Wanna be Xmas Plane Bomber was a Facebooker

Failed Christmas Day Islamic terrorist Umar Abdulmutallab, was a fellow FaceBookeer who had posted his jihad fantasies on numerous site across the Internet. If anyone ever sees posts by Muslims in support of taking over the world, please report them to the authorities. All pro-Sharia Muslims are the enemy of Western civilization.

My jihad fantasy.. Muslims will win and rule the world – UMAR ABDULMUTALLAB
By Andrew Gregory 30/12/2009

Failed suicide bomber Umar Abdulmutallab spelt out his nightmare vision of a world ruled by fanatical Islamic hardliners in a series of rambling internet rants.

In one, he said: “I won’t go into too much details about my fantasy, but basically they are jihad fantasies.

“I imagine how the great jihad will take place, how the muslims will win (Allah willing) and rule the whole world and establish the greatest empire once again.”

In more than 300 postings on Facebook and Islamic websites, Abdulmutallab told of his commitment to the extremist cause.

He detailed his loneliness and his struggle to contain sexual urges that he feared might overwhelm his idealism.


“As I get lonely, the natural sexual drive awakens and I struggle to control it, sometimes leading to minor sinful activities.

“And this problem makes me want to get married to avoid getting aroused.”

In early 2005, he said: “I get lonely sometimes because I have never found a true muslim friend. I will describe myself as very ambitious and determined. I might sound boring but if you want to know more about me, just give me a shout.”

In another post, he acknowledges feelings of lust, chastising himself for not lowering his gaze around unveiled women.

Abdulmutallab, who was foiled as he tried to blow up a passenger jet on Christmas Day as it neared Detroit, even warned: “The hair of a woman can easily arouse a man.”


“There is no doubt that his travel history and Western experience made him attractive to al-Qaeda leaders looking to put someone on a plane to the US who would raise the least amount of suspicion.

“They would be more than aware that someone who had freely travelled to both the US and UK before would have a greater chance of boarding a plane with explosives than someone without that history.”

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