Monday, November 28, 2016
FOX NEWS DEVELOPING: A Somali man in his 20s was behind an attack involving a car and butcher knife on the campus of Ohio State University Monday that left nine injured, law enforcement sources told Fox News.After the suspect plowed his vehicle into the crowd, officials said he got out of the vehicle and began attacking people with a butcher knife before he was shot and killed by a campus police officer. The suspect’s name was yet not released and the motive behind the attack is still unclear, according to law enforcement sources, but investigators are not ruling out anything at this point. Ohio State Police Chief Craig Stone said the attacker purposely drove over a curb and into pedestrians.
GIANT RED FLAGS: Law enforcement officials told NBC News the suspect’s name of the dead OSU Terrorist is Abdul Razak Ali Artan, an 18-year-old student at the university. He was a Somali refugee who left his homeland with his family in 2007, lived in Pakistan and then came to the United States in 2014.
Last Year: A video from Al Shabaab purportedly shows the terror group calling for an attack on Mall of America, in Bloomington, Minn. According to Fox 9, the mall is one of three similar targets the terror group specifically names, including West Edmonton Mall in Canada and the Oxford Street shopping area in London. The video purportedly shows 6 minutes of graphic images and the terrorists celebrating the 2013 Westgate Mall attack in Nairobi, Kenya, that killed more than 60 people. The narrator, his face wrapped in a black-and-white kaffiyeh-type scarf and wearing a camouflage jacket, spoke with a British accent and appeared to be of Somali origin. He accused Kenyan troops in Somalia of committing abuses against Somali Muslims. He ended the video by calling on Muslim men to attack other shopping malls in Western countries. An image of the Mall of America is shown in the video, alongside its GPS coordinates. The mall says it is ramping up its security in response.
There are individuals living in the United States today who have contact with the Islamic State ISIS, al-Shabaab and Al-Qaeda who have “a desire to conduct an attack” on U.S. soil, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” In less than two years, ISIS has gone from a terror start-up overseas to what FBI Director James Comey calls a “chaotic spider web” in the US, with young Muslim men being radicalized in Illinois and the 49 other states. Comey suggests ISIS uses social media like a job fair. That’s how he says terrorists snagged three New York men facing ISIS charges. “Those people exist in every state.
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