Bryan Fischer
Muslims in the military: Five Muslims arrested for trying to poison food supply at Fort Jackson
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By Bryan Fischer
February 19, 2010

Here you go. I've been arguing since last fall that it's a form of politically correct insanity to allow Muslims to serve in our military, for the simple reason that they have a sacred duty according to their God and his Prophet to kill American infidel soldiers.

Now it turns out, in an exclusive story, that CBN is reporting that five Muslim soldiers at Ft. Jackson in South Carolina are suspected of trying the poison the food supply at the base. They were arrested shortly before Christmas.

I was hammered last fall by those who argued that my position was foolish because we needed Muslim soldiers to serve as translators, and our national security would suffer without them.

Well, it turns out that these soldiers were part of the Arabic Translation program at Fort Jackson. Mmmm...so much for national security.

How many more of these incidents will it take?

Here is CBN's story:

"CBN News has learned exclusively that five Muslim soldiers at Fort Jackson in South Carolina were arrested just before Christmas. It is unclear whether the men are still in custody. The five were part of the Arabic Translation program at the base.

"The men are suspected of trying to poison the food supply at Fort Jackson.

"A source with intimate knowledge of the investigation, which is ongoing, told CBN News investigators suspect the "Fort Jackson Five" may have been in contact with the group of five Washington, DC area Muslims that traveled to Pakistan to wage jihad against U.S. troops in December. That group was arrested by Pakistani authorities, also just before Christmas.

"Coming as it does on the heels of November's Fort Hood jihadist massacre, this news has major implications."

© Bryan Fischer

 

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