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November 9, 2009

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Alleged Fort Hood Shooter Frequented Local Strip Club

By Jana Winter – AP

0_63_320Army psychiatrist Major Nidal Hasan is suspected of a deadly rampage at the Fort Hood base in Texas.

Killeen, Texas —  The Army psychiatrist authorities say killed 13 people and wounded 29 others at the Fort Hood Army Base Thursday was a recent and frequent customer at a local strip club, employees of the club told FoxNews.com exclusively.

Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan came into the Starz strip club not far from the base at least three times in the past month, the club’s general manager, Matthew Jones, told FoxNews.com. Army investigators building their case against Hasan plan to interview Jones soon.

“The last time he was here, I remember checking his military ID at the door, and he paid his $15 cover and stayed for six or seven hours,” Jones, 37, said.

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6 Comments
  1. Patti Dahlstrom permalink
    November 9, 2009 5:43 AM

    “I like it here because no one I work with is here,” she said Hasan replied.

    Yes, because they have healthy relationships with women. What is it with these hypocritical Muslims who do strip clubs before a terrorist attack? Is it part of getting incensed with the infidels? “You nasty girls!”

    He also equated dying to save lives (falling on a grenade) with dying to kill (suicide bombers). There is something very wrong here both in him and the lack of discipline from the army over this man.

  2. Dean permalink
    November 9, 2009 6:53 AM

    “What is it with these hypocritical Muslims who do strip clubs before a terrorist attack?”

    The jihad leader of the 9/11 hijackers, Mohammed Atta, was becoming addicted to pornography, a habit he had started in Germany. An observer wrote that the terrorist cell “crackled with sexual tension.”

    A Muslim can never know for certain, as can a Christian, that his or her sins are forgiven–it is up to the capricious (yes, this word is accurate; research it yourself) choice of Allah on the day of judgment, but guilt remains. The guilt Atta felt in being unable to break free of it apparently drove him to the release of martyrdom, the Muslim’s only sure path to being forgiven of his or her sin. And if all sins are being forgiven, what are a few more? I don’t write this to denigrate Islam or Muslims, but to speak the truth as I see it, and to provide an answer to the question asked above.

    If only a Christian who cared had befriended Mohammed Atta in that time of moral uncertainty, perhaps his story would have turned out differently.

    I don’t know what Nidal Hasan felt, but perhaps he too chose jihad ending in martyrdom for similar reasons.

  3. Carterthewriter permalink
    November 9, 2009 8:20 AM

    Well, it is quite evident Hasan was preveiwing the glorious reward awaiting him after doing what his mentors ask him to do, kill people.

    Why we justify this behavior is also beyond comprehension, too.

  4. Tater Salad permalink
    November 9, 2009 9:24 AM

    Seems that the Muslim faith has a few hypocrites within the ranks. Make that “alot” of them!

  5. Jon White permalink
    November 9, 2009 9:44 AM

    Maybe Hasan patronized the strip club partly in imitation of the 9/11 hijackers who also delved into x-rated behavior and alcohol usage prior to their terrorist attacks. From what I understand, such Islamic terrorists believe they have a religious dispensation of sorts (possibly from “fatwa”s) when immersing themselves in such behavior otherwise sinful to Muslims because of their impending suicidal deaths to advance the rule of Islam.

  6. Seek permalink
    November 9, 2009 5:09 PM

    He should have stayed in the strip club. I see no problem with such establishments. The problem is with those who wish to shut them down and then secretly visit them anyway. Islam is a denial of sexuality — that is, humanity.

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