GITMO is obviously not as horrible as it’s made out to be or should be. One GITMO detainee is on the computer regularly checking his dating profile through a dating site – Match.com. He’s honest about being detained as a terrorist but he still gets hits from women every day. These women are probably certifiable.
He says he’s “detained but ready to mingle.” He has a sarcastic sense of humor but who knows what the story is with the women.
Muhammad Rahim al-Afghani, who was believed at one time to have close ties to Usama bin Laden, has maintained a dating profile on Match.com for three years, according to his attorney, Carlos Warner. He has been in GITMO for seven-and-a-half years and is recommended for continued detention.
Match.com finally suspended his account.
The match.com website writes says they are really concerned about safety.
Match.com is responsible for more dates, relationships and marriages than any other online dating site. As part of the Match service, we have an extensive fraud prevention team that works diligently to identify and investigate any suspicious activity. Many free sites don’t provide this service.
Match.com has partnered with the National Cyber Security Alliance and joined the STOP. THINK. CONNECT. campaign to promote online safety and cyber-security awareness. Taking the steps to protect yourself while participating in the Match.com community will help create a more positive experience for you and contribute to a better online environment for everyone.