The man suspected of planting explosives in New York and New Jersey had a notebook on him when he was taken into custody that detailed his Islamic extremist ideology. SEE ALSO: Man, 21, admits to killing parents for favoring siblings The notebook mentioned Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, who was the spokesman for the terrorist group ISIS until he died last month, according to ABC News.
NOTHING TO SEE HERE, MOVE ALONG: NY Muslim Bomber’s Notebook Urged Killing Non-Muslims.
A look into the personal journal carried by New York City and New Jersey bombing suspect, Ahmad Khan Rahami, at the time of his capture shows the true jihadi intentions behind his terrorist acts.
Ahmad Khan Rahami, the Elizabeth, NJ man accused of planting and detonating multiple explosive devices across New Jersey and New York that injured dozens last weekend, will soon be transported to a New York District Court to face ch...
A House Homeland Security Committee hearing today revealed some details from the journal of Ahmad Khan Rahami, who has been arrested and charged in connection with bombs that went off in New Jersey and New York last weekend.