Who cares if they are silent? Do we want these savages proselytizing? Because when they are not killing they are proselytizing (jihad and dawah, dawah and jihad).
WTH is wrong with everyone? Why are these jihadists still walking the earth? Why are these jihadists eating halal duck a la'orange paid for by the US taxpayers, praying with qurans and rugs paid for by the US taxpayers (the targets of the 911 attacks), playing soccer on a brand spanking new soccer fields paid for by the US taxpayers (the targets of the 911 attacks), using brand spanking new laptops paid for by the US taxpayers (the targets of the 911 attacks), while throwing feces and urine at the US troops guarding them?
How is this possible? Does America not care or does America not know, because the enemedia barely mentions these horrible developments?
These jihadists are playing the Gitmo kuffar judge like a cheap fiddle, just as their fellow jihad mass murderer, Nidal Malik Hasan, is manipulating his own courtroom kuffar. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed has already won permission to wear a U.S. Military camouflage vest and to get court dismissed early so he can get his sleep. KSM is wringing every accommodation he can from his witless dhimmi judge. For the judge to rule against such requests would of course be "Islamophobic."
But the jihadist is still not satisfied, of course, and has now gone silent.
"Sept. 11 defendants delay hearing after pulling silent act on Gitmo judge," from the Associated Press, January 28:GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba — Two Sept. 11 defendants delayed the start of their hearing Monday at Guantanamo when they refused to respond to questions from their judge in the case.
Defense lawyers didn't say what prompted the silent protest by self-proclaimed terrorist mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and one of five co-defendants at the military tribunal on the US base in Cuba. Mohammed refused to say whether he approved the hiring of another attorney for him. Fellow defendant Walid bin Attash refused to say why he wanted a military lawyer removed from his team.
Their silence Monday delayed by about an hour the start of a four-day hearing on pretrial motions for the five Guantanamo prisoners charges in the death penalty case. The judge eventually granted the changes without statements from the men.