Photo Credit: St. Louis County Police / Twitter
Posted to Twitter in Ferguson, MO by St. Louis County Police: "Bricks thrown at police, 2 police cars burned, gun seized by police. Tonight was disappointing." Their motto is, "To protect and serve."

ISIS terrorists and those who support their activities are continuing to incite in tweets online after a violent night that left a police officer with a gunshot wound and resulted in two incinerated police cars and a dozen torched commercial buildings in Ferguson.

Demonstrations and riots spread to a dozen or more cities across the United States in what appeared to be a well-coordinated operation. Most of the marches and protests were peaceful gatherings that saw several hundred demonstrators, to several thousand who marched down New York City’s Seventh Avenue and gathered in the city’s iconic Times Square.


Inciting tweets that followed in response to the terror activist group’s post were gathered and distributed to media in a warning release by the Middle East Media Research Institute’s Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM) group. They include the following:

“The Islamic State never took Afro American as hostages, because they know that the #US media wouldn’t care #FergusonDecision ”

A photo of bare-chested black men with rough twine ropes coiled around their necks like slaves, provided by MEMRI JTTM.

“Every non-white family (indians,Hispanics,blacks) in the US has been experience & is experiencing Mike Brown tragedy-like for last 500+yrs.” (sic)

“March against tyranny and arm yourselves against the true terrorists of our time: The US Government.”

“Muslims stand by it’s black brothers and sisters. Your all welcome to Islamic State we will embrace you and love you. #WeRAllBlack #Ferguson” (sic)

“The strategy of #IslamicState is to eradicate the mentality of US terrorist that white man is better than black man. #Ferguson”


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Hana Levi Julian is a Middle East news analyst with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. A past columnist with The Jewish Press and senior editor at Arutz 7, Ms. Julian has written for, and other media outlets, in addition to her years working in broadcast journalism.
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