“I’m opening the doors for every youngster to enter America and f&$% with them,” said Malik Faisal Akram, the terrorist who held four people hostage in a Colleyville synagogue earlier this week, in a recording of a call between him and his brother, Gulbar, published by the Jewish Chronicle on Wednesday.
In the recorded call, Akram can be heard telling his brother that he demanded that Pakistani Al-Qaeda-affiliated Aafia Siddiqui, who is serving an 86-year prison sentence for multiple felonies, be released and brought to him.
“I’ve told them I’ll release these four guys, I’ll come on the yard, I’ll have a toe to toe with you. Shoot me dead, shoot her (Siddiqui) dead because I’m dead and she’s dead, she’s 84 years, right?”
“They come into our f&%$ing countries, rape our women and f$%# our kids and we can’t come in their countries and fuck with them?” shouted Akram, referring to the Taliban and the US’s war in Afghanistan. “I’m setting the precedent today…you’re not gonna get away with it any more, even if they don’t release Dr. Aafia, who gives a f$%&?”