Tenured Jihadist Professor at Kent State Fired and Charged For Lying

Universities must pay a price for sheltering professors who support terrorism.

Julio Pino aka Assad Jibril Pino, had tenure at Kent State, and the university had No problem with him smearing America, shouting “Death to Israel”, calling Osama Bin Laden “the greatest”, nor even for his open support for terrorism. But now that the FBI has charged him for lying to them, as he told them that he didn’t know a Facebook friend of his by the name of “J.E.” who threatened to kill hundreds of people, the corrupt Kent State University has finally found a reason to part with him, if only to spare themselves trouble from the law. Here’s what Pino’s Facebook friend wrote about him:

“I f*****g love Julio Pino, even if he does eventually do something that most consider horrible, I’ll still love him because I know him in a deeper way than most of you even could.”

And not only did Pino refer to his students as “my little jihadists”, but he’s being investigated for recruiting for ISIS. Fortunately, at least some of his students have been willing to call him the “WORST professor I’ve ever had…pushes his personal views WAY too much. Stay away from him. Awful professor.”

Pino was given a faculty excellence award in 2003, even though by that point, he had written an op-ed in a student paper, urging children to become suicide bombers and kill innocent Jews. In a letter, he referred to a suicide bomber in Jerusalem as a “freedom bird” and “a shining star”. Pino was also given an academic award in 2010, even though he wrote for a pro-Al Qaeda website in 2007, a website with the stated objective of assisting violent jihadists in acts of terrorism. Pino has been with Kent State since 1992, and he received tenure in 1998. He converted to Islam in 2000, from communism, I imagine, as he studied “overthrowing the government” when he was a student at UCLA.

This bad guy was sheltered by the bad guys at Kent State University for over two decades, and they should pay a price for it.


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