Revolution Muslim (RM) was an organization based in
They operated both on their website "RevolutionMuslim.com" and through street preaching and protests. They frequently protested outside the
The website was eventually shut down on November 2010, shortly after the arrest of one of the leaders. One of the leaders announced the group was reforming as a new organization called "Islam Policy", to be a think tank on Islamic issues.  He was operating the website for Islam Policy from Morocco.
By November, 2013, Jesse Curtis Morton,
The group of 5–10 members was co-founded in 2007 and run by two American converts to Islam, Yousef al-Khattab (born Joseph Leonard Cohen) and Jesse Curtis Morton (who used the pen-name) Younes Abdullah Mohammed , who said their spiritual leader was
In addition to propagandizing via the website and blogs, the group has distributed anti-Israeli literature and regularly protested outside moderate mosques in New York City.
 The mosques have called the police several times because of RM activities, but its members have not caused violence at the mosques.
 The website also served as a source for threats against Jews and Jewish organizations, particularly from al-Khattab.
 Legal and law enforcement officials in the US monitored the group, and described its activities at the time as protected by the
In December 2009, al-Khattab expressed support on the website for
In April 2010, Abdullah as-Sayf Jones publicly left the group; he announced having become a practitioner of
In April 2010, Revolution Muslim posted a statement on its blog from
On October 30, 2013, al-Khattab pleaded guilty to using his position as a leader of the "Revolution Muslim" websites to use the Internet to place others in fear of serious bodily injury. This related to postings made in January 2009, in which he encouraged visitors to the website to seek out the leaders of Jewish Federation chapters in the U.S. and "deal with them directly at their homes." Al-Khattab gave the names and addresses of synagogues in New York and another Jewish organization in Brooklyn. He also posted maps and directions to various Jewish facilities, and a link to