Yes, you read that right: this jihad mass murderer is setting himself as some sort of moral authority. To do so is perfectly reasonable in his eyes, because he believes his murder of thirteen Americans was a just and moral act in service to Allah, as per his commands to murder Infidels (Qur’an 2:191, 4:89, 9:5, 47:4). Having carried out this command, he has an exalted status, and can dictate on morality to others. And remember: if you disagree with jihad mass murderer Nidal Malik Hasan on Sharia, Montana’s Democrats will find you repugnant.
“Fort Hood shooter plans hunger strike to protest ‘America’s hatred’ for Sharia law,” by Douglas Ernst, Washington Times, March 31, 2017:
Convicted Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan says he will go on a “hunger strike” to protest “America’s hatred” for Sharia law.
The Nov. 5, 2009, terror attack at Fort Hood, Texas, killed 13 and wounded 32 others. Hasan, a self-proclaimed “soldier of Allah,” was convicted on 13 charges of premeditated murder and 32 of attempted murder Aug. 23, 2013. Although the former Army Major psychiatrist is scheduled to be executed, he plans to use the protracted appeals process to make a political statement.
A handwritten letter obtained by Fox News details plans to “reduce and then maintain a total body weight of 99 pounds [while protesting] America’s hatred for [Sharia] Laws.”
Terror survivor Shawn Manning, a retired Staff Sergeant, told the network that it was absurd for Hasan to think “he still has the right to make a statement.” The veteran, who is fighting legal battles for combat-related injuries, said Hasan has “no regard for human life.”…