In Human Events today I allay your fears about the health and safety of Portland would-be jihad bomber Mohamed Mohamud:
Here’s an update for those of you who were worried about the health and wellbeing of Mohamed Mohamud, the young Muslim who recently tried to commit mass-murder in the name of Islamic jihad by blowing up thousands of Infidels at the city Christmas tree-lighting ceremony in Portland, Ore.
Mohamud is in protective custody, separated from the rest of the prison population and supplied with a copy of the Koran, so that he can while away the hours in safety, fortifying his mind and heart with pious thoughts.
According to The Oregonian, Chief Deputy Michael Shults of the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office explained that Mohamud was being held in protective custody – having a cell to himself and eating his meals alone – because many of his fellow inmates in Portland’s Justice Center jail had friends or relatives at the tree lighting, although “there’s no known threat . . . no known persons . . . in our system that [are] actively trying to harm him.”
One wonders why The Oregonian saw fit to run a piece about how Mohamed Mohamud was safe and sound and poring over the Koran in his private cell. Does The Oregonian think that the general public is anxiously looking for reassurance about the safety of this would-be jihadist mass murderer? Is it trying to head off claims of mistreatment from the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)?
And it sure is a good thing that he has the Koran in his cell, isn’t it? The book that probably inspired him to try to kill large numbers of Infidels is now his sole and constant companion — how reassuring! Now Mohamud has hours and hours to ponder the true, peaceful meaning of Koran verses like these:…