May 8, 2007, - 9:58 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Time for another edition of “Guess the Religion.”
So, six people are arrested in a plot to shoot to kill as many U.S. soldiers as possible at Fort Dix. One of the six has secure access to the base . . . as a pizza delivery man?! Guess the religion.
Here are more hints. One was born in Jordan, another in Turkey, and four born in the former Yugoslavia are “ethnic Albanians” living near Fort Dix where Muslim “refugees” of the Kosovar war have been taken in and sheltered by us stupid, pathetically generous (to our death) Americans. Guess the religion.
On a tape of their plans here is some of the dialogue:
On the videotape there is significant discussion of martyrdom. “Who is going to take care of my wife and kids?” one suspect asks on the tape, according to investigators. Another responds, “Allah will take care of your wife and kids.”
Guess the religion.
Well, if you finally guessed Islam, guess what else? Since you guessed it, their fellow members of the club at “Religion of Peace” Headquarters are racing to distance themselves.
FOX News Channel a/k/a the Prince Al-Waleed News Network (PAWNN) foes out of its way to tell us:
A law enforcement source told FOX News that all of the suspects are recent converts and were not born Muslims.
So, let’s see: One born in Turkey, another born in Jordan, the remaining four were Albanians living in Fort Dix where “refugees” of the Kosovo war (ie., Muslims) have been taken in. I think it’s pretty safe to assume they, indeed, were born Muslims.
But what if they weren’t? It’s a BFD red herring.
It’s quite clear they are definitely Muslims now and wanted to kill “as many [U.S. soldiers] as possible.” And “Allah will take care” of their relatives. Whether or not they were born Muslims is an irrelevant issue, a distinction without a difference, designed to make us think “well, real Muslims would never do that.”
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