Muslim Migrant And ISIS Supporter Busted Over Plan To Bomb Houston Malls
One would imagine that if you live in a gated mansion, surrounded with top-notch armed security 24-hours a day, seven days a week, 52-weeks a year, and never venture anywhere without a location being thoroughly secured, before you arrive, than of course it’s easy to feel a sense of security about your own well-being.
However if you’re not one of those privileged few in Washington, then the threat of a terrorist attack by a lone wolf terrorist, should be of real concern to the average American.
Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan, 24, is believed to have entered the country as a refugee, and in addition to providing support to ISIS, is also facing charges of procurement of citizenship or naturalization unlawfully, and making false statements.
He was believed to have been plotting to set off explosive devises at a Houston mall.
The Palestinian refugee was apprehended for providing support to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and faces a maximum sentence of 53 years in prison if convicted.
The Department of Justice has released a statement that elaborates the charges.
The indictment alleges that Al Hardan attempted to provide material support and resources, including training, expert advice and assistance, and personnel specifically himself to a known foreign terrorist organization.
According to the allegations, he also knowingly responded, certified and swore untruthfully on his formal application when applying to become a naturalized U.S. citizen.
Obviously with the potential and real risk of allowing a minimum of 10,000 Syrian refugees with un-vetted documentation to entire America is an unforgivable act of recklessness.