“Disseminated ISIL’s violent rhetoric, circulated U.S. military personnel information, and explicitly called for the killing of American service members in their homes and communities. Now he will be held accountable”.
Allegations thrown at Terrence J. McNeil, 24 years old of Akron/Ohio, rendered in the last two decades a usual statement emitted in a judicial platform in the United States of America and several other major powers in the world.
The increased radicalism among young peoples across these countries has been on a sharp rise since the Allied forces have waged the so called “War on terrorism” in light of the terrorist attacks of the 21st of September 2001.
The recent ascendance to power of the extreme right wing populist Mr. Donald Trump and his cronies across Europe, has seen the intensification of the radical phenomenon to take unprecedented shapes and dimensions that will shape an unknown world for the generations to come in the 21st century.
Guilty he admits
The young American citizen has pleaded guilty to have been propagating and inciting Muslims in the U.S and across the world to exterminate United States Armed Forces personnel, as well releasing their private and military information on digital platforms to render the task easier to perform.
The social media review of the outlaw clearly indicated his affiliation to the globally feared radical militia Islamic State of Syria and Iraq, having posted numerous promotional material of the terrorist entity and released leaks of hundreds of U.S military personnel data.
Social Media devoted to Radical propaganda
His posts showed violence inciting quotes of religious scholars and controversial interpretations of Quran verses, stipulating: “O Brothers in America, know that the jihad against the crusaders is not limited to the lands of the [caliphate], it is a world-wide jihad and their war is not just a war against the Islamic State, it is a war against Islam”.
Another one said: “Kill them in their own lands, behead them in their own homes, stab them to death as they walk their streets thinking that they are safe”