ISIS PIZZA? If you live in Rochester, NY, you might inadvertently have been supporting Islamic terrorism


31-year-old AMERICAN MUSLIM Mufid Elfgeeh from Yemen, the owner of a Rochester, New York pizza shop, pleaded guilty in federal court to recruiting people to join the the Islamic State (ISIS).

According to his plea deal, Elfgeeh used a combination of three Twitter accounts, 23 Facebook accounts and one WhatsApp account, in an effort to “seek donations and declare his support for violent jihad and allegiance to the Islamic State and its leaders.” Elfgeeh was arrested in May 2014 and was one of the first American Muslims to be accused of recruiting for ISIS. He now faces more than 22 years in prison.