Airline mechanic accused of plane sabotage may have ties to ISIS


American Airlines Boeing 737-800

On July 17, an American Airlines Boeing 737-800 was approaching the departure runway in Miami and powering up its engines. Then the crew got an error message and aborted the takeoff.

A mechanic named Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani later admitted to federal agents that he tampered with the plane. He said he was upset about an impasse over a union contract and wanted the flight to be delayed or canceled so he could get overtime work. 

Now prosecutors say Mr. Alani had videos on his cellphone that showed mass murders committed by the Islamic State. They also allege that he wished Allah would harm non-Muslims and that he has a brother in Iraq who may be involved with ISIS. A federal judge denied bail to Mr. Alani, stating that the mechanic may be “very sympathetic to terrorists.” 

Al-Qaida’s leader issued a call on September 11 for Muslims to attack targets in the US, Europe, Israel, and Russia. And ISIS claims to have conducted more than 1,800 attacks in the first half of 2019. 

Here’s the part of the story you won’t read in today’s news: during these years that the Islamic narrative has been dominated by radical jihadists, more Muslims have come to Christ than ever before in Islamic history. But their stories and even their names are unknown to most of us. 

350,000 Bibles for oil field workers 

God is at work in good times and in hard times. 

Amid the historic energy boom in the Permian Basin of West Texas, ministers are giving away Bibles and sharing their testimonies with oil field workers coming to their area in record numbers. One such ministry has distributed more than 350,000 copies of Bibles customized for oil workers around the world. 

One worker picked up a Bible and later told the minister what happened as a result: “I went home last night, read all of the Gospel of John. My wife did the same thing. We both got on our knees right there in the house and accepted…

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