Uh oh. How dreadfully inconvenient for the "Islamophobia" spin machine that claims that only greasy Islamophobes link Islam to terror and mass murder. But they will ignore this, and the mainstream media and law enforcement will happily play along instead of doing what they should be doing: asking "moderate" Muslim leaders in the U.S. what they're doing about this, and what programs they've instituted in mosques and madrassas in this country to teach against the Islamic beliefs that give rise to the idea that Islam calls for murder of unbelievers. If government and law enforcement officials were worth their salt, they'd be acting upon this information in a proper manner, no matter what dissembling and denial the Muslim community in the U.S. engages in. But they aren't.
These days in America, reality is losing out to the Big Lie spread by the likes of Nihad Awad, Ibrahim Hooper, Reza Aslan, Hussein Ibish, et al. But reality has a way of continuing to break through. The blades of grass will always poke through the concrete. And one day the concrete will give way altogether.
"GI says Muslim faith motive for Ft Hood bomb plot," from the Associated Press, May 23 (thanks to all who sent this in):
WACO, Texas (AP) — A Muslim U.S. soldier accused of planning to bomb Fort Hood troops says he wasn't seeking vengeance but justice for people in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to a recording played at his federal trial Wednesday.
Army Pfc. Naser Jason Abdo is heard telling his mother during a recorded jail visit that "their suffering is my suffering."
Abdo, 22, is accused of planning to detonate a bomb inside a Killeen restaurant frequented by troops from the nearby Texas Army post and then shoot any survivors.
He faces up to life in federal prison if convicted of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and five other charges. He was AWOL from Fort Campbell, Ky., when he was arrested last July at a motel in Killeen, a city about 150 miles southwest of Dallas.
Abdo is heard telling his mother that "it's all true" and "the reason is religion. There is no other reason." He says what he did was selfless because he was trying to avenge the United States' wrongful treatment of people he considers his family, and that he used every resource he had "to make things as right as possible."...