May 10 2013
Who authorized a Muslim imam to curse the 30 fallen Navy SEALS and National Guardsmen at their funeral service in Afghanistan in 2011?
Even worse, the Obama Regime could be responsible for their deaths.
After the August 2011 deaths of 30 Navy Seals and National Guard soldiers in a crash of their Chinook helicopter, during the funeral, the military command allowed a Muslim imam to do a prayer over the soldiers along with Christian ministers. There was no Muslim who died in the crash so why was an imam even there?
The Muslim imam’s prayer over the fallen servicemen CURSED the fallen troops. Here is the funeral service. Imam’s prayer begins at 4:10:
During an emotional press conference in Washington Thursday, family members tried to reopen the book on the crash, shot down by insurgents, in which 30 Americans, most of them belonging to the same unit as those who carried out the raid on Osama bin Laden earlier that year.
FOX News During the event organized by a group called Freedom Watch, family members and former military personnel claimed President Obama turned the SEALs group into a Taliban target after the administration revealed they had conducted the bin Laden raid. Doug Hamburger, whose son Patrick was killed, called the incident an “ambush” that could have been prevented.
“We’re very concerned that the administration had disclosed that the Navy SEALs had carried out a successful attack on bin Laden’s compound resulting in his death. And you know, never before in the history of our county (had) a sitting president released that type of information to the public, especially when he was talking about special forces. Their names and their missions had never been revealed before. And we really feel that this put our guys in an unnecessary risk,” Hamburger said.
Many military experts at the time, including some of Obama’s top military advisers, had questioned the White House’s public praise of SEAL Team 6 and said it put members in danger.
Three months after bin Laden’s death, members of the SEAL Team 6 force — though apparently not the same ones who carried out the bin Laden raid — were on board the CH-47 Chinook transport helicopter, along with its Army National Guard aircrew, several support personnel and seven Afghan commandos. In all, 38 people died that night after the chopper was shot down by a Taliban-owned rocket-propelled grenade –or RPG – over the Wardak Province on Aug. 6, 2011.
Charles Strange, whose son Michael, 25, died in the attack said Obama personally promised him a thorough investigation of what happened but has failed to deliver. Strange also blamed top military brass for sending the troops into a situation they were allegedly ill-equipped and unprepared to handle.
Asked for comment, Pentagon spokesman Lt. Col. James Gregory said: “We share in the grief of all of the families who lost their loved ones.”While not commenting directly on the allegations, he called those who were lost “warriors” who represented “the diversity and talent of America and its military.” (There’s that diversity word again, the same word the General at Ft. Hood used after the terror attack by Nidal Hasan – “Diversity in the military is more important than 13 dead soldiers”)
Karen Vaughn says she wants to know why her son Aaron and his team were not using special operations aircraft which have defenses in place to help allow helicopters to go deep behind enemy lines. The night her son Aaron died, he was in a helicopter that was built in the 1960s and last retrofitted in 1985.