Monday, November 09, 2009

Hasan -- Radical Muslim Attacks Army from Within

By now it should be painfully clear that Major Hasan committed his atrocity with the same form of diabolical evil as the muslim terrorists of 9/11.

Hasan, like the 9/11 terrorists, engaged in a conversion. The 9/11 terrorists converted commercial jetliners into airborne bombs. Evil operators gained control of machines that were technical marvels, emblems of man's brilliance at overcoming human limitations and part of the vast works of Westernism and capitalism.

However, a group of Islamic fundamentalist hijackers, backed by other driven Islamic ideologues, saw the dual roles for which a jet is suited. On one hand jets are seen as a safe form of transportation operated by well trained people with years of enviable service. On the other hand, a jet, under the control of a jihadist, a jet becomes the mechanism enabling an atrocity. The men inside at the controls make all the difference.

This is the way in which Hasan used his Army officer's uniform. The man inside, who has sworn to defend this nation against all enemies, foreign and domestic, himself became the enemy from with the nation needed defense.

Hasan has committed treason. He is a traitor of epic proportion.

But the Army should have seen it coming.

Officials: U.S. Aware of Hasan Efforts to Contact al Qaeda

Army Major in Fort Hood Massacre Used 'Electronic Means' to Connect with Terrorists

Nov. 9, 2009

U.S. intelligence agencies were aware months ago that Army Major Nidal Hasan was attempting to make contact with people associated with al Qaeda, two American officials briefed on classified material in the case told ABC News.

It is not known whether the intelligence agencies informed the Army that one of its officers was seeking to connect with suspected al Qaeda figures, the officials said.

One senior lawmaker said the CIA had, so far, refused to brief the intelligence committees on what, if any, knowledge they had about Hasan's efforts.

CIA director Leon Panetta and the Director of National Intelligence, Dennis Blair, have been asked by Congress "to preserve" all documents and intelligence files that relate to Hasan, according to the lawmaker.

On Sunday, Senator Joseph Lieberman (D-CT) called for an investigation into whether the Army missed signs as to whether Hasan was an Islamic extremist.

"If Hasan was showing signs, saying to people that he had become an Islamist extremist, the U.S. Army has to have a zero tolerance," Lieberman told Fox News Sunday.

Investigators want to know if Hasan maintained contact with a radical mosque leader from Virginia, Anwar al Awlaki, who now lives in Yemen and runs a web site that promotes jihad around the world against the U.S.

In a blog posting early Monday titled "Nidal Hassan Did the Right Thing," Awlaki calls Hassan a "hero" and a "man of conscience who could not bear living the contradiction of being a Muslim and serving in an army that is fighting against his own people."

According to his site, Awlaki served as an imam in Denver, San Diego and Falls Church, Virginia.

The Associated Press reported Sunday that Major Hasan attended the Falls Church mosque when Awlaki was there.

The Telegraph of London reported that Awlaki had made contact with two of the 9/11 hijackers when he was in San Diego.

He denied any knowledge of the hijacking plot and was never charged with any crime. After an intensive investigation by the FBI, Awlaki moved to Yemen.

People who knew or worked with Hasan say he seemed to have gradually become more radical in his disapproval of the war in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Army Chief of Staff

A fellow Army doctor who studied with Hasan, Val Finell, told ABC News, "We would frequently say he was a Muslim first and an American second. And that came out in just about everything he did at the University.

Finell said he and other Army doctors complained to superiors about Hasan's statements.

"And we questioned how somebody could take an oath of office&be an officer in the military and swear allegiance to the constitution and to defend America against all enemies, foreign and domestic and have that type of conflict," Finell told ABC News.

The Army Chief of Staff, General George Casey, raised concerns over the weekend that innocent Muslim soldiers could suffer as a result of the shooting at Fort Hood.

"I think the speculation (on Hasan's Islamic roots) could potentially heighten backlash against some of our Muslim soldiers," he said on ABC's "This Week."


Blogger Winfred Mann said...

The problem is that they all place their religion first. Islam is a transnational NGO that has with allegiance only to Islam.

7:28 PM  
Blogger no_slappz said...


They subordinate everything to the whims of a religion concocted by a schizophrenic.

9:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


12:45 AM  
Blogger Dee said...

1-There is no such thing as an innocent moslem.
2-There should be no moslem name in an American uniform or American Government.
3-The only good moslem is a dead moslem.

I rest my case.

7:39 PM  
Blogger no_slappz said...



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