Not all Muslim soldiers are the same, what about Captain Kahn?


It took Michelle Malkin in her post Not all U.S. Muslim soldiers are equal to start to go where I first feared to tread but sure wanted to. I am talking about Muslim Captain Humayun Khan who died in battle and whose father was the star of the Democrat convention.

Khizr Kahn, Trumps nemesis of the week, just who is he?

Honestly, it was and is hard for me to believe with a family as radical as we have learned the father to be that the son would be willing to kill other Muslims and have the wrath of Allah come down upon himself. No virgins for him. Michelle is careful to step away from the question of the loyalty of the son. But I’m not. But in the end no one will look into the son loyalty. We will assume him to be a loyal American. Perhaps we should. But let’s look at some of the other loyal Muslims who have entered our Military. Starting with our “work place violence” fellow Hasan. Here we go with Malkin:

Don’t take my word for it. Just re-read the ignored warnings issued by Muslim soldier Nidal Hasan, the vengeful mass murderer who gunned down 13 service members — including a pregnant private first class who lost her life and her child — and wounded more than 30 others at Fort Hood in 2009.

Two years before his rampage, while a senior-year medical school resident in psychology, U.S. Army Major Hasan delivered a 50-slide PowerPoint presentation to classmates and military superiors at Walter Reed. It was titled “The Koranic World View As It Relates to Muslims in the U.S. Military.” Quoting chapter and verse, Hasan illuminated “what the Koran inculcates in the minds of Muslims and the potential implications this may have for the U.S. military.”

Hasan cited the Verse of the Sword (“I have been commanded to fight the people until they testify that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah”), explained “offensive” and “defensive” jihad and summarized the concept of “abrogation” — in which warring verses of the Quran trumped “peaceful verses.”

Traitor Hasan Akbar, the 326th Engineer Battalion Muslim-American soldier who lobbed stolen hand grenades and shot his M-4 automatic rifle into three tents filled with sleeping commanding officers at the 101st Airborne Division’s 1st Brigade operations center in Kuwait in 2003.

Capt. Christopher Seifert, 27, and Maj. Gregory Stone, 40, died during the fragging. Fourteen others suffered wounds from grenade shrapnel.

Willful blindness to a Muslim-American soldier’s fundamental internal conflict of loyalties led to those murders and injuries. Despite several incidents of insubordination and prior invocation of his Islamic beliefs to skip out of the 1991 Persian Gulf War, Akbar’s superiors sent him to Kuwait — and put him in charge of clearing land mines.

A decade later, in 2013, former Muslim-American Navy veteran Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif and an accomplice were convicted of plotting to kill officers and employees at a Seattle military recruiting center. The would-be killers wanted to retaliate against “the American military presence in the Middle East” and to prevent our troops “from going to Islamic lands and killing Muslims.” The co-conspirators cited Nidal Hasan’s Fort Hood attack as inspiration.

In March, U.S. Air Force vet and avionics weapons systems expert Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh, who declared himself a “Mujahid,” was convicted of providing material support to ISIS. Last spring, 22-year-old Army National Guard specialist Hasan Edmonds was arrested on his way overseas to join the Islamic State. He had plotted attacks on his Illinois National Guard Armory, police stations and courts.

Over the years, I’ve reported on many more of Allah’s soldiers in American uniforms, including:

–Army soldier Ali Mohamed, who pleaded guilty to conspiring with Osama bin Laden to “attack any Western target in the Middle East” and admitted his role in the 1998 African embassy bombings.

–Naval reservist Semi Osman, linked to a terrorist training camp in Oregon.

–Army reservist Jeffrey Leon Battle, who pleaded guilty to conspiring to levy war against the United States.

–Navy sailor Hassan Abu-Jihaad, convicted on espionage and material terrorism support charges after serving aboard the USS Benfold and sharing classified information with al-Qaida financiers, including U.S. ship movements prior to the USS Cole bombing in Yemen.

