Sunday, November 08, 2009

Major Hasan - Hero to Terrorists

If Major Hasan is not a domestic terrorist, as the United States government and Barack Obama want us to believe, why does he attact such a following of terrorist wannabees?

The video above is of American Muslims praising Major Nidal Hasan for his cowardly act of gunning down innocent, unarmed soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas. These Muslims described him as "an Officer and a Gentleman."

Major Hasan is also a hero on Facebook. Someone named Ra'd Jundallah has created a Fan Page where Hasan already has 48 devotees: Major Nidal Malik Hasan - True American Hero!. Ra'd Jundallah, creator of the Major Nidal Malik Hasan Fan Page, himself has 485 Facebook friends.

Fort Hood Shooting - The Army Killer Was Linked to September 11th Terrorists

Major Hasan worshipped at the Dar al-Hijrah mosque, named as the most dangerous mosque in America by Paul Sperry in his book "Infiltration." The mosque was led by a radical Imam who was a "spiritual adviser" to three of the hijackers who attacked America on Septeber 11th, 2001. Hasan was attending this controversial mosque in Great Falls, Virginia, at the same time as the three terrorists. His mother’s funeral was held there in May 2001. The Imam at the time was Anwar al-Awlaki, an American-born Yemeni scholar who was banned from addressing a meeting in London last August because he is accused of supporting attacks on British troops and backing terrorist organizations.

It has been three days since Major Malik Nadal Hasan, calmly executed twelve soldiers, one civilian, and gunned down 38 others as sitting ducks at Fort Hood, while chanting "Allahu Akbar." Since then, our politically correct government and media have been excuse-making for his actions since then. Professorial Barack Obama urged Americans not dwell upon the suspect’s religion and admonished us that "We cannot fully know what leads a man to do such a thing." Oh, really?

Those who worked with Major Hasan at Walter Reed knew he was a Fundamentalist Muslim. He explained what he believed in a Dawah Session, where he made four assertions about the Koran:

1. "If you don't believe, you are condemned to hell" -- Koran 4:140; Koran 9:49; Koran 9:68; Koran 9:73
2. If you don't believe, "your head is cut off" -- Koran 8:12; Koran 47:4
3. If you don't believe, "you're set on fire" -- Koran 33:64; Koran 48:13; Koran 76:44.
4. If you don't believe, "burning oil is burned down your throat" -- Koran 18:29; Koran 44:43-46

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