Muslim migrant imam jailed in Italy tells guards: “We will go into your houses and kill you and eat your corpses”

Monday, January 14, 2019
By Paul Martin

BY ROBERT SPENCER
JIHADWATCH.ORG
JAN 14, 2019

Charming guy. “‘We began to keep an eye on him after he threatened an officer,’ the NIC officer said and noted that the Tunisian had also liked a video on Facebook celebrating the death of Christians.”

The imam Mahmoud Jebali sounds as if he would be a superb candidate for “dialogue” with Pope Francis. The Pope and the Catholic hierarchy insist that “dialogue” is the only way to end the jihad, so we can only hope that that most learned of imams, the Roman Pontiff himself, is on his way now to Padua so as to have tea with Mahmoud Jebali and explain to him that authentic Islam and the proper reading of the Qur’an reject every form of violence.

“He had never had a quiet attitude, he was controversial and arrogant with the agents, he had begun to intensify his religious practice so much that he became a charismatic leader for other Muslim prisoners. ‘The Friday prayer ceremony was held in his cell and he dressed in the typical tunic of an imam,’ they added.”

Why was this allowed to happen? How long will authorities look the other way as prisons all over the West are hotbeds of jihad recruitment?

“‘I Will Kill You and Eat Your Corpses’: Deported Radical Imam Told Prison Guards,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, January 13, 2019:

Tunisian radical imam Mahmoud Jebali, who is set for deportation after coming to Italy as an illegal immigrant, threatened to kill prison officers.

The 31-year-old imam came to Italy illegally through the port in Lampedusa and was well-known to police having committed several violent crimes in the past. Italian authorities initially jailed him on a conviction for robbery but were finally able to expel him to Tunisia this week, Il Giornale reports.

While in a prison in Padua, the Tunisian is said to have become a leader among the radical Muslims with an officer from the Central Investigation Unit of the Penitentiary Police (NIC) saying, “He had never had a quiet attitude, he was controversial and arrogant with the agents, he had begun to intensify his religious practice so much that he became a charismatic leader for other Muslim prisoners.”

“The Friday prayer ceremony was held in his cell and he dressed in the typical tunic of an imam,” they added.

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