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Those who follow Fortress of Faith are familiar with Walid Shoebat. He is an ex-Muslim terrorist. He has written a great article on this issue. Among other things, he tells us the meaning of the “Bismillah” or the “Basmallah” which was spoken by Bowe Bergdahl’s father.
Is what the father said just a simple statement of praise for Allah, or is it something deeper? It is a Muslim victory call. Why would he have made this statement unless he has perhaps converted to Islam?
The father said “Allah, the most merciful, the most beneficent.” in the Rose Garden with the President. This is like a Muslim standing there and saying, “in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.” Those watching, especially Muslims, would conclude that he had converted to Christianity.
There are three statements or slogans used by Muslims to express their faith in Allah. They are, “Allahu Akbar,” “Allah , the most merciful, the most beneficent,” and “I declare that there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his mdssenger.” Then you see this man, Bowe Bergdahl’s father, with and elongated beard and a trimmed moustache reciting one of them. Every Muslim knows what that means.
This is not a bum, biker, or a Santa Clause fan. When one gives the basmallah, trims his moustache and elongates his beard, its the first sign of a convert to Islam, just as that an ex-Muslim putting on a cross and saying, “In the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit,” is evidence enough of conversion to Christianity. But there is much more we obtained on this stealth jihadist.
The beard and the moustache alone are not conclusive, but when you add the saying of the bismillah it becomes conclusive. This gives us very good reason to believe that he has converted to Islam and is now a Muslim.
The father’s subscriptions on YouTube are another indication of where his loyalties lie. You can look at these subscriptions by going to Walid Shobat’s article. On one of the videos Bergdahl subscribes to a Jihadi message titled, “Duaa (prayer).”
But prayer for what? His son’s release only? Hardly, its for the release of the terrorists in American captivity.
O Allah, release our prisoners, the Muslim prisoners, and send them back to our families in peace!
If you think that Bergdahl does not understand what is said in Arabic? Think again, he comments himself stating:
“Al-Hamdu Lillah, Ameen, Ameen May the duas of the ummah be heard and may Allah free my son from captivity! بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ إِيَّاكَ نَعْبُدُ وَإِيَّاكَ نَسْتَعِينُ”
Praise be to Allah, Amen, Amen, my prayers for all the Muslim Nation (ummah) be heard and may Allah free my son from captivity. In the name of Allah most merciful most beneficient, it is thee whom I worship, it is thee whom I seek refuge.
He types perfect Arabic and announces he is Muslim, “thee [Allah] I worship …”
Bob. Sgt. Bergdahl’s father was also in direct communications with one of the top three Taliban spokespersons named Abdulqader Balkhi. Was he planning to smoke a Hukkah? Drink Afghan tea?
He had tweeted this top Taliban spokesperson a message for future victories:
I am still working to free all Guantanamo prisoners. God will repay for the death of every afghan child, amen!
This tweet has since been deleted, but it does show where the sympathies of Bob Bergdahl lie. It should be obvious to all who want to see the truth that Bowe Bergdahl’s father was working with the Taliban.
The video of the Rose Garden speech by the father has something interesting in it. Watch it with your eye on Presdent Obama and see if you notice something.
Did you notice when the President smiled? It was when Mr. Bergdahl started praising Allah. Does that tell you anything? Remember, the President speaks Arabic and he knew what was being said and what it meant.
When you remember that the actions of Bowe Bergdahl resulted in the deaths of American soldiers it adds significance to this event.
So far we have been talking about Bowe Bergdahl’s father. Let’s change our focus to the son.
The first question that must be asked is, Did Bowe Bergdahl serve honorably, or was he a deserter? Let’s look at the evidence:
We also learn from emails reported by the late Michael Hastings in Rolling Stone in 2012 that Bergdahl’s fellow infantrymen found out within days that Bowe no longer supported the U.S. effort in Afghanistan. Bowe himself said:
The future is too good to waste on lies… And life is way too short to care for the damnation of others, as well as to spend it helping fools with their ideas that are wrong. I have seen their ideas and I am ashamed to even be American. The horror of the self-righteous arrogance that they thrive in. It is all revolting.
Bergdahl also wrote in one email:
I am sorry for everything. The horror that is America is disgusting.
A former member of Bergdahl’s squad, who goes by “Cody,” shared that local village children in Afghanistan said that Bowe came by their area and “Wanted to meet with Taliban.”
Former Pfc. Jose Baggett, 27, who was in Blackfoot Company, said he was close to two men “killed because of his (Bergdahl’s) actions.” Baggett also said:
He walked off…He left his guard post. Nobody knows if he defected or he’s a traitor or he was kidnapped. What I do know is he was there to protect us and instead he decided to defer from America and go and do his own thing. I don’t know why he decided to do that, but we spend so much of our resources and some of those resources were soldiers’ lives.
Bowe obviously was a mule who was being used by the Taliban to help them ambush American soldiers who were looking for him. Cody revealed:
A huge thing in country is not building patterns. Well when you are looking for a person everyday that creates a pattern. While searching for him, ambushes and IEDs picked up tremendously. Enemy knew we would be coming. IEDs started being placed more effectively in the coming weeks. Ambushes were more calculated, cover and concealment was used
Loyal soldiers infuriated because of Bowe’s actions since it led to the deaths of American troops. One soldier said:
It was unbelievable… All because of the selfish act of one person. The amount of animosity (toward him) is nothing like you’ve ever seen before. …I don’t understand why we’re trading prisoners at Gitmo for somebody who deserted during a time of war, which is an act of treason
There is the evidence. You can decide for yourself what to think about Bowe Bergdahl and his father.
Tomorrow we will continue this subject and take a closer look at the Gitmo prisoners that were released.
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