Skip to comments.At Least 12 Nidal Hasans in US Military - Maybe 100?
Posted on 07/26/2012 11:57:05 AM PDT by maggiesnotebook
Approximately one dozen extremist Islamists are known to be members of our US Military. The FB considers those 12 "serious." "Serious" is described as including "suspects who are planning attacks or are in touch with "dangerous invididuals." One hundred possible Fort-Hood-type assaults are out there awaiting just the right moment for jihadis to act, or as the FBI calls them "insider threats."
Photo: US Military Muslim Soldiers Praying
The "insider threats" are coming from both active and reserve military personnel but others who have access to military bases and facilities, and...
close family members with dependent ID cardsOne hundred possibles? Senator Joe Lieberman (I-CT) is "surprised" by the large number. Tammy Bruce and I are shocked at the low the number. I know military brass will not report or take action on anything considered politically incorrect, just as they did nothing with Major Nidal Hasan, the Fort Hood murderer who killed 14, including one unborn child who Liberals and media refuse to count.
Remember Nasar Abdo? If our military is hit again by "insider threats," this country will come undone.
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In the US, Islam IS sedition.
From the Article: ...The FB considers those 12 “serious.”
Well, if FaceBook considers is serious, it MUST be really serious!
Sorry...I couldn’t resist :)
davaandbar - my apologies, but very clever response:-)
I pray they can—I mean WILL—weed them out ASAP. I have a Marine Son, an Army Son, and an Air Force son-in-law.
Heck, I wish that our military guys could just take matters into their own hands—wouldn’t that be considered defending the homeland?
12? I bet it’s more like 12,000.
So, is 0Bamma going to wait for more “work place violence” before acting? Come on, people! Nidal slaughtered 13 people at Ft. Hood nearly 3 years ago, and still no trial. Back in the old days, he would have been tried immediately thereafter, found guilty, considering the many witnesses, then hung!
McCain would call these infiltrators patriots, and when one of them kills American troops, he will say it is an unfortunate incident that has nothing to do with terrorism or Islam. A fool is born every minute, but when McCain popped out, he satisfied the quota for a month.
I think there is more to this than meets the eye.
The “100” estimate comes from the FBI, not the Pentagon. The military has its own internal security, and for the FBI to “horn in” to the Pentagon’s “turf” is questionable indeed.
What would you think if the CIA announced that, in its opinion, there were 100 FBI agents working for Pyongyang?
First thing, the FBI would be enraged. But it would also know that the accusation is enough, so any denials would be futile. How do you prove a negative? And it would also know that the CIA would never share the intelligence information, if it existed.
So no proof, just accusation.
But this is the spot the Pentagon is in right now. Because of a few cases like Hasan, the Pentagon cannot claim that it is “jihadist-free”, but at the same time, its own internal security probably tracks anyone who *might* be a threat.
We don't want them tracked, we want them sidetracked if not jumped the tracks or fully derailed.
The trouble is that it’s not that easy. I knew a Muslim in the US military (in the 1980s), a blond haired, blue eyed, Irish Muslim Captain, who had married an Iranian girl.
He was also a very loyal American, though he had been given job offers from at least two (friendly) Arab nations, offering him a *lot* of money and a high rank to work for them in their army.
Periodically, some new CID investigator would arrive on the scene and investigate the heck out of him and his wife, but he just accepted it as a necessary security thing.
Since the post trained a lot of foreign officers, he also was tasked to provide assistance for the religious needs of all the Muslims. Not easy, because every one of them seemed to have different religious rules about things, and many of them could not be in the same room with others or they would brawl.
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