FBI Training Manual Loses Over 300 Pages…Of Muslim Reference!

The pic at left is Major Hasan in his off time.  He’s the one at the counter.  You wouldn’t suspect he might be a Muslim, would you?  Our ever alert government doesn’t think so, or that Muslims constitute a threat to America.

FBI Training Manual Loses Over 300 Pages…Of Muslim Reference!

What is it about our current administration that is blind to the Muslim threat to America?  Do you suppose it could have anything to do with the fact our current president had a Muslim father, has a Muslim brother, bowed to the King of Saudi Arabia, the titular head of the Muslim religion?

How stupid does our government think we are?  Obviously pretty stupid.  When they remove all reference to the primary enemy the country has had for the last two decades from training manuals?  They could have at least substituted…say, Donald Duck in lieu of Islam or Muslim.  That would make about as much sense.

Of course the Ft. Hood shooting of 43 and killing of 13 was workplace oriented and had nothing to do with the fact Nidal Malik Hasan was Muslim and shouted “Allah Akbar, God is great,” while he killed Americans.  Of course that doesn’t qualify as considering him a Muslim terrorist, only as a disgruntled employee.

When are we going to wake up, Americans?  When are we going to insist that our government awaken?

Here’s the Wikipedia version of the shooting at Fort Hood:

The Fort Hood shooting was a mass shooting that took place on November 5, 2009, at Fort Hood, the most populous U.S. military installation in the world, located just outsideKilleen, Texas.[1] In the course of the shooting, a single gunman killed 13 people and wounded 29 others.[1] It is the worst shooting ever to take place on an American military base.[2]

The sole suspect is Nidal Malik Hasan, a U.S. Army Major serving as a psychiatrist. He was shot and taken into custody by Department of the Army Civilian Police officers,[3] and is now paralyzed from the chest down.[4] Hasan has been charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder and 32 counts of attempted murder under the Uniform Code of Military Justice; he may face additional charges at court-martial. If he is convicted, there is a chance he could be given the death penalty.[5][6]

Hasan is an American Muslim of Palestinian descent. Internal Army reports indicate officers within the Army had discussed what they characterized as Hasan’s tendencies toward radical Islam since 2005. Additionally, investigations before and after the shooting discovered e-mail communications between Hasan and Yemen-based cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, who quickly declared Hasan a hero, as “fighting against the U.S. army is an Islamic duty”. After communications between the two were forwarded to FBI terrorism task forces in 2008, they determined that Hasan was not a threat prior to the shooting and that his questions to al-Awlaki were consistent with medical research.

In November 2009, after examining the e-mails and previous terrorism investigations, the FBI had found no information to indicate Hasan had any co-conspirators or was part of a broader terrorist plot. The U.S. later classified Anwar al-Awlaki as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist, and the UN considered Awlaki to be associated with al-Qaeda; Awlaki was killed by a U.S. predator drone missile attack in 2011.[7] However, one year after the Fort Hood shooting, questions still lingered as to whether the incident was caused by mental health issues, and government agencies still had not officially linked Hasan to any radical terrorist groups.[8]

 

 

 

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