Of course he had his religion and his prayer. That’s what led him to think killing people was a holy act. And it is the one thing that American investigators are almost certain to ignore. They know that Islam is a religion of peace. No matter how high the body count goes, they cannot be convinced otherwise.
“Uncle of Pensacola jihad murderer: ‘He had his religion, his prayer,’” Jihad Watch, December 8, 2019:
“One of al-Shamrani’s uncles told CNN on Saturday that he was shocked by the attack, as his nephew was ‘likable and mannered towards his family and the community’. ‘He had his religion, his prayer, his honesty and commitments’, the uncle stated.”
Might his religion, his prayer, have led him to wage jihad in the cause of Allah? Will investigators even ask that question, or has the situation so deteriorated in the United States that it would now be “Islamophobic” to ask it?
“Military bases across the U.S are put on high alert as FBI hunts missing Saudi servicemen linked to Pensacola shooting and probes shooter’s trip to New York two days before as terror investigators are called in,” by Andrew Court, Dailymail.com, December 8, 2019:
Who was gunman Mohammed Saeed al-Shamrani?
Al-Shamrani was a second lieutenant attending the aviation school at Navy Station Pensacola. The Pentagon say his training with the US military began in August 2016, and was due to finish in August 2020.
AL- SHAMRANI’S DISTURBING TWITTER ACCOUNT AND HIS PRE-SHOOTING ‘MANIFESTO’
The now-deactivated Twitter account purportedly belonging to al- Shamrani included:
– A variety of anti-Israel postings and a quote from deceased al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden
– A lengthy manifesto posted at 4:39am Friday, less than two hours the shooting. The manifesto read in part:
‘I’m against evil, and America as a whole has turned into a nation of evil.
‘I’m not against you for just being American, I don’t hate you because [of] your freedoms, I hate you because every day you [are] supporting, funding and committing crimes not only against Muslims, but also humanity….
One of al-Shamrani’s uncles told CNN on Saturday that he was shocked by the attack, as his nephew was ‘likable and mannered towards his family and the community’.
‘He had his religion, his prayer, his honesty and commitments’, the uncle stated.
Meanwhile, it’s been revealed that al-Shamrani used a handgun in the shooting, which he purchased from a dealer in Pensacola.
Non-citizens are prohibited from purchasing guns in the United States, unless they are equipped with a hunting license….
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