Nidal Hasan's own words - in Powerpoint

As has been pointed out in numerous posts at American Thinker, Major Nidal Malik Hasan sent regular loud, flashing, look-at-me-I'm-an-Islamist-terrorist-supporter signals about his beliefs and goals. Here, in his own words and pictures, the Washington Post publishes the most obvious signal; Hasan's (in)famous Power Point presentation "The Koranic World View As It Relates to Muslims in the U.S. Military" that he gave to his peers as part of his regular duties to present research and explanations on relevant medical topics.

Having nothing to do with medicine, this is his introduction to Islam to his fellow medical personnel. Reportedly his audience reacted in surprise and disbelief, wondering if he really meant it, if he had mental problems. Reportedly no one made an official complaints, allegedly because of political correctness.

Slide 11 "It's getting harder and harder for Muslims in the service to morally justify being in a military that seems constantly engaged against fellow Muslims."

Was this his oblique way of informing the military of his personal problems? Interestingly, while a succeeding slide mentioned "adverse events" by American Muslims in the military against their fellows he didn't comment on Muslim v Muslim battles around the world eg, Saudia Arabia and Yemen bombing each other, Pakistani violence, the Iran and Iraq slaughter to name a few.

After slides explaining Islam and its view of believers and others (according to him) he summarizes and concludes

Slide 48 If Muslim groups can convince Muslims that they are fighting for God against injustices of the "infidels"; ie: enemies of Islam, then Muslims can become a potent adversary ie: suicide bombing, etc.

We love death more then you love life!

Slide 49 Conclusions
God expects full loyalty. Promises heaven and threatens with Hell.
Muslims may be seen as moderate (compromising) but God is not.
"I love the Koran and being a Muslim, but I don't want to live under Islamic rule".

(Is this a sign of his real conflict; he is an American who is a Muslim living in a society where he is free to practice his faith as he believes it, as much or as little or as selectively as he wishes? Is this the pre stress disorder, to use the pop psychology so casually strewn around by those who don't understand what they're saying, excusing his Islamic actions? And as his  cries of "Allah akbar" accompanying his bullets before firing, clearly demonstrate, it was a religious Muslim action.)

Fighting to establish an Islamic State to please God, even by force, is condoned by the Islam.
Muslim Soldiers should not serve in any capacity that renders them at risk to hurting/killing believers unjustly ---->will vary!

And thus

Slide 50 Recommendation
Department of Defense should allow Muslim Soldiers the option of being released as "Conscientious objectors" to increase troop morale and decrease adverse events.

Was this his justification for asking to be released as a conscientious objector including a veiled threat of "adverse events" if it wasn't granted?

Hindsight is terrific of course but shouldn't Hasan have received at least a reprimand for the contents of this presentation; for not giving a valid medical lecture? Or was everyone too shocked by political correctness to do so?

As has been pointed out in numerous posts at American Thinker, Major Nidal Malik Hasan sent regular loud, flashing, look-at-me-I'm-an-Islamist-terrorist-supporter signals about his beliefs and goals. Here, in his own words and pictures, the Washington Post publishes the most obvious signal; Hasan's (in)famous Power Point presentation "The Koranic World View As It Relates to Muslims in the U.S. Military" that he gave to his peers as part of his regular duties to present research and explanations on relevant medical topics.

Having nothing to do with medicine, this is his introduction to Islam to his fellow medical personnel. Reportedly his audience reacted in surprise and disbelief, wondering if he really meant it, if he had mental problems. Reportedly no one made an official complaints, allegedly because of political correctness.

Slide 11 "It's getting harder and harder for Muslims in the service to morally justify being in a military that seems constantly engaged against fellow Muslims."

Was this his oblique way of informing the military of his personal problems? Interestingly, while a succeeding slide mentioned "adverse events" by American Muslims in the military against their fellows he didn't comment on Muslim v Muslim battles around the world eg, Saudia Arabia and Yemen bombing each other, Pakistani violence, the Iran and Iraq slaughter to name a few.

After slides explaining Islam and its view of believers and others (according to him) he summarizes and concludes

Slide 48 If Muslim groups can convince Muslims that they are fighting for God against injustices of the "infidels"; ie: enemies of Islam, then Muslims can become a potent adversary ie: suicide bombing, etc.

We love death more then you love life!

Slide 49 Conclusions
God expects full loyalty. Promises heaven and threatens with Hell.
Muslims may be seen as moderate (compromising) but God is not.
"I love the Koran and being a Muslim, but I don't want to live under Islamic rule".

(Is this a sign of his real conflict; he is an American who is a Muslim living in a society where he is free to practice his faith as he believes it, as much or as little or as selectively as he wishes? Is this the pre stress disorder, to use the pop psychology so casually strewn around by those who don't understand what they're saying, excusing his Islamic actions? And as his  cries of "Allah akbar" accompanying his bullets before firing, clearly demonstrate, it was a religious Muslim action.)

Fighting to establish an Islamic State to please God, even by force, is condoned by the Islam.
Muslim Soldiers should not serve in any capacity that renders them at risk to hurting/killing believers unjustly ---->will vary!

And thus

Slide 50 Recommendation
Department of Defense should allow Muslim Soldiers the option of being released as "Conscientious objectors" to increase troop morale and decrease adverse events.

Was this his justification for asking to be released as a conscientious objector including a veiled threat of "adverse events" if it wasn't granted?

Hindsight is terrific of course but shouldn't Hasan have received at least a reprimand for the contents of this presentation; for not giving a valid medical lecture? Or was everyone too shocked by political correctness to do so?

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