Saturday, April 24, 2010

'I Believe That Real Enemies of This Country are the Ones Who Destroy From Within'

So nice to see this mutant has our best interests in mind. I wonder what his screen nanme is over at Daily Kos?
An al Qaeda-controlled city cabby who became a subway bomb plotter went on a tirade of hate yesterday, blaming "Zionist Jews" for "destroying this country from within" during his guilty plea in Brooklyn federal court.

"I believe that real enemies of this country are the ones who destroy from within," railed Zarein Ahmedzay, sporting a short black beard and wrinkled blue prison scrubs over a long-sleeve shirt. "And I believe these are the special group, the Zionist Jews, I believe, who want a permanent shadow government within . . . the United States."

The 25-year-old Queens College dropout chillingly quoted a jihadist call to arms before telling the court how he and his al Qaeda-trained cohorts planned to carry out devastating, simultaneous suicide bombings on Manhattan subway trains.

"Verily, Allah has purchased of the believers their lives and their wealth for the price of paradise, to fight in the way of Allah, to kill and get killed. It is the promise binding him on the truth the Torah, gospel and the Koran," he said.

Ahmedzay was charged with receiving training from terrorist operatives overseas in August 2008, then returning to the United States with cohort Najibullah Zazi -- the main American mastermind who has already pleaded guilty -- as well as an unnamed third person. That man is presumed to be co-defendant Adis Medunjanin.

The three, pals from Flushing HS, plotted with the help of al Qaeda trainers to use homemade acetone and peroxide bombs to blow up subway cars during rush hour to maximize the carnage, the feds have charged.

"They wanted my input because I was familiar with the city -- I was a New York City taxi driver and knew the city very well," said Ahmedzay. "They said the most important thing was to hit well-known structures and to maximize the number of casualties."

Ahmedzay admitted to flying to Afghanistan in the summer of 2008 to join the Taliban to "wage jihad against the US occupation and the corrupt and imposter Karzai government, to overthrow it, and establish the perfect justice of Allah."

But terrorist leaders there "said we would be more useful to them and to the jihad if we returned to New York and conducted operations there," according to Ahmedzay.
Boy, he's really ggoing to find a lot of enemies come May 20.

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