Omar Shafik Hammami nicknamed Abu Mansoor Al-Amriki was an American Muslim terrorist, born in Daphne Alabama, who was killed in 2013 as a ‘martyr’ in Somalia.
Again we see the same format shaping an American home grown terrorist that we see for other islamic terrorists: an obsession with Islam. An obsession to the Islamic Hadith and Sirath, because these are the main passages that call for Muslims to admire and aspire to be martyrs. An admiration and careless justification to hate and murder other people, and rather than perceive it as contemptible, they learn to perceive it as rewarding by an authority far beyond the human.
Pay attention at 20.08 in the video when a Muslim shop-keeper in hometown is asked if he recognizes him. He then states that Hammami is viewed as a hero and that Americans should ask themselves why he is willing to oppose his own country (indicating, again, the endless victimhood mentality Muslims convince themselves of).
Self-indoctrinated to hate: This undated file photo downloaded from a file-sharing site linked from the Twitter account of Omar Hammami, a most-wanted American jihadi in Somalia, purports to show Hammami with blood on his neck and shirt Thursday, April 26, 2013 following what he labeled an assassination attempt late Thursday as he was sitting in a tea shop. (AP Photo)
The Hadith and Sirat (Mohammed’s life and teachings), in our assessment and opinion, is the authentic and actual created Islam that was composed by the conquering Ummayya Caliphate, who have been well known for writing the Quran and spreading Islam by the sword. Muslim scholars claim that Zayd ibn Thabit (d. 655CE) was the person to collect the Quran since “he used to write the Divine Inspiration for Allah’s Apostle.” But how can this be when scholars argue that the Quran was not composed when ‘Mohammed’ was alive – so who was that apostle? Probably the early Caliphs. And Mohammed is probably more than one person since his personality changes in different descriptions. Many descriptions of Mohammed’s life are identical to the events and life of Abd al-Malik, the fifth caliph.
The oldest sections of the Quran could not have come as a revelations to a prophet that has never been verify through history, but are booty from invasions and raids, belonging mainly to pre-islamic sects in Arabia that were of Christian, Jewish and pagan background. This is why the Quran assumes familiarity with major narratives recounted in the Jewish and Christian scriptures. Then abrogations were made and the new attributes on Mohammed’s life and teachings were added as additional chapters.