Former Army Maj. Nidal Hasan is now engaging in a hunger strike for Shariah Law.
The Fort Hood terrorist who is sitting on death row at the Ford Leavenworth military prison, wrote a one page letter telling the guards that he would no longer eat.
Hasan was convicted and sentenced to execution in 2013 on 13 counts of murder and 32 counts of attempted murder. He once served as an Army psychiatrist, but eventually converted to radical Islam and opened fire on his unarmed colleagues at the Texas Army base in 2009.
“I will reduce and then maintain a total body weight of 99 pounds,” Hasan wrote in the letter dated March 27, according to the Army Times. “I hope this will also serve as a reminder of how weak the Muslim Ummah (community) is and as a reminder to the believers of the importance of following God’s Laws despite the disbelievers’ hatred for it. And most of mankind are disbelievers!”
According to reports, Hasan still refers to himself as a “soldier of Allah.”
The “Washington Times” reported that the Army is trying to move forward with Hasan’s execution, but noted that it remains a “very lengthy appellate process.”
It’s too bad our laws protect Hasan from actually being left to starve to death. It would certainly save the taxpayers a lot of money.