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Gus802 says Pfc. Naser Abdo was Secular

by Rodan ( 28 Comments › )
Filed under Al Qaeda, Blogwars, Dhimmitude, Diary of Daedalus, Islam, Islamic Supremacism, Islamic Terrorism, Islamists, Leftist-Islamic Alliance, LGF, Special Report at July 28th, 2011 - 6:24 pm

America hating Far Left Argentine Gus802 continues to make a fool of himself. After trashing the Norwegian shooter as a Christian militant despite the evidence he was motivated by Norwegian Nationalism, he makes excuses for Pfc. Naser Abdo. He claims that Abdo had no religious motivation in his planned attack.

AL-Qaeda is not fighting for Islam? Can you explain the Caliphate Gus802? You claim people on the right make excuses for the Norway shooting, yet you make excuses for AL-Qaeda and Pfc. Naser Abdo. Well let’s see  what Abdo’s motivations are!

“Islam is a peaceful religion, it’s not a religion of warfare,” Abdo said. “And it’s not a religion of terror. As a Muslim, we stand against injustice, we stand against discrimination, and I feel it’s my duty as an individual to do this.”

So he wasn’t motivated by Islam Gus?

KILLEEN, Texas (AP) — An AWOL soldier who had weapons stashed in a motel room near Fort Hood has admitted to planning an attack on the Texas post, where 13 people died in 2009 in the worst mass shooting ever on a U.S. military installation, the Army said in an alert issued Thursday.

Pfc. Naser Abdo, a 21-year-old soldier who was granted conscientious objector status this year after he said his Muslim beliefs prevented him from fighting, was arrested Wednesday. Agents found firearms and “items that could be identified as bomb-making components, including gunpowder,” in his motel room, according to FBI spokesman Erik Vasys.

Read the rest: Army: AWOL soldier admits to Fort Hood attack plan

Gus802 is a dishonest America hater.

As of this writing, Charles Johnson has not mention this attempted attack.

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28 Responses to “Gus802 says Pfc. Naser Abdo was Secular”
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  1. lobo91
    1 | July 28, 2011 6:31 pm

    Here’s a song for Gus:

    “Pretzel Logic” by Steely Dan.


  2. Fritz Katz
    2 | July 28, 2011 6:56 pm

    Here’s a must read from Ann Coulter detailing the LEFTIST connections of the Norway Terrorist, Breivik:

    New York Times Reader Kills Dozens in Norway


  3. Lily
    3 | July 28, 2011 7:11 pm

    To even say this fool is stupid is too lame for him. He is willfully ignorant sob. And as far as I am concerned if he is from Argentia …he can keep his damn opinion to himself.
    /Osmama Bin Laden was all about religion so was the Taliban.
    Apparently someone needs to hit him over the head with a cluebat!!!


  4. lobo91
    4 | July 28, 2011 7:29 pm

    @ Lily:

    Maybe he wants to be the next Director of National Intelligence?

    Willful ignorance of Islam seems to be a prerequisite…


  5. 5 | July 28, 2011 7:51 pm

    Gus802 is unaware that Islam is a total ideology. Its political and religious messages are inseparable.
    His comment is a classic example of the mental contortions that commenters on that site have to go through in order not to fall foul of the anti-Islamophobia posturing. Sensitivity to Muslims translates into exculpation of Islam. Christians are only approved of in their secular guise -- when they are pro-choice and anti-creationist, and liberal. Christianity and Judaism are OK if cultural add-ons to democratic politics.

    Gus may be trying to grasp at a philosophy that any crime or act of terror is always political/secular and never religious. Yet of the three monotheisms, it is very clear that Islam directs people to violent jihad in the name of religion where Christianity and Judaism do not.

    Whether motivated by jihad or ant-war, nationalism or socialism, the individual who commits mass murder must be punished -- by death. Were our judicial system to countenance political crime as a category of crime, the conservative idea of equality before the law would be lost -- itself criminalized, no doubt.


  6. 6 | July 28, 2011 7:54 pm

    @ Overlook:

    Well said.


  7. mtc
    7 | July 28, 2011 7:55 pm

    I think Gus is silly. So there!


  8. Brick
    8 | July 28, 2011 8:06 pm

    Ok, I give up. Who the hell is Gus802?


  9. Lily
    9 | July 28, 2011 8:08 pm

    lobo91 wrote:

    @ Lily:

    Maybe he wants to be the next Director of National Intelligence?

    Willful ignorance of Islam seems to be a prerequisite…

    He would fit the bill….but the name should be
    Director of National Lack of Intelligence!

