The rising threat from 'jihobbyists' in the U.S.
By Tod Robberson
The Dallas Morning News
WASHINGTON — Around the United States, young Muslims increasingly are blogging and posting YouTube videos in support of al-Qaeda and violent radicalism. As long as their advocacy is limited to words and not deeds, law enforcement is limited from intervening.
Jarret Brachman, a former West Point terrorism expert and author of the book Global Jihadism, talks with us about the implications of this trend.
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