Muslim Convert SON Of Boston POLICE CAPTAIN Charged With Plotting Islamic State (ISIS) Attacks On College Campus

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Published on: July 14, 2015

“Abu Ali al-Amriki attempted to stab a nurse in the head with a pen during a routine screening, “leaving a hole in the nurse’s skin.”

Obama scrubbed all counter-terror materials of jihad and Islam. Law enforcement departments across the country were force fed “Muslim sensitivity” training instead of jihad awareness education. Scholars on Islam like Robert Spencer and Ibn Warraq were prohibited from speaking where they were once welcome.

Here is a Police Captain whose own son is ISIS. If he couldn’t see it in his own home, how can we expect him and his underlings to be effective against jihad in their cities?

Boston is a hotbed of jihad terror-related activity. In each case the Muslim terrorists were tied to the notorious Islamic Society of Boston (ISB). What was Abu Al-Ameriki’s connection to ISB, and why hasn’t that mosque been shuttered? The Boston bombings and jihadists who plotted to behead policemen and me were tied to that mosque. What is being done about ISB?

How did this misunderstanding of Islam become so widespread? And why do so many converts understand it in exactly the same way? And while Muslims in the US condemn the Islamic State, where are they teaching against the ideology that gave rise to it?

Right now, nothing is being done to stop jihad recruiting in US mosques, even as several hundred young Muslims from the US have gone to wage jihad for the Islamic State. And now seek to wage jihad here at home.

Abu Ali al-Amriki Alexander Ciccolo participates in “peace walk” in 2012. Got that?

The son of a respected Boston police captain was arrested July 4 by FBI agents as part of a counter-terrorism operation against alleged ISIS-inspired domestic terrorists, federal officials told ABC News today.

Abu Ali al-Amriki, nee Alexander Ciccolo, 23, of Adams, Mass., was taken into custody on gun charges after buying two pistols and two rifles from an undercover FBI confidential informant, federal officials said. In a search of his apartment, officials reported they found it loaded with possible bomb-making equipment, including a pressure cooker, a variety of chemicals, an alarm clock, along with “attack planning papers” and “jihad” paperwork. FBI agents said he used the name Abu Ali al-Amriki and neighbors said he was a recent convert to Islam.

“This is a very bad person arrested before he could do very bad things,” one senior federal official briefed on the arrest told ABC News. According to the FBI, Abu Ali al-Amriki attempted to stab a nurse in the head with a pen during a routine screening, “leaving a hole in the nurse’s skin.”

An FBI affidavit said Abu Ali al-Amriki initially planned to travel to “another state” and use a pressure cooker bomb “to conduct terrorist attacks on civilians, members of the U.S. military and law enforcement personnel.” The FBI said the attack location was later changed to a town with a state university and would be concentrated on “college dorms and cafeteria, to include executions of students, which would be broadcast live via the internet.” (ABC News)

“Son Of Boston Police Capt. Charged With Plotting ISIS-Inspired Attacks On College Campus,” CBS News, July 13, 2015:

BOSTON (CBS) — The son of a Boston Police captain is facing charges “in connection with a plot to engage in terrorism” on behalf of ISIS, prosecutors said Monday.

A criminal complaint was unsealed charging Alexander Ciccolo, also known as Ali Al Amriki, 23, of Adams, with being in possession of firearms.

Sources told WBZ-TV Ciccolo’s father, Police Capt. Robert Ciccolo turned his son in to authorities.

Read The Full Complaint

United States Attorney Carmen Ortiz said Ciccolo told witnesses about his “plans to commit acts of terrorism” inspired by ISIS.

Those acts “including setting off improvised explosive devices, such as pressure cookers filled with black powder, nails, ball bearings and glass, in places where large numbers of people congregate, like college cafeterias.”

The affidavit said that before his arrest, Ciccolo bought a pressure cooker similar to ones used in the Boston Marathon bombings of April 2013. The affidavit also stated that Ciccolo originally planned to target a police station, but later decided to target a university. He planned to attack, “before Ramadan was over, and no later than July 31,” according to the affidavit.

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