FBI: North Carolina 'Teen'(aka Soldier for Allah) Planned Local Jihad

He acted stupidly and the feds rightly busted his arse::

Members of the FBI thwarted a Fayetteville teenager's plan to rob and kill people who did not share his Islamic beliefs, according to documents.

Erwin Antonio Rios, 19, of the 1200 block of Oak Knolls Drive, allegedly planned to obtain a gun illegally and take part in a local religious jihad against non-believers, or kuffar, and members of the U.S. Armed Forces.

Rios met with an FBI informant over several months and detailed his attacks. They included robbing armored vehicles, killing guards protecting them, and luring police to a home and setting off bombs, documents say.

Rios adhered to the ideology of radical Islamic extremism groups, according to court documents. Those groups believe violence is religiously justified.

Rios told an FBI informant he wanted to be a soldier for Allah, according to an affidavit signed Feb. 7 by Special Agent Frank Brostrom.

Rios started talking to the informant June 27, after meeting at an Islamic house of worship in Raeford.

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More about this Soldier for Allah here.

Nidal Hasan was a soldier of Allah and had a business card to prove it. Disgustingly, the 'jihad' he did is labeled by the Bronco Bama Administration as workplace violence instead of Domestic terror.

Go figure.

Posted by: Stable Hand at 10:14 AM


1 It would be interesting to start 3 IRS Tax Exempt 501 (c) (4) applications at the same time under the following names:
1. Soldier of Allah
2. Pennies for Brain Vacuums to benefit Planned Parenthood
3. The Liberty Foundation to support Constitutional Government

I'd be betting on 2-1-3 to Win, Place and Show.

Posted by: Guest at May 15, 2013 10:56 AM

2 The soldier of Allah thing isn't going to go to far. Once people realize that Christian groups have called themselves soldiers of Christ for years.
They may have meant something different than blowing shit up but the Mommy, mommy he stole a cookie also defense will kick in.

Posted by: Average Whitewinger at May 15, 2013 12:58 PM

3 I've got ancestral roots in those parts...this makes me very, very angry....

Posted by: The Sanity Inspector at May 15, 2013 01:05 PM

4 Guys, Hasan shooting up Ft. Hood was NOT terrorism. What part of a Soldier of Allah launching a head on assault on a U.S. Army base resembles terrorism?

Terrorism is an attack on unarmed civilians designed to inspire terror to bring about political change by their government. War is when the soldiers of one nation or faction attack the soldiers of another.

I can't bring myself to fault the enemy for the sad fact we won't trust the United States Army to have their weapons loaded while on their base... in friggin Texas. The US Army's own bases are gun free zones!

Posted by: John Morris at May 15, 2013 01:27 PM

5 Mister Morris, the weapons stay in the armory until needed. Soldiers are not normally armed during the average work day. It's not just an adventure, it's a job.

and that's all i have to say about the war in vietnam.

Posted by: Storm Saxon's Gall Bladder at May 15, 2013 03:57 PM

6 Was Benghazi also workplace violence?

Posted by: Gramps at May 17, 2013 08:41 AM

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