People who don’t implement Sharia, even if they’re Muslim, they’re considered infidels and we should kill them and we should defend our lands and implement Sharia.”
MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) – Family members of a Minnesota man connected to young people who allegedly attempted to fight for ISIS, say he frequently expressed radical beliefs about religious Jihad.
Amir Meshal, 32, is on the government’s “No-Fly” list, and as the FOX 9 Investigators revealed, recently got his Class A Commercial Drivers License, which will allow him to drive large semi-trucks.
Meshal’s cousin, Tony Osman, recalled a non-stop road trip the two made from Minnesota to New Jersey two years ago for a family funeral.
“He said Jihad is the greatest and highest and best thing you can do in Islam. And the best deed equaled by none,” Osman recalled. “On the car ride, Amir was listening to Blind Sheikh and Osama Bin Laden. Video tapes on his handheld device connected through the speakers. They were lectures and promoting Jihad.”