THE FEDERAL Bureau of Investigation has foiled yet another Jihadi plot — which would have been the worst attack on U.S. soil since 9/11. Three Jihadis planned to simultaneously blow themselves up at three different locations on New York subways at rush hour, in order to kill as many non-Muslims as possible.
The three were trained in Pakistan. Suspicious e-mails tipped off intelligence officers and launched "Operation High Rise," an FBI investigation that had to come together within days. Agents scrambled as one of the suicide bombers sped toward New York, armed with about two pounds of a powerful explosive.
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