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San Francisco Hit & Run Driver Called Himself a Terrorist

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After Omeed Aziz Popal was arrested he referred to himself as a terrorist. But the police appeared to have ignored his statements and said it had nothing to do with terrorism.

Check out the KTVU News report courtesy of Jihad Watch.

Update: LGF has the video as well, but of just the last portion which has the reporter saying that a witness told him that the suspect referred to himself as a terrorist.

The explanation so far is that Popal is mentally unstable and may have snapped after his arranged marriage:

The driver in a bloody hit-and-run spree that killed one man and injured more than a dozen people was mentally unstable and feeling stress from a recent arranged marriage, according to relatives.


Omeed A. Popal, 29, was taken into custody Tuesday following a rampage that terrorized pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists. Authorities believe it began more than an hour earlier when his black Honda Pilot fatally struck a man in the East Bay area.

"He drove on sidewalks, streets, hit people on crosswalks. It runs the gamut," said police spokesman Sgt. Neville Gittens.

Popal was arrested on suspicion of 14 counts of attempted murder and a charge of willful flight after causing serious injury or death, Gittens said.

A woman who identified herself as Popal's cousin said he had been having recurring nightmares about someone coming to kill him and had been taking medication.

"He thought the devil was coming to him," said Zargona Ramish, who went to the family's home Tuesday afternoon while Popal's relatives were speaking with police. "He is a very good person. He is not like that. What's wrong with him?"

Another cousin, Hamid Nekrawesh, said a recent arranged marriage in Afghanistan, where his family is from, may have contributed to Popal's problems.

"The kid grew up here. He wasn't used to the lifestyle in Afghanistan. I'm sure that put a lot of pressure on him," Nekrawesh said.

Yet, officials close to the case say he has shown no signs of mental illness:

A source close to the investigation in San Francisco, however, said Popal showed no signs of mental illness or remorse in his initial interviews with authorities. Popal reportedly told police that he had run down pedestrians "because he just wanted to."

His cousin said that his experiences in Afghanistan may have had an effect on him:

Another cousin, Hamid Nekrawesh, said a recent arranged marriage in Afghanistan, where his family is from, may have contributed to Popal's problems.


"The kid grew up here. He wasn't used to the lifestyle in Afghanistan. I'm sure that put a lot of pressure on him," Nekrawesh said.

And what kind of Afghan lifestyle is Popal's cousin referring to?

More from the Mercury News:

Relatives of a Fremont man connected to Tuesday's deadly driving rampage said he may have been distraught after returning recently from Afghanistan without his newlywed wife who iswaiting for a visa.

Usually those with visa issues talk to immigration officials, not viciously run down innocent people.

He was born in Afghanistan, but came to the United States at a young age. Three months ago, he returned to his home country to marry, relatives said, and his wife's family was very traditional and strict.

``He grew up as a Western boy in the United States and went to Afghanistan to get married culturally over there,'' Nekrawesh said.

Nekrawesh wondered if the stress of the trip and the culture shock had an impact on Popal, especially given that Afghan weddings are very large, and Popal comes from a large extended family.

The bride's family didn't allow the couple to meet or talk before the wedding, Nekrawesh said.

``The only thing would be some kind of mental pressure,'' Nekrawesh said, adding that Popal seemed happy before leaving for Kabul. ``The lifestyle is very different in Afghanistan.''

His family members keep attributing "culture shock" to Mr. Popal's behavior. What did he see or do over in Afghanistan that would cause him to come home and suddently have the urge to hunt down innocent Americans with his SUV?

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Comments (53)

"He thought the de... (Below threshold)
"He thought the devil was coming to him," said Zargona Ramish
Coming to him? Well...I believe the Devil made it.
He thinks he's a terrorist.... (Below threshold)
Evan3457:

He thinks he's a terrorist.

Who am I to disagree.

Nope, nope, he's the same as you and me. Just a poor fella who went a little off his rocker, I guess. C'est la vie.

Can we all please stop kidding ourselves?

I know what was the matter ... (Below threshold)
jhow66:

I know what was the matter with him-he was afraid of what he would find when he raised the "burka" for the first time.

The real question here shou... (Below threshold)
sanssoucy:

The real question here should be:

"We let this asshole into our country because _______________ ?"

Why the fuck aren't these people turned away at the door? What did Omar Azziz Zipperhead offer America that we just had to let him in?

SS

Thanks for the link to the ... (Below threshold)
Lee:

Thanks for the link to the KTVU report.

