Skip to comments.Fort Hood Killer Shared "Spiritual Adviser" With 9/11 Hijackers
Posted on 11/07/2009 5:51:51 PM PST by Shellybenoit
Jihad is the greatest deed in Islam and the salvation of the ummah is in practicing it. In times like these, when Muslim lands are occupied by the kuffar, when the jails of tyrants are full of Muslim POWs, when the rule of the law of Allah is absent from this world and when Islam is being attacked in order to uproot it, Jihad becomes obligatory on every Muslim. Jihad must be practiced by the child even if the parents refuse, by the wife even if the husband objects and by the one indebt even if the lender disagrees. --Anwar al-Awlaki 44 Ways to Support Jihad
Al Awlaki is a U.S. citizen, who served as an imam in Colorado, California, and Washington D.C. and worked as the Muslim Chaplain at George Washington Univ. He was the spiritual advisor to 9/11 hijackers Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Midhar.
The Congressional Joint Inquiry on 9/11 reported that the FBI agent responsible for the September 11 investigation informed staff that theres a lot of smoke there with regard to [al Awlakis] connection to the hijackers. Returning to Yemen, he was arrested in 2006 and held for over a year.
The Telegraph in the UK is reporting that Major Nidal Malik Hasan the Fort Hood mass-murderer had a relationship with Al Awlaki :
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1) Why is this mass murder inciting iman on the streets?
2) Why are muslim terrorist infiltraing the military?
3) Why are al-Queda operatives being placed by the Obam regime throughout the federal government?a
he missed the flight, but still wanted his virgins.
Careful, now. Don’t be jumping to any conclusions here.
the salvation of the ummah..umm...ahhh...
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