On Tuesday August 13, around 9:30 pm, Hamam Al-Hamid (who calls himself an "avid supporter of the Mujahideen and their servant in the media" on his Twitter profile) started a hashtag asking Tweeps for help coming up with "suggestions to develop Jihadi media."

J.M. Berger, editor of Intelwire.com, picked up on the Tweet and announced to the Twittersphere that "Al Qaeda" was looking for Jihad media suggestions. That's quite a stretch of imagination from the original Tweet. Personally, I picture Hamam as a 13-year-old pimple faced kid sitting in his mom's house having fun on the Internet. But regardless, that's when the troll Tweets started to fly in. Here's a look at some of our favorites:

Meanwhile, some people were taking the query seriously. This guy, for instance, was sad about how Jihadists don't have their own TV station.

(In English the Tweet reads: Daydreaming about what it would be like if Jihadis had a TV station to actually interview [the late al-Tawhid wal-Jihad leader Abu Musab] Zarkawi or show a video clip of an Iraqi Jihadist, or even air a show on how to make your own muffler.)


How To Troll a Jihadi Supporter on Twitter

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