“It is my dream to behead someone, ” says ISIS-inspired Khalil Abu-Rayyan, a 21-year-old Dearborn Heights, Michigan, man who gets excited by thoughts of beheading Americans, burning people alive and throwing homosexuals off of tall buildings.
WND (h/t Frederic F) The terrorist wannabe actually made plans to shoot up a church full of Christians in Detroit, according to court records documenting his Internet conversations with an undercover FBI agent.
According to affidavits filed in U.S. District Court in Detroit, he told the FBI he had already picked out a church for his bloody rampage. It was located less than a half-mile from his place of employment. He chose this church because it was large – up to 6,000 members – and he knew it would be an easy target.
“A lot of people go there. Plus people are not allowed to carry guns in church,” the FBI affidavit quotes him as saying. “Plus it would make the news. Everybody would’ve heard. Honestly I regret not doing it. (If I) can’t go do jihad at the Middle East, I would do my jihad over here.”
Abu-Rayyan told an undercover agent he was “hearing voices” that told him to “burn people alive,” the Detroit News reported. He also told the agent that “shooting and death make me excited. I love to hear people begging and screaming. … I wish I had my gun.”
Despite the fact that Abu-Rayyan has not been charged with any terrorist-related crimes, the magistrate ruled after hearing the FBI testimony that he was too much of a threat to public safety and ordered him held without bail.
Abu-Rayyan has not been charged with any terrorism activity to date, only with possession of a weapon while under the influence of illegal drugs.