Rush, Pat Robertson and Haiti earthquake also came into mind.
..... in East Tennessee. Minor quake, with no damage.
In his eyes, would that mean East Tennessee females are more moral? Of course, it could also mean that East Tennessee men are also more moral.
I do remember folks trying to blame the Haiti earthquake on voodoo or Katrina on gays. If there were similar comments about 9/11 I must have missed them.
I think, though, that in the case of 9/11 one could argue that there is an indirect link between the perception that the US society is morally derelict and the choice of targets on 9/11. IOW, the 9/11 comparison is nowhere near as far fetched as the Haiti and Katrina and Iran earthquake comparisons.
How much thought went into the decision? Probably not much. From their perspective the 'Great Satan' has moral failures that go far beyond sexual excess or perversion. Our whole economic system is offensive. Our support for Israel is offensive. Our exploitation of their natural resources is offensive. It's all offensive.
IOW, my guess is that from their perspective, the whole country is morally bankrupt and therefore attacking any large symbol of American power or culture was equally appropriate.
to find out about the hejab and all those other pieces of clothing. It was to prevent women from luring men who were inherently good and chaste, but just the sight of a woman's hair was encitement to rape and the total break-down of society. Basic Islamic assumption -- It's all women's fault. Men are without stain.
To paraphrase Jimi Hendrix, "Where-ever you are, let your hair fly free."