I’m not a huge fan of the TownHall website, in that the editorial staff has from time to time refused to publish, or “spiked”, several of my friend Diana West’s columns on the forgeries that Barack Obama has uttered as bonafide credentials. I’m referring to his laughable computer-generated long form birth certificate and that Selective Service registration card, which is a crudely altered fraudulent document.
My bias out in the open, let’s move on to TH editor Katie Pavlich’s piece today about defense counsel Cheryl Bormann’s Courtroom apparel for the in-progress Gitmo military tribunals, in which one of the defendants is none other than 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed (photo above).
The defense attorney who wore a traditional Islamic outfit during the rowdy arraignment of the accused Sept. 11 terrorists is defending her courtroom appeal that other women in the room wear more “appropriate” clothing to the proceedings — out of respect for her client’s Muslim beliefs.
Cheryl Bormann, counsel for defendant Walid bin Attash, attended the arraignment Saturday dressed in a hijab, apparently because her client insisted on it. She further requested that the court order other women to follow that example so that the defendants do not have to avert their eyes “for fear of committing a sin under their faith.”
Indeed, Ms. Bormann. Perhaps we should just follow the Shariah entirely, and dismiss all the charges against these wrongly accused jihadis, who were doing no more than honoring their most solemn obligation as Muslims to wage holy war against Infidels. Then, after the dismissals, we can move on to installing the rest of Islam’s law in our culture and eventually extend our respect for this “Muslim belief”: