A failed Islamic terrorist attack in Pennsylvania

PJ Media:
Multiple law enforcement agencies are investigating a shooting spree in Pennsylvania's state capital of Harrisburg earlier today.

According to the area district attorney, it appears there were three sites where 51-year-old Ahmed Amin El-Mofty intentionally engaged police. One Pennsylvania State Trooper was injured.
To recap, according to DA Marsico: @fox43
#1: 4pm, 3rd/State, suspect shoots at Capitol Police car, officer unhurt
#2: 5th/Market, suspect shoots at PSP car, female officer minor injuries but not wounded
#3: 6pm, 17th/Mulberry, suspect & police exchange gunfire, suspect killed

— Felix Rodrigues Lima (@FelixReports) December 23, 2017
The suspect was eventually shot and killed by police. Possible explosives were found on his body, which a bomb squad had to render inert.

El-Mofty has been identified as a naturalized U.S. citizen originally from Turkey.

He had reportedly recently taken a trip to the Middle East.

Perhaps related, ISIS supporter Jalil Aziz was sentenced to 12 years in prison today in Harrisburg.

Jalil Ibn Ameer Aziz Sentenced for Conspiracy to Provide Material Support and Resources to a Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization and Transmitting a Communication Containing a Threat to Injure https://t.co/BT1ezdxTc3

— Justice Department (@TheJusticeDept) December 20, 2017
No motive has been identified for today's shootings as yet, but authorities nationwide and across the globe are on high alert for terror attacks during the Christmas holiday.
They are still trying to commit murder and thankfully they are not as effective as in the past.  I will be looking for more details on the nature of this man's immigration from Turkey.  What was his purpose for immigrating to this country?

This attack also coincides with a thwarted attack planned for San Francisco by a Muslim convert.  Where are these guys being taught to attempt mass murders against non-Muslims?


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