| NYC jihad bomber: “My Judge is a kaffir, my lawyer is a kaffir, my prosecutor is a kaffir, and my jury are all kaffirs”
| Tuesday, January 30, 2018
|Jihad Watch : “His conduct reflects a complete lack of respect for the law…”
Of course. What did prosecutors expect? If they knew the first thing
about Islam, they would know that Rahimi indeed has no respect for what
he considers to be manmade, Infidel law, as opposed to what he thinks is
divine law, Sharia.
They no doubt assume that he is a Misunderstander
of Islam, and scratch their heads in puzzlement over why he has no
respect for the law.
“Chelsea bomber has tried to radicalize inmates, made light of attacks: prosecutors,” by Priscilla DeGregory, New York Post, January 16, 2018:
Convicted Chelsea bomber Ahmad Khan Rahimi has been
unrepentant while locked up, according to federal prosecutors who argue
he should get life behind bars at his Feb. 13 sentencing. Rahimi was convicted of detonating a series of bombs in New York and New Jersey in 2016.
While locked up, he has tried to “radicalize his fellow inmates and
made light of his attacks,” prosecutors say in court papers filed in
Manhattan federal court Tuesday. Rahimi wrote in a letter to a friend on Dec. 12, just two months
after a jury convicted him for the September 2016 attacks, “My Judge is a
kaffir, my lawyer is a kaffir, my prose[c]utor is a kaffir, and my jury
are all kaffirs,” court papers state.
Kaffir is a term used to refer to a non-Muslim. Rahimi, 29, continues in the letter, “Who among them will understand
the Muslim problem. Their hands are already drenched with Muslim Blood
and how will they understand our struggle.”… While locked up at Metropolitan Correctional Center, Rahimi has also
allegedly shared materials from his trial with other inmates, according
to the feds.
“His conduct reflects a complete lack of respect for the law and
indicates that he has not been deterred, but rather emboldened,”
prosecutors wrote in asking the judge to sentence Rahimi to life behind
|posted by Major D Swami (Retired) @ 7:28 PM