–U.S. Army Private First Class Naser Jason Abdo, who plotted to kill his fellow soldiers to “get even” with the military and strike at kafirs (non-Muslims).

The military’s Muslim chaplains program has been similarly compromisedby radical imams tied to the jihad-waging Muslim Brotherhood.

This is not “Islamophobia.” This is fact: Not all U.S. Muslim soldiers are equal. To deny the deadly risk is to enable it.

28 Responses to “Not all Muslim soldiers are the same, what about Captain Kahn?”

  1. THE RIPENING WANDERER Says:

    Dear Linda — Your Dad gave you some good advice but I think there is a little problem with the advice. Let me explain: “Facts” always reflect the bias, opinions and leanings and preferences of those who “Find” them and present them to other people for consideration. Thus I can find a “Fact” that states in emphatic terms that “The Ripening Wanderer” (That’s me) is full of …. crap. I can also search until I find a “Fact” that states in just as emphatic terms that “The Ripening Wanderer” is a genius who needs to be listened to. Two different “Facts” from two different sets of beliefs and observations. But in the minds of those who came up with the two conflicting “Facts” both of their statements are Gospel truth itself and nobody is going to change either one of their minds. So yes, always look for the facts but remember that the idea of “Facts” is not set in concrete and that one person’s fact is another person’s falsehood. And that’s a fact! LOL

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  2. THE RIPENING WANDERER Says:

    This will set the very underwear of the muzzwad apologists and sympathizewwrs ablaze with rage and angst and any one of us who sees the truth as you have presented it will be accused by the apologists of “Living in mindless fear of a fantasy that does not exist” or we will be labeled as Islamaphobes or bigots. But when it comes to saving my life or the life of a loved one then I am totally grateful for people like you who know the truth and who are not afraid to put it out there. Hopefully the sheeple will wake up from their media-induced stupor and remember their 2nd Amendment Rights if they can’t remember anything else about the horrible threat radical Islamic terrorism presents for them and those they love. The question I am forced to ask myself all the time is, “Are their radicalized jihadis living next door to me pretending to be nice and helpful and understanding and even pretending to be my friend until something snaps inside them and they go on their missions for their idea of God.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks so much for your well thought out comments. Under the guise of being P.C. we are to be led like lambs to the slaughter? We are to deny reality. Never before have we been under such peril and still bringing these wolves to our shores. Obama is so proud. He got the 10,000 Syrians here that who knows how many will attempt to kill us. And only a couple of hundred Christians. Says it all.

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      • THE RIPENING WANDERER Says:

        Don’t forget that “He” (The One) is also pretty much ignoring the wanton wholesale slaughter of Christians in The Mid East. If one did not know better one might come to the conclusion that in some as-yet-misunderstood way he approves. When was the last time we saw a picture of “Him” attending church with his family? When was the last time “He” quoted a verse of Scripture in a speech?

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  3. Mustang Says:

    As with paranoia, one is not paranoid when people really are trying to kill you; and neither are you an Islamophobe. Let common sense reign supreme.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thank you Mustang. Well said. We seem to have lost common sense for the most part. Especially when it comes to our safety and well being.

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  4. Not all Muslim soldiers are the same, what about Captain Kahn? | zooforyou Says:

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks for the link.

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  5. Jonathan Hughes Says:

    Islam is all about promoting itself using septifuge. God is not like that. How can Muslims obey God? Jesus talked about doing good to people. Jesus did not do what a Muslim does.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I don’t get what the draw is for this primitive religion except for men wanting power and are very angry toward women

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    • THE RIPENING WANDERER Says:

      Muslims do not talk to God — they talk to “Allah.” The thing is Jesus is not in some grave somewhere but Mohammad is. That makes the difference for me.

