The religion of beheading…or something like that…

An Ohio man has been indicted on charges of providing material support to the Islamic State.

Amir Said Rahman Al-Ghazi, 38, was arrested in June in a Cleveland suburb as he attempted to buy an AK-47 from an undercover agent for $400 to use in a propaganda video.

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Boasting about his dedication, he allegedly told the FBI informant that if war broke out in the U.S. between Muslims and non-Muslims, he would ‘cut off the head of his non-Muslim son if necessary.’

Al-Ghazi legally changed his name from Robert McCollum earlier this year.

According to the US Justice Department, his arrest came after months of social media posts that praised the Islamic State and vowed to carry out terrorist attacks in the US.

One plot, his affidavit claims, involved derailing a train.

Speaking to three different informants, he allegedly said he supports the murder of Christians, Jews and atheists, and referred to Iraqis as his ‘brothers and sisters’.

Via: Daily Mail

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