Report ➠ American Muslim ISIS Supporters Focusing On US Attacks
Not that we needed a study to tell us what we see happening every day. And yet the elites want to blame, attack, put down those of us who oppose jihad terror and savagery. “Stay quiet and you’ll be okay” — those were Mohammed Atta’s words to his passengers on 9/11. And that’s exactly what the media, political and academic elites are telling us to do now.
“Individuals charged with ISIS-inspired terrorism in the U.S. cannot be profiled.” Thanks to Muslim groups who dictate Obama’s domestic-terror policies.
America’s ISIS wannabes are increasingly focused on waging jihad in the United States instead of becoming foreign fighters overseas, a new analysis of terrorism suspects arrested in the last 15 months shows.
The study by Fordham Law School’s Center on National Security found that before March, ISIS-related cases were “largely comprised of alleged foreign fighters” who wanted to join the Islamic State abroad.
“Beginning in late March 2015, there has been a substantial increase in cases involving individuals accused of plotting attacks in the United States in the name of ISIS. Out of the 59 individuals, 17 are domestic plotters, 15 of whom were identified or indicted since late March 2015,” the study says.
“Individuals charged with ISIS-inspired terrorism in the U.S. cannot be profiled.”
It’s unclear if the numbers reflect a shift in the mindset of ISIS sympathizers or a change in who is being arrested. But many of the newer plots are in line with a communiqué that ordered followers to attack Americans and other westerners after the U.S.-led coalition began bombing ISIS positions in September 2014.
“Smash his head with a rock, or slaughter him with a knife, or run him over with your car, or throw him down from a high place, or choke him, or poison him,” the communique from ISIS spokesman Abu Mohammad al-Adnani said.
The Fordham report also tracked the demographics of those arrested and found:
–Eight out of 10 are U.S. citizens
–The average age is 26.
–Eighty-five percent are men.
–One-third are converts to Islam.
–Only eight had a previous felony conviction.
–Three actually made it to Syria to join ISIS. More