(FOX NEWS) A self-professed jihadist who threatened online to commit a "Fort Hood-inspired" act of terror was weeks away from reporting for basic training when the military learned of his radicalism - which had apparently been on display for months in online posts where he praised Usama bin Laden and pledged to die for radical Islam.
The man identified in an FBI-sourced alert as "Booker, also known as Muhammad Abdullah Hassan" appears to be the same person who wrote of his jihadist aspirations, cheered on the murder of American troops in Iraq and praised the Al Qaeda terror boss in posts stretching back months, FoxNews.com has learned.
“Getting ready to be killed in jihad is a HUGE adrenaline rush! I am so nervous," read a March 19 post on the Facebook page authorities believe belonged to the subject of the alert. "NOT because I’m scared to die but I am EAGER to meet my lord.”
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