Friday, November 13, 2009

Let's Weigh the Evidence

Lets weigh the evidence....Share

Was Hasan, the murderer of 12 adults and one unborn child at Fort Hood a terrorist?

1. The majority of people I know seem to think so

2. His name is NIdal Malik Hasan, would it be panning out any differently if his name was Jake Smith?

3. Multiple witnesses declare he shouted "Allahu akbar" (Allah is greatest) before he began shooting

4. Hasan refused to fight fellow Muslims

5. He refused to call the war a war on terror, he referred to it as a war on Islam

6. He told some of his co-workers that Muslims had a right to rise up and attack Americans

7. His online posts compared a Muslim suicide bomber with an American soldier throwing himself on a grenade to save his fellow soldiers.

8. The government refuses to even acknowlege the possibility that he was affiliated with terrorists

9. Within 24 hours the FBI was declaring no evidence to connect him with terrorism (What?!?)

10. The press fell right into line as expected (yellowbellied, hoodwinked, useful fools)

Did Hasan, the murderer of 12 adults and on unborn child at Fort Hood acting independently?

1. His cousin declared he hated guns, he dreaded going to the shooting range, he wasn't very good at it.

2. Relatives said he was a victim of religious harassment

3. Relatives said he was a victim of ethical harassment

4. The Washington Post declared his problem was lonliness.

5. A neighbor said " he was mistreated, he didn't have nobody, he was all alone."

6. Obama quickly warned against "jumping to conclusions."

7. All government sources and news agencies announced nearly simultaneously that the incident was not terror related.

8. CNN's reporter Carol Costello warned against a backlash against Muslim American soldiers:

a. Twin Towers 9/11 -- no backlash

b. Beltway Snipers - no backlash

c. July 4, 2002, Hesham Hadayet shot two people to death in the L.A. Airport - no backlash

d. October 1999, Egypt Air flight 990 crashed into the Atlantic killing 217 people. Investigation showed that the Egyptian co-pilot, Gameel El-Batouty, cut power to the engines and intentionly brought the plane down while repeating the phrase "Tawkalt", (I rely on Allah) - no backlash.

9. Time magazine reported he was suffering from "posttraumatic stress disorder"? What? Doesn't that come after the stress of combat, not before? (author is feeling exasperation here)


What hope do we have if we are afraid to identify and place blame on the true enemy of America? You can call it radical Islam if you want but the verses they use to build justification for their murderous attacks are found in the same Koran carried under the arm of every Muslim. No matter how you look at it: political correctness, weak leadership, fear of Islam or just plain insanity...we are in a heap lot of trouble.

" Slay them wherever ye find them and drive them out of the places whence they drove you out, for persecution is worse than slaughter." - Sura 2:191

" Make war on them until idolatry is no more and Allah's religion reigns supreme" - Sura 8:39

"When the sacred months are over, slay the idolaters wherever you find them. Arrest them, besiege them, and lie in ambush everywhere for them." - 9:5

"Unbelievers are enemies of Allah and they will roast in hell." - 41:14

"..... martyrs.... Enter heaven" - Surah 3:140-43

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