PROFILE MUSLIMS: Former CIA officer Bob Baer told the network ISIS is already on this side of the Atlantic. "I have been told with no uncertainty there are ISIS sleeper cells in this country," he said. One ISIS fighter already has hinted as much. In several telephone conversations with a Reuters reporter over the past few months, Islamic State fighters suggest their leader, Iraqi Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is planning something for the West – and that attacks could take place through sleeper cells in both Europe and the United States. “The West are idiots and fools," one fighter taunted, according to Reuters. "They think we are waiting for them to give us visas to go and attack them or that we will attack with our beards or even Islamic outfits. "They think they can distinguish us these days – they are fools and more than that they don’t know we can play their game in intelligence. They infiltrated us with those who pretend to be Muslims and we have also penetrated them with those who look like them." About 100 Americans are being tracked by the FBI because of their travels to Syria, some to join ISIS, analysts say. And ISIS is actively recruiting Westerners and European Muslims who could easily enter the US.
“But he later said he did so because of [ISIS]…after participating in jihadi chat roms.” He was on no psychiatric drugs, FBI agents said, only taking anti-anxiety medication and an herbal supplement to aid with sleep. Santiago has not been formally charged, but is due back in court Jan. 30 2017.
ISIS terrorist arrested in Jacksonville Fl. Abror Habibov appears in Jacksonville federal court among 3 arrested in plot to join ISIS. All the FBI office in Jacksonville would say is they assisted the FBI New York Field Office in the case. According to the criminal complaint, Habibov operates several kiosks that sell kitchenware and repair mobile phone, including at the Orange Park Mall. Akhror Saidakhmetov, 19, also a Brooklyn resident and citizen of Kazakhstan, was arrested at Kennedy International Airport, where he was attempting to board a flight to Istanbul, authorities said. Abdurasul Hasanovich Juraboev, 24, a resident of Brooklyn and citizen of Uzbekistan, had a ticket to travel to Istanbul next month and was arrested in Brooklyn, federal prosecutors said. Habibov employed Saidakhmetov last fall and winter and said he would help fund his travel, though he did not mention a specific sum of money, prosecutors said. The two were spotted in Brooklyn purchasing a ticket for Saidakhmetov to travel to Turkey, officials said.The documents show that Habibov was financially backing the other two suspects, including the expenses of buying a weapon
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