NY jihadi's incriminating 911 call


<p><p>A harrowing 911 call captured a terror suspect with ties to Al Qaeda screaming a final prayer to Allah during a 100 mph suicide run across the Whitestone Expressway.</p><p>“There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger!” defendant Adis Medunjanin howls in Arabic during the 33-second recording from January 2010.</p><p>The unrattled police operator replies, “Hello? Do you need the police, fire department or the ambulance?”</p><p>Medunjanin, 27, who survived the run, faces trial this April as a co-conspirator in a subway bombing plot set for the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.</p><p>He bolted from his Queens home in his Nissan Ultima within an hour after an NYPD detective detailed Medunjanin’s alleged ties to Al Qaeda and the bomb plot.</p><p>Officials believe he was trying to martyr himself when he flew down the roadway at 100 mph before slamming his car into another vehicle. Nobody was killed in the crash.</p><p>In the 911 recording, Medunjanin — the sound of traffic in the background — tells the operator, “This is Adis. We love ... we love death.”</p><p>“He wants to know what?” the operator replies.</p><p>“You love your life!” he shouts in Arabic. “There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger!”</p><p>The call goes dead after the operator asks for Medunjanin’s location.</p><p>Medunjanin, a Bosnian-born U.S. citizen, pleaded not guilty to charges in the plot. His attorney, Robert Gottlieb, opposed the public release of the 911 call from his client’s cell phone.</p><p>- NY Daily News</p></p>

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