Muslim In Contact with ISIS Charged With Threatening to Shoot, Blow up Walgreens in Minneapolis Suburb


Apparently another convert to Islam who has gone jihad. Yet, absolutely nothing is being done to counter Islamic dawah efforts among young non-Muslims.

“Man Charged With Threatening to Shoot, Blow up Walgreens,” by Amy Forliti, Associated Press, March 29, 2016:

A Minnesota man accused of lying to the FBI about when he last contacted the Islamic State group was charged Tuesday in state court after allegedly threatening to “shoot up” a Walgreens.

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Abdul Raheem Habil Ali-Skelton, 23, faces three felony counts of making terroristic threats in connection with Sunday’s incident at the store in Brooklyn Park, a Minneapolis suburb.

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According to the complaint, Ali-Skelton went into the store early Sunday and accused a customer of having a relationship with his girlfriend. The complaint said Ali-Skelton then advanced on the man multiple times and threatened to hit him with a bottle.

A store manager intervened and told the two to leave. Ali-Skelton said he had a gun and would “shoot up the place.” He also said he was part of a terrorist organization and that he would “blow up” the store, the complaint said.

Ali-Skelton was in custody Tuesday and ordered held on $30,000 bail. Court records do not list an attorney to comment on the new charges.

Ali-Skelton is expected to plead guilty in U.S. District Court next month to one count of making a false statement to FBI agents. In that case, federal prosecutors say Ali-Skelton told the FBI last July that his last contact with Syrian-based members of the Islamic State group was in May or early June 2015. But prosecutors say Ali-Skelton knew he had communicated with members of the group as recently as last July 4….

“From what I understand about those allegations, if they are true … they are completely out of character with the very mild-mannered Abdul Ali-Skelton, (whom) I have known for quite some time,” he said.

Richman said the alleged communications between his client and Islamic State group members are not related to the new allegations.

Article reposted with permission from PamelaGeller.com

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