Chattanooga Jihadist Mohammad Abdulazeez Kept a Blog – Wrote About Jihad (VIDEO)

Chattanooga Islamist Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez shot up two military offices leaving four U.S. Marines dead in Chattanooga today.
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Mohammad Youssef Abdulazeez shot four Marines dead today in Tennessee.

The killer posted this in his yearbook at Red Bank High School:

“My name causes national security alerts. What does yours do?
-Hijabman”

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He lashed out at Islamophobes.
Then murdered four Marines in a jihadist attack.

Then there’s this…
Abdulazeez kept a blog where he wrote two posts on July 13––just days ago––about his thoughts on Islam.
(His blog has since been deleted)
The Daily Beast reported:

The first post was entitled “A Prison Called Dunya,” referring to the temporal world. In it, Abdulazeez uses the hypothetical example of a prisoner who is told he would be given a test that would either take him out of his earthly prison—or send him into a more restrictive environment.

“I would imagine that any sane person would devote their time to mastering the information on the study guide and stay patient with their studies, only giving time for the other things around to keep themselves focused on passing the exam,” Abdulazeez wrote. “They would do this because they know and have been told that they will be rewarded with pleasures that they have never seen.”

This life is that test, he wrote, “designed to separate the inhabitants of Paradise from the inhabitants of Hellfire.”

The second post is called “Understanding Islam: The Story of the Three Blind Men.” It suggests Abdulazeez felt his fellow Muslims had a “certain understanding of Islam and keep a tunnel vision of what we think Islam is.”

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