Yet another MUSLIM TERRORIST arrested in Boston

Federal prosecutors say Tarek Mehanna, 27, wanted to carry out terror attacks on shopping malls and two White House officials in the United States.

BOSTON (AP) — A 27-year-old Massachusetts (MUSLIM) man conspired to kill two prominent U.S. politicians and carry out a holy war by attacking shoppers in U.S. malls and American troops in Iraq, federal prosecutors said Wednesday as they announced his arrest. Tarek Mehanna of Sudbury sought — but never received — training in terrorist camps and worked with others from 2001 to May 2008 on the conspiracy to “kill, kidnap, maim or injure” people in foreign countries and the politicans, authorities said. The politicians were members of the executive branch who are no longer in office, authorities said. They refused to give their names.Feb. 11, 2009 image from video shows Tarek Mehanna outside federal court in Boston

Tarek Mehanna outside federal court in Boston

Prosecutors said Mehanna conspired with two other (MUSLIM) men: Ahman Abousamra, who authorities say is now in Syria, and an unnamed man, who is cooperating with authorities in the investigation. The three men discussed their desire to participate in “violent jihad against American interests” and talked about “their desire to die on the battlefield,” prosecutors said.

Mehanna had “multiple conversations about obtaining automatic weapons and randomly shooting people in shopping malls,” Acting U.S. Attorney Michael Loucks said. Their plan was thwarted when they could only get handguns, not automatic weapons, he said. Prosecutors would not say which malls had been targeted. They also hoped to attack U.S. troops stationed in Iraq.

Mehanna, a (MUSLIM) U.S. citizen, was arrested in November and charged with lying to the FBI in December 2006 when asked about the whereabouts of Daniel Maldonado, who is now serving a 10-year prison sentence for training alongside al-Qaida members to overthrow the Somali government.

Mehanna told the FBI that Maldonado was living in Egypt and working for a Web site. But authorities said Maldonado had called Mehanna from Somalia urging him to join him in “training for jihad.” FOX13 NOW

I wonder how long it will take CAIR to accuse the police of racial profiling?

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