ISIS - Al-Qaeda Bomb Plots Continue to Target Times Square NYC Over 4th of July Holiday. Suicide bomb vests could be worn by terrorists dressed as the costume characters who haunt Times Square NYC. Back on February 9th, 2017 Two NYC Muslims, Munther Saleh & Fareed Mumuni, Plead Guilty to All Terror Charges in ISIS Pressure-Cooker Bomb Plot for Times Square. Over and over Islamic radicals have had their sights set on NYC and Times Square in particular for terror plots including a SUV loaded with propane tanks and a gas bomb to the recent pressure cooker bomb plot by Faisal Shahzad. I have posted numerous articles over the years about these fiends and their obsession with blowing up Times Square, unfortunately it is going to be a never ending story.
Munther Omar Saleh, 21, a former student at an aeronautical engineering college in Queens, and Fareed Mumuni, 22, of Staten Island, admitted to conspiring to provide material support to ISIS, also known as ISIL, and to assault a federal officer. The two were among a close circle of friends, including three from New Jersey, who sought to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State, authorities said. Among them were Nader Saadeh, 22, from Rutherford and his older brother Alaa Saadeh, 25, of West New York, who both pleaded guilty in federal court in Newark more than a year ago.
UPDATED: Monday, September 19, 2016 NYT The police took into custody Monday the man they believed to be behind the bombings in Manhattan Saturday night, Ahmad Khan Rahami, according to law enforcement officials. The dramatic arrest came after the police issued a cellphone alert to millions of residents in the area telling them to be on the lookout for the suspect, who was described as “armed and dangerous.
Published October 05, 2010...Mug shot of Faisal Shahzad, the man accused of plotting a car bombing in New York's Times Square in the vicinity of 45th Street and Seventh Avenue. (AP) NEW YORK – A Pakistani immigrant who tried to set off a car bomb in Times Square was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison by a judge who said she hopes he spends time behind bars thinking "carefully about whether the Koran wants you to kill lots of people." A defiant Faisal Shahzad smirked as he was given a mandatory life term that, under federal sentencing rules, will keep him behind bars until he dies."If I'm given 1,000 lives I will sacrifice them all for the life of Allah," he said at the start of a statement that lasted several minutes. "How can I be judged by a court that does not understand the suffering of my people?"
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