(名詞) 同情激進的回教且對其感興趣、但本身並非回教激進組織成員的人。亦寫成 ji-hobbyist。
'Jihobbyists' are people drawn to the online theater of violent jihad, becoming increasingly radical as they delve deeper into Web forums. Colleen LaRose, also known as 'Jihad Jane,' is an example of this threat, according to counterterrorism experts.
—Michael B. Farrell, "Jihad Jane case suggests rising threat from online 'jihobbyists'," The Christian Science Monitor, March 19, 2010
The same holds true whether it's a group of "jihobbyists" praising the latest attack by Muslim extremists or the tiny weirdo fringe that thinks Timothy McVeigh was justified in blowing up the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.
—"Editorial: No heroism in Austin suicide attack," The Dallas Morning News, February 20, 2010