Suspected Fort Hood Shooter Called “Camel Jockey” By Military Colleagues

Posted by | November 6, 2009 11:30 | Filed under: Top Stories

Nidal Malik Hasan was harassed by his fellow soldiers and was called names like “camel jockey.”  Ironically, Hasan was suffering from the same kind of stress he was trained to treat.


Hasan is an American citizen of Palestinian descent and after the 9/11 attacks, his cousin says he was the target of constant harassment from others in the military. His tormentors called him a “camel jockey,” said his cousin, Nader Hasan. He wanted out of the Army, so he paid back his military student loans and hired an attorney.


Nader Hasan believes that what ultimately set his cousin off was his imminent deployment to Iraq.

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