Monday, November 09, 2009

Despite A Muslim Imam's Praise, Hasan Does Not Represent Muslim Faith

The Muslim terrorist who murdered 13 people at Fort Hood last week and who does not represent the Muslim faith, has been praised by an American imam who also does not represent the Muslim faith.

From the USAToday:

The personal website for a radical American imam living in Yemen who had contact with two Sept. 11 hijackers is praising alleged Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan as a hero.

The posting Monday on the website for Anwar Aulaqi, who was a spiritual leader at two mosques where three Sept. 11 hijackers worshipped, said American Muslims who condemned the attacks on the Texas military base last week are hypocrites who have committed treason against their religion.

Two U.S. intelligence officials told The Associated Press the website was Aulaqi's. They spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss intelligence collection.

Aulaqi said the only way a Muslim can justify serving in the U.S. military is if he intends to "follow in the footsteps of men like Nidal."
Hopefully the unIslamic examples given by people like Hasan, Aulaqi, and Muhammad himself can be effectively interpreted for the rest of us by the all-knowing Janet Napolitano.
"This was an individual who does not represent the Muslim faith."
Which, I'm certain, will make those thirty plus people still recovering from gunshots feel a whole lot better.

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