Islamic jihadists routinely characterize anti-terror efforts as part of a “war on Islam.” But of course, there is no war on terror, and there is no war on Islam. There is just the Islamic jihad against the U.S. and the West. “Hasan Called War on Terror ‘War Against Islam,’ Classmate Says,” by Justin Blum for Bloomberg, November 6:
Nov. 6 (Bloomberg) — Major Nidal Malik Hasan, the Army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 people and wounding 30 others at the Fort Hood Army Base in Texas, regularly described the war on terror as “a war against Islam,” according to a doctor who was in a graduate program with him.
While studying for a masters degree in public health in 2007, Hasan used a presentation for an environmental health class to argue that Muslims were being targeted by the U.S. anti-terror campaign, said Val Finnell, a classmate.
“He was very vocal about the war, very upfront about being a Muslim first and an American second,” said Finnell, 41, a preventive medicine doctor in Los Angeles, in an interview today. “He was always concerned that Muslims in the military were being persecuted.”…