Sunday, January 21, 2018

Burning stuff for jihad

The joys of jihad on her face
Minnesota, Land of a Thousand Lakes and even more jihadis -- A former college student was arrested after going on a fire-setting jihad at St. Catherine University in St Paul, her alma mater.

She reportedly set eight fires but was incompetent in her quest to kill non-believers, so there were no serious injuries, thank the Lord.

Nineteen-year-old Tnuza Jamal Hassan expressed extreme Islamist ideas to her roommates and was arrested for setting a series of fires. This was done in retaliation for American military "crimes" in Iraq and Afghanistan, Star Tribune reported.

"You guys are lucky that I don't know how to build a bomb because I would have done that," she told the cops and fire investigators upon her capture.

Hassan also does not know how to build with Leggos, how to milk a cow, iron a shirt, read a map or use a washing machine.

Court documents state that "Hassan said she started the fires because she's been reading about the U.S. military destroying schools in Iraq and Afghanistan and she felt that she should do exactly the same thing.

"She said that her fire-starting was not as successful as she had wanted. She said the most successful fire she set was at Saint Mary's [the residence hall] where she set a couch on fire."

The brilliant jihadi wrote a letter to her roommates while a student at the school. She espoused "radical ideas about supporting Muslims and bringing back the caliphate." The roommates, evidently scared and aware that Hassan was as crazy as jihadis tend to be,  turned the letter over to campus security.

Hassan appeared at her bail hearing with an improvised burqa--an Muslim cloth body tomb--consisting of a black niqab over her siren-like face that makes men go insane, and a large white sheet draped over her head to send a message to all men out there that she is "not available to rape." She also wore a mandatory orange jump suit, making it appear as if she was planning to go 'trick or treating'.



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