We are all told that we are not supposed to hate anyone these days, but how can anyone not "hate" such people who want to kill you?
And while I don't hate very many things, I've always hated those who prey on the innocent, the helpless, the weak, and want to murder those brave souls who refuse to bow to threats.
Before 9/11, I knew nothing about Muslims. But since then, like most Americans, I now know more about them than I want to -- and all is bad.
Muslim convert charged with murder in beheading of co-worker
MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry characterized the beheading of a woman in an Oklahoma food plant last week as "workplace violence" -- yet, the perpetrator was a radical Muslim who reportedly shouted Islamist slogans as he wield his blade.
Most of the Liberal mainstream media is taking their orders from the pro-Muslim Obama White House and do as they did with the Fort Hood terrorist attack by calling the beheading by a Muslim convert.
President Obama, who was raised a Muslim, has tried to convince Americans that Muslims are not inherently violent.
Yes, Obama has reassured the American people about the greatness and goodness of Muslims -- which he knows are lies. But as with his other lies, the con artist that he is will never stop scamming the American people.
The black man who converted to Islam is being accused of going on a violent rampage in Oklahoma last week — beheading a co-worker and stabbing another — was charged Tuesday with first-degree murder, attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon.
What saved more people from death and more injury was a man with a Concealed Weapons permit who shot the terrorist before he could go on.
Right now, Alton Nolen, also known as Jah'Keem Yisrael, age 30, remains hospitalized with gunshot wounds but is expected to be released soon.
Once he is released, the man who wants to be known as Jah'Keem Yisrael will be transported to the Cleveland County jail.
He attacked his co-workers at the Vaughan Foods distribution plant in Moore, Oklahoma, beheading Colleen Hufford, 54, and wounding Traci Johnson, 43.
He was trying to convince workers that Islam teaches that the punishment is acceptable on Thursday, shortly before he was fired from his job, according to local media.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into Nolen's background for any potential religious ties to the attack after former colleagues said he had attempted to convert them to Islam. Police said Nolen had recently become a Muslim.
Alton Nolen is accused of killing Colleen Hufford, 54, and stabbing Traci Johnson, 43, who apparently were attacked randomly at the facility in Moore on Thursday
The 30-year-old, who refers to himself as Jah Keem Yisrael on his Facebook page, is said to have stabbed and killed a colleague hours after he was fired
It was also revealed that Nolen had served less than two years of a six-year prison sentence for possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, according to the The Oklahoman.
According to records he went to prison March 10, 2011, to start a two-year sentence for marijuana possession and another two-year sentence for assaulting a highway patrol trooper, the website reported.
He began his six-year sentence for cocaine possession April 26, 2011, records show - due to plea agreements with prosecutors, he was allowed to serve the three prison sentences at the same time.
Collen Hufford, who had been married for 25 years, had lost her family home in the Moore tornado, reports suggested today.
Mrs Hufford is discribed by relatives as a wonderful mom and grandmother who always had a smile on her face.
"She was a loyal wife, mother and a doting grandmother," a memorial Facebook page description reads.
"This memorial fund is being set up to help her husband KC, and daughter Kelli with her funeral services and if possible to help with Colleen’s granddaughter Riley’s college fund."
Her killer supposedly snapped after being fired from his job at the plant and attacked Hufford with a 10-inch fillet knife.
Co-workers told police that Nolen had attempted to convert them to Islam. And yes, according to Islam's Sharia Law, Muslim men can kill those who do not convert.
A Second Oklahoma man arrested for threatening to behead colleague just one day after Muslim convert 'did it to a co-worker' 20 miles away.
Jacob Mugambi Muriithi, age 30, worked 20 miles away from beheading scene in Moore.
He made similar threats at Bellvue Nursing Home. He wrote that he would cut off her head and post the footage on Facebook.
He is now being held on terrorism charges with his bail set at $1million
It's true! The man fired from his job Oklahoma City nursing home worker was arrested for threatening to cut off a co-worker's head - the day after a Muslim convert allegedly beheaded his co-worker just 20 miles away.
Jacob Mugambi Muriithi, a Kenyan native, claims he "represents ISIS."
The 30-year-old Muslim allegedly told the victim he was going to cut her head off with a blade and then post the footage on Facebook while they were working together last Thursday.
According to The Oklahoman, the victim who has not been named, asked Muriithi why the group killed Christians and he reportedly said: "This is just what we do."
