Thank goodness this Muslim convert was caught before he could carry out a terror attack! Garrett Grimsley was charged in Raleigh, N.C. after he made an online threat of wanting to commit a terror attack on non-Muslims:

“For too long the kuffar (non-Muslims) have spit in our faces and trampled our rights . . . This cannot continue. I cannot speak of anything. Say your dua (prayers), sleep, and watch the news tomorrow. It will only be the beginning, insha’Allah[god willing].” This is according to an affidavit from a police officer connected to the case.” – Wannabe Terrorist Garrett Grimsley

Looks like this wannabe jihadist is going to prison but only for 5 years! He’ll probably more radicalized in prison and then come out  as even more of a terrorist. He was also reading the magazine published by ISIS on how to be a good terrorist. Dabiq is put out there for people like Grimsley:

The Islamic State (ISIS) regularly puts out a glossy propaganda magazine aimed at recruiting jihadists from the West. It is sophisticated, slick, beautifully produced and printed in several languages including English.

CLARION PROJECT HAS PUT OUT ALL OF THE ISSUES YOU CAN LOOK AT HERE: DABIQ MAGAZINE

Here’s why they do this, in case you’re wondering:

In order to combat extremist groups, it is critical to understand their underlying ideology. Therefore, Clarion Project will continue to post the issues of Dabiq and Rumiyah here as they are released.

Too many influences are making young men turn to ISIS! While we cannot censor free speech, you would think that promoting terrorism against non-Muslims is the ultimate case of hate speech!   

U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina, John Stuart Bruce, made the announcement about the arrest on Tuesday, but Grimsley was actually arrested on Sunday, shortly after the post was made.

Grimsley used the Whisper App stating, “Salam, some of you are alright, don’t go to Cary tomorrow . . . For too long the kuffar (non-Muslims) have spit in our faces and trampled our rights . . . This cannot continue. I cannot speak of anything. Say your dua (prayers), sleep, and watch the news tomorrow. It will only be the beginning, insha’Allah[god willing].” This is according to an affidavit from a police officer connected to the case.

The post also had a picture of a man with camouflage pants, holding a red flag with a black star in the middle.

Whisper’s corporate offices were cooperative in allowing law enforcement to obtain the online name for the postings, Spark_Pure, and a request to Time Warner Cable allowed them to match that to a name, address, and phone number.

 A search of Grimsley’s apartment turned up an AK-47 with a collapsible stock, four 30-round magazines and about 340 rounds of ammunition. ‘Grimsley’ also stated, ‘the FBI will understand I was only reading Dabiq for the pictures, right?’ (NOTE – Dabiq is an online extremist magazine published by the terrorist organization Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

Read more: CBS WNCN


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