Friday, August 23, 2013

Crybaby jihadist at Guantanamo

More evidence of how the US is torturing those poor Moslems at Guantanamo. Oh, when will the brutality stop! From the New York Daily News:

A jihadist charged in the deaths of 2,976 innocents on 9/11 threw a hissy fit in court Tuesday---over lunch food.

Ramzi Binalshibh had a meltdown because he believed the U.S. military withheld olives and honey from his meal. “There are big problems with the food that was provided,” Binalshibh angrily told the judge, Army Col. James Pohl, through a translator. “It is a form of psychological torture,” he growled...

Navy Capt. Robert Durand, a spokesman at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where the 9/11 defendants are being held, said Binalshibh received a “freshly prepared standard detainee halal meal” but “complained that his lunch did not include condiments such as olives and honey”...but he said a typical halal detainee meal usually includes a lamb, chicken or beef entrée, with rice, beans, chickpeas, hummus, pita bread, fruit and salad. 

Binalshibh provided the 9/11 attackers with money and help in finding flight training. He was supposed to be one of the 9/11 hijackers himself, on orders from Osama Bin Laden, but assumed a supporting role after he was denied a U.S. visa four times, authorities alleged. He faces the death penalty if convicted.

The whiny jihadist and his co-defendants have staged courtroom stunts before, beginning with their circus-like arraignment in May 2012, when Binalshibh stood in open court to pray despite scheduled breaks for that purpose.

Thanks to Jihad Watch.



At 8:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am wondering if this is a generational thing? For the life of me that behavior is not unlike some of the Hipsters I've encountered. Sense of entitlement, of having perfect knowledge and that everyone else is shit. You would think that if these people (and the SF hipsters) really wanted to make a difference they would help the less fortunate or their immediate neighborhoods deal with the many problems we have.
For the record, I am still waiting for the hipsters in my SOMA neighborhood to help me paint out tags, pick up trash (and shit) and join our neighborhood watch group. Oh and also join our neighborhood association. So far zippo.


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