#MyJihad: Afghan soldier fails to realize that jihad means not judging people by their cover, murders British "ally"
Posted by Robert on January 8, 2013 3:59 AM
Hamas-linked CAIR's #MyJihad campaign assures us that jihad is benign, even chummy:
“My Jihad is to stay fit despite my busy schedule. What’s yours?”
“My Jihad is to build friendships across the aisle. What’s yours?”
“My Jihad is to not judge people by their cover. What’s yours?”
So many misunderstanders!
"British soldier dies in Afghanistan 'insider attack,'" from the  BBC, January 8 (thanks to Paul):
A British soldier has been shot dead by a suspected rogue member of the Afghan National Army, defence officials say.
The soldier, from 28 Engineer Regiment, attached to 21 Engineer Regiment, died on Monday at Patrol Base Hazrat, in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand.
The gunman, who the Taliban claim was acting for them, first opened fire on Afghan troops and then British soldiers, before being killed....
The BBC's Quentin Sommerville said a number of other people had been injured in the attack.
Shortly after details of the incident emerged, the Taliban released a statement saying they were behind it, he said.
There has been a sharp rise in so-called insider attacks against local forces and Nato troops in Afghanistan. In 2012, more than 60 Nato service personnel, and a quarter of the British troops who died in Helmand, were killed in such attacks....
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