The parents are heartbroken.
“He is very gentle and devoted to his studies,” says papa. And even though the university spokesman contradicted him, it could be true: heÂ couldÂ be a gentle, studious soul. His studies of Islam could have led him to the conviction that he needed to wage jihad against Infidels.
“Poverty causes terrorism”, right?
Wrong. Once again we have a bankers son who wants to blow up America, just like the diaper bomber Umar FarukÂ AbdulmutallabÂ who’s father is one of Nigeria’s richest men and the mother of sharia banking in that country.
At one point, according to criminal complaint, Nafis told undercover agents: “I don’t want something that’s like, small. I just want something big. Something very big … that will shake the whole country, that will make America, not one step ahead, change of policy, and make one step ahead, for the Muslims … that will make us one step closer to run the whole world.”…
Waging Jihad with a Visa?
Before Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis, fromÂ Bangladesh, Â made plans with an FBI informant to blow up theÂ New York Federal Reserve Bank, he sought guidance on his obligations under Islamic law,Â according to a criminal complaint.
WaPo appeals to the bleeding hearts:
Family of Bangladeshi
man jihadist shocked at his arrest in FBI terror sting in New York City
DHAKA, Bangladesh â€” A Bangladeshi (Musel-) man accused of trying to bomb the Federal Reserve building in New York City is a banker’s son from a middle class neighborhood whose family members said Thursday that they were stunned by his arrest.
The FBI arrested 21-year-old Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis on Wednesday after he tried to detonate a fake 1,000-pound (454-kilogram) car bomb, according to a criminal complaint.