Did Facebook and Twitter ban him, or were they too busy removing the platforms of foes of jihad terror?
Meanwhile, you will probably only hear about this here, yet if the roles were reversed and a non-Muslim terrorist had written that “the Muslims are set for dark days,” the international coverage would be intense and ongoing.
“Moroccan terror suspect held in Piedmont,” ANSA, March 30, 2018 (thanks to Insubria):
(ANSA) – Rome, March 30 – A Moroccan man residing in Italy was detained by Carabinieri police in a dawn raid in the northern region of Piedmont on Friday over alleged terror links.
The operation was related to a Rome probe into the “criminal activities” of Ilyass Hadouz, a 19-year-old resident in the Piedmont town of Fossano, and suspicions he is part of a terrorist association. Investigators believe the young Moroccan conducted “intense jihadist propaganda”, via a number of accounts on social media sites including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Hadouz is thought to have radicalised himself at home, via videos and extremist Islamist online chats.
“It’s depressing to die of old age,” he allegedly said via Facebook. “The unbelievers are set for dark days that will make their children’s hair turn white”. Friday’s is the latest in a string of operations targeting suspected Islamist terrorists this week….