Tamerlan Tsarnaev YouTube Profile has 'Terrorism' VIDEOS and Praises Islam & Allah; Boston Bomber Suspect Dead and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Manhunt Continues
on Apr 19, 2013 11:37 AM EDT
Details have surfaced about dead Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev and many are focused on the fact that the killed Chechnian has aYouTube profile with a playlist dedicated to terrorism and another for Islam.
Two video were posted under the "Terrorism" playlist five months ago, however, the videos are currently unable for showing because the YouTube account associated with the videos "has been terminated," according to the site.
Tamerlan created the YouTube profile in August of 2012. Under the "Islam" playlist are seven videos, some not in English that show photos with text on the screen and a voice reads off the words.
One of the English videos has a preacher saying, "Let's not ask Barbara Walters about how a Muslim women feel. Let's not ask CNN, Fox...non-Muslim women about how Muslim women feel. How they live, what are their principles what are their challenges. If you wanna be fair, ask a Muslim women."
"There is no one on this earth more beautiful than a Muslim women," the preacher added.
Tamerlan was very religious and spiritual. One of his "Favorite" YouTube videos was titled "Who is the Almighty ALLAH."
One photo in the gallery was captioned, "Tamerlan says he doesn't usually take his shirt off so girls don't get bad ideas: 'I'm very religious.' "
Another read, "Tamerlan says he doesn't drink or smoke anymore: 'God said no alcohol.' A muslim, he says: 'There are no values anymore,' and worries that 'people cannot control themselves.' "
The manhunt continues for Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, the 19-year-old brother of Tamerlan also suspected of being involved in the Boston Marathon shooting that took place on Monday. The two bomb explosions killed three people and injured more than 140.
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