“Mr. [James] Foley converted to Islam soon after his capture and adopted the name Abu Hamza”—Oct. 25, 2014 N.Y. Times article, “The Horror Before the Beheadings”
Hard for me to believe Jimbo didn’t convert under duress.
Although, I have always known him spiritually curious.
Easier to believe he proved syrup at fangs of alien vampiresintent on making him pay, leaving us lot spiritually curious.
Jimbo adopts name Abu Hamza because Hamza’s famousfor riding into Battle of Badir with an ostrich feather in his turban.
(how spiritually curious of him, no doubt!).
Hamza was late convert to Islam; Jimbo came to journalism a seasoned teacher.Both proved paladin interlopers, distinguished ball-busters of spirit: curious.
También, the manner in which both are cut down early in life, apenitasafter egress of civilians on H.D.M.I. proves too easy, of little spiritual curiosity.
Tell me Abu, how does an Abyssinian slave gamble on their manumissionby chucking a javelin into the abdomen of an O.G.-General, spiritually curious?
How does one roam into a sitch so egregiously far fromHow does one prevent their liver from turning into jewelry of spiritual curiosities?
Jimbo picks Moe’s right-hand man (I’m talking about Hamza here) because Jimbo knows Gabriel only shows himself to deniers of emerald escalators, not the spiritually curious.
Tell me Abu, why should I forgive the rabid—the rabbled, wracked with graphic cabals?Estos matadores en balaclavas tyranny the Just, pimp Justice, and claim spiritual curiousity.
Torture ain’t stop Jimbo programming: specialist lectures, tournaments of Risk, fauxwrestling matches between the captives. For what? Morale, and to not lose spirit and curiosity.
Abu is kindness performed with militance; Jimbo is witness subsumed with service.Quizas, juntos, as adjuncts they eradicate flags, shatter cisterns, dissuade countries to stand behind their spiritual curiosity.