guys because they will all have American names. So what? We will still be able to identify these scum. After the embarrassment suffered by the CIA, FBI and NSA, especially, resulting from their incompetent blundering which allowed the 9/11 attack to occur, you can be sure these bureaucrats have finally gotten their dead asses in gear and are watching and tracking anything and everything that even faintly resembles someone of middle eastern descent. Our government knows they cannot afford any more fumbling stupidity--one more of these and they will all be out of jobs. As for the ragheads, it won't matter what American names they may have assumed. I would bet that anybody seen entering or exiting a mosque is already on file and being monitored in some fashion, and there can't be much doubt that el Shukrijumah's parents in Florida are being closely watched.
I find it entirely consistent that this particular terrorist is another Saudi. No wonder the Saudis do such a marvelous job of corrupting our politicians, especially once they're out of office. It's pretty well understood in Washington that, after you establish your "friendly to Saudi interests" bonafides while in office, you are assured of financial rewards when you are no longer in office. This is a scandal of immense proportion, just waiting for someone to focus the right kind of bright light on it, rather than the periodic brief references and mentions it has been previously accorded.
Particularly interesting is the mention of this traitor, Adnan, having smuggled "deadly materials" into America through Mexico. This will surprise nobody. If there is another attack inside our borders and this assertion is proven, I will be in the first wave of citizens demanding impeachment, and urging removal from office, by force if necessary, of each and every politician and bureaucrat in Washington who bears even the slightest responsibility for that second attack due to their inexcusable failure to secure our borders. Despite the lessons that ought to have been learned from 9/11, here we are over five years later with borders that are just as vulnerable today as they were then. There is no excuse for this--absolutely none.
Dawood's assertions may or may not be credible. They may in fact be nothing more than bluster, intended to instill fear and uncertainty in Americans. But those assertions cannot be ignored, and the fools in Washington know they dare not dismiss them out of hand. With their sense of political survival having now been finely tuned, and recognizing there will be no chance of another cover-our-asses phony commission to rescue them, I believe Dawood/Adnan's assertions, empty terrorist bravado or not, are being carefully checked out.