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Title: South Carolina: Muslim teen plotted jihad murder of military personnel and civilians, juvenile board
Post by: rangerrebew on June 13, 2019, 10:14:48 AM
South Carolina: Muslim teen plotted jihad murder of military personnel and civilians, juvenile board released him

Jun 12, 2019 9:35 am By Robert Spencer 

He was sentenced to six years in juvenile detention 2015 for the earlier jihad plot, but was recently paroled. Did the parole board determine that he was no longer a risk to wage jihad? Apparently. But what was done while he was in juvi to disabuse him of his jihadist beliefs? Nothing at all, of course. To have attempted such a thing would have been “Islamophobic.” And now he will go to prison, and once again, the views that led him to wage jihad in the first place will not be challenged. If anything, they’ll be reinforced.

“He grew up in York and twice tried to join ISIS to kill Americans. Now comes prison.” by Andrew Dys, The Herald, June 11, 2019 (thanks to Robert):

 https://www.jihadwatch.org/2019/06/south-carolina-muslim-teen-plotted-jihad-murder-of-military-personnel-and-civilians-juvenile-board-released-him (https://www.jihadwatch.org/2019/06/south-carolina-muslim-teen-plotted-jihad-murder-of-military-personnel-and-civilians-juvenile-board-released-him)
Title: Re: South Carolina: Muslim teen plotted jihad murder of military personnel and civilians, juvenile b
Post by: bilo on June 13, 2019, 11:51:16 AM
This is a bit confusing. The article says he was paroled and then says he's going to prison.

If he's going to prison it's fine by me. Which is it?