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VIDEO: Nidal Dressed In Muslim Clothing Just Hours Before Shooting

hasan1.jpgVIDEO LINK BELOW: A picture began to emerge Thursday of the suspect in the Fort Hood shootings, 39-year-old Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan.

An owner of a 7-Eleven at Fort Hood said Hasan — whom he knows as “Major Nidal” — came in for coffee and hash browns most mornings, including the morning of the shootings. Surveillance video from the store obtained by CNN shows a man who according to the store owner is Hasan at the cashier’s counter at about 6:20 a.m. Thursday, about seven hours before the mass shooting. He was carrying a beverage and dressed in traditional Arab garb. Another surveillance video from Tuesday showed the man in scrubs.

“He looked normal,” the owner said. “Came in had his hash browns and coffee as you see in the surveillance video.”

The owner said he was too busy to chat with Hasan on Thursday, but through brief talks learned the officer’s background was Jordanian, though he didn’t speak Arabic well. He said Hasan didn’t wear a wedding ring and jokingly asked several times whether the owner knew a bride for him.

Hasan would also ask the owner whether he planned to attend Friday prayers. The owner would say he was too busy.

A former neighbor of Hasan said he lived in a highrise apartment complex in Silver Spring, Maryland, with another man, apparently his brother, and that the two appeared friendly.

“They had some Arabic signs out there, and I asked them what they meant,” said the woman, who asked not to be identified. The other man, who routinely wore a chef’s outfit, told her it was a prayer, she said. “They seemed like they were nice people,” she said.

The two men moved out three or four months ago, which she noticed because the Muslim prayer had been removed from their door.

“Honestly, they seemed like very cool, calm guys, and religious guys,” she said. “It’s kind of strange.”

According to military records, Hasan was born in Virginia, and a federal official said he was a U.S. citizen of Jordanian descent.

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(Source: CNN)

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  1. I sit these days on the subway and/or buses with a tehillim and I say tehillim. I used to enjoy reading the New York Post or listening to music but not anymore. I look around me to see if there are any muslims and I think to myself wondering if this muslim is a jihadist or not.

    It says in the Koran that Muhammed promised that he will reveal himself as the 12th imam only after jihad is waged around the world. Yoshka who is referred in the Koran as Issa will join together with Muhammed and together they will welcome the 12th imam. However, for the Jews there is no salvation because they rejected Muhammed as a prophet of G-d.

    I sit and think about all of this and I can’t tell all of you how much kavanna I put into my tehillim. But, I am reminded of the promise of the Navi that Moshiach will come.

    Rabbi Amnon Yitzchak quotes the Zohar in saying that 2/3 of the world will be destroyed at the coming of Moshiach but the Jews will remain alive in Israel. And I say that Hashem gave us this world to live in not to die and be killed in. I pray for myself, my family, and all of the Jews when I say tehillim because I do not know if that fat Arab woman sitting at the bottom of the subway steps talking about the “Yahidi” or the Arabs protesting Gaza in Manhattan screaming,”Jihad, Jihad al Yahud (chas v’shalom)” mean me.

    I just thank Hashem everyday that I am alive and remember what it says in the tochacha,that we will fear the day and fear the night.

    Let all of us pray that this is the Ikvesa D’Mshecha. Amen!!

  2. #2, She is an honest to good Yiddishe Mama who has nothing to fear in being revealed. To Flatbush Bubby I say, thank you, and please keep me in mind (which you already do) when you say Tehillim. I too am surrounded by 70 wolves (in sheeps clothing).

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