May 28, 2014
He wanted to commit mass murder in the name of Islam and jihad, and now he wants taxpayers to provide him clothing that reflects those same religious beliefs. And when Judge Scriven granted him permission not to stand when she entered, was she aware of the fact that Osmakac’s remaining seated signifies that he doesn’t respect Infidel laws or authorities, but only the law of Allah, and would consider standing for an American judge tantamount to idolatry — showing respect that is due only to Allah. It is, in other words, a statement of complete disrespect for and rejection of the authority of the court and of U.S. law in general. As such, it should never have been permitted in a U.S. court. But the willful ignorance is all-pervasive.
Oh, and Sami Osmakac is not an Arab. It isn’t Arab clothing he wants to wear. It’s Islamic clothing.
“Man asks court to provide Arab clothing during Tampa trial,” by Elaine Silvestrini, Tampa Tribune, May 23, 2014 (thanks to Teresa):