Now, Mateen's ex-lover who conceals his face, name, and voice tells Univision that the Orlando massacre wasn't terrorism. Instead, the ex-lover claims that Mateen was getting revenge by killing gay Latinos/Puerto Ricans because he was attracted to them but felt rejected by them and upset because a Puerto Rican man he had a threesome with didn't reveal his HIV status until after they had sex.
Isn't it contradictory that this ex-lover doesn't think the Orlando massacre was terrorism but says he is hiding his identity out of fear of Omar Mateen's father and ISIS.
How can this ex-lover, who hooked up with Mateen for sex only, and lost contact with him last December, be so sure he knows the full story? What about Mateen's online radicalization and the 9-1-1 call during the murder spree? How about Mateen casing out Disney World for a potential target? What about Mateen selling his $165K property to his brother-in-law for $100 just two months before the attack? What about Mateen's missing Palestinian wife that the FBI lost track of? And Mateen's bizarre father who is more comfortable his son was a terrorist than gay?
See link here: http://www.univision.com/shows/noticiero-univision/man-who-claims-he-had-sexual-relations-with-orlando-gunman-tells-univision-it-was-revenge-not-terrorism-video
Alan Turing wasn’t just a great genius and a British war hero. His code breaking and cryptanalysis liberated the Jews, homosexuals, and freethinkers from Nazi concentration camps, making him a champion of Zionists, LGBT people, and atheists.
Andrew Hodges’s autobiography of “Alan Turing: The Enigma” has changed the way I view the world. Growing up, I regarded mathematics as a dry and recursive subject. After reading this book, I’ve been inspired by the infinite power of math and how it can further cultivate my skills as a literary artist, political activist and social scientist.
I chose Alan Turing: The Enigma for the AHA Foundation’s summer reading list because it is LGBT Pride Month and I thought it was fitting to honor one of the key figures of the 20th century who changed the course of human destiny.
Here's what they wrote about me: Nemat Sadat, 37, a New York City-born writer, faced death threats and was shunned when he came out in 2013. He is now an avowed atheist and a campaigner for LGBT rights in Afghanistan.
While my editor is vacationing in Europe, she replied, “First, I would recommend that you change Mateen's name. It's just an unfortunate coincidence that would only distract readers.”
Can you share some sexy Afghan male names in Dari or Pashto (but not Arabic/Islamic) that you’d like to see my narrator fall in love with?
- American University of AfghanistanProfessor of Political Science, 2012 - 2013Taught courses in International Relations, International Political Economy, and History of Afghanistna
- American Broadcasting CompanyProduction Assistant, 2011 - 2011Worked on Nightline Show. Assisted producers and anchors with production needs
- CNNProduction Intern, 2010 - 2010Worked on the Fareed Zakaria Show. Assisted producers with logging and video research and monitored website content.
- United Nations ChronicleEditorial Intern, 2009 - 2009
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