Some days I just shake my head in absolute befuddlement.

Who is in charge of letting saudi students come here on whatever the visa program is and why would they let a mentally ill student get a visa for that purpose? Questions that will likely never be answered, but if I was a family member of Professor Richard T. Antoun I would be digging deep to find out who allowed this to happen and why. Then, I would sue that person or that administration for every dollar I could possibly get!

Professor Antoun is dead because he smiled at one of his saudi / muslim students. abdulsalam al-zahrani stabbed Professor Antoun because he believed “the professor was part of a conspiracy against him. al-zahrani said he was provoked to the violent attack…” The killer, who was charged with second degree murder, made some sort of plea deal and will “likely … serve an 11-year prison sentence.

Big deal. 11 years. For KILLING an innocent man who smiled at him. What the he11 is wrong with our justice system? And, does anyone think for one single skinny second that if an American student stabbed and killed a saudi professor that he could or would get off as easily as claiming to be mentally ill and serving 11 years in prison? Uh-uh.  Not a chance. In saudi, the trial would have been quick and punishment even quicker. Doesn’t take very long to lop off someone’s head. [See my earlier post today – with the video of a beheading.]

Read the comments at the article. I am not the only one who thinks that saudi’s justice system would have handled this much differently than our justice system did. Oh, and in case anyone is wondering, American’s cannot go to saudi for college or to further their education. There is no reciprocity in that regard. Just one more way saudi’s and muslim’s take advantage of us, and as is typical with them it is all take and no give.

Eh. What’s the big deal? We ALLOW it to happen. That is, our administration does and has for many years. One of these days, when we have an absolute conservative in the WH, we can start making some changes. All I know is that those changes need to be in the works pretty darn quick! Otherwise, our granddaughter’s will be wearing abeyas and those of us that refuse to convert to a “religion” that condones pedophilia and requires it followers to five-times a day raise their a$$ in the air to worship some moonrock will be paying jiyza. [Religion? It isn’t a religion – islam – it is a cult and a dangerous one, at that.]

I have absolutely no recollection of this incident happening or of it being covered by the news at all. We were in saudi at the time, and I’m pretty sure if I would have seen an article about it in the local green truth [what we called the daily newspaper], then I would have blogged about it. Interesting take on this from Michelle Malkin, here. Head on over there to see what one of abdulsalam al-zahrani’s roommates had to say about him: [He] “was confrontational, argumentative and ‘acted like a terrorist.'” Shocked. Just shocked.