Rob Roth, reporter - KTVU

"The police say he may have been many things, but he's not a terrorist"

The kid grew up here. He... (Below threshold)
plainslow:

The kid grew up here. He wasn't used to the lifestyle in Afghanistan. I'm sure that put a lot of pressure on him," Nekrawesh said. So, drive over people in Afghanistan, not here. We did'nt make him get married.

I think if we were to psych... (Below threshold)
Peter F.:

I think if we were to psychologically examine terrorists/jihadists at large, we'd find most of them to be "mentally unstable" by Western standards.

Omeed Aziz Popal, however, does not seem like a jihadist/terrorist at the moment, but someone is battling mental illness, unlike Seattle terrorist Naveed Afzal Haq.

The question may turn out t... (Below threshold)
Mitchell:

The question may turn out to be, is Islamism a mental disorder.

Nothing to see here people, move along, broad cross section of society, religion of peace, blah blah blah.

Omeed was my neighbor, and ... (Below threshold)
Jennifer:

Omeed was my neighbor, and while I don't know what his motivations were, (other than the fact he was mentally ill and hallucinating)I find it a bit obnoxious to read some of the assyumptions made here simply because of his race.

Our community is home to ther US's largest Afghani population, which is made up of people who came here to flee terrorism and oppression. They do not go about in Burkas, or any of the other backwards practices ascribed to them here. There are Afghani parents on the PTA, restaurant owners, engineers, etc. By and large they have embraced American culture, most are well-to-do families in a wealthy Bay Area community who are college-educated, intelligent, and liberal. The lot of you ought to be ashamed of yourselves.

It should also be noted tha... (Below threshold)
Jennifer:

It should also be noted that despite what was reported here, Mr Popal made no statements of any kind and did not speak to officers at all when he was apprehended.

And we'll just take your wo... (Below threshold)

And we'll just take your word for it, Jennifer, that everything you say is the truth. Mhmm.

I'll bet yer neighborhood i... (Below threshold)
moseby:

I'll bet yer neighborhood is stinky one.

What,you say? A terrorist a... (Below threshold)
groucho:

What,you say? A terrorist attack? By a man of Afghani descent? We should invade Grenada immediately. We already did that? OK, how about Uruguay? or Finland. Yeah Finland Let's bring 'em democracy. They already have it? Darn. Gotta think of another reason. There's gotta be one somewhere. Get me Dick and Rummy on the phone!

Jennifer, whether this guy ... (Below threshold)
Brad:

Jennifer, whether this guy was mentally ill and hallucinating or not, anyone who runs down 14 people with his car is an asshole. And in these days and times, we're a little tired of foreign assholes, and yes--foreign Muslim assholes. Since a certain day about 5 years ago, toleration for violent foreign Muslim assholes is a little thin. Sorry if that offends you.

Let's not be xenophobic but... (Below threshold)

Let's not be xenophobic but let's at least be prudent:

NO MORE IMMIGRATION: LEGAL or ILLEGAL

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"And we'll just take your w... (Below threshold)

"And we'll just take your word for it, Jennifer, that everything you say is the truth. "

Of course not- you prefer rumor, innuendo, and snarkiness. Not that you couldn't research the subject on your own throught the wondrous power of the internets, if you were so inclined.

"I'll bet yer neighborhood is stinky one."

And I bet you have cooties.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fremont,_California

Jennifer, whether this guy ... (Below threshold)
Jennifer Emick:

Jennifer, whether this guy was mentally ill and hallucinating or not, anyone who runs down 14 people with his car is an asshole."

Of course he's an asshole. But there's not any evidence he's Muslim other than assumptions because of his race- and here, assumptions about Muslims/Afghans have already caused many of my neigbors harm (including loss of life) because of violent native-born assholes.

Damn videogames!! It's all ... (Below threshold)

Damn videogames!! It's all their fault!!!

Having lived and grown up i... (Below threshold)
Peter F.:

Having lived and grown up in the Bay Area for the first 30+ years of my life, I can unequivocally testify to the fact that Fremont, CA, is in fact a "stinky" area. Just in terms of actual culture (or lack thereof) and people, not smell.

In fact, I believe the city's motto is "Fremont: At The Butt End of Alameda County."