    It just seems more fitting!


  10. Lily
    10 | July 28, 2011 8:09 pm

    Brick wrote:

    Ok, I give up. Who the hell is Gus802?

    An inbred Little Green Football poster……


  11. Brick
    11 | July 28, 2011 8:12 pm

    Lily wrote:

    Brick wrote:

    Ok, I give up. Who the hell is Gus802?

    An inbred Little Green Football poster……

    That explains why I’ve never heard of him then. Thank you. :)


  12. 13 | July 28, 2011 9:05 pm

    Overlook wrote:

    Gus may be trying to grasp at a philosophy that any crime or act of terror is always political/secular and never religious. Yet of the three monotheisms, it is very clear that Islam directs people to violent jihad in the name of religion where Christianity and Judaism do not.

    In addition, Islam is far more a political ideology than it is a religion. It would be more accurate to call it a political ideology masquerading as a religion.


  13. Prebanned
    14 | July 28, 2011 9:31 pm

    “Islam is a peaceful religion, it’s not a religion of warfare,” Abdo said. “And it’s not a religion of terror. As a Muslim, we stand against injustice, we stand against discrimination, and I feel it’s my duty as an individual to do this.”

    It was going to be a peaceful bomb, not a bomb of warfare and certainly not a bomb of terror.


  14. Prebanned
    15 | July 28, 2011 9:36 pm

    @ Overlook:
    Naw, Mate, Gus is a Liberal, and Liberals never let facts or logic bog down the idiot thoughts that chase each other round thier empty skulls.


  15. refugee000
    16 | July 28, 2011 10:44 pm

    Gus is a fucking moron.


  16. Chilliboy
    17 | July 29, 2011 3:50 am

    Wow…I guess this site is for Islam haters. You are all a bunch of ignorant morons who clearly have nothing better to do than look for news involving a Muslim so you can trash their religion. Half of you probably know absolutely nothing about the religion while the rest of quote from other sites to seem like you know what you talking about. I do believe that Quranic text when translated into english don’t have the same meaning but you all know this right…or you probably don’t care. Funny how I never see the Muslims hate speech against Christ. Phillip Daniel…you must be an Imam right? You seem to know soooo much and come up with these fantastic quotes about how Muslims are told to KILL KILL KILL. LOL. You guys are like schoolyard bullies picking on the quiet boy until he eventually punches you in the face and then can tell the headmaster how violent the boy is. GROW UP.
    I can’t wait to hear the comments about me. How you’ll be telling each other what a dick Islam lover I am. GO FOR IT CHAPS!!!!


  17. 18 | July 29, 2011 9:07 am

    Chilliboy wrote:

    Wow…I guess this site is for Islam haters. You are all a bunch of ignorant morons who clearly have nothing better to do than look for news involving a Muslim so you can trash their religion. Half of you probably know absolutely nothing about the religion while the rest of quote from other sites to seem like you know what you talking about. I do believe that Quranic text when translated into english don’t have the same meaning but you all know this right…or you probably don’t care. Funny how I never see the Muslims hate speech against Christ. Phillip Daniel…you must be an Imam right? You seem to know soooo much and come up with these fantastic quotes about how Muslims are told to KILL KILL KILL. LOL. You guys are like schoolyard bullies picking on the quiet boy until he eventually punches you in the face and then can tell the headmaster how violent the boy is. GROW UP.
    I can’t wait to hear the comments about me. How you’ll be telling each other what a dick Islam lover I am. GO FOR IT CHAPS!!!!

    Welcome …. enlighten us where the “English Quran” is wrong.


  18. Chilliboy
    19 | July 29, 2011 9:54 am

    @ Peter:
    Hi Peter. That is a rather difficult question to answer. This may sound silly but if I were to read a Shakespeare book I may end up interpreting the meaning differently to someone else. What is figurative and what is literal? That is how the Quran is read by non-experts. Go and speak to an Imam and hear what he says about Islam and killing. He will say they are a peaceful people but others will come with their own quotes and interpretations and tell him he is wrong. Doesn’t make sense does it.

    Muslims can easily class us as Drunkards, fornicators and murderers. They can say that drunk driving has killed more people annually than terrorist attacks and they’d be right.
    Anyway that was a bit off topic. The Quran and the Bible are basically the same. Yes there are a few differences…but yet the ‘Gospel of Barnabas’ in which Christ tells of another prophet and mentions him by name ‘Mohamed’ was left out of the Bible.

