Man Convicted Of Jihad Recruitment On American Soil

Had the article below read: “Charlotte man convicted of trying to recruit backers for white supremacist war on US soil,” it would be the headline of every major newspaper. But it is about jihad terror, the biggest threat to free nations today, and so it is not given due attention, despite the alarming news that “Erick Jamal Hendricks represents the significant online ISIS threat that we face daily.”

As evolved as the West is, it has not learned the lessons of history: that supremacism that is ignored, allowed to fester, and not allowed to be criticized (such as Islamic jihad activity), metastasizes to cause the worst harm to humanity.

Note also that “Hendricks was part of a group responsible for a thwarted terrorist attack in Garland, Texas,” at the “First Annual Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest.” Robert Spencer was co-organizer of this event. The shocking involvement of the FBI, with “an FBI agent was right there, following behind the jihadis, whom he had encouraged to ‘tear up Texas,’” is described HERE in an article about a follow-up lawsuit.


Erick Jamal Hendricks, 37, of Charlotte, was convicted this week of conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), a designated foreign terrorist organization.

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