al-Dahab admitted to recruiting Islamic Americans into the al-Qaeda terrorist organization during his 12-year residence in California
Oman's Foreign Ministry said in a statement that it had accepted the prisoners at Obama's request. It did not name the prisoners.
They belonged to an elite guerrilla unit personally created by Osama bin Laden
they would go to Italy, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates
Hillary Clinton asked now convicted al Qaeda financeir to arrange first White House Ramadan iftar dinner in 1996
Zea, who converted to Islam several years before his arrest
via Obama Administration Pushed Release Of ‘High Risk’ Bomb Makers From Guantanamo The Department of Defense released two al-Qaida bomb experts Monday from the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The two Libyan terrorists will go to the custody of the sub-Saharan African country of Senegal. Salem Abdu Salam Ghereby and Omar Khalif Mohammed Abu Baker Mahjour Umar … Continue reading Obama Releases Two al-Qaeda Bomb Experts from Gitmo to Senegal
Source: Obama Admin Freed al Qaeda’s New ‘Front Man’ From Gitmo The Obama administration is coming under pressure to explain why it cleared for release a former Guantanamo Bay prison camp inmate who has become a senior Al Qaeda operative since being released from American custody. Ibrahim al Qosi, a former Gitmo inmate who the … Continue reading Obama Gitmo Releasee Promptly Becomes al Qaeda’s New ‘Front Man’
Yet according to Muslims, Obama and the media in the U.S., Islamophobia is the problem. via Tunisia terror attack: What we know about the victims - CNN.com. (CNN)At least a dozen tourists on two cruises that visited the Tunisian capital, Tunis, are among more than 20 people who were gunned down this week at the … Continue reading Muslim terror attacks kill more than 150, wound nearly 400 in just last two days
via Bin Laden aide found guilty in ’98 US embassy bombings | New York Post. A one-time al Qaeda chieftain and aide of Osama bin Laden was found guilty Thursday of conspiring to kill Americans in the 1998 bombings of two US embassies in Africa. Khaled al-Fawwaz was convicted on four counts of conspiracy by … Continue reading New York: bin Laden aide guilty in US embassy bombings that killed 224, incl 12 Americans
Eric Holder never met a terrorist he didn't like. via Al Qaeda operative freed from US federal prison early for ‘time served' | Fox News. Ali Saleh Kahlah al Marri -- an admitted Al Qaeda operative in the United States -- was released last week from a federal prison prior to completing his 15-year sentence … Continue reading DOJ grants al Qaeda terrorist early release from US federal prison, sends to Qatar
An update on this post. via Patrick Poole Muslim Congressman’s Ferguson Panel at Chicago Islamic Convention Features Al-Qaeda Webmaster, Taliban Fundraiser | PJ Tatler. Congressman Andre Carson found himself in strange company Saturday evening when he was scheduled to be featured on a panel with a known Al-Qaeda webmaster and Taliban fundraiser, Mazen Mokhtar, during … Continue reading Pelosi’s Muslim Selection for Intel Comm. Chaired Ferguson Panel with al Qaeda Webmaster, Taliban Fundraiser
Muslim terrorists give Obama 3 days to meet demands or they'll behead Luke Somers. Watch video.
Last week Obama’s Gitmo board ok'd release of Saudi who “remains devoted” to al Qaeda. Now this, via Kuwaiti Guantanamo inmate freed, US plans dozen more releases - Yahoo News. (AFP) - The United States is preparing to release more than a dozen Guantanamo detainees as President Barack Obama works towards his long-promised goal of closing … Continue reading Obama frees Gitmo jihadi, plans to release dozen more to South America
...that killed 224 people. via Judge Accepts Guilty Plea in 1998 Embassy Bombings - NYTimes.com. A federal judge in Manhattan said on Tuesday that he would accept a guilty plea from a terrorism defendant who would face a maximum 25-year prison sentence for charges stemming from Al Qaeda’s 1998 conspiracy to bomb two United States … Continue reading NYC: Judge Accepts Muslim’s Guilty Plea in 1998 U.S. Embassy Bombings