France: “Moderate Muslim” publishes Islamic State propaganda on Facebook from prison

Facebook was doubtless too busy blocking and shadowbanning dissenters from the far-Left agenda to notice or care.

“French Inmate Accused of Publishing Islamic State Propaganda From Prison,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, November 4, 2018 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

A French inmate serving time in Tarascon prison has been accused by investigators of publishing propaganda for the Islamic State terror group using a smuggled phone.

The inmate, identified by his first name Amir, is said to have used a Facebook profile under the name Amiro Amiro to publish Islamic State videos on a phone that was allegedly smuggled into the prison by his sister, La Provence reports.

Amir’s sister has denied that she had smuggled the phone and SIM card used but records show that she had purchased them both.

Amir, who has been in prison since 2012, also denied posting Islamic State videos to the Facebook account, saying that he had shared the phone with other prisoners and only ever used it to send pictures to his family.

When asked directly about the posts Amir said that he was a moderate Muslim and went on to add, “I do not share this ideology, I do not endorse that.”

The 25-year-old, who has been in prison for six years after convictions and reports of violence, theft, drugs, and an allegation of rape, is now scheduled for release in a matter of days but insists he has worked to rehabilitate himself….

According to a report from France’s Minister of Justice Nicole Belloubet earlier this year an estimated 450 radical Islamic extremists are set for release from French prisons by the end of 2019, 50 of whom are considered terror threats.

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