Man who lied about support for IS and jihad links arrested at N.C airport

A Pakistani man was arrested at an airport in North Carolina on Tuesday after officials said he lied about his involvement with two terrorist organizations.”

Waqar Ul-Hassan admitted:

“I met with Mujahiden in 2014, while in Pakistan. I traveled to the border and stayed with them two or three days. I also spent half a day at their Mosque in Deska. I went there because I was curious about jihad. I wanted to find out how they do jihad. I talked to … a representative of the Mujahiden about jihad several times. I gave between $400.00 & $500.00 for the Mujahiden medrasa. This Mujahiden is known as Jaish.”

Western populations continue to be at a safety risk due to the infiltration of jihadists– and Islamic supremacist groups who shield them–under a fake banner of human rights and diversity . The denial of jihad terror is pervasive and denial of it serves to embolden the jihadist cause. Groups in Western countries which are connected to jihad terror need to be dismantled.

A good first step: The Trump Administration “is pushing to issue an order that would designate the Muslim Brotherhood a foreign terrorist organization”.

“Man ‘curious about jihad’ arrested at NC airport, accused of lying about terror links”, Paulina Dedaj, Fox News, May 1, 2019:

A Pakistani man was arrested at an airport in North Carolina on Tuesday after officials said he lied about his involvement with two terrorist organizations.

Waqar Ul-Hassan, 35, was picked up at Charlotte Douglas International Airport on two charges of making false statements involving terrorism during two separate interviews with the FBI in 2015, WBTV reported.

Court documents revealed that in May 2015, Hassan told FBI agents that he “did not support any terrorist groups or extremists” or know anyone who did. Several months later, in a second interview, Hassan denied ever sending money to Syria to support the Islamic State (ISIS) terror organization, and denied ever inquiring about how to send money.

But federal prosecutors allege that Hassan knowingly made false statements to the FBI, aware that doing so would be a crime. They included two statements in a complaint filed on Tuesday that Hassan allegedly wrote in November 2015, which indicate his involvement with both ISIS and a Pakistani terrorist group called Jaish-e-Mohammed, WBTV reported.

Said the first statement: “I met with Mujaheddin in 2014, while in Pakistan. I traveled to the border and stayed with them two or three days. I also spent half a day at their Mosque in Deska. I went there because I was curious about jihad. I wanted to find out how they do jihad. I talked to … a representative of the Mujaheddin about jihad several times. I gave between $400.00 & $500.00 for the Mujaheddin medrasa. This Mujaheddin is known as Jaish.”

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