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“American Taliban” John Walker Lindh is back in the Jihad,’ after his release, Rob O’neill says

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Navy SEAL Rob O’neill says that John Walker Lindh was just a more radicalized during his time in prison.

John Walker Lindh, who is considered the “American Taliban”, certainly you will go back to terrorism after his release from prison on Thursday, a retired Navy Seal Rob O’neill said.

O’neill, known for the participation in the raid that killed that former Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, told Fox News that viewers could mark “[his] words” on the allegation that Lindh would “again in the Jihad.”

“Well, he is, according to Northern Virginia, where it is said a lot of bad imams, the “bad apples”,” O’neill while he was on “The Daily Briefing.”

He, too, called Lindh a “smart guy” who happened to believe in a certain ideology. Lindh said he would not change his mind, because the USA treated him well.

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“They believe that the Caliphate of faith here and then you will be in Paradise. And this is where they all go,” he said of the terrorists beliefs.

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Lindh was released from prison after serving 17 years for the participation and support of the Taliban. In front of the Sept. 11 attacks, he traveled to Afghanistan to convert to Islam.

O’neill told Fox News host Dana Perino, that the nation is still not hard enough, hard against the radicalisation of young people.

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“We are also light, and we want to make sure that it is a peaceful religion,” he said, referring to perceptions of Islam. “For the most part, it is a peaceful religion, but it is definitely a radicalized part … they are not cracking down. You do this in the prisons, and the radical ideology is the track in it for the long.”

According to O’neill, the victory over terrorism would not act, with the help of peaceful Muslims, only military come.

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