Zacarias Moussaoui has no regret and no remorse. I have no doubts. He should be executed and his extremist culture must be destroyed. Read his own words and decide for yourself.
From the AP (via South of Boston):
He mocked a Navy officer who wept as she described the death of two subordinates in the attack on the Pentagon.
“I think it was disgusting for a military person” to cry, Moussaoui said of Lt. Nancy McKeown. “She is military. She should expect people at war with her to want to kill her.”
Asked if he was happy to hear her sobbing, he said, “Make my day.”
He noted many relatives of victims wept on the witness stand, then walked past him in the courtroom and looked his way without crying. “I find it disgusting that people come here to share their grief over the death of some other person,” he said.
“I’m glad there was pain, and I wish there will be more pain,” Moussaoui said. “The children in Palestine and in Chechnya will have pain. I want you to share their pain.”
So, Spencer asked: “You have no regret, no remorse?”
“No regret, no remorse,” Moussaoui responded.
In a lengthy explanation of why he hates Americans, Moussaoui said Islam requires Muslims to be the world’s superpower as he flipped through a copy of the Quran searching for verses to support his assertion. He said one verse requires Muslims “to fight against all who believe not in Allah.”
“We have an obligation to be the superpower. You have to be subdued,” Moussaoui said. “America is a superpower and you want to eradicate Islam.”
From Bangkok Post:
Zacarias Moussaoui said he wished the September 11 attacks had happened many more times over and expressed his willingness to kill Americans “any time, anywhere”, in testimony at his own death sentencing trial Thursday.
“I wish it had happened not only on the 11th, but the 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th,” Moussaoui said of the attacks on New York and Washington on September 11, 2001, according to television news broadcaster CNN.
From ABC News:
Asked if he wanted to see 9/11 happen again, Moussaoui said he wished it would happen “everyday.” Chuckling to himself, Moussaoui testified to prosecutors that Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh is “the greatest American.”
From BBC News:
“Suicide bombing would be a high calling?” prosecutor Robert Spencer asked him. “You would do it again tomorrow?”
“Today,” Moussaoui responded unhesitatingly.
But he launched into a diatribe that put a quick halt to the tittering, beginning with a citation from the Koran which he said meant Islam had to become a superpower in place of America, and drifting into an answer about “the Jewish state of Palestine” that ended with a threat to “exterminate” American Jews.
He said he felt no regret when he saw 11 September victims testifying in the court, enunciating every syllable of his reply: “None what-so-ever.
“We did it for this. We want to inflict pain on your country.”
From The Independent:
We wanted you to have pain in your country,” he said during two-and-a-half hours of testimony. I just wish it would have happened on September 12, September 13, September 14 … there’s no remorse for justice.”
The French-Moroccan, a confessed member of al-Qa’ida, claimed to have enjoyed images shown in court this week of the Pentagon after it was attacked and said that reports of the deaths “make my day”.
It will make my day when I see the video of his remains being excreted from the ass of a pig.