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9/11 Conspirator Goes On Hunger Strike Over Alleged Religious ‘Torture’

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“Religious torture” — talk about chutzpah. Islam is the very definition of religious torture. What was Zacarias Moussaoui trying to do on September 11, 2001? He was trying to inflict as much religious torture upon non-Muslims in the United States as he possibly could. He can’t pray five times a day, and he says that is tantamount to torture. In reality, why should the ideology that led him to try to commit mass murder be reinforced in him at all? The very idea is ridiculous. Video of people jumping from the Twin Towers on 9/11 should be played in the background at every court hearing this savage has.

“9/11 Conspirator Goes On Hunger Strike Over Alleged Religious ‘Torture,’” by Molly Prince, Daily Caller News Foundation, July 21, 2018 (thanks to Todd):

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A confessed co-conspirator of the September 11th attacks went on a hunger strike to protest the so-called religious “torture” he was receiving at the hands of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Zacarias Moussaoui, who is currently serving six life sentences for his role in the 2001 terrorist attacks, wrote three letters to federal magistrate judge Michael Hegarty announcing his hunger strike, which he said commenced on June 22, reported the Denver Post.

Moussaoui began the strike after the clock in his prison cell block was taken away. Without the clock, Moussaoui, a devout Muslim, is not able to pray the required five times each day, which he asserted is tantamount to torture.

He also claimed that the FBI was targeting him by capping his commissary spending to only $10 and thereby blocking him from purchasing a watch or adequate winter clothing, according to the Denver Post.

The handwritten letters, which all lead with “In the name of Allah,” further claimed a conspiracy by the FBI, CIA, U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Bureau of Prisons to hide both U.S. and Saudi Arabian ties with the 9/11 terrorist attacks. He reportedly did not go into further detail about the conspiracy in the letters, which were filed in aU.S. court on Thursday….

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