Ingrate--not grateful for the new life offered to his parents in the U.S. from the "Palestinian" cesspools--his medical education paid for by American taxpayers, this "instant jihadist" repaid the U.S. Army and the country where he happened to be born in with mass murder.
Wearing his Moslem-Arab garb, this "officer" in the United States Army doesn't look like any American.
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"He was a 'good' American," his cousin claims. this "Palestinian" Arab Moslem born here in the US of "Palestinian Arab parents, who were let into the country and still are being brought in. Can we trust them and their offspring to turn into "good" Americans?
Any of them can revert to "instant jihad," where a Moslem turns to the koran to find out how to behave.
From ACT FOR AMERICA http://www.actforamerica.org/:
"Fort Hood jihad shooter handed out Korans the morning of his attack"
Will the "Establishment Media" Report the Truth?
The massacre at Ft. Hood yesterday has stunned and grieved America.
Everywhere people are asking questions. How could this happen on a secure military installation? What drove him to do it? Our heavy hearts go out to the families who have suffered this shocking loss.
What is not shocking is the spin the "establishment media" is trying to put on this horrific massacre. For instance, Fox News this morning interviewed a "criminal profiler" who asserted definitively that this attack had nothing to do with religion, that the man was "troubled." (In fairness to Fox News, they are at least raising the questions about jihadism as a motive.)
Others are suggesting he had some kind of post-traumatic stress syndrome — an insult to all our brave soldiers who have actually served in combat (Hasan hasn’t).
CAIR (the Council on American-Islamic Relations) immediately jumped into the fray last night, arguing that no religion or ideology could justify this, in spite of the hundreds of passages in Islam’s holy books calling for jihad against non-Muslims. (As our readers know, ACT! for America recently launched a petition calling for a government investigation of CAIR.)
What is largely being ignored is that Hasan was a devout Muslim. An internet post in his name earlier this year compared suicide bombers to soldiers who throw themselves on a grenade to save their comrades. A former colleague, Col. Terry Lee, recalls Hasan arguing "Muslims have the right to rise up against the U.S. military." Hasan passed out Korans the morning of the attack and "donated his furniture to anyone who would take it" (see story below). This certainly appears to be the actions of someone preparing for martyrdom.
The story below also notes that he once listed his nationality as "Palestinian" rather than America. Perhaps Hasan had emotional problems. But there appears to be an abundance of evidence that he was ideologically predisposed to do what he did yesterday. Survivors of the attack said Hasan shouted "Allahu Akbar*" before opening fire. The tragedy at Ft. Hood yesterday deeply grieves us and we mourn with those who are mourning. But the tragedy will only be deepened if a politically correct narrative is once again foisted on the American people.
After the succession of Islamist terror plots were recently foiled, many in the media and law enforcement said they could not find any "connection" between the plots — overlooking the obvious jihadist connection. When a Detroit imam was shot to death last week, law enforcement and many in the media went to great lengths to downplay any connection to militant Islam. And now we see the same pattern taking shape today, in the aftermath of this terrible tragedy.
Robert Spencer at Jihad Watch:
Major Nidal Malik Hasan, a U.S. Army psychiatrist, murdered twelve people and wounded twenty-one inside Fort Hood in Texas yesterday, while, according to eyewitnesses, "shouting something in Arabic while he was shooting."
Neighbors described Hasan as a quiet man who began wearing "Arabic clothing" in recent weeks. Edward Windsor, a neighbor, never suspected Hasan was in the Army. Hasan's rank surprised Windsor who would never have imagined an officer with a rank of major would have lived in an apartment that rents for $350 and houses soldiers ranked as private first class....
Nidal Malik Hasan was born in Virginia but didn't think of himself as an American: on a form he filled out at the Muslim Community Center in Silver Spring, Maryland, he gave his nationality not as "American" but as "Palestinian." A mosque official found that curious, saying: "I don't know why he listed Palestinian. He was not born in Palestine."
He is a graduate of Virginia Tech and has a doctorate in psychiatry from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. While there, NPR reports, Hasan was "put on probation early in his postgraduate work" and was "disciplined for proselytizing about his Muslim faith with patients and colleagues."
So he identified himself as Palestinian and was a devout Muslim - so what? These things, of course, have no significance if one assumes that Islam is a Religion of Peace and that when a devout Muslim reads the Koran's many injunctions to wage war against unbelievers, he knows that they have no force or applicability for today's world. Unfortunately, all too many Muslims around the world demonstrate in both their words and their deeds that they take such injunctions quite seriously. And Nidal Hasan gave some indications that he may have been among them.
--Robert Spencer, Jihad Watch
More Jihad Watch on the Ft. Hood shooter:
Fort Hood shooter regularly described war on terror as "war on Islam"
Muslim vets group: No reports of harassment of Muslim soldiers. None.
Playing the victim card: Florida mosque requests extra police protection, even though it wasn't threatened
Al-Qaeda last week called for attacks on "any crusaders whenever you find one of them, like at the airports of the crusader Western countries that participate in the wars against Islam, or their living compounds, trains etc."
* When you hear someone shout "allahu akbar!" shoot the bastard!
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