Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the mastermind behind the 9-11 attacks on America, recently sent a 27 page letter to a Nottingham care worker. In the letter Mohammad discusses his attraction to pretty, nice children.
The Guardian reported:
Details from an extraordinary exchange of letters between a Nottingham care worker and the alleged architect of the 9/11 attacks can be revealed in the Observer today, offering an unprecedented insight into the mind of one the world’s most notorious Islamists.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, 49, who is held at Guantánamo Bay, has endured the harshest of the CIA’s interrogation methods and allegedly confessed to a career of atrocities.
Pre-trial hearings before a military commission are due to be held at Guantánamo next month. In his letter to Rory Green, 25, Mohammed wrote: “I appreciate your deep concern regarding my worldly and hereafter life … You asked me to repent from my sins. For your own information, I never stop.”
Green began the correspondence when he was studying for a degree in athletics at Wingate University in North Carolina in 2011 after reading a newspaper article about Mohammed. A devout Christian, Green wrote: “I am not here to trick you, [or] make you feel worse than anybody in the world. There is hope in forgiveness through Jesus Christ.”
Two years later, Green has now received a 27-page reply, debating the virtues of Islam over Christianity. At one point Mohammed compares the Bible’s view on murder to that of the Qur’an, quoting the latter as saying: “We decreed upon the children of Israel that whoever kills a soul unless for a soul or for corruption (done) in the land – it is as if he had slain mankind entirely.”…
…He added: “I think you are a smart student who has read the history of Europe in the Dark Ages and the story of Galileo, when the whole of Europe used to believe that the Earth is the centre of the Universe and all the stars including the Sun circled the Earth; but only poor Galileo was saying something else, that it was the Earth which circled the Sun.” He also offers a critique of the sex scandals which have plagued the Catholic Church. The Bible contains some “immoral vulgar sex stories”, he writes. “How can any normal unmarried young man read these stories and stay in a closed area with nuns and pretty, nice children – and in the bad sexualised environment in the west – without excitement or stirring up their normal sexual instincts?”