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Web recording asks Islamic State followers to wage war 'wherever'

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DAMASCUS, Syria, May 15 (UPI) -- In an audio message posted online Thursday, a voice that may belong to the leader of the terrorist Islamic State in Syria encouraged followers of his group to strike anywhere they can to advance their common cause.

In the message, the voice, perhaps Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, asks recruits worldwide to "fight in his land or wherever that may be."

The tape mentions an event that occurred March 26, CNN reported, which might confirm that al-Baghdadi survived a coalition airstrike in Northern Iraq earlier this year -- an assault that reports said seriously wounded him.

http://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2015/05/15/Web-recording-asks-Islamic-State-followers-to-wage-war-wherever/9551431665887/?spt=sec&or=tn

 
 
 

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/islamic-state/11607096/Isil-leader-Abu-Bakr-al-Baghdadi-issues-call-to-arms-in-audio-message.html

 

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil), appeared to issue a defiant call to arms on Thursday in what would be the jihadist leader’s first audio recording in six months.

“There is no excuse for any Muslim who is capable of [emigrating] to the Islamic State, or capable of carrying a weapon where he is,” the voice, which cannot be verified as Baghdadi’s, said.

Calling Islam a “religion of war”, the voice describes the jihadist path as “obligatory”.

The message seemed intended as a rebuttal to media reports claiming that Baghdadi had been so badly injured in a coalition airstrike that he might never command Isil again.

 

 

 

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I guess we're done for because they are all over.

Terror arrest in Texas shows new stance after Garland
Fri May 15, 2015

The FBI on Thursday arrested an Iraqi-born American citizen in Texas, alleging he traveled to Syria to fight with ISIS terrorists and returned to the U.S.

The case against Bilal Abood is one indication of federal counterterrorism officials' new stance on terrorism cases in light of the recent foiled terrorist attack in Garland, Texas, against a Mohammed cartoon contest event.

Prosecutors charged Abood with lying to the FBI, but the case represents much more. Abood is one of hundreds of people the FBI is monitoring in some way, many of whom investigators suspect could be motivated to carry out attacks but though the evidence remains difficult to assemble.

Abood, who formerly worked as an interpreter for the U.S. Army in Iraq, migrated to the U.S. in 2009.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/05/14/politics/isis-terror-arrest-texas-fbi/

Arrests of ISIS supporters in Minnesota shed light on recruiting, U.S. says
Mon April 20, 2015
A group of six young Minnesota men conspired to sneak into Syria and join ISIS "by any means necessary," federal prosecutors said Monday.

The group of friends, ages 19 to 21, were arrested Sunday.

"What's remarkable about this case was that nothing stopped these defendants from plotting their goal," said U.S. Attorney Andrew M. Luger of the District of Minnesota.

"They were not confused young men. They were not easily influenced. These are focused men who are intent on joining a terrorist organization by any means possible."

Recruiting for the ISIS terrorist network is a particular problem in Minnesota's community of Somali immigrants.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/20/us/fbi-terrorism-probe/

Suspected ISIS terrorist arrested in Jacksonville

Man appears in Jacksonville federal court among 3 arrested in plot to join ISIS
 Feb 25 2015 
 

 30-year-old man who runs kiosks in malls in Orange Park, Savannah and other cities was among three men arrested on charges that they plotted to travel overseas to join the Islamic State, according to federal authorities.

 

Federal prosecutors said Abror Habibov, a 30-year-old Uzbekistan resident who lives in Brooklyn and helped fund the other two suspects, was arrested early Wednesday morning somewhere in Florida. According to the commissioner of the New York Police Department, Habibov was caught in Jacksonville.

News4Jax learned that Habibo appeared in federal court in Jacksonville at 11 a.m. Wednesday. He was appointed a federal public defender and ordered held without bond until his next hearing on March 3.

New ISIS-related arrest confirmed in Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS — Homeland Security is confirming that agents arrested a man near the Indianapolis airport three weeks ago in an alleged ISIS plot.

http://wgntv.com/2015/02/27/new-isis-related-arrest-confirmed-in-indiana/

 

 

 

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Lucy, truly liked this part, Finally someone willing to say it straight out! "They were not confused young men. They were not easily influenced. These are focused men who are intent on joining a terrorist organization by any means possible." :balpk:

 

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Lucy, truly liked this part, Finally someone willing to say it straight out! "They were not confused young men. They were not easily influenced. These are focused men who are intent on joining a terrorist organization by any means possible." :balpk:

 

​It is nice to see people being held accountable for their action instead of hearing "the poor victimized refugees just doesn't understand" routine.
Sadly, it's beginning to look like Americans don't understand what these types of people are capable of.

Preventing a Paris-style attack is, in part, a numbers game. Americans don’t seem to be paying attention.

In 1992, 41 percent of new permanent residents in the United States — green-card holders — hailed from the Asia-Pacific region, the Middle East and North Africa, or sub-Saharan Africa, according to the Pew Research Center. A decade later, the percentage was 53 percent. Over that same period, predictably, the number of Muslim immigrants coming to the United States annually has doubled, from 50,000 to approximately 100,000 each year. In 1992, only 5 percent of Muslim immigrants came from sub-Saharan Africa; 20 years later, it was 16 percent. Of the 2.75 million Muslims in the United States in 2011, 1.7 million were legal permanent residents. There is no official estimate of Muslims in the U.S.; religious affiliation is not tracked by the Census Bureau. However, Pew’s estimate of 2.75 million seems to be on the lower end. The Council on American-Islamic Relations says there are approximately 7 million Muslims in the country. Whatever the exact level, it can hardly be considered surprising that as the Muslim population in the country has expanded, so has the incidence of radicalism.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/411487/troubling-math-muslim-migration-ian-tuttle

Those are just the ones we know about.

http://www.conspiracyoutpost.com/topic/857-dhs-caught-busing-in-illegal-somalis-from-mexican-border/

How did the Somali "asylum seekers" get to Mexico to "sneak" across the border in first place?

 

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