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ACLU to Represent Bombing Suspect Ahmad Rahami

The American Civil Liberties Union is representing Ahmad Rahami, the man accused of setting off bombs in New York and New Jersey that injured over 30 people.


Rahami’s Father: FBI ‘Didn’t Do Their Job’ When Warned About My ‘Terrorist’ Son

The father of Ahmad Khan Rahami, the suspect linked to the bombings in New York and New Jersey last weekend, claims the FBI ignored his appeal to “keep an eye” on his “terrorist” son who was interested in jihadi groups like al-Qaeda, the New York Times (NYT) learned during a series of interviews with the elder Rahami this week.

Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, is wanted in connection with a bombing in New York's Chelsea neighborhood that injured 29 people

U.S. Bill Seeks to Label Pakistan a Sponsor of Terror Due to NY Bomber Link

Two top Republican Congressmen have introduced a bill to designate Pakistan a “state sponsor of terrorism” as the country is suspected of being linked to the radicalization of the naturalized U.S. citizen of Afghan descent behind last weekend’s bombings in New York and New Jersey.


NY Bomber Rahami’s Sister Posted Jihad, Muslim Brotherhood Fan Posts on Facebook

The sister of Ahmad Rahami, the U.S. naturalized citizen of Afghan descent believed to be behind last weekend’s bombings in New York and New Jersey, posted radical Islamic material online, including a quote from an al Qaeda (AQ) co-founder known as Osama bin Laden’s predecessor and the “father of global Jihad” as well as Muslim Brotherhood (MB) propaganda.

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Islamic State Newspaper Praises Minnesota Mall Attacker, Ignores NYC Bomber

The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL), in the latest edition of its weekly Arabic language newspaper al-Naba, praised the men behind last weekend’s Minnesota mall stabbings and the Orlando massacre in June, but they did not mention the suspect linked to the bombings in New York and New Jersey.