If he had worn, instead, a pointy-hooded KKK ghost costume prior to the slaughter, you know the Left would say he was a "white supremacist". No question.
But this guy was clearly an Islamic supremacist.
WND asked some Islamic supremacists (the Big Media has similar contacts, but, being the deceptive cowards they are, don't say that they're supremacists) about the clothing worn by the Ft Hood terrorist. They affirmed that the terrorist was indeed wearing clothing worn by those who support Al Qaeda.
The shalwar camise is popular in Pakistan and Afghanistan and is also worn by al-Qaida and Muslim-Brotherhood-inspired jihadists there.
In a conversation in September, Muhammad Abdel-Al, spokesman for the Popular Resistance Committees terrorist group, which is allied with al-Qaida ideology, explained how some Palestinians in Gaza were wearing the shalwar camise as a sign of solidarity with al-Qaida.
He cited the trend as proof of the rise of such ideology in Gaza.
Abu Saqer, a Gazan Islamic cleric and leader of the Jihadiya Salifiya extremist movement, also affirmed the shalwar camise was associated with al-Qaida ideology.