Of the 3, I prefer "snarkin... (Below threshold)
moseby:

Of the 3, I prefer "snarkiness". I find that it fulfills all of the emotions that one needs when jumping to conclusion about some Muslim skell. And yes, I did have cooties, but the abundant herpes shankers chased them all away...boo hoo

"... assumptions about M... (Below threshold)
sanssoucy:

"... assumptions about Muslims/Afghans have already caused many of my neigbors harm (including loss of life) because of violent native-born assholes."

Cite?

SS

Well, Jennifer, you can't h... (Below threshold)
Thrush:

Well, Jennifer, you can't help but notice that these days the majority of terrorist attacks are performed/planned by young to middle aged people who follow Islam. People, who cry out "Allahu Akbar!" while attacking people. If your community is embracing America, then that's great. I wish there were more of you.

But lately there seems to be an awful lot of Muslims who are Muslims first, and countrymen at a distant second. They refuse to assimilate into prevaling society, instead making enclaves within their host countries that follow their own rules and reject the culture around them. They use our anti-discrimination laws to demand special rights, claiming anything else is profiling or racism. They refuse to cooperate with police on matters dealing with one of their own (sometimes, they are even directed to defy police by their local Imam).

So yes, Americans are getting fed up with the politically correctness of hiding the religious similarities of these attackers. They might be isolated incidents, but if they're all following the same religion, do you think there might just be a connection? Just like the British plane bomber martyr tapes claim that they do not care what their fate is, as long as they strike at the Infidels. All for their religion.

Religion is a fine thing. Many good things (such as morals) are impressed upon people via their religious upbringing. But when a religion tells people that it's fine to kill yourself as long as you die trying to kill "the other guy", then you really have to step back and take a hard look at what's going on. Why does this religion not value life? Why does it believe that trading your life to end the life of someone not of the religion is a good trade?

do you remember oklahoma ci... (Below threshold)
citrusrose:

do you remember oklahoma city? how about columbine? do you know where the term 'going postal' came from? i think this guy assimilated to american culture pretty well...

"What did he see or do over... (Below threshold)
Gmac:

"What did he see or do over in Afghanistan that would cause him to come home and suddently have the urge to hunt down innocent Americans with his SUV?"
Maybe he got a look at the bride and decided that 72 virgins in paradise was a more appealing option.

LOL! Too funny, Gmac!... (Below threshold)

LOL! Too funny, Gmac!

nice molestache on that guy... (Below threshold)

nice molestache on that guy btw.

I put the curse of goat-rai... (Below threshold)
todd:

I put the curse of goat-raisins upon your mustache, Omeen! Your mustache smells like your mamma's trigger finger!

I've got a question since s... (Below threshold)
mantis:

I've got a question since so many of you love to scream terrorist the instant anyone who you think might be Muslim does pretty much anything. Like throwing away a a McDonald's bag or being claustrophobic on a plane (turns out she was a 60 year old white Vermont woman, instead of the Arab terrorist the bedwetters assumed, though MKH held on to the idea that her claustrophobia was a distraction from the real terrorism). Anyway, here's some evidence of the burgeoning threat from the Christian terrorists.

I guess it's a trend. Now anytime a white person is involved in a hit and run we can shout Christian terrorism! and we're not crazy reactionaries, but responsible and stalwart in the face of the ubiquitous terrorist threat, right?

The word, friends, is patience. It's ok to wait for facts. Oh wait, a single anonymous person told KTVU she heard the guy say he was a terrorist, despite the fact that he was surrounded by cops and no one else heard him say a word. I guess that's enough for me, it must be an Al Qaeda plot!

This is too weird, here is ... (Below threshold)

This is too weird, here is a Profile entry on a Labor Law Talk forum which gives the birthdate I discussed earlier and posted on http://powdertracks.blogspot.com

The Profile of this Guy on Labor Law Talk forum http://www.laborlawtalk.com/member.php?userid=73513 shows his birthdate would make him 29 just like Omeed Azziz Popal. Is too coincidental? I bet the New York DA, Barry Weinrib, that put the Brother, Farid Popal from Fremont California in Jail, in May 2006, for murder of a 24 year old Law Student, Samiya Haqiqi, several years ago in Jail in May 2006 is Jewish too!.... Did this coupled with the "Arranged Marriage" Blues and the recent bad Press the IDF has had, and the success of the American led coalition forces in Afganistan make this Monster turn into a Rabid Antisemite too. See the Free Farid Popal Project @ http://www.freefaridpopal.com/background.html
View Profile: freefarid
freefarid http://www.laborlawtalk.com/showthread.php?t=146330

Birthday:
October 11, 1977
Biography:
My brother has been wrongfully convicted of a crime he didn't committ. the justice system has failed
Location:
USA

Thanks

Just because he is an Afgan... (Below threshold)
Zibby:

Just because he is an Afgani he is a terrorist? No wonder this Country is so hated.

