June 20, 2014

USA: The Texan Jihadis: FBI Arrest Recruiter Who Allegedly Boasted Of Contacts With British Terrorists Fighting In Somalia As A Second US Citizen Detained En-Route To Join ISIS In Syria

These Muslim Brotherhood Islamist militants have been flocking to Syria and Iraq from all over the world as soon as the Islamist global caliphate signal was made. Even from the United States. As if they were all waiting to take off their fake peaceful religion mask. Now the world can see who they really are and how they intend to spread Islamic Supremacy worldwide. The global call Islamic came from Bergdahl's father at the White House standing next to a smiling President Obama.

From Saudi Wahhabi Islam
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The History of the Muslim Brotherhood is the key to understanding today's Islamic war against the West, Infidels worldwide and Muslims who don't practice Islamic Sharia Law. The Muslim Brotherhood uses Islamist militants to overthrow poor, vulnerable, corrupt countries, slaughter all non-Muslims (mostly Christians) who refuse to submit to Islam and then impose Islamic Sharia Law on the nation. The Muslim Brotherhood operates differently in the West, which includes European nations and the United States. They use our legal system to accommodate (impose) Islamic Sharia Law by either putting Muslim Brotherhood people in political office or sue businesses. 
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The Imam interviewed is only sad because the Jihadists were caught. The Imam didn't condemn what the two Jihadist were on mission to do.

The Daily Mail, UK
written by Darren Boyle
Thursday June 19, 2014

FBI counter terrorism agents have arrested two men in Texas following long running surveillance operations.

The men, Rahatul Ashikim Khan, and Michael Todd Wolfe are both expected to appear in court in Texas tomorrow. They face up to 15 years in prison if convicted of supporting terrorism.

The FBI said that Khan, 23, allegedly tried to recruit an FBI confidential human source to travel to Somalia to join al-Shabaab, while Wolfe, also 23, wanted to move to Syria to join ISIS.

Wolfe was arrested trying to board a plane in Houston with his wife and two children to Toronto, before continuing to Iceland and then Denmark where he planned to meet an undercover FBI agent.

According to court documents, Khan was arrested after a major operation by FBI Special Agent Jason Cromartie.

According to documents filed by agent Cromartie, Khan used several aliases on an internet chatroom featuring the sermons and lectures of former Brixton imam Sheikh Abdullah Ibrahim Al-Faisal, who was deported to his native Jamaica after serving four years of a seven year jail term for soliciting the murder of Jews, Hindus and Christians.

Special Agent Cromartie said: 'In or about March through May of 2011, Khan discussed guns, training, the war against Islam, his preparations for the Third World War, shooting, and getting the youth interested in jihad.'

The FBI believe that Khan was involved with the internet chat room administrator who wanted the Bangledishi born US citizen to find people he trusted.

The group used 'an elaborate communication method' to ensure that 'the kuffar' (infidels/disbelievers) could not read their correspondence.

Special Agent Cromartie said that another individual, Co-Conspirator #2 was 'a contact for "brothers" from the UK going to Somalia'.

Co-Conspirator #2, who has not been indicted, told the undercover FBI source that 'they have brothers from the UK that would guide' him.

The source was told that he would have to undergo 'training' although he 'would not have to go to the UK, since the brothers are already in the field in "Mog".

According to Special Agent Cromartie, Khan even admitted 'he was interested in participating in jihad in the future and that he could not wait to spill blood.

'Khan said that he was actively searching for recruits for Co-Conspirator #1 and he was the only person he knew of doing this.

'Khan talked about an individual in the UK, who Khan had passed to Co-Conspirator #1.'

Special Agent Cromartie said Khan had expressed a willingness to join al-Shabaab and wanted to know of 'others who might be good potential recruits'.

Meanwhile, the second suspect Woolfe, also known as Faruq, is accused of attempting to 'provide material support and resources to terrorists, including but not limited to personnel, including himself, knowing or intending that they be used in preparation for, or in carrying out, a crime of terrorism, including conspircy to kill, kidnap, maim or injure persons and damage property in a foreign country.

Woolfe, who was born in Houston and his wife Jordan Nicole Furr wanted to move to a Muslim country with their two children.

Mrs Woolfe told an undercover FBI agent that she 'wanted to support her husband's goal of travelling to perform a violent form of jihad'.

Mrs Wolfe admitted they wanted to move to an area under sharia control.

Wolfe told a second undercover FBI agent that the hardest part of planning a jihad trip to Somalia and Syria 'was finding the right contact'.

According to court documents: 'Wolfe indicated that he had learned that al Qaeda in Syria was training brothers from other countries (foreign fighters) and then sending those fighters back from Syria to their home countries to conduct terror attacks.

Wolfe said he initially planned to join the al Nusrah Front but instead wanted to join ISIS.

According to court documents: 'Wolfe stated that he had been researching the situation in Syria and he had seen the two groups make statements against each other.

'Wolfe indicated he still wanted to go for jihad, but did not want to get caught in the in-fighting between the two groups, which had nothing to do with his agenda.'

He told an undercover FBI agent that he and his wife were expected a tax refund of $5,000, some of which, it was implied, would be used to fund his jihad trip.

The 23-year-old suspect admitted to the agent that he was trying to earn some extra money by volunteering for a medical experiment'.

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