Lock this piece of crap up, or deport him with a drone strike planned for his eventual demise.
Dearborn Michigan is a hotbed of Islamofascism in the USA. It’s definitely not the same place I left it in 1985.
Dearborn cleric cited as most inspirational leader for militants from West in Syria
Using social media sites, Ahmad Jibril of Dearborn has built up a following among fighters who look to him for religious guidance. Syria’s rebels and its government agreed to a cease-fire on Friday in the battleground city of Homs, shown, to allow hundreds of fighters to evacuate. / 2012 photo by Associated Press
Ahmad Jibril has more than 23,000 followers on Twitter and 211,000 Facebook likes.
Jibril’s social networking
A report titled “#Greenbirds: Measuring Importance and Influence in Syrian Foreign Fighter Networks,” released by the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence in London, created a database of 190 fighters from the West (Europe, the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand). Among the fighters surveyed:
■ 21% liked Ahmad Jibril on Facebook, the highest of any leader.
■ 60% followed Jibril on Twitter, also the highest.
■ 78% of Jibril’s Facebook likes are with two groups related to al-Qaida: ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusrah.
■ 86% of Jibril’s Twitter followers are with ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusrah.
Just a few weeks after he was released from federal prison in March 2012 on fraud convictions, Dearborn cleric Ahmad Jibril told his followers in a fiery sermon posted online:
“When your brothers in Syria speak, everyone today needs to shut their mouth and listen, because they’re proving themselves to be real men.”
Jibril’s talk was the beginning of a number of videos and online comments that have made him an internationally known inspirational figure for militants in Syria. Over the past two years, Jibril has become the most popular religious leader online for Westerners who’ve joined the battle against the Syrian government, according to a new report by a security center in England.