Washington Post Tells Stupid Goyim Moslem Terrorist Isn’t a Moslem Terrorist

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 20, 2015

Moslem terrorist? More like "troubled youth," goyim. Dylann Roof is a terrorist. This guy just had mental problems.
Moslem terrorist? More like “troubled youth,” goyim. Dylann Roof is a terrorist. This guy just had mental problems.

Following the traditional Jewish playbook for dealing with the multicult, The Washington Post – the very same Washington Post which virtually held The Daily Stormer and Stormfront responsible for the Charleston shooting – has informed us that the Moslem terrorist who attacked military bases in Chattanooga in the name of Islam was not really a Moslem terrorist.

Because how could he be?

Islam is a religion of peace.

Trust Dion Nissenbaum, goyim. He knows what’s best. He’s a straight-shooter trying to get to the bottom of things.

After allegedly talking to one of his friends (an anonymous Moslem) who claimed that the shooter smoked pot, the Post comes to this conclusion:

The portrait emerging of Abdulazeez isn’t one of a committed Muslim or vengeful jihadist, but rather an aimless young man who came from a troubled home and struggled to hold down a job after college, said friends and law enforcement officials.

Meanwhile, at the same newspaper, less than a month earlier…


But whereas Roof was totally clear-headed and on the ball when he shot those old ladies, maybe the Moslem was mentally ill when he attacked a military base in retaliation for wars in the Middle East?

In a statement, his family said Abdulazeez’s mental illness had contributed to the crime. “For many years, our son suffered from depression. It grieves us beyond belief to know that his pain found its expression in this heinous act of violence,” the statement said.

Abdulazeez had been in and out of treatment for his depression and frequently stopped taking his medication, despite his parents’ pleas for him to continue, said a person close to the family.

I would personally like to know if he was on SSRIs at the time of the shooting, but the media isn’t going to tell us that part.

However, whereas with Dylann Roof we can see that he was insane by the fact he targeted old women in a church (which makes absolutely no sense, and is connected to no ideology I’m aware of), Abdulazeez acted against military personnel, something which any Moslem would consider a valid target of jihad.

Roof’s act is comparable to Sandy Hook or Columbine, whereas Abdulazeez’ act is identical to every other Moslem terrorist attack. If he is mentally ill, than so are nearly all Moslems, and the “War on Terror” should change its name to “The War on Mentally Ill Arabs.”

And he openly identified with fighters in the Middle East, the friend claims.

The friend and Abdulazeez — along with two other young Muslim men — spent hundreds of hours together over the past four years, including the weeks and months leading up to the violent attack. Sometimes they talked about the Middle East’s bloody wars, such as the battles between Israel and Hamas in Gaza and the chaos in Syria.

Abdulazeez blamed some of the bloodshed on U.S. foreign policy.

Again, stupid goyim – understand that he was not a real Moslem and this has nothing to do with Islam.

It is a random event, committed by a mentally ill human being. Very different from that church shooting, which was committed by a hardcore White supremacist neo-Nazi terrorist inspired by internet hatred.

On Wednesday night, the friends exchanged texts for the last time. The friend was struggling with how to balance his Muslim faith with the more secular demands of his work, which included serving bacon to customers.

Abdulazeez responded a quote from the prophet Muhammad — that speaks to the tensions in the world between believers and non-believers. “Whosoever shows enmity to a wali [friend] of Mine, then I have declared war against him,” it begins. It ends by encouraging devout Muslims to keep the faith and draw closer to God.

Although the exchange suggests Abdulazeez was devout, he often seemed to struggle with his faith. Abdulazeez was fasting for the Ramadan holiday, which requires Muslims not to eat or drink during daylight hours. But he doesn’t appear to have regularly attended his parents’ mosque in the months leading up to the shooting, according to members of the Islamic Society of Greater Chattanooga.

This is insane, this emerging narrative of “not a terrorist.”

And you can guarantee this is going to be the line used by all these SJWs. They are also going to push for him to be treated, legally, as a mass shooter rather than a terrorist.

It isn’t surprising.

What else are they supposed to do? They can’t question multiculturalism, and the obvious question one is going to ask when people we bring to this country for no clear reason start murdering us is: “what is the reason we brought these people to our country?”

The second question being: “can we please send them all back to wherever they came from now, so they don’t kill more of us?”