NATO Makes Libya Safe For . . . Al Qaeda

Hey, way to go Obama, Mission Accomplished!

Al-Qaeda flag flies high on top of Benghazi courthouse

The black flag of al-Qaeda has been put on top of a courthouse in the Libyan city of Benghazi, further raising concerns that the country could turn into a Muslim extremist entity.

“There is no God but Allah” was written in Arabic on the flag raised above the streets of Benghazi, considered the heart of the Libyan revolutionaries who toppled Muammar Gaddafi’s regime.

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How did we ever get from hunting down al Qaeda all over the world to providing them with air support and handing them control of countries?

/I suspect the will not turn out well for the West

Jihad At Fort Hood

U.S. Army psychiatrist Major Nidal Malik Hasan, a Muslim, received a poor performance evaluation while at Walter Reed before being transferred to Fort Hood.

Hasan, a Muslim, was disgruntled about being deployed to Afghanistan and disturbed by U.S. policy in Iraq and Afghanistan. He had previously stated that Muslims should “rise up” and attack Americans in retaliation for the US war in Iraq and had equated suicide bombers with a soldier throwing himself on a grenade to save the lives of his comrades.

Major Nidal Malik Hasan, a Muslim, while shouting in Arabic, shot over 40 unarmed people today, most of them U.S. troops about to deploy to Iraq or Afghanistan, murdering more than ten.

Hasan was shouting the obligatory jihadi cry, Allahu akbar while he was mowing down unarmed soldiers!

Local soldier: Fort Hood shooting ‘a bloody mess’

James Hunt, 27, serving with the 510th Combat Engineers, was with his platoon at the base’s Soldier Readiness Center where soldiers who are about to be deployed undergo medical screening. He was scheduled to deploy to Afghanistan in January.

But because James had broken his foot several weeks ago, he was sent outside and told to get some extra paperwork that would clear him for deployment. James was waiting in the parking lot of the center when the shooting started, his father said.

“Everybody started running and shouting, and he saw the wounded come out,” Tom Hunt said. “He didn’t hear the shooting, but he said it was ‘a bloody mess.’”

Hunt said his son told him he loaded up many of the wounded and drove them to the hospital. The wounded relayed what they saw inside when the shooting happened.

“They were telling him that one guy was shouting something in Arabic while he was shooting,” Tom Hunt said. “He couldn’t say much more than that.”

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Fort Hood

So, it turns out that the scumbag jihadi coward Hasan is alive after all.

/I’m not exactly sure how I feel about that