The blood-soaked journal carried by Islamic terrorist Ahmad Khan Rahami show that the New York bomber was thoroughly inspired by the radical Islamic terrorist group ISIS and its leaders, reports Catherine Herridge of FOX News who shows pictures of the journal carried by Rahami at the time he was taken down by police.
According to Herridge, Rahami wrote about al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden, as well as the Fort Hood Islamic terrorist, and other jihadists in the the journal shown in the video below with a bullet hole having gone through it.
Herridge reported that what is really worth noting is that the journal also references Abu Muhammad al Adnani, who she describes as a “very senior figure within ISIS,” who is completely left out of the indictment of Rahami.
Catherine Herridge reported that while other terrorist groups were included in the indictment, references to ISIS were mysteriously omitted:
“It seems more than a bit odd that there’s absolutely no reference in the indictment that was released last night with the federal charges — that they mention all of these other terrorist groups but there’s simply no mention of ISIS.”
“I looked for guidance came Sheikh Anwar, Brother Adnani, Dawla. Said it clearly – Attack the kuffar (non-believer) in the back yard,” one section read of Rahami’s journal read according to Herridge. Page 12 of the indictment references this section without naming Adnani.
So not only does there seem to be a cover-up going on here, but shamefully, Obama is still probably wondering what the motive for the terrorist attacks could possibly be.