Two Al-Qaeda Explosives Experts Released From Gitmo

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Free Republic

The American government has released two prisoners from Guantanamo Bay, the high profile anti-terrorism prison in Cuba, the Defense Department confirmed on Monday.

The two Libyans, formerly explosives experts for al-Qaeda, were transferred to Senegal.

Salem Abdu Salam Ghereby is thought to have fought in Afghanistan against coalition forces at Usama bin Laden’s Tora Bora “and was associated with senior members of al-Qaeda.”

In 2008, Omar Khalif Mohammed Abu Baker Mahjour Umar was judged likely to “immediately seek out prior associates and reengage in hostilities and extremist support activities.” …

(Excerpt) Read more at clarionproject.org

One thought on “Two Al-Qaeda Explosives Experts Released From Gitmo

  1. Obumma showing his true colors- releasing his Muslim brothers so they can rejoin the fight and kill more innocent people, maybe lots of Americans this time. Wouldn’t it be ironic if they blew themselves up? I’m sure I could find some volunteers. How about this- every life they take, American or otherwise, we prosecute Obumma as an accessory to murder? And correct me if I’m mistaken but if a Muslim dies while in battle against Infidels, or dies as a suicide bomber killing Infidels, one of the things they are promised is 72 Virgins. If I am correct, that IS how it is worded. I have a question relating to this aspect of their afterlife. It says 72 Virgins, but of what kind? Virgin women? What about Virgin men? How about Virgin pigs, both Boars and Sous? What about Virgin goats? I think it’s a question worth asking.

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