“American Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh will be released from prison next month after agreeing to strict restrictions on his internet use, communications and travel.”
Unless Lindh is on 24-hour watch, he can easily violate these restrictions. “According to recent court filings obtained by NBC News, Judge T.S. Ellis III has barred Lindh from communicating with anyone online in any language other than English.” How can that possibly be enforced?
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“Lindh also will not be permitted to watch any video content related to terrorism.”
But what about videos related to the Islamic teachings that led him to embrace jihad terrorism in the first place?
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It would be folly to think that Lindh will not take advantage of any opportunity to violate the conditions of his release: he has expressed support for the Islamic State (ISIS) and advocates for the global jihad. Nonetheless, as Jihad Watch has previously predicted, Lindh “will likely become a hero of the Muslim victimhood circuit in the U.S., speaking at CAIR and ISNA conferences, demonizing the United States and slyly recruiting for jihad.”
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