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Gullible teenage girls aren't the only ones swooning over Dzhokhar and the late Tamerlan Tsarnaev. The NYT book reviewer, Christian Caryl goes out of his way to Sympathize with the jihadist brothers.
Our judicial system isn't immune to such idiocy either. Andrew McCarthy discusses a case of conflicting interests in trying jihadists in court.
And in a case of "who guards the guards," a Gitmo guard who converted to Islam is demanding the detainees be freed.
One friend (among many, I'm sure) doubts this guy's accuracy:
Forget lawfare....here's some idiot fare. I wonder how accurate his stories are?
To which the Good Comrade responded:
As for his accuracy, I’m doubtful. Where would you get “menstrual blood?” It’s not like there’s a DOD requisition form for that. Given the precepts of taqiyya, I’d say anything he says is suspect, though he may mix some truth into it (like making them listen to music. As long as it’s not Michael Bolton, we can avoid being charged with war crimes).
Firebrand Ann Coulter, calls out this "blame the victim/it's all our fault" tendency with her Send Us Your Violent Bigots article.