Four years ago today, Major Nidal Malik Hasan slaughtered fellow soldiers at Fort Hood in Texas while yelling “Allah u Akbar!”
There is absolutely no doubt that Major Hasan’s attack was an act of Jihad and that Hasan was acting as an enemy combatant who had infiltrated the US Army, yet the victims who were killed and wounded at Fort Hood have been denied Purple Heart awards by the Obama administration, who have arrogantly termed the attack to be “workplace violence,” as if Hasan had just gotten mad at his fellow workers and “snapped.”
It didn’t have to happen. Hasan should have already been at Gitmo when he carried out his attack. The FBI was aware that he had been in touch with Anwar al-Awlaki, leader of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, and that he had volunteered for jihad, both personally and with money.
Moreover, Hasan had delivered lectures to fellow Army officers parroting Jihadi doctrine. Political correctness had sickened the Army’s culture and no one dared speak out against a Muslim for fear of career suicide.
So, Hasan was free to carry out his murderous rampage 4 years ago today.
In the memory of those killed and wounded, be it resolved that:
1. The victims should receive the Purple Heart Award;
2. Political correctness, a term invented by the Chinese communist party, should be thrown to the trash bin of history;
3. The US military, intelligence and law enforcement communities must come to grips with the fact that terrorism like this is in fact Jihad and is based on Islamic doctrine dating all the way back to 610 AD.
Lest we forget. May God bless the souls of the dead and help heal the wounded and comfort the surviving family members.