Was the shooter in N.Carolina a terrorist?

What about Warren Steed Jeffs? Terrorist?

Where should we send them 'back to'?

You think all of the crimes are committed by foriengers becuase you cannont handle that Americans are just as sick and messed up as everyone else.

I am not defending the guy. He is an obvious wack job. But the fact that his is an Afgani has NOTHING to do with it. There are plenty of crazys all colors, religions and nationalities.

Picking out/on this fact is pointless. Dissing Fremont is weak - one of the BEST public schools in the COUNTRY is in Fremont. It is only 'stinky' if you think well educated, affluent, respectful, kind, warm hearted, people (who love their children too) are stinky.

How about disucssing why he drove 45 minutes after killing his first victim? Were police/highway patrol looking for him? San Francisco is a long way from Fremont - why was he not stopped before he did more damage?

p.s. Jennifer my apologies for the mean-spirited people on this site. Ignorance creates fear and hate. Please know that they are probably very good people, just scared people.

"the majority of terrorist... (Below threshold)
Jennifer:

"the majority of terrorist attacks are performed/planned by young to middle aged people who follow Islam"

No, the majority are homegrown, almost always middle and lower class whites- left wing groups like ALF, right wing bombers, etc. -like the ones who threw a molotov into a home where a 3 year old was playing because he thought the family was Muslim, or the folks who blew up the Fed bldg in Okhlahoma, or James Krar & Co, who were caught with chemical weapons & a few dozen bombs he planned to use on his fellow Americans (including a cyanide bomb he apparently planned to use at the pentagon), the ricin terrorist, Eric Rudolph and friends, in all some 30 plots by homegrown terrorists have been thwarted but a number have gotten through.

"Dissing Fremont is weak - ... (Below threshold)
Jennifer Emick:

"Dissing Fremont is weak - one of the BEST public schools in the COUNTRY is in Fremont. It is only 'stinky' if you think well educated, affluent, respectful, kind, warm hearted, people (who love their children too) are stinky.
"

Thank you. After living in a majority white, bland town for many years, Fremont is fresh air. My children go to school with Chinese, Russian, Afghani, Indian, Thai, Greek, and Philippino children, among others...so it goes without saying that kids here haven't many problems with geography or social studies! Not to mention all the amazing food, the fabric stores, all the temples and churches, and another cultural festival practically every other week. (Did I mention the bollywood theaters?) Where else can you have a Zorastrian come to your garage sale and buy all your religious books, or see Monks in Saffron robes at the neighborhood park? I love this place.

The only downside is that everyone wants to live here, which makes it very, very expensive.

Zibby:First, bring... (Below threshold)
Peter F.:

Zibby:

First, bringing up alleged Christian terrorists such as the ones you've mentioned is a weak and feckless argument that is only mildly clever in disguising what you're really doing: attempting to sterotype Christians as somehow being evil; in short, you do the exact the same thing you accuse others of doing.

Second, the people who perpetrated the acts you describe are individuals who happen to be Christians yet are not affiliated with any organized or recognized domestic terrorist organization, save perhaps for Rudolph.

For the moment, I agree with both you and mantis (heaven help me): Popal is apparently suffering from mental illness. Until we hear definitively otherwise, we should all just stop speculating. You're right, the fact that he's Afghani has almost zero to do with his crime right now. That could change, but for now he appears to be unwell.

"Evidence of the burgeoning threat from the Christian terrorists."

Come on, mantis, that's just really weak evidence and so much hyperbole. Those are acts of individuals and you know it. If you really want to compare the two known worldwide terrorist groups try here. You'll note that Islamic terrorist groups far outnumber Christian terrorist groups by a healthy margin. And, save, for the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda, are far and away more violent and powerful forces in the world. Moreover, Islamic terror groups are responsible for nearly all of the world's present conflicts.

Come on, mantis, that's ... (Below threshold)
mantis:

Come on, mantis, that's just really weak evidence and so much hyperbole.

Actually, it was sarcasm.

Those are acts of individuals and you know it.

That was my point, which you seemed to get, but then lost it.

Jennifer E.:Of cou... (Below threshold)
Peter F.:

Jennifer E.:

Of course people in Fremont are "affluent"! One HAS to be of affluence to live in the Bay Area, particularly anywhere NEAR the Bay itself. LOL

And "fresh air" and "Fremont" decidedly do NOT belong in the same sentence.

