A young Army veteran was on his way to play golf with his father in San Jose when out of nowhere he was struck by a driver going over 100mph. Thinking it was an accident, an off-duty officer ran to check on the driver. However, he was horrified to find it was intentional after the Muslim suspect casually uttered 7 chilling words.
Scott Alcala served in Afghanistan during the war on terror, heroicly combatting Islamic militants. Of course, he thought he’d left the battle against terroristic ideology overseas when he returned home to Fresno, California. Unfortunately, that same religious devotion that compels so many Muslims to take the violent commands of the Quran seriously found him where he least expected.
KMPH reports that Alcala was traveling from Fresno to San Jose when a car going at least 100mph intentionally swerved and hit his vehicle, causing him to swerve into oncoming traffic. Miraculously, Alcala survived with minor injuries and no one else was hit. However, it was the driver’s response that takes this collision case to a terrifying level.
An off-duty police officer, who just happened to be in the right place at the right time, rushed over to the driver. Incredibly, he wasn’t harmed but seemed oddly satisfied with his life-threatening actions. The driver, identified as Ameer Abbaf Fakhraldin, took one look at the officer and casually admitted, “It was in the name of Allah.”
Alcala said, “The off-duty police officer went to talk to the other driver of his vehicle and as he approached him, he said, ‘Are you alright? That was way too fast. You shouldn’t have been driving that fast,’ and (the driver) said, ‘I did it on purpose. It was in the name of Allah.”
Although reports show that Fakhraldin was traveling at least 100mph at the time of the collision, the Muslim suspect boasts that his speed was 200mph. The incident became increasingly bizarre when Fakhraldin explained his reasoning behind the case of sudden jihad syndrome, which is why Alcala is calling the attack an act of terrorism and is demanding the man be taken off the streets before he succeeds in killing someone.