“According to the plea agreement, Sayyed told people he wanted to attack police stations or the Redstone Arsenal military installation in Huntsville.”
These jihadis aren’t always going to be caught before they succeed in carrying out their jihad massacre. The Islamic State (ISIS) continues to inspire some Muslims, even in the United States, to try to kill unbelievers in the name of Islam. There is going to be more jihad murder in the U.S., even as the mainstream media is consumed with finding incidences of “islamophobia.”
Justice Desmond Fagan made the comments while sentencing Tamim Khaja, 20, who pleaded guilty in October to planning and preparing a terrorist attack two years ago.
When officers arrived at her home in the 10600 block of Holly Drive, she showed them excerpts from her grandson’s journal and also told officers that the teen had a rifle stored in his guitar case, police said in a news statement released Wednesday morning.
Thank you, Grandma.
Mohamed Elshinawy pleaded guilty to charges of supporting ISIS and making false statements back in August 2017.
Federal prosecutors say Elshinawy was also looking to target federal buildings in Baltimore.
A Somali migrant and Dutch national living in the UK discussed killing Her Majesty The Queen with a fellow Islamic State jihadist supporter, a court has heard.
Aweys Shikhey also allegedly fanaticised about shooting Jewish people near his home in London and attacking Tottenham Hotspur football club with Kenya-based Somalian Abdirahman Idrissa Hassan in conversations dating back to May 31st, 2016.
Facebook failed to shut down the account of a bisexual neo-Nazi who planned to carry out a machete attack on a gay pride event at a pub, it has emerged.
Ethan Stables, 20, was on Monday convicted of a terror offence after announcing online that he was “going to war” and intended to “slaughter every single one of the gay bastards” at the New Empire in Barrow, Cumbria.
Court filings released ahead of the sentencing of Saleh and Mumuni next month show that they had received instructions on how to build a pressure cooker bomb from an English ISIS operative, and that the pair’s targets included the Statue of Liberty and Times Square.
An Austrian teenager has been charged on several terror-related counts, including inciting and instructing a 12-year-old German-Iraqi boy to carry out an attack on a Christmas market, Austrian press agency APA reported Sunday.
She will never be able to connect the dots.
The device was sent to a pharmacy in the city south-west of Berlin, leading to the evacuation of the nearby market.
The arrests, described as “significant”, took place on Tuesday afternoon, the first in north London and the second in Birmingham. The alleged plot is believed to have been inspired by Islamic State propaganda and one of the more serious seen this year, investigators believe.
‘Operation San Jose’ resulted in the arrest of the Muslim terrorist, who was involved in undertaking preparations for planning a terrorist act in Melbourne on New Year’s Eve this year.
Details of the strategy officials are calling “Contest 3.0” will be made public early next year, a minister announced while revealing that yet another plot has been foiled.
The Syrian men were arrested during raids involving 500 officers in the towns of Kassel, Hannover, Essen and Leipzig.
German media reports the suspects were planning a co-ordinated attack on a Christmas market in the country’s north west using weapons and explosives.
The girl, one of the youngest suspects ever arrested in a terrorism investigation, was detained in the south of the capital today.
Detectives are continuing to question her as part of an ongoing investigation, the Met Police said today.