Not that this has anything to do with…
One might think that the authorities who constantly lie to us about jihad activity and its underlying motivations would be embarrassed by stories like these, and that one of them would break ranks and start telling the truth. One would think wrong.
“New York bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami said he received instructions from ‘terrorist leaders… to attack non-believers,'” by Barney Henderson, Telegraph, September 21, 2016:
The New York bombing suspect said that he had received instructions from “terrorist leaders… to attack non-believers where they live”, as he was charged on Tuesday night with the use of weapons of mass destruction.
Ahmad Khan Rahami’s journal revealed that he accused the US of slaughtering Islamist fighters in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and the Palestinian territories.
The document ends: “The sounds of the bombs will be heard in the streets. Gun shots to your police. Death To Your OPPRESSION.”
Rahami was on Tuesday night charged by federal prosecutors with four counts, including the use of weapons of mass destruction and bombing a public place.
His wife, Asia Bibi Rahami, left the United States shortly before Saturday’s attacks and was stopped in the United Arab Emirates, US media reported. She is cooperating with investigators, a US official told CNN, and has not been accused of any wrongdoing.
The number of wounded in Saturday night’s bomb attack in Manhattan was revised up from 29 to 31 and included a Briton. A second bomb nearby did not detonate and there were two further unsuccessful attempted bombings in New Jersey on Saturday and Sunday.
Officials said they believed Rahami had bought ingredients for the bombs on eBay.
According to the court complaint, Rahami’s journal included a passage that said: “You [USA Government] continue your [unintelligible] slaught[er]” against the mujahideen, or holy warriors, “be it Afghanistan, Iraq, Sham [Syria], Palestine … ”
Another portion expressed concern at the prospect of being caught before being able to carry out a suicide attack and the desire to be a martyr, the complaint said.
It added that another part included a reference, on a page that is largely unintelligible, to “pipe bombs” and a “pressure-cooker bomb”, and declared: “In the streets they plan to run a mile.”…