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A Pakistani-born Florida man repeatedly posted detailed bomb-making instructions and messages of support online for would-be ISIS attackers, according to the FBI.
Tayyab Tahir Ismail, 33, is accused of posting the illegal orders on at least five occasions between July and September.
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The FBI say Ismail, of Pembroke Pines also did searches on how to build bombs and included step-by-step instructions on building a suicide vest.
One message Ismail is accused of sharing online read: 'You are surrounded by methods to hit them. Kill the devil's soldiers without hesitation. Make them bleed even in their own homes.
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'There are plenty of methods to attack my brother.'
He also once lived with James Medina, who is serving a 25-year prison sentence for plotting to blow up a South Florida synagogue and Jewish school, according to the affidavit.
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Ismail, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Pakistan, shared a home with Medina in 2016 while he planned an attack.
The affidavit reads: 'On the day Medina attempted to bomb the synagogue, Ismail learned of Medina's plans to move forward and conduct the attack, but he...
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