New documents were recently released giving further details into the case of the two Somalian refugees arrested in Tucson, AZ a few days ago at an airport after the FBI had been tracking them for months and learned of their plans to join ISIS and believed that “the best wake-up call is Islamic State to get another victory or another 9/11.”
The new reports state that the two men were planning on carrying out beheadings and that they had reportedly begun hitting the gyms to strength-train so that they would be strong enough to execute non-Muslims after they travelled to Egypt!
One of them even told an undercover FBI agent that he wanted to be the “beheading guy.”
Here’s a video on the details of the case for a little background:
See for yourself the updated information regarding the Somalian refugees' plans:
Townhall has more details on the new information:
Yesterday the Department of Justice announced the indictment of two Somalian refugees after they attempted to join ISIS in the Sinai Peninsula.
According to the indictment the two men, Ahmed Mahad Mohamed and Abdi Yemani Hussein, started hitting the gym in order to get stronger so they could easily perform beheadings.
"On or about June 26, 2019, MOHAMED told the UC (undercover FBI agent) that he and 'abu' jihad started going to the gym so they could get stronger and 'behad those kuffar,'" the indictment states. "MOHAMED indicated that he wanted to make hijrah and asked for help from the UC. MOHAMED state that he was 'a lion bu killing the kuffar and behading.' In addition, MOHAMED told the UC, 'if I go to Syria I want to be the behading person wallahi this kuffar I want to kill them so many I am thirsty their blood.' MOHAMED indicated he wanted to travel to Syria, Egypt and/or Iraq."
The Washington Examiner also had the following to say:
According to the affidavit in the case, the two men were being surveilled by an undercover FBI agent who was pretending to be a supporter of ISIS. Mohamed allegedly started talking to the undercover agent on an unnamed social media platform last August, continuing with another undercover agent in December.
The duo allegedly wanted to travel to the Middle East to fight for the terrorist group or attack somewhere in the U.S.
The FBI said that in August, Mohamed wrote to the undercover employee that he wanted to achieve martyrdom.
“I love jihad so much,” the court document details. Mohamed allegedly told the second undercover employee in December, “If I go to Syria I want to be the beheading person, … I want to kill them so many I am thirsty their blood.”