This is Going to Get Very Dark
The bad news is fairly evident. Maj. Hasan survived his hate crime. Monday's right-wing AM radio talk shows had callers hoping for him to be tortured. A web site called Blog for Victory - I'm not going to link - had a comment:
We need to get right down to the bottom of this – and, liberals, if the stories of accomplices in custody are true, this is where harsh interrogation might be needed: whoever was involved in this most emphatically does not have a right to remain silent.
We'll see a lot more like this.
Muslims all over the country are condemning Maj. Hasan's crimes. Let's see how things are going today in some other religious communities:
1. The Westboro Baptist Church plans on showing up outside of Ft. Hood during this week's memorial service to spew their usual hatred toward our military.
Donations to the Westboro Baptist Church are tax deductible.
2. The Christian American Family Association, with a network of about 200 radio stations, is calling for the prohibition of Muslims from the U.S. Military:
[T]he more devout a Muslim is, the more of a threat he is to national security. Devout Muslims, who acceptthe teachings of the Prophet as divinely inspired, believe it is their duty to kill infidels....
Of course, most U.S. Muslims don't shoot up their fellow soldiers. Fine. As soon as Muslims give us a foolproof way to identify their jihadis from their moderates, we'll go back to allowing them to serve. You tell us who the ones are that we have to worry about, prove you're right, and Muslims can once again serve. Until that day comes, we simply cannot afford the risk. You invent a jihadi-detector that works every time it's used, and we'll welcome you back with open arms.
This is not Islamophobia, it is Islamo-realism....
And just as Christians are taught to imitate the life of Christ, so Muslims are taught to imitate the Prophet in all things. Yesterday, Nidal Malik Hasan was simply being a good Muslim.
Donations to the Christian American Family Association are tax deductible.
3. In Israel today, and in the U.S, it was noted in the press that another figure - you can get a tax deduction if you donate to his American-based supporters (Sen. Joe Lieberman has donated to more than one of the many organizations that materially support this gentleman) - wrote this:
In any situation in which a non-Jew’s presence endangers Jewish lives, the non-Jew may be killed even if he is a righteous Gentile and not at all guilty for the situation that has been created…
When a non-Jew assists a murderer of Jews and causes the death of one, he may be killed, and in any case where a non-Jew’s presence causes danger to Jews, the non-Jew may be killed…
The [Din Rodef] dispensation applies even when the pursuer is not threatening to kill directly, but only indirectly…
Even a civilian who assists combat fighters is considered a pursuer and may be killed.
Anyone who assists the army of the wicked in any way is strengthening murderers and is considered a pursuer.
A civilian who encourages the war gives the king and his soldiers the strength to continue. Therefore, any citizen of the state that opposes us who encourages the combat soldiers or expresses satisfaction over their actions is considered a pursuer and may be killed.
Also, anyone who weakens our own state by word or similar action is considered a pursuer…
Hindrances—babies are found many times in this situation. They block the way to rescue by their presence and do so completely by force. Nevertheless, they may be killed because their presence aids murder. There is justification for killing babies if it is clear that they will grow up to harm us, and in such a situation they may be harmed deliberately, and not only during combat with adults.”…
In a chapter entitled “Deliberate harm to innocents,” the book explains that war is directled mainly against the pursuers, but those who belong to the enemy nation are also considered the enemy because they are assisting murderers.
4. Fortunately, if you support any of the organizations overseas that provide material support for what Maj. Hassan has been alleged to have done - commit a heinous hate crime, you will be prosecuted for it.
It is time to end tax exemptions for all religious activities, and to end government support for so-called "faith-based initiatives" and partnerships.