I would love, love to see, a discussion of jihad between John Brennan and Fairfax County's good jihadi son, Zachary Adam Chesser/Abu Talhah Al-Amrikee.
Al-Amrikee, a former George Mason Univeristy student, is the good muslim who threatened South Park over the Mohammad (may he burn in hell) episode, or as he claims, did not threaten but rather announce a universal truth that they should die:
“This stance [advocating death for those who insult Muhammad in keeping with several Islamic rulings throughout history] is virtually obligatory,” the statement says in part. “But it does not mean that our taking this stance is in some way an absolute call toward the requirement that the creators of South Park must be killed, nor a deliberate attempt at incitement; it is only to declare the truth regardless of consequence and to offer an awareness in the mind of Westerners when they consider doing the same thing.”
He did attend GMU, until he met another muslim student (presumably female), and dropped out to marry and successfully procreate. Mr. and Mrs. Jihadi and their baby jihadi have put down roots as the peaceful quite Jihadi nuclear family next door that is polite to their infidel neighbors they wouldn't hesitate to kill.
But fear not, his religon has nothing to do with his motives, and Islam is a religion of peace. Brennan, drink our cool-aid, not theirs.
But don't fear Dhimmi Fairfax, though he no longer lives at his mother's Centerville home, we've not lost him, he still lives in another Fairfax town. Look for him at an interfaith meeting near you.
Interesting, if not confusing, is the back and forth between overt Islamist and flaming Islamist. CAIR claimed the Revolution Muslim South Park threats were a set-up, to which Al-Amrikee had this to say:
In response to statements by the Council on American-Islamic Relations implying that Revolution Islam was too outrageous to be real and could be a setup to smear Islam, Al-Amrikee said, “CAIR is an organization which frequently abandons Islamic principles in favor of pleasing American politicians. This is how many if not most Muslims view them. We e-mailed them our press release so that they could respond, but they have yet to do this. They do not return to the religious proofs for what they say, but they issue statements from emotions.”
“CAIR should worry more about the millions of Muslims whose blood has been shed by America over the past 20 years than appeasing a society that only cares about its own citizens,” Al-Amrikee said.