A detective investigating the case wrote: 'The victim said Jacob asked her what time she got off work and she replied by asking him in a joking manner if he was going to kill her.
Muriithi told the woman, "Yes," that he was going to cut her head off.
She then asked him what he was going to cut her head off with and he said, "A blade," then told her after he did it he was going to post it on Facebook.'
The police also stated, 'The victim said Jacob was serious when speaking and never made any statements that he was joking or playing around."
He was arrested the same day and is now being held on terrorism charges in Oklahoma County Jail with his bail set at $1million.
WARNING: ISIS searching social media for addresses of families of US troops to slaughter
According to reports this morning, the Facebook pages of an Air Force servicemember and his son were “swarmed” by offensive messages after Islamic State sympathizers urged followers to target them online.
A counterterrorism source reports that at least one military family was targeted around the same time.
The source said that in late September, Islamic State sympathizers harassed an Air Force member who had posted pictures on Facebook from a flight over Iraq during a recent bombing campaign.
The source, who is familiar with the incident, said ISIS found the servicemember’s social media profile, and then linked it to his son’s Facebook account. The son is believed to be in his early teens.
The Facebook pages were then "swarmed" with derogatory messages such as kafir, or non-believer, in an online flash-mob-style attack.
"This is the real deal," the counterterrorism source said, referring to the posts. "They want to find them [U.S. military], raise their profile, in the eyes of a potential 'lone wolf.'"
The militants apparently encouraged others to join in the digital harassment.
A post on one ISIS-linked Twitter account, translated for Fox News, said:
"We have a raid on an American pilot account at 9:00 evening Mecca time who is participating in the crusaders’ bombing. Retweet this if you are ready to be part of the raid."
A few weeks ago an Army intelligence bulletin was issued warning U.S. military personnel to be vigilant after Islamic State militants called on supporters to scour social media for addresses of their family members – and to “show up at their homes and slaughter them."
The assessment, obtained by Fox News, came from the Army Threat Integration Center (ARTIC) which issues early warnings of criminal and terrorist threats to Army posts worldwide.
The advisory warns military personnel and their families about the Islamic State, or ISIS, calling on supporters to target their homes.
The warning comes amid heightened concerns about how the Islamic State and its followers are exploiting social media to expand their reach.
At a cybersecurity event on Wednesday, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers, R-Mich., said the group is using social media “as a recruiting tool.”
He said some estimates show the terror network is recruiting as many as 3,400 people per month because of their social media recruiting efforts.
With the possibility that as many as 3,400 people are being recruited here to carry out missions for ISIS, military families are being told to remove their addresses from Facebook and other social media outlets.
The bulletin recommends more than a dozen precautions to military personnel to protect their homes -- and their online profiles.
"Given the continued rhetoric being issued by ISIL's media services and supporters through various social media platforms the ARTIC is concerned of the possibility of an attack," the bulletin says.
"Soldiers, Government Civilians and Family Members are reminded to be vigilant of their surroundings and report suspicious activities to their respective military or local law enforcement."
"Each indicator may occur singularly, under the guise of lawful conduct or behavior, and may even be considered a constitutional exercise of rights and freedoms as guaranteed by the US Constitution."
"Suspicious indicators may also be explained or downgraded by would-be perpetrators with explanations that paint their activities as innocent and unplanned. For this reason, no single indicator should be used as the sole basis for law enforcement action; instead, the totality of observed indicators, behaviors, circumstances and details should be evaluated when considering any law enforcement response or action."
One section cites a Jihadist tweet calling on lone offenders to use the "yellow pages" and social media to identify the addresses of military families, and to "show up at their homes and slaughter them."
A military source familiar with the four-page document said the warnings are taken seriously because increasing the costs of security is a deliberate and strategic goal for Al Qaeda senior leadership – though the Islamic State has split with Al Qaeda.
While the Army said in a written statement that protection levels at installations "have not changed," the document is a warning of possible things to come.
"This document is a reminder to stay vigilant. It provides renewed emphasis on force protection measures to ensure the safety and security of our DOD components, defense critical infrastructure, personnel and communities," the Army said.
One security expert who I spoke with advises that military families may want to arm themselves since the police and Federal law enforcement agencies will respond only in the event of an attack -- and only after an attack on their family takes place.
By then, efforts to secure one's family maybe too late.
Subsequently, it is advised that military families being prepared against the Muslim threat.
Of course, these are all more reasons to hate the so-called "Religion of Peace."
And yes, that's just how I see it.