The Jihadist who attacked New York was inspired by dead global terrorist's. Quazi Nafis a 21 year old jihadist wanted to avenge Osama Bin Laden’s death and cause catastrophic damages to Americans. The intended target was only blocks away from the World Trade Center sight. Thursday, October 18, 2012 In my humbel opinion, allegedly, New York City -- Mr. Quazi Nafis, 21, is a Bangladeshi national and he was arrested yesterday for the charges of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and attempting to provide material support to Al Qaeda. During his arraignment he did not enter a plea. His court appointed attorney did not comment on his case. Nafis is being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. If convicted he could face a life sentence. There hasn’t been a date set for his indictment as of yet. January 2012 Quazi Nafis entered the U. S. on a student visa with no intention of going to school. Under the guise of being a student his main pursuit was to avenge Osama Bin Laden’s death by causing catastrophic death and destruction to Americans and killing himself by wearing a suicide bomber vest. He dropped out of school in his first semester at Southeast Missouri State University where he was studying Cyber Security he was pursuing a Security Degree. Quazi Nafis tried to recruit fellow jihadists on Facebook and one particular profile page looked interesting to him so he befriended a fellow jihadist who just happened to be an undercover FBI agent. July 6, 2012 Quazi Nafis told his Facebook jihadist friend, the FBI undercover agent, he wanted to recruit others for “Martyrdom.” October 17, 2012 Quazi Nafis met with the FBI undercover agent to assemble a 1000-pound bomb and blow up the Federal Reserve Bank in downtown Manhattan. Nafis left his apartment in Jamaica, Queens and the FBI undercover agent was with him. They drove a van to a warehouse where they loaded the back of the van with twenty 50 pounds sacks of Ammonia Nitrate. He put them in trash cans inside the van and covered them with a tarp. The undercover agent drove the van to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York while Quazi Nafis was in the back assembling the detonators and attaching them to the bomb. They parked the van out front of the building and got out and went to the nearby Millennium Hotel where Nafis made a video of himself he called “Message of a “Martyr” and he said, “We will not stop until we attain a victory or martyrdom.” Then he picked up the cell phone and made a call attempting to set the bomb off. He made two attempts before the FBI and Joint Terrorist Task Forced popped his bubble and arrested him. Rep. Peter King (R-NY) Homeland Security Committee Chairman said, “He was a very strong supporter of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula which operates out of Yemen. So, he did make references to himself to know people in Al Qaeda.” At first Nafis had two plans he wanted to not only blow up the van of explosives but to also strap on a suicide vest and blow himself up in another significant location. His friend the FBI undercover agent convinced him it would be better to stay alive and watch the fireworks and kill another day. So he scrapped the second plan. Quazi Nafis idols were: Anwar al Awlaki who was an Al-Qaeda global jihadist and he was killed in Yemen but was born in Texas, USA. The ACLU is suing the federal government for his death because he was an American. (a sticky situation) LINK Quazi Nafis developed enough hatred towards the United States that he felt he had to fulfill a mass killing mission in America. Nafis was a disciple of Osama Bin Laden and in fact referred to Osama Bin Laden as our beloved. He had written an article for a jihadist’s magazine called “Inspire” hoping to get it published. The magazine recruited young people who wanted to be followers of Osama Bin Laden and Anwar al Awlaki even after death. Anwar al Awlaki is the one who came up with Inspire magazine for jihadists. Anwar al Awlaki’s DVD’s on the internet also inspired him. Quazi Nafis was quoted describing his plans by saying, “Something big very, very, very, big that will shake the whole country, that will make us one step closer to run the whole world. I want to do something that brother’s coming after us can be inspired by us." SOURCE: Watched Cable FOX NEWS .