Nidal Hasan, the accused murderer of thirteen at Fort Hood, served as an adviser on homeland security policy. See video below.
WorldNetDaily links to a document published by the Homeland Security Policy Institute at George Washington University. Hasan's name appears on page 29 of a report titled "Thinking Anew - Security Priorities for the Next Administration...Presidential Transition Task Force," April 2009-January 2009.
It is confirmed that the Nidal Hasan in listed in the document is the same Hasan who murdered and allegedly wounded fellow soldiers at Fort Hood. Hasan apparently applied to sit on the task force through the University's website, and was present at several meetings. Hasan served as a member of the Uniformed Service University School of Medicine.
This task force was tasked with developing homeland security policy.
The HSPI [Homeland Security Policy Institute] fashions itself a “think and do tank” and claims its mission as that of building “bridges between theory and practice to advance homeland security through an interdisciplinary approach.” I wonder if one of those bridges leads to “understanding” the mindset of terrorists like Hasan, a participant in George Washington University’s “think and do” mission?Download the pdf report here
See a very interesting video below of Nidal Hasan listening to an Israeli speaker at an event focused on International Terrorism and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Hasan's uncle lives in Ramallah, West Bank in Palestine.
If you are Arab and educated, the military, the CIA, the FBI, the State Department or the White House wants you. No vetting required.
Related and Background:
Rafiq Ismail is Nidal Malik Hasan Palestinian Uncle - speaking from Ramallah
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See this post for minute-by-minute updates as it was happening.
Read about Kimberly Munley, the police officer who took Hasan down