Friday, February 5, 2016


According to reports, Julio “Assad” Pino, an associate professor of history at Kent State University, is accused of not just pledging allegiance to the terror group, but also of trying to recruit students to join ISIS, Steve Doocy said on Fox and Friends.

In a 2014 “open letter” to “academic friends of Israel,” he accused pro-Israel members of the academic community as being “directly responsible for the murder of over 1,400 Palestinian children, women and elderly civilians.” He signed that letter “Jihad until victory!”

He also shouted “Death to Israel” during a presentation by a former Israeli official in 2011, eulogized a Palestinian suicide bomber in the Kent Stater and allegedly posted jihad-promoting messages on a jihad website in 2007.

The call to join ISIS from Pino's purported Facebook page was just one of many troubling posts.

"Pushes his personal views WAY too much," one student wrote. "Stay away from him. Awful professor."

In August 2012, the account posted a photo of Pino standing in front of the U.S. Capitol Building. A comment below the picture from Pino's account said, "I come to bury D.C., not to praise it."

Ryan Mauro, a National Security Analyst for the Clarion Project, called some of the postings "smoking gun material."

"Anyone that is a supporter of ISIS needs to be considered an imminent threat," Mauro told "If I was a student there, I would not go on campus, personally."

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