AIR FORCE CHAPLAIN BUSTED FOR SHOPLIFTING IN
The Muslim cleric and former enlisted medic was one of the first of his faith to become a full-fledged chaplain in the U.S. military. Now he has another line to add to his resume'. He's a liar and thief.
Air Force Capt. Sharior Rahman was once a rising star in the politically-correct galaxy. After all, Barack Hussein Obama had vowed to "fundamentally change" America into some sort of third-world backwater, didn't he? And his eight-year reign resulted in a gay Secretary of the Army, PC promotions at the highest levels, and an erosion of morale and readiness not seen since the end of the Vietnam war.
You won't see this story in the New York TIMES, Washington POST, CNN, MSNBC/DNC or the rest of the fake "mainstream media." But if a Fundamentalist Protestant chaplain who opposes same sex-marriage ceremonies and proclaims the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, were in the same situation, well, that would be fodder for at least three news cycles.
The reason you won't know about Rahman or read about him in the non-military media is probably similar to why - when the Muslim chaplain was caught shoplifting at the Ramstein BX, frightened officials dared not charge him with a crime. That could adversely affect their future.
AIR FORCE "SOFT" ON THIS SHOPLIFTER
The Germans, however, mean business. They don't like it when anyone steals from a local grocery store, like the light-fingered Rahman. He admitted stealing about 50 Euros worth of goods, including fresh fish, and was fined $3000.
Here's the kicker. Muslim Rahmon, who's been assigned to the 85th Airlift Wing gets to stay in the Air Force. He is near to the 20 year-minimum to haul down a pension. So a thief who is supposed to be an "officer and gentleman" at all times, gets a free pass from the brass. Not fair.
Rahmon is lucky he wasn't serving in Saudi Arabia and arrested for theft in that kingdom. The locals have a severe penalty for pilferers. The amputation of his right hand, in public, would be a lifelong reminder "thou shalt not steal" is a good rule to follow wherever you are stationed in the world.