Doesn’t he know that, as the Ayatollah Khomeini said, “There is no fun in Islam”?
Actually, he has every reason to feel happy: he is on trial for jihad terror activity, but as far as he is concerned, that jihad terror activity was pleasing to Allah, and so he has nothing to worry about at all.
“Bronx man who got ‘terrorist propaganda’ from Chelsea bomber laughs during court appearance,” by Noah Goldberg and Victoria Bekiempis, New York Daily News, January 31, 2018:
The Bronx would-be terrorist who liked to watch gory beheading videos while working out smiled and laughed his way through a court appearance Wednesday.
Sajmir Alimehmeti, 24, sporting a shaved head and mid-length beard, chuckled at times with his lawyer during the hearing — and grinned and waved to the courtroom as he was led away.
Alimehmeti stands accused of attempting to provide material support to ISIS, as well as making a false statement when applying for a U.S. passport.
Prosecutors also allege that Alimehmeti has picked up some “terrorist propaganda” from convicted Chelsea bomber Ahmad Rahimi while in jail….
In Dec. 8 court filings, prosecutors said Alimehmeti “participated in the receipt and dissemination of terrorist propaganda materials” after he was arrested….
Alimehmeti twice tried to fly to the U.K. from American [sic] in the fall of 2014 but was denied entry both times.
When he was blocked at Manchester Airport, officials found camo clothing and nunchucks in his baggage.
The second time, when Alimehmeti touched down at Heathrow Airport, officials confiscated his laptop and cell phone.
They found pics of ISIS flags, as well as videos of bombings, and tipped off the FBI after kicking him back to the U.S., prosecutors said.
After returning stateside, Alimehmeti allegedly stockpiled weapons.
He also began meeting with another wannabe ISIS terrorist – who was actually an undercover agent – in 2015. Alimehmeti brought the agent to his home and showed him ISIS-made videos, named “nasheeds,” prosecutors claimed.
“One of the nasheeds showed ISIL fighters decapitating prisoners,” the criminal complaint alleged.
Alimehmeti told the agent he watched these videos “to keep him motivated while he is exercising,” the complaint said.
He also played the nasheed for another undercover agent, authorities said.
Alimehmeti later spilled that he hoped to join ISIS in Syria and asked for help getting his hands on a bogus passport, explaining to the undercover agents that his name was “in the system,” prosecutors allege.