Planes into buildings. Bombs onto buses. More bombs onto trains. And now SUVs through college quads.
The whack job behind the wheel this time says he was, "thankful for the opportunity to spread the will of Allah."
What happened to the days when Allah's will could just be sent via one of those emails with some dancing gerbils on it? Or maybe a Hallmark card with an exorbitant amount of heart shaped confetti? Maybe just a simple handshake even?
If I didn't know any better, I'd think Allah's will wasn't so much to spread the word of the Religion of Peace, but to maybe... oh, I don't know... kill people.
Earth-shattering news, I know. But if that wasn't bad enough, this line from 22 year old junior, Khurram Bilal Tariq takes the crazy and kicks it up a notch, Emeril style:
When you think in terms of a global context, this was an isolated incident.
Uhhhhmmm, actually no, Khurram. Lay down, flip it, and reverse it... you might be on to something. If you look at this in a local context, it's an isolated incident (unless SUVs careening through college campuses with the intent to mow down and kill students is an everyday thing down in North Carolina). When looked at globally, it seems to almost fit a pattern radical Muslim violence.
:::Pats Tariq's back:::
Good to see that college education workin' out for you though. Thanks for playin'.
PS - Any takers on a bet to see how long it'll be before leaders of the moderate and traditional Muslim community denounce this?