    Then Jesus said: ‘So secret is predestination, O brethren, that I say to you, truly, only to one man shall it be clearly known. He it is whom the nations look for, to whom the secrets of God are so clear that, when he comes into the world, blessed shall they be that shall listen to his words, because God shall overshadow them with his mercy even as this palm-tree overshadows us. Yes, even as this tree protects us from the burning heat of the sun, even so the mercy of God will protect from Satan them that believe in that man.’

    The disciples answered, “O Master, who shall that man be of whom you speak, who shall come into the world?” Jesus answered with joy of heart: ‘He is Muhammad;, Messenger of God, and when he comes
    into the world, even as the rain makes the earth to bear fruit when for a long time it has not rained, even so shall he be occasion of good works among men, through the abundant mercy which he shall bring. For he is a white cloud full of the mercy of God, which mercy God shall sprinkle upon the faithful like rain.’

    Hard to accept if you’re a Christian. So by insulting Islam you’re insulting Christ.


  19. least
    20 | July 29, 2011 10:28 am

    Chilliboy:
    The Bible is totally, internally consistent (meaning it doesn’t -in fact,it can’t -- contradict itself). The “gospel” of Barnabas contradicts itself and the Bible. That’s why it and all the other so called “Lost Gospels” were rejected.
    You and your ilk are living proof that, as the real Bible says, “Professing to be wise, they became fools . . . men love darkness . . .”
    Srsly, dude. Quit wasting your time with the empty crap that you’re thinking is wisdom. Get a(n eternal) life.


  20. Chilliboy
    21 | July 29, 2011 10:58 am

    @ least:
    You’re a funny guy. I never said I was wise…but then again neither are you. ‘It can’t contradict itself’…that says much about your intellect. You should not make such statements because unfortunately there are many. Check it yourself.
    Do you even know why they are called the ‘lost gospels’? Just how many books of the Bible are there? How much influence was there by man in the writing of the Bible? Why is there a ‘New Testament’? Why was a Roman Council involved?
    The bible is full of inconsistencies my friend. All you need do is research.
    The Gospel of Barnabas was just left out because it doesn’t conform to the what Christians believed at that time.
    But hey…I’m a Islam lover hence the Barnabas quote right. Wasn’t he a disciple of Christ?


  21. 22 | July 29, 2011 10:58 am

    @ Chilliboy:
    I asked WHERE in the “English Quran” is there a misunderstanding? Be specific. You never answered that question.

    By your thinking … i.e.
    Thomas Jefferson was given a copy of the “English Quran”, since he couldn’t read Arabic. Convinced HIM that it was evil. Hmmmmmm….. So he was wrong and shouldn’t have declared war on the Barbary Pirates.


  22. Doppelganger
    23 | July 29, 2011 11:24 am

    fools like Gus0802 will be the first ones to get their heads chopped. and I’m cool with that


  23. lobo91
    24 | July 29, 2011 12:55 pm

    @ Chilliboy:

    I can’t wait to hear the comments about me. How you’ll be telling each other what a dick Islam lover I am. GO FOR IT CHAPS!!!!

    No, I’m pretty sure tht you’re just a troll.


  24. 25 | July 29, 2011 12:59 pm

    More stupidity from the nut house I see.


  25. lobo91
    26 | July 29, 2011 1:05 pm

    @ WrathofG-d:

    Looks that way…


  26. 27 | July 29, 2011 1:21 pm

    Let’s just review the direct quotes from Mr. Abdo:

    http://www.kvue.com/news/local/Questions-remain-in-the-attack-planned-against-Fort-Hood-126388758.html

    “I’ve come to the conclusion that the consequences I face of refusing deployment are less than the consequences I face should I go,” said Abdo at the time.

    Abdo says he enlisted in the Army believing he would fight to protect Muslims. His feelings later changed.

    “I don’t think I could live with myself if I deployed,” he had mentioned.

    Abdo told police he wanted to “get even” with the military. He says he chose Fort Hood because of the deadly 2009 massacre on post.


  27. least
    28 | July 30, 2011 10:00 pm

    Chilliboy:
    I apologize for not replying sooner.
    Your comment is so stereotypical. Instead of parroting the non-believing “party line”, why don’t you be the grownup in the room and enlighten us poor deluded fools -- we so obviously need your help -- by actually providing a sample of what you consider to be a contradiction.
    And while you’re at it, why don’t you provide YOUR research about how you’ve answered all those questions you’ve raised?
    But beware -- many honest skeptics (those who were willing to go wherever the evidence led them) wound up becoming one of us deluded Christians.


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