Several Boston-area terror suspects, including the man killed by police earlier this month as he allegedly sought to behead cops and two alleged associates, have frequently attended sermons given by firebrand imam whose message to the faithful doesn't match the conciliatory tone he struck when contacted by FoxNews.com.
Imam Abdullah Faaruuq, of the Mosque for the Praising of Allah in Roxbury, Mass., has been seen on videos of his fiery sermons exhorting worshipers to commit acts of violence in the name of Islam. In videos of Faaruuq preaching, the former Northeastern University chaplain appears to skirt the line between metaphor and incitement.
"You must grab onto the rope, grab onto the typewriter, grab onto the shovel, grab onto the gun and the sword," he railed in one video reviewed by FoxNews.com. "Don't be afraid to step out into this world and do your job."