It closes with "Inshallah", God willing, "the sounds of the bombs will be heard in the streets".
If convicted, he would have to spend the rest of his life behind bars. The journal ended with the message "Death to your oppression", according to court filings. "This is part of our constituent services".
There also were laudatory references to Osama bin Laden, Anwar al-Awlaki - the American-born Muslim cleric who was killed in a 2011 drone strike and whose preaching has inspired other acts of violence - and Nidal Hasan, the former Army officer who went on a deadly shooting rampage in 2009 at Fort Hood, Texas, the complaints said.
The news comes amid the 2016 presidential elections in the U.S.in which Republican nominee Donald Trump has been using Islamophobic and racist rhetoric to gain support with such proposals as a ban on all Muslims entering the U.S. Thus many expect him to capitalize on the recent attacks to gain momentum against his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. Rahami is held on $5.2 million (4.65 million euros) bail.
Rahmani remains hospitalized with gunshot wounds.
It was not clear from the FBI's statement how the contact between the elder Rahami and the FBI began.
Rahami has been charged in federal court with planting those devices and several more in two locations in New Jersey. More officers joined in a battle that spilled into the street.
An eBay account linked to Rahami bought a precursor chemical used in explosives, circuit boards and ball bearings that matched the explosives and remnants collected at the crime scenes, the documents said.
Another bomb exploded harmlessly in a New Jersey seaside town earlier the same day. He said it was a routine inquiry to ask for the status. "You get off the plane, and you're in Elizabeth", he said in a telephone interview. Neither the FBI nor Customs and Border Patrol added Rahami's name to the vast US government terrorism database, the agencies claimed. The group is putting Parker up in a hotel and an online fundraising campaign has raised thousands for him and a friend.
He will be transported to Manhattan to face the charges, said federal prosecutors in New York.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Wednesday Rahami would face terror charges in New York first, and that the Department of Justice planned to bring him to the city "in the near future". A grand jury declined to indict Ahmad Rahami after his sister recanted her accusation that he had stabbed her. She said Rahami was taken to a local hospital for treatment and had surgery. One of the New York City bombs didn't explode, and the FBI on Wednesday issued a poster showing two men who investigators want to talk to.
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Actuellement, la quasi-totalité de la province de Deir-Ezzor est contrôlée par l'EI, y compris la capitale provinciale éponyme. La Russie a ensuite accusé " l'opposition modérée " en Syrie d'avoir fait échouer la trêve en Syrie .
"He sent an email to my office from Pakistan, and he had said to me that he had been in Pakistan since April 2013 and we received the email on March 2014", Sires told CNN.
Officials said Ahmad Rahami spent two months in jail, but the case collapsed when a family member recanted the stabbing allegation.
The bloody notebook was pierced by a bullet during the shootout with police.
Rahami and his family are from Afghanistan. Sepulveda said he was unaware of any complaints about Rahami's conduct.
Rahami is accused of setting three bombs, one in Seaside Park, New Jersey, and two in Manhattan.
Waters said the men who removed the bomb from the bag were "very lucky" they weren't hurt.
On the morning of September 19, Bains unlocked the door of his deli when he noticed Rahami sleeping in a vestibule next to a tavern across the street. No one was injured.
According to law enforcement sources, Rahami's younger sister's cellphone contained a video of him "lighting the fuse" of a partially buried cylindrical object, followed by "a loud noise and flames, followed by billowing smoke".
Late Sunday night, five explosive devices were discovered in a trash can at an Elizabeth train station.
A federal law enforcement official told USA TODAY there was no immediate indication that the two men had any involvement in the terror plot.