Friday, September 30, 2005

The new Muslim chaplain of the New York city fire department (FDNY) has resigned because of some controversial views on 9/11


The chaplain was supposed to be officially sworn in today. Instead, he quit.

Today's Newsday quoted him as saying he's skeptical of the official version of the Nine-Eleven attacks. He says a building that would take two or three weeks to demolish came down in a couple of hours, and he wonders whether there was a conspiracy beyond the 19 hijackers.

New York's fire commissioner told reporters it's became clear to the cleric that he would have difficulty functioning as a fire department chaplain.

A spokesman for the Islamic Society of Fire Department Personnel says, "We had no idea those were his views." He says, "It's sad."

Conspiracy theories are deeply rooted in the Islamic community



At 5:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Find a video of the collapse -- make that the perfect implosion-like collapse -- of WTC 7; they are not common, but out there. Then find all foto or video evidence you can on the condition of the building before it collapsed: not hit by a plane, only superficial exterior damage, a few small fires visible. After that, read the official explanation for the collapse -- uhh, or lack of it -- in the 9/11 Commission report. Remember: this was a modern, steel-framed skyscraper, one less than 20 years old. Finally, compare to the spectacular highrise fire in Madrid earlier this year, where a building burned like a torch all nite long, and still did not collapse.

At 3:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Remember: this was a modern, steel-framed skyscraper, one less than 20 years old

So are you saying that you agree with the Muslim chaplain?


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