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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 02:14 pm
North Carolina’s SUV terrorist did it for love:
The man who hit nine people with a sport utility vehicle on the University of North Carolina’s Chapel Hill campus wrote a letter to a television reporter saying he read the Quran’s 114 chapters 15 times and found that the Muslim holy book justified the attack.
The crucial passage: “Any gathering of crackers in numbers nine or more is ha’ram and shall be punished by Jeep Cherokee on short-term rental (try Enterprise on Glenwood Avenue—great winter deals).”
’‘I did not act out of hatred for Americans, but out of love for Allah instead,’’ Mohammed Taheri-azar, 22, wrote …
As Mark Steyn noted: “These days, whenever something goofy turns up on the news, chances are it involves a fellow called Mohammed.” But for all their numbers, the massed Mohammeds aren’t exactly winning this war, are they? Five years ago Allah’s Love Brigades were slamming jets into the Pentagon and World Trade Center; now the best they can manage is bumping some coeds with a hired Jeep. Next: the Prophet’s elite rollerblade squadron shoves an ATM customer.
In the letter, Taheri-azar reiterated what he has told law officers and a 911 dispatcher, that the attack ‘‘was in retaliation for similar attacks orchestrated by the U.S. government on my fellow followers of Allah in Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, and other Islamic territories.’‘
Similar attacks? What, there are Jeeps cruising Gaza looking for students to nudge?
Taheri-azar wrote that he began his readings of the Quran in June 2003. He called the book ‘‘a scientific and mathematical miracle, so there can be no doubt that it is from a supernatural source.’‘
I’ll take your word for it, Jeep-Mo. In other lunatic news:
An alleged al Qaeda terrorist plotting a bomb attack on Britain told accomplices to sell contaminated beer at soccer games or poisoned hamburgers from street vending stalls, an FBI informant told a court Friday.
As if mere toxins would hurt anyone already immune to British hamburgers.
Waheed Mahmood, 34, accused with six other British men of plotting a terror strike, claimed during a meeting in Pakistan that he had already tested the poison plan, said the witness, Mohammed Junaid Babar …
Babar, who had worked for a Pakistani software firm, said that in March 2003 Wahid Mahmood had asked for three computers for “the brothers,” which he said he took to mean for “members of al Qaeda.”
In late April 2002, he showed Mahmood a secret weapons store, close to his home in Lahore, and told him “to take them if he needed them,” Babar said.
“There were AK-47s and AK-47 magazines, about 2,000 to 3,000 rounds of ammunition and grenades,” Babar said. “We had buried them in the area outside Punjab University.”
Outside Punjab University? You fool! That’s where the student-bouncing Jeep training is held! This could end in disaster!
UPDATE. He drove in the name of love.
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