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Military Cipher From Atlanta: Section 8 & The Arrest of Elias Abuelazam


Two news stories took place in Atlanta, Georgia on August 11, 2010 that on the surface appear unrelated: The arrest of Elias Abuelazam, the alleged serial stabber and murder of 5 persons and thousands of people waiting in line for Section 8 Housing vouchers, which was covered by CNN.

The two stories have several elements in common:

  • They both took place in Atalanta, Georgia.
  • They both occurred on the same day, August 11, 2010.
  • Both stories involved Black people or African-Americans. All but two of Abuelazam’s victims were African-American and the majority, if not all seeking vouchers were African-Americans.

The key link in both of these stories however is the coded reference to the military.

The reports of the details involving the multiple stabbings and 5 murders allegedly committed by Abuelazam raises the question of whether or not he had military training.

Fuel is added to the fire with Abuelazam’s apprehension by the authorities, in the same state where a undeteced military term was bantered around in the media.

The media reported that Abuelazam was not an American citizen and is a citizen of Israel.  We have recently learned that Abuelazam is a Christian Arab”, a classification that would not  have prevented him from serving in the Israeli army. It is the policy of the Israeli government to grant exceptions to what they term “minorities”. Those selected to serve form “The Minorities Unit”. Though the chances of this being the case are very small, it nevertheless is possible.  According to Wikipedia:

From among non-Bedouin Arab citizens, the number of volunteers for military service—some Christian Arabs and even a few Muslim Arabs—is minute, and the government makes no special effort to increase it. Six Israeli Arabs have received orders of distinction as a result of their military service; of them the most famous is a Bedouin officer, Lieutenant Colonel Abd el-Majid Hidr (also known as Amos Yarkoni), who received the Order of Distinction. Recently, a Bedouin officer was promoted to the rank of Colonel.”

The question must be asked: Did Abuelazam receive military training of any kind?

Despite his ethnic classification as a “Christian Arab”, it is possible that he was formally involved in the military in some way. There are other means in which Abuelazam could receive military training  such as through Mossad or any related type of agencies.

The event of thousands of people in Atlanta seeking Section 8 housing contains a reference to the military which escapes undetected by many.  Section 8 is not only a term for housing per se, the term is also part of a designated military classification.

In the military Section 8 refers to:

“The term Section 8 refers to a category of discharge from the United States military for reason of being mentally unfit for service. It also came to mean any serviceperson given such a discharge or behaving as if deserving such a discharge. The term comes from Section VIII of the World War II-era United States Army Regulation 615-360, which provided for the discharge of those deemed unfit for military service.”

The term was popularized on the television series “MASH”, with the character Max Klinger played by Jamie Farr who is a Lebanese-American.  Lebanese-Americans are “one of the largest Arab groups in  America” and Farr was raised in the Greek Orthodox  Christian tradition as a child. Hence Farr would be considered at least in his upbringing a “Christian Arab” just as Abuelazam.

The popular culture dimensions with actor Jamie Farr to the “Section 8” connection and Abuelazam are:

  • The term “Section 8” was made popular in the television series “MASH” with the character Max Klinger, played by Jamie Farr. Both Farr and Abuelazam are “Christian Arabs”.
  • Jaime Farr is originally from Toledo, Ohio and Ohio is one of the states Abuelazam committed his acts of terror.

Was Abuelazaam in character acting out his role?

According to Associate Publisher the term has also appeared in other movies and television shows:

The Section 8 has also been referenced in the book (and later movie) Catch-22, in the movies Full Metal Jacket and Jarhead, and in an episode of Family Guy, in which Stewiebriefly parodies the Klinger character. There is also a group of investigators identified as “section 8” in the movie Basic.”

Notice the listing of the book and movie Catch-22 for it connects to the date of August 11, 2010.

August 11, 2010= 8+11+2+0+1+0=22.

 Section 8 is also the name of a military and police supply store “south of Atlanta, Georgia in Jackson, Georgia“.

Section 8 also refers to Article 1 of the U.S. Constitution of which clauses 11-16 specifically address military matters:

“Clause 11: To declare War, grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal, and make Rules concerning Captures on Land and Water;

Clause 12: To raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use shall be for a longer Term than two Years;

Clause 13: To provide and maintain a Navy;

Clause 14: To make Rules for the Government and Regulation of the land and naval Forces;

Clause 15: To provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions;

Clause 16: To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining, the Militia, and for governing such Part of them as may be employed in the Service of the United States, reserving to the States respectively, the Appointment of the Officers, and the Authority of training the Militia according to the discipline prescribed by Congress;”

There are too many connections to Elias Abuelazam and references to the military coded reference of “Section-8” for them to be dismissed as “coincidences” .  Those references are:

  1. Elias Abuelazam’s capture in Atlanta, Georgia on the same day that the news story about the high demand for Section-8 Housing Vouchers.
  2. Elias Abuelazam sharing the same ethnic classification as actor Jamie Farr who popularized the term “Section 8” with his character Max Klinger in the series about a medical unit in the army called “MASH”.
  3. Farr was raised in Toledo, Ohio and Ohio is one of the states where he committed his heinous crimes.
  4. There is a military and police store in Jackson, Georgia which 75 miles away from Atlanta, Georgia named “Section 8”.
  5. The date of his capture on August 11, 2010=8+11+2+0+1+0=22. Section-8 is mentioned in the book and movie Catch-22.

Bobby Hemmitt, Rev.Phil Valentine, Steve Cokely,Dick Gregory and others have always encouraged people to be “original thinkers and to “connect the dots”.   This confluence of events is not mere “coincidence”, there is no such thing!!  Abuelazam supposedly traversed 3 states in committing his twisted acts of violence.  They were Michigan, Virginia and Ohio, with most of the damage completed in Flint, Michigan. 

Why was he in Atlanta on that specific day, when the term “Section 8” was heavily transmitted via the general media? Was he “called” there or did his arrival prompt the broadcasting of the Section 8 Housing voucher  story, to indicate he is “no longer fit for duty” and should be apprehended?

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