National security advocate cites fear of 'discrimination' accusationsPosted: November 13, 2009 11:40 pm Eastern
By Bob Unruh Â© 2009 WorldNetDaily
A national security advocate, citing the repeated demands in the Quran for violence against unbelievers, is blaming the deaths of 13 adults and an unborn child in the terrorist attack at Fort Hood in Texas squarely on political correctness.
That political correctness, said Brigitte Gabriel, who runs the ACT! for America organization, is being fomented by organizations such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations, which has aggressively attacked critics of Islam.
She has posted a YouTube video accusing military officers of putting their own soldiers in danger after being intimidated into silence about the dangers of radical Islam.
In the case of Nidal Malik Hasan, 39, a psychiatrist now accused in the Fort Hood terror attack, his coworkers have said he was known for his militant Islamic views. Hasan reportedly was disciplined for pushing his beliefs on others, routinely wore Islamic dress and the morning of the massacre gave away his furniture and Qurans. Further, his business card carried an abbreviation for "Soldier of Allah."
The alarm bells should have been ringing in every room in the Pentagon long before the trigger was pulled, Gabriel asserted.
"In the worst terrorist attack on American soil since Sept. 11, the question so many are asking is 'How could such a hatemonger Islamic ideologue be allowed to serve as an officer in the [U.S.] Army,'" she said.
The answer should be a "deafening wake-up call to America," she declared.
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