Friday, April 19, 2013

Online Radical Islamic Websites Influenced Muslim Brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev To Bomb The Boston Marathon.

Boston Marathon explosions

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, his photo above, 19, of Cambridge, is still being sought, officials said. He is believed to be the suspect who was identified as wearing a white baseball cap in surveillance video from the area where the bombings took place.  His brother, identified by a law enforcement source as Tamerlan Tsarnaev, died in a shootout with police on early Friday morning. Two federal sources told the Los Angeles Times that the brothers have been in the United States for 10 years. The boys' uncle, Ruslan Tsarni, told WBZ-TV on Friday morning that they were born in Kyrgyzstan.
Image: (From left) Video still of Tamerlan Tsarnaev & Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (Courtesy of; © FBI via AP)
In a profile posted on a social media page under a variation of his name, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev says he was born on July 22 and went to elementary school in Makhachkala, the capital of Dagestan, a small Muslim Caucasus republic near Chechnya before coming to the U.S. and graduating from Rindge & Latin in 2011. He wrote that he speaks English, Russian, and “Nokhchiin Mott,” the Chechen language. His describes his world view as “Islam” but his priorities as “Career and money.” He belongs to religious and secular social media groups linked to Chechnya, almost all in Russian. Those groups in turn have begun to post stories that one of their members might have been involved in the “terrorist acts” in Boston, as one site called it. 

Online links by the Muslim Brothers Tsarnaev to the Al-Qaeda website magazine "Inspire" which had been edited by my 'dead pal' Samir Khan and instructed terrorists on how to construct pressure cooker bombs. Chechen Muslim Terrorist website.

With Al Qaeda going rogue US based ‘lone wolves’ may step up terror strikes inspired by terror websites hosted in the USA.  “You get people who are off the radar screen and they’re self-radicalized,” said Rep. Peter King (R-Nassau), head of the House Homeland Security committee. “They can download things. And they have some sort of loose connection to Al Qaeda.” MORE FROM THIS SOURCE…

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