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3 men arrested in alleged ISIS-inspired plot targeting New York City

3 men arrested in alleged ISIS-inspired plot targeting New York City

El Bahnasawy and Haroon allegedly communicated with an undercover officer posing as an ISIS supporter about their plot and declared their allegiance to ISIS in the communications, according to investigators.

There is no sign that the terrorist group participated in the planning.

The men also allegedly made plans to carry out mass shootings at concert venues.

The three men could find themselves behind bars in perpetuity.

Haroon allegedly planned to carry out the attacks with El Bahnasawy.

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NY was the target of the September 11, 2001 attacks that killed almost 3,000 people and led the USA to launch an open-ended "war on terror" that included invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq and military operations in a number of other countries.

"We need a really strong bomb", El Bahnasawy was quoted as saying, according to court documents. El Bahnasawy said in one message.

In a communication in April 2016, El Bahnasawy introduced himself to the undercover agent, saying, "I'm one of the guys from the USA project", according to one complaint. "That's how Paris guys did it", the papers said.

A few days later, Haroon told the agent the subway was the "perfect" target - and they should gun down as many straphangers as possible, including "women or kids", the complaint said.

Klaver said terrorism investigations require a balance "between protecting the integrity of the investigation and letting the public know the vital information they need to determine whether or not they feel safe going to a particular venue".

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He adding that "I wanna kill... them in thousands", the charges state. Leave no one standing'.

Around May 7, El Bahnasawy bought some 40 pounds of hydrogen peroxide, a primary ingredient in TATP (triacetone triperoxide), an explosive commonly used in improvised bombs.

Haroon, then, told the covert operator that he saw the metro as a "flawless" assault for the Ramadan assault, and that they should shoot however many prepare riders as could reasonably be expected before setting off suicide vests. Salic, a 37-year-old resident of the Philippines, is accused of financing the plot by wiring money from the Philippines to Haroon and El Bahnasawy. He wired just over $400 in mid-May to support the attacks. New York City was the site of the deadliest terror attack in USA history, the 9/11 hijackings in 2001 that left nearly 3,000 people dead.

Three men have been arrested in three different countries after they allegedly plotted to "create the next 9/11", federal prosecutors revealed today after unsealing a case first brought more than a year ago.

El Bahnasawy was arrested in May 2016, Haroon in September 2016 and Salic in April of this year, according to court documents.

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