‘Mass casualty’ attack on White House foiled
January 17, 2019 — WND.com reports: “An Atlanta-area man has been accused of plotting to destroy the White House and other government buildings in Washington, D.C.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported the suspect is Hasher Jallal Taheb of Cumming, Georgia.
The report said all threats were neutralized and the suspect, who was arrested in Gwinnett County and briefly appeared in court Wednesday, apparently was working alone.
The FBI’s criminal complaint accuses him of plotting terror in Washington.
It explained a community member contacted law enforcement last march to warn that Taheb was radicalized.
Then in August, an FBI informant reached out to him when he apparently put his vehicle up for sale.
‘Taheb allegedly said he planned to travel to ‘hijra,’ a term said to refer to Islamic State territory and he was selling the car to fund the trip. But he didn’t have a passport,’ the report said.
Then he allegedly said he wanted to attack the White House
and Statue of Liberty…” (As ISIS is
losing control of the lands that they had held, and is facing the end of their
‘caliphate’ they are encouraging their members to carry out attacks wherever
they are. ISIS claims to be in all fifty states and vows to kill Jews and
Christians in massive numbers. It will fail as Almighty God and the
forces of Christian groups slaughter the murderers of God’s children,
Christians. Jesus added “Ye serpents, ye generation of vipers, how can
ye escape the damnation of hell? – Matthew 23:33. See the next
ISIS Threat Depicts Exploding Capitol to Coincide with Start of 116th Congress
January 11, 2019 — PJMedia.com reports: “An ISIS-allied media group continued threats against the U.S. Capitol in a violent image released as new lawmakers were sworn into office.
In the image, a white jihadist wearing military gear and a black ski mask stands outside the front of the Capitol as an explosion detonates in the dome. Both the House and Senate ends are depicted in flames.
‘And fight them until there is no fitnah,’ states the text on the image.
Fitnah means a test or trial. Islamic scholars have clarified the term as separating the bad from the good and ‘burning them with fire’ and a word ‘often used to describe tests in which something disliked is eliminated’: ‘Fitnah means testing, fitnah means trial, fitnah means wealth, fitnah means children, fitnah means kufr, fitnah means differences of opinion among people, fitnah means burning with fire.’
The same group behind the threat also this month released an image of a jihadist attacking President Trump as he’s inside a vehicle, with the directive ‘Fight them for they are polytheists.’ Another poster circulated online depicted a gray-sweatshirt-wearing jihadist wielding a long knife, telling lone jihadists to wage jihad where they are in ‘the land of disbelief.’…”