Obama DOJ Complaint Against NYC bomber Scrubs References to Islamic State in Jihad Journal


What further proof do Americans need to show that Obama and his party of treason is aligned with the jihad force? Remember, Obama’s DoJ did the same thing with the Orlando nightclub jihadi’s transcripts to 9/11. Lynch scrubbed them all references to Islam.

This is Islamic law. And it borders on treason. Obama’s obsession and submission to Islam has put us all in grave jeopardy.

“Federal complaint against bombing suspect appears to omit journal’s ISIS references,” FOX News, September 21, 2016
A page revealed from the bloody journal of the New York and New Jersey bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami showed three names commonly associated with the Islamic State terror group and its followers, yet federal investigators included only one of those words in their complaint charging him on Tuesday.


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An image of the page, obtained by ABC News, shows a reference to Anwar al-Awlaki — the American-born Muslim cleric who was killed in a 2011 drone strike and whose preaching has inspired acts of terror linked to ISIS and Al Qaeda.

However, it also references Abu Muhammad al-Adnani — the ISIS spokesman killed by coalition forces in August after he called his followers to attack non-believers in their homelands.

Also visible: “Dawla,” considered part of the Arabic name for ISIS.

Rahami’s screed praised 9/11 mastermind Usama bin Laden and Nidal Hasan, the former Army officer who went on a deadly shooting rampage in 2009 at Fort Hood, Texas, according to the complaint.

Awlaki is tied to more than 77 plots both in the U.S. and in Europe despite his death in a CIA drone strike in 2011, Counter Extremism Project researchers said. The cleric’s writings and videos have been linked to attacks including the massacres in San Bernardino in December 2015 and Orlando’s Pulse nightclub last June.

In addition, the feds said the journal included rantings plotting revenge against the U.S. government for slaughtering Muslim holy warriors. Their complaint also showed that he watched jihadi fight videos in his spare time.

Rahami’s journal was pierced with a bullet hole, apparently from the shootout that ended with Rahami in handcuffs on Monday, investigators said. Rahami is suspected of planting bombs in Seaside Park and Elizabeth, New Jersey, as well as New York City, where the feds said at least 31 people were wounded after an explosion Saturday night.

In one section of the journal, the Afghan-born Rahami suggested he was worried police or the feds would capture him before he could carry out a suicide attack, becoming a martyr. “The sounds of bombs will be heard in the streets,” the journal declared, in details revealed Monday.

Another section included a reference to “pipe bombs” and a “pressure cooker bomb” and declared: “In the streets they plan to run a mile,” an apparent reference to one of the blast sites, a charity run in Seaside Park. The feds said the journal ended with the words: “Death to your oppression.”

Just two days before the bombings in New York City and Seaside Park, a relative’s cellphone recorded Rahami igniting incendiary material in a cylinder buried in a backyard, the fuse being lighted, a loud noise and flames, according to the complaint. After the flames erupted, “billowing smoke and laughter” was seen and heard, the feds said.

In addition, the complaint revealed that Rahami included videos labeled “best jihad nasheed [anthem]” and “jihad nasheed ya shahid,” essentially a martyr’s anthem, as some of his “Favorites” on his YouTube account. Other videos show love songs. Another shows a cat doing a backflip.

Rahami ordered citric acid, ball bearings and electronic igniters on eBay and had them delivered to a Perth Amboy, N.J., business where he worked until Sept. 12, the court complaints said. San Jose, Calif.-based eBay Inc. noted that the products are legal and widely available and said the company had worked with law enforcement on the investigation.

Rahami remains hospitalized with gunshot wounds from the shootout with police outside a bar in Linden, N.J. It wasn’t immediately clear whether he had a lawyer who could comment on the charges against him, which include federal terror crimes and state charges of attempting to murder police officers, but a federal public defender told a judge Tuesday night that Rahami has not had access to a lawyer since his arrest.

Fox News’ Catherine Herridge and The Associated Press contributed to this report.