She doesn’t mention the attack in the UK (I believe Glascow Scotland) where a car was set on fire and attempted to be rammed into an airport terminal. One of those conspirators (perhaps two) was a physician.
Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri ring a bell
A good old red blooded American doctor “decked” him!!
This is a (kept quiet) true event..
Names may still be available if my source still remembers..
And it is only going to get worse as the doctor shortage gets worse. much worse if we get public health. The number of foreign medical grads in UK and Canada is enormous.
By John Steele, Crime Correspondent
Published 05 Jul 2007
45 Muslim doctors planned US terror raids A group of 45 Muslim doctors threatened to use car bombs and rocket grenades in terrorist attacks in the United States during discussions on an extremist internet chat site.
A worldwide web of family and professional connections between the alleged car bomb plotters can be revealed by The Daily Telegraph today.
Profile of airport terrorist Kafeel Ahmed
Glasgow bomb plot: How airport terror plotters shared common cause: Three of the eight suspects are members of the same family from the Indian city of Bangalore, while the families of another two were old friends in the Middle East. Several shared homes in Britain. All but one were doctors working in NHS hospitals. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1556551/Ties-that-bind-terror-car-bomb-suspects.html
Mark Stein does a great job of shredding the pc bs and getting to reality of Islamic Killers in America and around the world:
MARK STEYN: MULTICULTURAL ILLUSIONS KILL - NO STRATEGY TO DEFEND AGAINST IDEOLOGY
dakota beacon ^ | November 06, 2009 | Mark Steyn
Posted on Friday, November 06, 2009 9:36:18 AM by Mount Athos
Thirteen dead and 31 wounded would be a bad day for the US military in Afghanistan, and a great victory for the Taliban. When it happens in Texas, in the heart of the biggest military base in the nation, at a processing center for soldiers either returning from or deploying to combat overseas, it is not merely a tragedy (as too many people called it) but a glimpse of a potentially fatal flaw at the heart of what we have called, since 9/11, the war on terror. Brave soldiers trained to hunt down and kill Americas enemy abroad were killed in the safety and security of home by, in essence, the same enemy a man who believes in and supports everything the enemy does.
And hes a US Army major.
And his superior officers and other authorities knew about his beliefs but seemed to think it was just a bit of harmless multicultural diversity as if believing that the Muslims should stand up and fight against the aggressor (ie, his fellow American soldiers) and writing Internet paeans to the noble heroism of suicide bombers and, indeed, objectively supporting the other side in an active war is to be regarded as just some kind of alternative lifestyle that adds to the general vibrancy of the base.
When it emerged early on Thursday afternoon that the shooter was Nidal Malik Hasan, there appeared shortly thereafter on Twitter a flurry of posts with the striking formulation: Please judge Major Malik Nadal [sic] by his actions and not by his name.
The above is an excerpt. Go to the link below for Mark’s complete oped.