Hmmm. Grew up here in the ... (Below threshold)
charlie:

Hmmm. Grew up here in the open society of the states, was placed in arranged marriage, never even saw the bride until the wedding. Makes a plausible case for anger.
But - - personally, after seeing the happy couple, I would have considered just getting drunk or something, though visions of paradise and it's benefits would look awfully good.
There's got to be more to it than that.

mantis,Oh I got yo... (Below threshold)
Peter F.:

mantis,

Oh I got your point, Ms, Snarky Pants, but I don't see "how I lost it" if I still agree with you.

It was utterly pointless for you (not me) to bring up Christian terrorist groups in the first place IF we are talking about individual acts of lunacy. It's completely out of context and irrelevant to your otherwise sound point.

Oh I got your point, Ms,... (Below threshold)
mantis:

Oh I got your point, Ms, Snarky Pants, but I don't see "how I lost it" if I still agree with you.

You lost it because you think I'm serious about the incidents detailed in that link being Christian terrorism.

It was utterly pointless for you (not me) to bring up Christian terrorist groups in the first place IF we are talking about individual acts of lunacy.

Ummm, no. I bring it up because there are many, many people who are quick to claim anything any Muslim-looking or sounding person does is terrorism. If there are in fact Christian terrorists (and there are, though admittedly far less numerous than the Muslim ones), then one could use the same reasoning to claim all of those cases where Christians killed "in the name of God" are "Christian terrorism". And thus, anything violent act of a Christian-looking or sounding person can reasonably be construed as such. Pretty relevant if you ask me, in fact it's the same damn thing.

On the main point, namely not breaking out the Jump to Conclusions Mat™ and waiting for facts, obviously we agree.

Of course, if he's not a Mu... (Below threshold)
Thrush:

Of course, if he's not a Muslim, then we're all offbase. It could be a case of someone "Going Postal" as citrusrose said.

But agreed, currently we don't have all of the facts, and it could just be a case of someone Losing It, mowing down a person, then driving 45 minutes to a different location, and mowing down 13 more before he was stopped. Why did he bother to drive somewhere else to continue killing? Even if you were dealt a bad hand, killing random people isn't a great solution. There has to be an easier way out of an arranged marriage. Who lets a guy who thinks the devil is after him have car keys anyhow?

The North Carolina guy said he mowed down those people with his Jeep because he was angry at how the US was treating Muslims worldwide. We haven't heard why Mr. Popal did what he did, unless the report of "just because he wanted to" is legit. But that's not really what I'd call a reason. It most definitely is possible that he acted on his own for motives other than those of the religious variety. We don't know.

And yeah, there's Christian terrorists as well. Not sure how many yell "Praise Jesus!" before committing mass murder/suicide, but I'm sure there's some.

...then one could use th... (Below threshold)
Peter F.:

...then one could use the same reasoning to claim all of those cases where Christians killed "in the name of God" are "Christian terrorism".

Yes, you could use that reasoning, and I understand you're using the reverse argument structure (and whether you're using it to be clever or not is unclear.) But it's just as wrong and flawed to use that argument as it is for someone to use the orginally flawed argument in the first place (all terror acts are performed by Muslims)—both are inherently flawed and weak. I know that's your point, but the reverse argument is actually a juevenile technique that, more often than not, weakens and cheapens one's point. Just clarifying...I'm fairly certain you know all this.

Love the "Leap to Conclusions mat"/ "Office Space" reference!

"I could burn this place down if I wanted to..." --Melvin

B-b-b-but I didn't get any cake last time...I'd like some cake." --Melvin.

Mantis, Jennifer, and you d... (Below threshold)
Zelsdorf Ragshaft III:

Mantis, Jennifer, and you defenders of the islamic faithful. Let us take a simple count of incidents of random violence against Jews and others. Let use see who or what group or religious faction may have the most marks in their column indicating acts that most, not all, would consider terrorism. Let us begin this accounting in the year 1979. This will keep Mantis from referring to incidents in the middle ages. My last item is a question. What does it take in the Communist republic of San Franciso, to qualify as terrorism. You think because you are liberal or gay, the islamo-fascists will have any form of mercy on you? Be ready to accept the mark of the beast.

Why is it that most of the ... (Below threshold)
Mitchell:

Why is it that most of the wars today, I think the figure is in the 90% range, are being waged by one or more Islamic parties?

