Thursday, February 19, 2015

Copenhagen Attacks Renew Fears of Prison Radicalization

The fertile soil of prison has once again produced deadly fruit as in the case of Omar Abdel El-Hussein.  Just two weeks after release from a Danish prison, where he had been exposed to Islamic radicalization, he opened fire at  an free-speech seminar and a synagogue in Copenhagen killing two before being shot by police.
Omar Abdel El-Hussein
White House correspondent Susan Crabtree from the Washington Examiner outlines the current threat of ISIS and prison recruitment...

In his Facebook page just minutes before his attacks Omar, the son of Palestinian refugees, pledged his allegiance to ISIS and global jihad.