ISIS in America: "It is my dream to be-head someone."
Published: 06 February 2016
Good Morning Kids. Welcome to the first of many Blogs "ISIS in America". Factual Reporting of Terrorism in our Country. White, Christian, Agnostic, Islamic...if it seeks to destroy the very Fabric of America, I'll share it with you here. Just look for the Meme below. I will always site where the story is sourced. We must be vigilant My Grandchildren Deserve to feel safe. I Pray...GOD Bless America...but after all, why would HE? We have eliminated HIM from our children Ears & Hearts in our GOVT. Schools. We have told HIM to go away in our Courts... HIS WORD & Morals have no place in our America. HIS Sons Birthday has been destroyed by GREED and Disrespect. Have we asked forgiveness? I am... "Papa, forgive my fellow Americans...for they know not what they Do." Amen Here is The First entry into this series called "ISIS in America." Thanks @Beth Dalbey from The WDM Patch.
..............................“It is my dream to behead someone,”
DEARBORN, MI – A Dearborn Heights man is in custody after the FBI intercepted a credible threat to attack a Detroit Church in the name of ISIS, authorities said.
Jill Washburn, a spokeswoman for the Detroit field office of the FBI, told West Des Moines Patch that Kahlil Abu-Rayyan “had it in his mind he was going to shoot up a church and bought a weapon and ammunition.”
Abu-Rayyan had been on an FBI watch list since May, according to an affidavit filed in U.S. District Court (see below).
The FBI was investigating him on drug and firearms violations, but in the course of monitoring his social media accounts, found re-tweets of ISIS propaganda that included videos showing a Jordanian fighter pilot being burned alive, the beheading of Christians in Egypt and men being thrown from high-rise buildings as a means of execution. Abu-Rayyan reportedly told an undercover FBI agent in December that he had an AK-47 machine gun and “tried to shoot up a church” and that he “had it planned out,” but his father discovered the arsenal and confronted him, according to the affidavit.
“I bought a bunch of bullets,” Abu-Rayyan said, according to the affidavit. “I practiced a lot with it. I practiced reloading and unloading. ….”
The complaint also alleges that Abu-Rayyan said carrying out the attack would be “easy” and that “a lot of people go” to the church, which authorities didn’t name, but said would accommodate up to 6,000 people. According to the affidavit, he went on to say: “Plus people are not allowed to carry guns in church. Plus it would make the news. Everybody would’ve heard. Honestly I regret not doing it. (If I) can’t go do jihad at the Middle East, I would do my jihad over here.”
Abu-Rayyan was arrested on the drug and firearms charges in October 2015. His trial on the concealed weapons charge is set for Feb. 16, and he previously pleaded guilty to marijuana possession.
The government alleges that while in custody, Abu-Rayyan allegedly threatened to kill the officer who had arrested him in a “martyrdom operation” and that he “would gladly behead people if I needed to.”
“It is my dream to behead someone,” he said, according to the affidavit.