What do all these themes we've been referencing today have in common? It's Islam and the people who follow it, that are having a hard time assimilating into civilization (i.e., respecting life, taking personal responsibility, working in a profession that makes society productive, etc.)

As dysfunctional as life can sometimes be here, it ain't nothing compared to the ash-heap of history the Islamic folks reside on. What have these societies contributed recently but poverty, misery, suffering, and terror?

It's not racial, it's religious/societal.

Ok, Charles over at <a href... (Below threshold)
Thrush:

Ok, Charles over at LGF has confirmed that he is in fact Muslim, and it was also noted that an elderly white guy hit 11 people outside of Popal's mosque by accident on the 12th. Although the way the article reads, it sounds as if everyone thought that was an accident.

Afghan community leader Farid Younos said Popal comes from a “decent, pious and respectful” family, devout members of the Abu Bakr Siddiq Mosque in Hayward.

A 77-year-old man plowed his car into a group gathered outside a Hayward mosque Friday afternoon, injuring 11, police said.

Because the members of the Abu Bakr Siddiq Mosque mostly belong to the Afghan community, reports of the incident initially sparked fears of a hate crime, but Sgt. Corey Quinn said police are investigating the incident as an accident.

Revenge/Payback?

And I never said "All terrorist attacks are done by Muslims". I said "these days the majority" of attacks are. And if not, it sure seems that way.

The fact is that the majori... (Below threshold)
EyesOpen:

The fact is that the majority of Muslims silently approve of and applaud attacks against "infidels".

That is the flat-out straight-up truth which most everybody knows but few will acknowledge. Because then they would have to admit the reality of what Islam is.

"Islamofascist" is nothing ... (Below threshold)
groucho:

"Islamofascist" is nothing more than an attempt to create a brand that the ever eager American consumer can identify with. It masks and dumbs down the complexity of this whole mess. It offers no solutions, just some blather for the sedated masses to buy into without exercising any intellectual energy.

What does it take in the... (Below threshold)
James Cloninger:

What does it take in the Communist republic of San Franciso, to qualify as terrorism.

Anything involving a conservative/republican?

This guy didn't lose it or ... (Below threshold)
Robert:

This guy didn't lose it or snap and go crazy.

HE'S MENTALLY ILL.

EyesOpen,About thi... (Below threshold)
Robert:

EyesOpen,

About this fact:
Let me guess, since this "majority of Muslims" are silent, it's just another fact of yours that isn't based on anything but your fears.

Am I right?

Well i personally know Omee... (Below threshold)
Kyle:

Well i personally know Omeed and it is shocking 2 find him on the news.But all you other people making assumptions about the Muslim people, F*** Y** ok.Just because Muslims are on the news recently.Did you guys forget about what the great people of america do? Some are Rapists, sex afenders, Murders, you people kill your own kind daily and your going to sit here and talk about Muslims when one comes on the news 4 something you would expect a white man to do.I think all you white people forgot that you guys might be the ones with permanent mental illness.

Hello people, do you guys w... (Below threshold)
Sabrina:

Hello people, do you guys watch the Fuckin News ! They said it loud it and CLEAR that this act caused by Omeid was not a Terrosist act ! You white people are always attacking the Muslims. BACK OFF go look at the satistics and see how many of you white people are serial killers. If any race is fucked in the head is you fuckin white people..

So how do we know he is men... (Below threshold)
epador:

So how do we know he is mentally ill? And if he is, was he taken advantage of in Afghanistan to seed hate and violence against Americans? Or was he just having a bad jihad day, decided he was mad as Muhammed and wasn't going to take it anymore?

It sounds like he made an ill conceived decision to go on a killing rampage. Where in the world (literally) would a sane or insane person get such an idea? Especially a Muslim?

Folks that say they know him so well, perhaps you can answer that question for us?

The point isn't whether he ... (Below threshold)
epador:

The point isn't whether he enrolled in Terrorism 101 in K1, but whether the islamic hate speech that Islamofascists spread daily on their mass media and to ours might have been at least partially responsible for his act. If so, then he is a terrorist. Regardless of what he, the local police, or any other politically sensitive official might say or think.

Period.

epador,There it is... (Below threshold)
Robert:

epador,

There it is.

Let's see if we can do this w/ Christians as well.
How many commit their heinous acts after listening to Pat Robertson, Falwell or Dobson?

Are they being spurred on by the hate speech of so-called Christians?




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