Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Shoe Bomber Reid: Allah Will Free Me From Supermax

This maniac is going to have a long wait on his hands. I figure he doesn't know Allah is dead and won't be stopping by the Supermax facility anytime soon. Though I guess he's holding out hope President Rodham will issue a pardon if his family ponies up enough money.

Crazed bomber says Allah will get him out of Supermax poky
Failed shoe bomber Richard Reid fantasizes that Allah will free him from the Supermax prison cell where he lives in isolation - and in his socks.

"I had a couple of good dreams about my situation changing for the better in the not-so-distant future, so this is a blessing from Allah," Reid wrote in letters obtained by a British newspaper.

"I place my trust in Allah that he will bring that into fruition and ask him to give me patience until the time when that occurs."

The Mirror also secured exclusive photos of the 33-year-old Al Qaeda acolyte who tried to blow up a packed Miami-bound jet with booby-trapped sneakers - and who stares with crazy eyes at the camera.

Behind the British-born Muslim convert are his paltry possessions - a few books about Islam, scraps of writing paper, a bear-shaped plastic container of what appears to be honey resting beside a shabby trunk.
He goes on to suggest his drug-addict father needs to find religion.
In missives to his Jamaican father, Robin Reid, the bearded bomber hectored him to get religion - the Muslim religion.

"How's your situation in regards to upholding the daily prayers?" he wrote. "Hopefully my advice was well received and if you didn't start praying yet, I'd ask you to re-read the two letters I wrote earlier this year on that subject and to reflect on your situation with Allah."

Reid also harshly rebutted his dad's suggestion that a Christian aunt who died suddenly was in a "better place."

"You should know that while Allah is merciful and forgiving, this applies only to those who upheld His rights," he wrote. "I do know that if she died while still believing that Jesus and God are one then that's not good as she had the chance to find out about Islam."
Seeing how well his conversion to Islam has worked out, he's not exactly one to be dispensing advice.

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