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You Won't Believe What NYC Bomber's Father Just Confessed

The father of the man arrested for bombings in New York and New Jersey last weekend has come forward to say that he has warned the FBI about his son long ago. According to reports, the FBI concluded it was a case of domestic violence.

Ahmad Khan Rahami, the 28-year-old suspect in the bombings that rocked Manhattan and Seaside Park this weekend, had a history that even worried his father. Since his arrest, his father Mohammad Rahami Sr. has spoken with reporters about how he tried to warn the FBI about his son two years ago.

“Two years ago, I call the FBI. My son he’s doing really bad, OK?,” said Rahami, whose English was broken. “But they checked it almost two months. He’s OK. He’s clear. He’s not … terrorist.”

Rahami says he reported his son back then 'because he stabbed my son and hit my wife. And I took him to jail two years ago.'

The FBI investigated, but after discovering that Rahami had a propensity for violence and that he made multiple trips to Afghanistan and Pakistan over a four-year period, they failed to identify him as a potential terrorist threat.

According to reports, when the FBI spent two months investigating Rahami, his father recanted the allegations and said they were made in anger after a violent domestic incident.

Rahami kept a personal notebook in which he wrote praises for an al-Qaeda leader and jihadist causes. He also wrote about killing unbelievers. Investigators are trying to find specific links to terrorists.

Even New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, who initially denied the bombs were terrorist-related, admitted on Monday that 'we have every reason to believe this was an act of terror.'

“Now say he’s a terrorist. I say OK,” said Rahami Sr.

Source: Western Journalism
Photo: NBC4i

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