Three years ago, U.S. Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan murdered thirteen Americans at Fort Hood in a bloody jihad massacre.
Hasan was shouting “Allahu akbar” as he fired. He passed out Qur’ans on the morning of the shooting. His business card read SOA, for “Soldier of Allah.” He had earlier delivered a power point presentation that was supposed to be a lecture on psychiatry but was instead an exposition of Islam’s doctrine of jihad warfare against unbelievers, and a call for Muslims to be excused from the U.S. military — or else. He had given numerous other indications of his jihadist sentiments.
And the Obama White House classified his jihad murders are “workplace violence.”
It was emblematic of their denial regarding the jihad threat in general.
Tomorrow, remember the jihadist Hasan’s victims.