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Here in the U.S. law enforcement is tracking a cleric who they say is influencing ISIS followers from his home in Michigan. Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues looked into how social media is inspiring jihad because it is very easy to go on YouTube. Ahmad Musa Jibril is a Palestinian American cleric whose extreme views caught the attention of U.S. law enforcement. His alleged call for jihad in 2005 led federal prosecutors to describe him as a man who encouraged his students to spread Isl...
- Jeff Pegues
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