Army Private Naser Jason Abdo is Fort Hood Attacker
Army Private Naser Jason Abdo is the 21 year-old soldier who allegedly influence by Al-Qaeda plotted an attack against his own troops, Keep reading to know more about Naser Abdo.
21 year-old Private First Class Naser Jason Abdo an AWOL soldier Muslim descent, born in the U.S to a Palestinian father and a Christian mother, he said she joined the army 0n 2009 because he strongly believe he was going to be fighting a “just” war that would help protect the freedoms of Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan, but after some time he changed his mind he refused to deploy to Afghanistan and wanted out.
“Any Muslim who knows his religion or maybe takes into account what his religion says can find out very clearly why he should not participate in the U.S. military. Islam is a much more peaceful and tolerant religion than it is an aggressive religion, I don’t believe that Islam allows me to operate in any kind of warfare at all, including the U.S. military and any war it partakes in. I believe that our first duty as a Muslim is to serve God.” He said back on 2010.
The secretary of the Army agreed to his discharge but then something outrageous was discovered in Naser Abdo’s personal computer on May 13, he had child pornography. The reason they had to look into his computer was radical statements he was overheard making some include the name of Anwar al-Awlaki, when they went into his files they discovered over 30 shocking images. He was facing court-martial.
He went AWOL on July 4TH, from Fort Campbell’s 101st Airborne Division in Kentucky, but he was mad, angry and wanted to get even at the army, his planned was to denoted a restaurant popular among soldiers, he made a trip to Guns Galore in Killeen, Texas the same gun shop that Maj. Nidal Hasan purchased the ammunition he used in the Fort Hood shooting on 2009that killed 13 and wounded 32. Hasan and Anwar al-Awlaki American born Al Qaeda leader exchanged emails before his attack on Nov, 2009.
This time the salesman at Guns Galore grew suspicious due to the amounts of ammunition Naser Abdo took (six one-pound canisters of smokeless gunpowder, shotgun shells plus a magazine), so he called the police to check him out, just in case. Abdo was staying in a room they found materials to make two bombs, an unregistered gun an an article of the Al Qaeda online magazine Inspire untitled How to Make a bomb in your kitchen.
Naser Abdo was arrested at about 2 p.m in a bus stop and taken into Killeen City Jail where he confessed about planning to put a bomb in the location where military men are always stopping by, after the detonation he was going to fire his gun at the survivor, He was in Waco, Texas and appeared appeared before US Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Manske.
Abdo refuse to stand when he was asked to do so and on his way out he yelled Nidal Hasan Fort Hood 2009, he will be likely face more severe changes later on.