Lawyer: Fort Hood Suspect Prevented From Praying

After killing 12 of our brave soldiers, Islamic terrorist Hasan has the nerve to play the victim card. Claiming that he was not allowed to pray to the religion that this attack was in accordance with. What a shame.

From the “Justice” chapter of Reliance of the Traveller
A Classic Manual of Islamic Sacred Law

THE RULES OF WARFARE

o9.10
It is not permissible (A: in jihad) to kill women or children unless they are fighting against the Muslims. Nor is it permissible to kill animals, unless they are being ridden into battle against the Muslims, or if killing them will help defeat the enemy. It is permissible to kill old men (O: old man (shaykh) meaning someone more than forty years of age) and monks.

Lawyer: Fort Hood suspect prevented from praying
Monday, December 21, 2009

An attorney for the man charged in the deadly shootings at Fort Hood says the Army has prohibited his client from praying in Arabic with his family.

Attorney John P. Galligan said police stopped a phone conversation between Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan and his brother on Friday because it was not in English. Galligan told the San Antonio Express-News that police at Brooke Army Medical Center refused to let Hasan pray in Arabic.

Galligan says he thinks that’s illegal and violation of Hasan’s religious rights.

Hasan has been charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder and 32 counts of attempted premeditated murder in the Nov. 5 attack.

The military has imposed restrictions requiring Hasan to speak only in English on the phone or with visitors unless an interpreter is present.

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