First, a line of distinction: Though the San Bernardino attacks were billed by the media as the most deadly Islamic terror attack since 9/11 with 14 dead and 22 wounded, it is not. The Fort Hood shootings left 14 dead and 32 wounded but because one of the deaths was an unborn child, the official death toll is only 13.
It’s now been revealed that Enrique Marquez, the friend of the San Bernardino Muslim jihadists Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik, claims he was inspired by none other than Anwar al-Awlaki, the same Muslim cleric said to have inspired Fort Hood jihadist Nidal Malik Hasan. That ties al-Awlaki to the two most deadly Islamic terror attacks since 9/11.
At about the same time as he was checking out al-Awlaki, Marquez took interest in another Islamic scholar named Imran Hosein, whose website is currently down,  though it’s still accessible via Wayback Machine.  That scholar’s YouTube page  is also home to a newly uploaded video about Islamophobia.
Via the Daily Mail: 
A friend of San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook who purchased two rifles used in the deadly shooting has been charged with conspiring to carry out further horrific attacks…
…In or around 2009, Farook told Marquez he wanted to join the United States Armed Forces, insisting he was disgruntled with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and voiced concern over ‘non-contentious objectors’.
Farook also expressed his anger towards Muslims in the military who killed other Muslims after Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan killed 13 people and injured 30 others at Fort Hood in November 2009.
In 2010, Marquez listened to ‘The Hereafter’ – a series of lectures by al-Awlaki – and later on in the year began looking into the ideas of Imran Hosein, an Islamic author and philosopher.
The combination of Hosein and al-Awlaki is an interesting combination for Marquez to have chosen. Al-Awlaki essentially was al-Qaeda. As such, he was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood working toward the return of the Ottoman Empire in Turkey. He was also the Imam of the notorious Dar al-Hijrah mosque in Falls Church, VA.
Conversely, Hosein appears to be a much more conspiracy theorist scholar who is unwilling to embrace the Muslim Brotherhood’s role in Islamic terrorism. Check out this recently uploaded video in which Hosein is interviewed about ‘Islamophobia’ and believes – as the truthers do – that the 9/11 attacks were a ‘false flag’ perpetrated by the Jews and their collaborators:
A quick look at Hosein’s facebook page  reveals someone who is more sympathetic to the black Muslim movement than he is to the Arab one. His videos reveal a similar sentiment. Here is Hosein rightly calling out the Arab Spring as an evil movement. What he fails to do, however, is to pin it on Islam. Instead, he defaults to a grand conspiracy:
The teachings of al-Awlaki, the other Muslim scholar who Marquez followed, seem to be in some opposition to the teachings of Hosein. Ironically, both Hosein and al-Awlaki are/were Muslim but while it’s indisputable that al-Awlaki counseled and met with 9/11 hijackers, Hosein would have you believe it was all a Zionist false flag plot. Al-Awlaki, however, was part of the same Muslim Brotherhood that despised the infidels.
As for Fort Hood and San Bernardino, al-Awlaki appears to have had a hand in both. In fact, al-Awlaki likely had a hand in – or knew about – the 9/11 attacks beforehand. He was the Imam at the Dar al-Hijrah mosque in Falls Church, VA. That mosque was attended by three of the 9/11 hijackers as well as the Fort Hood jihadist Hasan.
If one were honest about following where the al-Awlaki leads go, they will find themselves at Dar al-Hijrah. That mosque isn’t just home to several terrorists; it is also home to leaders who’ve had access  to very powerful politicians. Those politicians include Bill and Hillary Clinton. In fact, while al-Awlaki was the Imam at Dar al-Hijrah, the chairman of the mosque was a very powerful man named Bassam Estwani.
Estwani is a man who has flown under the radar for years. Indications are that he is currently residing in Turkey.
Dar al-Hijrah is so rife with terrorist connections that there is absolutely no way Estwani was not or is not privy to them. So why does he remain unscathed? The answer is that he has played the political game very well. In the process, he has dirtied up some very significant politicians who would rather remain dirty and hidden than be exposed to sunlight. As a result, Estwani has remained untouchable.
The reality is that if al-Awlaki is tied to the three largest Islamic terror attacks in U.S. history since 2001 – to include the 9/11 attacks – Dar al-Hijrah should catapult skyward on the entities of interest scale.
Yet, it does not.
Could it be that Bill and Hillary Clinton’s coziness with Muslim Brotherhood jihadists have prevented that interest?