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Texas: Devout Muslim migrant jihadi freed from prison, now charged with plotting jihad for ISIS while incarcerated

Just released from federal prison after serving the better part of a decade behind bars for allegiances made with jihadi fighters in Somalia in 2009, convicted terrorist Mohamed Ibrahim Ahmed is now alleged to be providing support to the terrorist organization typically referred to as ISIS while in Beaumont, prosecutors contend in new charges unsealed in court this past week.

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Adult-Onset Islam: The Case of Prison Conversions

Demographic jihad is not just occurring in our countries because of the Muslim immigrants allowed so heedlessly into the West, nor because, once in our countries, Muslims tend to have far more children than do non-Muslims. There is also the phenomenon of conversion. And one of the most fertile places for such conversion-to-Islam efforts are our prisons.

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First PHOTOS: London jihad murderer converted to Islam in jail

Another prison hatched jihadi. The violent, broken and disenfranchised are easy prey for imams and Muslim gangs who intimidate and harass inmates to convert to Islam. And while priests and rabbis make perfunctory visits to attend their incarcerated flock, imams, on the other had, come twice or thrice weekly and institute dawah programs, activities and smuggle contraband in order to actively recruit to Islam.

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Muslim Convert Who Bought Guns for San Bernardino Jihad-Terrorists PLANNED OTHER ATTACKS Gets PLEA DEAL

25 years of prison dawah.

Acts of war, — jihad attacks — should get the death penalty or at the least life at Gitmo. The idea that these Islamic attacks can be pleas bargained is madness. jihad terrorists aget three hot halals, Qurans and prayer meetings with co-religioniists where they ‘radicalize’, incite, and plot future attacks.

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“O Allah, Free the Muslim Prisoners”: U.S. NOT PREPARED for Convicted Jihadis Ending Their Prison Sentences

Jihad terror organizations such as al-Qaida and ISIS never forget their members. To them, going to prison is part of the pathway to paradise. Both groups’ leaders, Ayman al-Zawahri and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, spent considerable periods of time locked up. It did nothing to diminish their zeal, but rather, fueled their fervor. Often, as in their cases, what comes out of prison is worse than what went in.

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