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Roanoke Times, 11-6-09, Pg 1: Social awkwardness kept with him into adulthood.-
This is one of the front page heading of the Roanoke Times regarding Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan the US Army major who shot and killed 12 and wounded 31 fellow soldiers at Ft. Hood Texas.Social awkwardness! What are they smoking up there at the Roanoke Times?
Why not headline what Major Hasan shouted as he shot 43 fellow soldiers:"Allahu Akbar!"
— an Arabic phrase for "God is great!"
This is the latest in a significant series of radical Muslims in the US Military following the directions of Radical Imams and committing acts of terrorism against their fellow soldiers. Attached (following) are some of the most public examples.
Key to this case, as in the Va. Tech massacre, is that authorities are afraid to act on information about high risk people out of fear of being labeled raciest or biased.
This is clearly a gross and deadly result of our political correctness Jihad that the left-wing and liberal community has thrust upon us.
In the case of radical Muslims we now also have to contend with Obama’s lectures and speeches and positions that cloud the issue of where he stands.
Click-on the youtube link to see a compilation of Obama’s public Pro-Muslim statements:
Some UK media coverage of the Hasan Fort Hood attack that the Roanoke Times chose to ignore.
Colonel Terry Lee, who worked with Hasan in Fort Hood’s psychiatric unit, said that his colleague had begun making “outlandish” comments about the American presence in Iraq and Afghanistan.
“He said, precisely, that maybe the Muslims should stand up and fight against the aggressor,”
After the shooting in Little Rock, Colonel Lee added: “He seemed happy about it. He said ... maybe we should get out [of Iraq and Afghanistan]. He said maybe we should have more of these — people should strap bombs on themselves and go into Times Square.” Six months ago, the FBI was alerted to a posting on a website, Scribd.com, under the username “NadalHasan”,http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/6511591/Fort-Hood-shooting-Nidal-Malik-Hasan-said-Muslims-should-rise-up.html
From The Times (UK): November 7, 2009
Fort Hood killer was devout Muslim who suffered inner conflict
His name appears above radical internet postings praising Islamic suicide bombers — something that the FBI was alerted to six months ago.
He had frequent arguments with soldiers at Fort Hood because of his declarations that fellow Muslims “should stand up and fight against the aggressor”, and his vocal opposition to US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
He even appeared to celebrate the shooting dead of a soldier at an army recruiting centre in Arkansas in June, carried out by a Muslim convert. He said at the time that Muslims should strap on suicide bombs and detonate them in Times Square.
These were the extraordinarily provocative statements and actions of the army psychiatrist Major Nidal Malik Hasan in the months before his deadly shootings at Fort Hood — a massacre that began with him shouting “God is Great” in Arabic.
The apparently clear signs of Hasan’s growing anti-Americanism prompted questions and anger yesterday over why he was never investigated — an action that could have prevented the tragedy at the Texas Army base on Thursday.http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/article6907137.ece
Soldiers reported that the gunman shouted "Allahu Akbar!" — an Arabic phrase for "God is great!" — before opening fire Thursday, said Lt. Gen. Robert Cone, the post commander. He said officials had not confirmed Hasan made the comment.http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,572827,00.html
Kuwait Desert Storm:
After a long period of silence, some news about Sgt. Hasan Akbar, the Muslim soldier who attacked his own commanding officers in Kuwait last year. From FoxNews
, with thanks to Jeffrey Imm:
The U.S. Army intends to court martial a sergeant accused of tossing grenades into the tents of his superiors while stationed in Kuwait, an attack that killed two Army officers. The trial, which is expected to take place this summer, could bring the death penalty for Sgt. Hasan Akbar, 32. Akbar faces two counts of premeditated murder and three counts of attempted murder for the attack on 101st Airborne Division soldiers at Camp Pennsylvania in Kuwait on March 23, 2003, during the early days of the Iraq war.
In addition to the two officers killed, 14 people were injured. http://www.jihadwatch.org/2004/03/army-sergeant-to-be-tried-in-grenade-attack.html
Stars and Stripes European Edition By Rick Emert, BAMBERG, Germany — A 1st Infantry Division
Engineer Brigade soldier who refused to deploy to Iraq citing religious beliefs was sentenced Thursday to 14 months’ confinement and given a bad-conduct discharge. -During his court-martial, Sgt. 1st Class Abdullah Webster, 38, pleaded guilty to two counts of disobeying a lawful order from a superior commissioned officer and one count of missing movement. -When his unit was deploying on Feb. 8, Webster — the battalion security noncommissioned officer — told his leaders he would not deploy based on guidance he received from Muslim clerics.http://www.military.com/NewContent/0,13190,SS_060404_Army,00.html
Selected Prior Items:http://roanokeslant.blogspot.com/2009/09/obama-commander-of-unilateral.html