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March 20, 2011

Re: Tweeting Jihad at McGill University: 'I want to shoot everyone in this room' 'I should have brought an M16'

Topics: Understanding Islam

As Pamela Geller points out at Atlas Shrugs, these tweets are not from Gaza or Beirut or Tehran or any other hotbed of anti-Americanism or Jew hatred outside the U.S. ... they're from one of the universities in North America that are "hotbeds of anti-American Islamic fundamentalism":

A McGill University student is under investigation by police after he allegedly made death threats using his Twitter account.

The student, Haaris Khan, was watching a documentary screened by the Conservative Party's campus arm, Conservative McGill, when he appeared to become increasingly agitated and expressed himself on Twitter using his BlackBerry.

"I've infiltrated a Zionist meeting. I feel like I'm at a Satanist ritual," he allegedly wrote at the March 8th screening. "I want to shoot everyone in this room," another tweet said. "Never been this angry."

The tweets call the documentary a "Zionist/Conservative propaganda film" and the gathering, which attracted about 20 students, "a secret Zionist convention."
Then: "I should have brought an M16."
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Posted by Richard at March 20, 2011 11:13 AM

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