Alabama: Muslim Sentenced to 15 Years & Lifetime Supervised Release for Islamic State (ISIS) Involvement

That’s right, in Alabama. Source: Alabama Man Sentenced to 15 Years for ISIS Involvement – Alabama News

Aziz Ihab Sayyed, 23, of Huntsville, was sentenced today to 15 years in prison followed by lifetime supervised release for attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), a designated foreign terrorist organization.

Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers, U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town for the Northern District of Alabama, and Special Agent in Charge Johnnie Sharp Jr. of the FBI’s Birmingham field office, made the announcement after sentencing by U.S. District Judge Abdul K. Kallon.

“Aziz Sayyed was inspired by ISIS to kill or harm Americans and he has earned every bit of his prison term,” said U.S. Attorney Town.  “This case, and this investigation, serves as the gold standard for what is possible when federal, state and local law enforcement agencies work together.  The FBI did an outstanding job ensuring this investigation was successful by cultivating those layers of law enforcement necessary in cases like this.”

Sayyed pleaded guilty in March to the terrorism charge.  According to Sayyed’s plea agreement with the government, he attempted to provide services and personnel, namely himself, to ISIS.  He acknowledged that he bought bomb-building ingredients in 2017, that he stated his aspirations to conduct ISIS-inspired attacks on police stations and Redstone Arsenal in Alabama, and that he attempted to form a cell to conduct violent acts within the United States.

Between January and June of 2017 in Madison County, Sayyed, a U.S. citizen, obtained and viewed ISIS propaganda videos depicting ISIS forces committing bombings, executions by gunshot and beheading, and other violent acts.  Sayyed shared the videos and expressed his support for ISIS and for ISIS terrorist attacks around the world, according to his plea agreement.

Sayyed researched and learned how to make triacetone triperoxide (TATP), a highly volatile and extremely dangerous explosive material.  He then purchased the necessary ingredients for the explosive, and professed his aspiration to use TATP in an explosive belt or a car bomb.

On June 13, 2017, Sayyed met with an individual he understood to be an ISIS member.  In fact, the person was an undercover employee of the FBI.  Sayyed and the undercover employee discussed the danger of TATP, ISIS’s preference for the use of certain explosives, and Sayyed’s desire to assist ISIS, according to the plea agreement.  In that meeting, Sayyed offered to personally carry out attacks on behalf of ISIS.


As we noted in this post, his parents live in Kuwait so just how did he end up in Alabama? And:

When asked if he would ever participate in beheadings, Sayyed allegedly responded “is there any higher honor?”

The judge, Abdul Karim Kallon, from Sierra Leone – a country that is more than 78% Muslim, was nominated for a judge position by Obama not once, but twice.

Taxpayers are now on the hook for this Muslim terrorist’s lifetime supervision.

One thought on “Alabama: Muslim Sentenced to 15 Years & Lifetime Supervised Release for Islamic State (ISIS) Involvement

  1. Dawa Hilton for a few months followed by expensive and ineffective “supervision.” Hot & cold running hatemongering imams, special cuisine, group “prayer sessions” on demand. Slave trade in kafir inmates. Why can’t we do something effective, some time, just for a change?

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