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American media, quoting security sources, confirmed that the perpetrator of the attack on the Congress building was named Noah R. Green, a young man in twenty-five years old.
The suspect in the Capitol attack describes himself on his Facebook page as a follower of Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam, who promoted the suspect of anti-whites in America.
The suspect was identified, after being shot by the Capitol Police, by two law enforcement officials and a congressional official.
And Noah Green, who hails from Indiana, has posted on Facebook letters and articles written by Furqan and Elijah Muhammad, who led the Nation of Islam from 1934 to 1975, that discussed the decline of America.
Two law enforcement officials confirmed that the Facebook page, which was removed on Friday, belonged to the attacker, and Noah Green posted a post on Facebook about his personal struggles, especially during the pandemic.
“Frankly, the last few years have been difficult, and the last few months have been more difficult,” Noah wrote. “I have taken some of the most unimaginable exams of my life. “I am now unemployed, after I quit my job, partly because of the pain.”
Noah also touched on his page about “the end of time” and the emergence of the Antichrist. On March 17th, he posted a photo of a donation he had given to a Nation of Islam branch in Norfolk, Virginia, along with a video clip of Farqan’s speech entitled “The Divine Destruction of America.”
Later that day, he encouraged his friends to join him in studying the teachings of Furqan and Elijah Muhammad, the Nation of Islam, a black nationalist movement that advocates for the theory of self-superiority of African Americans.
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