We’ve mentioned several times that the entire Muslim world is exited about the reestablishment of a worldwide Caliphate, both in the Middle East and in the West. They are confident they will succeed with their aims because the Western world has allowed Muslim mass-immigration in millions and infiltration in all levels of government, while we are refusing to remove conservative Muslim migrants, minarets and the Koran. Saudi money has been funding indoctrination of Muslims in the West since the 1970’s and pressure our government’s to allow mass immigration of Muslims, free flow of Islam into our countries and anti-Israel propaganda to flourish in our schools by allowing Muslim teachers to distort not only Islamic history, but the facts about the Palestine-Israel conflict.
The entire cause for these problems are not ‘Islamic extremism’ but Islam itself. This is what Islam is and what Islam believe in. A Caliphate dream is a desire for many non-extremist Muslims too who follow their religion, because it is one of the promises made by Mohammed. The problem is in Islam itself. Therefore, those who follow Islam need to be banned from the Western world, minarets and Islamic schools need to be removed. They were established by Saudi funding (with Muslim Brotherhood as the core group) in efforts to create a home-grown volume of Muslims willing to fight when the time is right.
Muslim arrested after allegedly trying to blow up Fed building in NYC want to speed up Caliphate efforts. Kelly: ’15 terrorist attempts on NY since 9/11′
Federal authorities arrested a Bangladeshi national Wednesday morning for allegedly plotting to blow up a Federal Reserve Bank in New York City’s lower Manhattan, mere blocks away from the site of the terrorist attack of Sept. 11, 2001. The bank is one of 12 branches around the country.
The 21-year-old suspect, Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis, attempted to detonate what he thought was a 1,000-pound bomb in front of the Fed building on Liberty Street, but the device was a fake supplied to him by undercover FBI agents who had been tracking his activity, the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force said Wednesday afternoon.
The supposed explosives posed no threat to the public, the FBI said.
A criminal complaint accuses Nafis of having overseas connections to Al Qaeda and travelling to the U.S. in January to recruit individuals to form a terrorist cell and conduct an attack on American soil. He came under the guise of going to school in Missouri on a student visa. One of Nafis’ potential recruits was an FBI source, who alerted authorities, the FBI said.
A federal law enforcement official told Fox News that there was no evidence Nafis was directed by Al Qaeda to carry out this attack, though he appears to have thought he was working for the terrorist group.
At one point, according to criminal complaint, Nafis told undercover agents: “I don’t want something that’s like, small. I just want something big. Something very big … that will shake the whole country, that will make America, not one step ahead, change of policy, and make one step ahead, for the Muslims … that will make us one step closer to run the whole world.”
A U.S. official told Fox News that President Obama was Nafis’ first target, but the criminal complaint only refers to “a high-ranking official.” The complaint also mentions the New York Stock Exchange as a proposed target.
The FBI cites a written statement obtained from Nafis in which he said he wanted to “destroy America” and determined that the best way to achieve that goal was to target the economy. He also referenced quotes from “our beloved Sheikh Osama bin Laden.”
Nafis appeared in federal court in Brooklyn to face charges of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and attempting to provide material support to Al Qaeda. Wearing a brown T-shirt and black jeans, he was ordered held without bail and did not enter a plea. His defense attorney had no comment outside court.
“Attempting to destroy a landmark building and kill or maim untold numbers of innocent bystanders is about as serious as the imagination can conjure,” FBI Acting Assistant Director-in-Charge Galligan said. “The defendant faces appropriately severe consequences.”
NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly noted that there have been 15 terrorist plots targeting the city since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
“Al Qaeda operatives and those they have inspired have tried time and again to make New York City their killing field,” Kelly said. “After 11 years without a successful attack, it’s understandable if the public becomes complacent. But that’s a luxury law enforcement can’t afford.”
Fox News’ Mike Levine and the Associated Press contributed to this report.