"Yousef al-Khattab, 41, a radical Muslim in the borough of Queens who runs RevolutionMuslim.com, claims on the site that the soldiers massacred at the Texas base deserved to be massacred, and he insists the victims are in "eternal hellfire." As for the suspected gunman — Army psychiatrist Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan — Al-Khattab hails him as a hero.
"An officer and a gentleman was injured while partaking in a pre-emptive attack," al-Khattab wrote on the site. "Get well soon Major Nidal. We love you."
What do you think of the fact that this freak of nature currently lives in NYC, and can freely post a hate filled website without fear of persecution?
Should we be watching this loon a little closer, or invite him over for dinner, and get to know him better?
Asked by Anonymous at 2:22 PM on Nov. 8, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
I hope those who are committed to protecting and servingthis nation ARE watching and investigating everything involving this Ft Hood ordeal more closely. I truly believe a guy got a free pass because he was Muslim and no one wanted to be accused of being intolerant. This shooter is a coward. No matter his mental state there is NO justification for what he did. jmo
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t 10:38 AM on Nov. 8, 2009 by: Anonymous http://www.chick.com/default.asp Wesboro Another fine, upstanding Christian organization Nice little church here
If only common sense could be bought in a can, I'd buy you a case. Do 2 wrongs make a right? Wrong is wrong. This post is about an specific muslim extremest, not about all the wrongs made in the name of a "God".
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