Proof of this comes from another service branch: consider the performance evaluations given to Army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan before he murdered thirteen people in the name of Islam at Fort Hood. The evaluations said: “He has a keen interest in Islamic culture and faith and has shown capacity to contribute to our psychological understanding of Islamic nationalism and how it may relate to events of national security and Army interest in the Middle East and Asia.” None of his evaluations criticized him for his open expressions of his Islamic faith.
“Mikey Weinstein’s Jihad on Religious Freedom in the Military,” by David L. Goetsch for Patriot Update, November 1:
According to the Family Research Council, a painting containing a Scriptural verse was removed from the mess hall of an Air Force Base in Idaho after one””just one””airman complained.Â An Air Force officer was told to remove a Bible from his desk.Â His superiors were concerned that it might look as if he were “condoning a particular religion.” Airmen were told they could express their religious beliefs, but only as long as their beliefs did not make anyone “uncomfortable.”Â What all of these cases have in common is that the offending religion is Christianity.
If the painting in the mess hall at that Air Force Base in Idaho had contained a quote from the Dali Lama, no Air Force officer would have dared remove it.Â If the Air Force officer with a Bible on his desk had instead displayed a copy of the Koran, his superiors would not have dared challenge him for “condoning a particular religion.”Â If the Airmen who were cautioned not to make others “uncomfortable” had been espousing Islam, no officer would have dared challenge them.Â What frightens these cowards dressed up as Air Force officers is not religion, it is Christianity. If Christians were as demanding, vocal, and violent as Muslims, these weak-kneed Air Force officers would stop harassing them and stop trying to take away their religious freedom. Christians are easy targets because their religion does not condone blowing up people who question Christianity or committing “acts of workplace violence” in the name of Jesus.
There is much more here.