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University Hires Convicted Al Qaeda Terrorist! [VIDEO]

Campus Reform
Written by Campus Reform

George Washington University has hired a convicted terrorist and former al Qaeda recruiter to join its distinguished faculty as a research fellow at none other than its Center for Cyber and Homeland Security.
Students were divided in their opinions on the matter, with some expressing concern that Jesse Morton might not truly be “reformed.”
Some students, though, welcomed Morton’s hiring, predicting that he would add to the intellectual diversity on campus.

George Washington University has hired a convicted terrorist and former al-Qaeda recruiter to join its distinguished faculty as a research fellow at none other than its Center for Cyber and Homeland Security.

Indeed, one of his new superiors told CNN that Jesse Morton, formerly known by his terrorist name of Younus Abdullah Muhammad, brings a “unique perspective” to the field by having once pleaded guilty to using his leadership role in the “Muslim Revolution” to solicit murder and place death threats on the creators of South Park.

Morton even once called the man who murdered 13 people in Fort Hood, Texas, “an officer and a gentleman” before being sentenced to 11 years in prison—only 3 of which he actually served.

Now, though, GW’s administration has declared Morton a perfect fit for its homeland security center because he has apparently had a change of heart and brings an insider’s view to the dangers of radicalization…

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Campus Reform, a project of the Leadership Institute, is America's leading site for college news.
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