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  6. the unit Says:

    Khizr may have worn his Gold Star lapel pin at DNC. But from what I’ve read about him, he probably wears another the rest of the time.
    https://shopping.yahoo.com/1059476263-religious-gold-islam-crescent-moon-and-star-lapel-pin/

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Well done Unit

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  7. Always On Watch Says:

    Bunkerville,
    Willful blindness to a Muslim-American soldier’s fundamental internal conflict of loyalties led to those murders and injuries.

    Excellent point!

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Well, I stepped where angels fear to tread!

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      • THE RIPENING WANDERER Says:

        It’s not the angels who fear to tread there, my friend … it is the counterfeit angels … the angels of light … they are the ones who fear to tread in paths where truth lies waiting. You have not tread where the angels fear to go … you have spoken words of wisdom that might save somebody’s life someday when a snarling Jihadi comes at them with intent to separate their head from their shoulders and they remember what you have warned them about as they take defensive actions with whatever they have at hand …. or in their holster … as the case may be.

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  8. geeez2014 Says:

    “This is fact: Not all U.S. Muslim soldiers are equal. To deny the deadly risk is to enable it.”
    We can extrapolate that to say “Not all U.S. civilian Muslim citizens are equal and to deny the deadly risk is to enable it.”

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Well said. The words speak for themselves.

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  9. Sparky Says:

    I don’t care if Khan was an alleged hero. Personally, I smell an O’rat. The Muslim ‘religion’ is satan worship. Allah is another name for Baal, the devil, etc. I have a graphic that shows their progression from Baal to Allah. Same statue, same beliefs. NO ONE can worship evil then put icing on it and call it ‘good’. It’s still rotten underneath. Anything that is perceived as so is just that, an illusion. All Muslims should be banned from our country. To put them in power in our government, military, etc. is insanity and treasonous. Period. There’s your third rail. Let the trolls begin.
    Good post Bunkerville.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thank you.

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    • Just Simply Linda Says:

      that was the word I was looking for, Sparky: trolls. lol—and since you and I have discussed this—I agree, you just said it differently than what I am/we are thinking here in this house. smiles

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    • THE RIPENING WANDERER Says:

      Sparky — we were warned that these days would come. We are living in the last days and Jesus will come again soon to take His faithful with Him so they may be where He is as He has promised. Before that day the legions of anti-christ will be doing their thing …. invading countries under pretext of seeking shelter from tyranny in their own land but with the motive of invading host countries, settling down comfortably in those host countries and living off the welfare systems of those host countries and breeding and breeding until their numbers are greater than the numbers of the citizens in the host countries and then they will get themselves elected to offices and eventually take over the government and establish their caliphate and kill all the unbelievers or make slaves of them all …. People had better wake up, my friend … the time is short … Look up because your redemption draweth nigh.

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  10. Just Simply Linda Says:

    We were discussing this very thing yesterday….about how many folks have been murdered by their fellow comrades. My husband said it is because the military is no longer vetting or giving psych evals. One (term used as general) might want to dig further about the son…I am so not going to go there…let me just say, the son was having great difficulty with carrying out his duties. (and before anyone attacks me, I know he died protecting his comrades)

    Yes, friend, I do believe it is going to get more ugly before November.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I know I was touching the third rail but what the heck, my blog. I wondered if anyone would be brave enough to comment and what the traffic would be.

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      • Just Simply Linda Says:

        well..I ought to just keep my big mouth shut…but that is the problem…to many people keeping their mouths shut.

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      • Just Simply Linda Says:

        PS If you ever feel I am going to far—just delete my comment(s). My dad always said, to back it with facts.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        I love your comments. Looks like this post is not going to be a smoker. 🙂

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      • Lorra B. Says:

        I was going to comment just that, but you beat me to it! Americans are so afraid to offend that they will walk straight to the slaughter. The brainwashing going on is beyond comprehension and our children are growing up in a world afraid to not only question another’s true intent, but our government as well. Instead of using their God-given brains they are being taught to not question. It is a downward spiral that I fear will be ever so hard to recover from, especially if the Dems are voted back in and Hillary actually lies her way to the WH.

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