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From The Azzi Archives Of “Ask a Muslim Anything” (Part Two)

Michigan Muslim, 22, arrested for ‘planning to shoot up a church to support ISIS’: ‘It is my dream to behead someone’ #DearbornJihad

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Note the keffiyehh. The Nazis had the swastika, the jihadis have the keffiyeh.

“Honestly, I regret not doing it. If I can’t go do jihad at the Middle East I would do a jihad over here.'”

Will the islamofauxbia never end? Obama, time for another mosque speech, brother, admonishing us, yet again, for not prostrating ourselves before the religion of peace and tolerance.

‘It is my dream to behead someone’: Michigan man, 22, arrested for ‘planning to shoot up a Detroit church to support ISIS’

Khalil Abu-Rayyan, 22, is accused of making terror threats on behalf of ISIS and allegedly planned to shoot up a large church in the Detroit area
He was arrested last October on gun and drug charges when he was pulled over for speeding
FBI began monitoring him in May 2015 and say he made threats in phone conversations and on social media while speaking with undercover agent
While on social media he told an undercover agent that he ‘tried to shoot up a church one day’ and that he ‘regret(s) not doing it’
He also told the agent that he kept a sword in his car and that it was his ‘dream to behead someone’

By Regina F. Graham For Dailymail,  6 February 2016, thanks to Christian:

A Michigan man is accused of being an ISIS supporter after he told an undercover FBI agent that he wanted to shoot up a church to show his support for the terrorist group.

Khalil Abu-Rayyan was first arrested on gun and drug charges last year, but now he has since been accused of attempting to commit terrorist related offenses by the FBI. He has not been formally charged with terrorism.

According to a sworn affidavit from the United States District Court of Michigan, the 22-year-old was allegedly involved in making terror threats on behalf of the terrorist group. The FBI began monitoring Abu-Rayyan starting in May 2015.

Authorities say that Abu-Rayyan made threats in monitored phone conversations and electronic communications with the undercover agent, as he was also under surveillance on social media.

He also was found to have made numerous comments on ISIS propaganda online, including videos of executions, as well as liking and re-tweeting ISIS related links, WJBK reported.
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Arrested: Khalil Abu-Rayyan, 22, was first arrested on gun and drug charges last year, but now he has since been accused of attempting to commit terrorist related offenses by the FBI.

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According to a sworn affidavit from the United States District Court of Michigan, the 22-year-old was allegedly involved in making terror threats on behalf of the terrorist group. Above FBI agents remove items from his home

The chilling details about what Abu-Rayyan allegedly planned to do are detailed within the sworn affidavit.

While on social media he told an undercover agent that he ‘tried to shoot up a church one day. I don’t know the name of it but it’s close to my job.

‘One of the biggest ones in Detroit. I had it planned out. I brought a bunch of bullets. I practiced a lot with it.

‘I practiced reloading and unloading, but my dad searched my car one day and he found everything. He found the gun and the bullets and the mask I was going to wear.’

He never shared which church he planned on allegedly attacking, however, investigators did identify a possible target less than a half mile away from where he worked, WJBK reported.

When investigators asked Abu-Rayyan why he allegedly wanted to target a church, he said: ‘It’s easy, and a lot of people go there, plus people are not allowed to carry guns in church.

‘Plus it would make the news. Everybody would have heard. Honestly, I regret not doing it. If I can’t go do jihad at the Middle East I would do a jihad over here.’
Authorities say that Abu-Rayyan made threats in monitored phone conversations and electronic communications with the undercover agent, as he was also under surveillance on social media. Above FBI agents remove items from his home

Authorities say that Abu-Rayyan made threats in monitored phone conversations and electronic communications with the undercover agent, as he was also under surveillance on social media. Above FBI agents remove items from his home
dearborn jihad

According to WJBK, he had a AK-47 with a 40 round magazine.

He reportedly told the undercover FBI agent that the gun he had is ‘the kind of gun that ISIL fighters carry.’

