The Fort Hood shooting is looking more and more like a terrorist attack, raged by a devout Muslim who didn’t want to kill other Muslims. So instead, he waged a jihad on American soldiers.
Here’s what we’re finding out so far. He was a very devout Muslim who was looking for a Muslim wife, one who prayed five times a day. He attended prayers at least once a day himself. He allegedly had ‘Allah’ written on his door. And before the attack, he was giving his furniture away with copies of the Quran. He also didn’t seem to like female company much:
He steered clear of female colleagues, co-workers said, and despite devout religious practices, listed himself in Army records as having no religious preference…
“He came to mosque one or two times to see if there were any suitable girls to marry,” Khan said. “I don’t think he ever had a match, because he had too many conditions. He wanted a girl who was very religious, prays five times a day.”…
A co-worker at Walter Reed said Hasan would not allow his photo to be taken with female co-workers, which became an issue during Christmas season when employees often took group photos. Co-workers would find a solo photo of Hasan and post it on the bulletin board without his permission.
So, let’s see. He’s a devout Muslim who wants a devout wife and has ‘Allah’ written on his door. He sympathizes with suicide bombers and encourages Muslims to fight back against American soldiers, despite being an American soldier himself. He stays away from women and refuses to be photographed with them. Before the shooting, he gives away his furniture along with copies of the Quran.
With all of this, the mainstream media’s verdict is PTSD?? The man had never been deployed! Their answer to that, of course, is that the strain of multiple deployments at Fort Hood is affecting other soldiers too, or some crap. But it’s obvious for anyone with half a brain stem. This was not some random shooting because a soldier snapped from being over-stressed or traumatized. This was planned, it was premeditated, and it was based on his religion. He brought jihad home, and we cannot just ignore it.