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Feds arrest 2 refugees on terror charges in California, Texas

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 Cinnamon    14,581

Federal officials said Thursday that two men, including one who came to the U.S. as a Syrian refugee, had been arrested on terrorism-related charges in California and Texas.

A criminal complaint unsealed Thursday accused 23-year-old Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab, of Sacramento, Calif., of traveling to Syria to fight alongside terrorist organizations and lying to government investigators about it.

Almost simultaneously in Houston, federal authorities announced the arrest of Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan, 24, on charges of attempting to provide material support to ISIS, procurement of citizenship or naturalization unlawfully and making false statements to investigators.

The documents did not indicate how the two men are connected.
However, the affidavit says Al-Jayab communicated with an unnamed individual living in Texas in April 2013 to see if he could receive training in various weapons.

Authorities say Al-Jayab, who came to the U.S. from Syria in October 2012, discussed plans to return to Syria and fight alongside terror groups with several other individuals on social media. The complaint says Al-Jayab was living in Wisconsin and Arizona during this period.

Social media and other accounts say that as soon as he arrived in the United States, he began saying he wanted to return to Syria to "work," which the FBI says is believed to be a reference "to assisting in and supporting violent jihad."

Al-Jayab criticized ISIS in several messages for killing Muslims, saying "If it weren't for the State's bloodletting, I would have been the first one to join it", according to the FBI, although he later described fighting alongside the group.


How many more of them are here? 

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 Malevolent    1,972

Maybe America should resort to the same type of "justice" which prevails in their countries of origin?  Prop them up against a wall somewhere in full view of the public and execute them by firing squad (a little more "humane" than what they are used to - like sawing of someone' head with a blunt knife).

Oh and then you'll hear the outcry from all and sundry!  Funny how when the shoe is on the other foot these types normally become crybabies!

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The entire "lesser & greater Jihad" in a nutshell. Mo & his not so merry men were between battles. The men told Mo that they wanted to go home to their wives and enjoy all the booty from Jihad. Mo told them more or less that they needed to fight the lesser jihad - the desire to Stop Fighting and enjoy the fruits of their labor. the lesser jihad was to quit being lazy and  Go To War! 8-) This guy was feeling guilty because a "Real Muslim 'man'" wouldn't want to be out of conflict, he should be all gung-ho.

Anyone who ever tries to say the lesser jihad is just struggle against themselves is leaving out the important part. To fight against your internal urges Not to be a psycho killer for allah, Period.

That idiot who started stabbing people in his college class? They said he'd been picked up, and was having "masculinity issues". (which sounds wrong right off the start, doesn' tit?) My bet some female muslim student told him "A REAL muslim man would DO something about those jeering Kafirs!"

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 YourMom2    1,282
12 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

"making false statements to investigators"

So, even if they are properly vetted then they're still terrorists? Imagine that!

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