It is unclear how he became radicalized, however, the FBI says he kept a sword in his car and dreamed of beheading people.

‘It is my dream to behead someone,’ he told the agent.

‘It is my dream to behead someone’: Michigan man, 22, arrested for ‘planning to shoot up a Detroit church to support ISIS’

Khalil Abu-Rayyan, 22, is accused of making terror threats on behalf of ISIS and allegedly planned to shoot up a large church in the Detroit area
He was arrested last October on gun and drug charges when he was pulled over for speeding
FBI began monitoring him in May 2015 and say he made threats in phone conversations and on social media while speaking with undercover agent
While on social media he told an undercover agent that he ‘tried to shoot up a church one day’ and that he ‘regret(s) not doing it’
He also told the agent that he kept a sword in his car and that it was his ‘dream to behead someone’
For more of the latest Islamic State news visit www.dailymail.co.uk/isis

By Regina F. Graham For Dailymail.com

Published: 12:46 EST, 6 February 2016 | Updated: 13:43 EST, 6 February 2016

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A Michigan man is accused of being an ISIS supporter after he told an undercover FBI agent that he wanted to shoot up a church to show his support for the terrorist group.

Khalil Abu-Rayyan was first arrested on gun and drug charges last year, but now he has since been accused of attempting to commit terrorist related offenses by the FBI. He has not been formally charged with terrorism.

According to a sworn affidavit from the United States District Court of Michigan, the 22-year-old was allegedly involved in making terror threats on behalf of the terrorist group. The FBI began monitoring Abu-Rayyan starting in May 2015.

Authorities say that Abu-Rayyan made threats in monitored phone conversations and electronic communications with the undercover agent, as he was also under surveillance on social media.

He also was found to have made numerous comments on ISIS propaganda online, including videos of executions, as well as liking and re-tweeting ISIS related links, WJBK reported.
Arrested: Khalil Abu-Rayyan, 22, was first arrested on gun and drug charges last year, but now he has since been accused of attempting to commit terrorist related offenses by the FBI.
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Arrested: Khalil Abu-Rayyan, 22, was first arrested on gun and drug charges last year, but now he has since been accused of attempting to commit terrorist related offenses by the FBI.
According to a sworn affidavit from the United States District Court of Michigan, the 22-year-old was allegedly involved in making terror threats on behalf of the terrorist group. Above FBI agents remove items from his home
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According to a sworn affidavit from the United States District Court of Michigan, the 22-year-old was allegedly involved in making terror threats on behalf of the terrorist group. Above FBI agents remove items from his home

The chilling details about what Abu-Rayyan allegedly planned to do are detailed within the sworn affidavit.

While on social media he told an undercover agent that he ‘tried to shoot up a church one day. I don’t know the name of it but it’s close to my job.

‘One of the biggest ones in Detroit. I had it planned out. I brought a bunch of bullets. I practiced a lot with it.

‘I practiced reloading and unloading, but my dad searched my car one day and he found everything. He found the gun and the bullets and the mask I was going to wear.’

He never shared which church he planned on allegedly attacking, however, investigators did identify a possible target less than a half mile away from where he worked, WJBK reported.

When investigators asked Abu-Rayyan why he allegedly wanted to target a church, he said: ‘It’s easy, and a lot of people go there, plus people are not allowed to carry guns in church.

‘Plus it would make the news. Everybody would have heard. Honestly, I regret not doing it. If I can’t go do jihad at the Middle East I would do a jihad over here.’

He is expected to appear in court Monday for a detention hearing and then again on February 16 for the gun and drug possession charges, which stem from a previous arrest in October, WJBK reported.

Abu-Rayyan was pulled over October 7, 2015, for speeding when Detroit police discovered a pistol, sleeping pills and marijuana, WDIV reported.

He purchased the .22 caliber gun two days prior to being arrested, WXYZ reported.
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