Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Guantanamo Bay Detainee 220

No doubt you read about the killing of twelve in Mosul, Iraq this past April. Of course you did, the media loves to report any upheaval in the war on terrorism. But what wasn’t widely reported was that the murdering coward who blew himself up for the promise of sex was former Guantanamo Bay detainee 220, Abdallah Ali al-Ajmi.

Why was he released? He was released after a series of judgments stemming from the liberal attack on the detention of terrorists at Guantanamo Bay. The bottom line, he was released to the Kuwaiti government where he was, surprise, acquitted. He quickly returned to terrorism resulting in the death of twelve.

Americans, you need to get involved in what is going on in our country. President Obama has been in office only one week and already ordered the closing of Guantanamo Bay. Where do you think these terrorists will go? Do you want them in your backyard detention facility? Speaker Nancy Pelosi doesn’t; yet she supports the closing. You want to give them access to the courts that requires proof of guilt? That would require the release of classified intelligence gathering that aids the enemy. The CIA and NSA are not going to give that information out. This means the terrorists goes free. Do you want these terrorists released to the Kuwaiti and other terrorist supporting governments? We know how that turns out.

The terrorists at Guantanamo Bay are not innocent civilians plucked off the dirt paths of Afghanistan and Iraq. They are liars, cowards, and murderers. Here is sample of the lies detainee 220 gave at his tribunal (source: Wikipedia)

Al Ajmi: My role was [sic] in this Tabligh [sic] to call people to pray, to do good. To let people know that there is an end to this world so they can pray and do well.

Board Member: Is it a religious organization?

Al Ajmi: Yes it is

Board Member: Al Ajmi I believe that your dedication to your religion is genuine, what direction or path will that dedication take should you be released?

Al Ajmi: For peace.

Board Member: Ok, having said that I feel with that answer in mind than [sic] there is some sense of injustice on the part of your detention [sic]. Can that desire for peace and the anger you feel for the injustice coexist or live together?

Presiding Officer: Being detained here, does that affect your ideology of the peace concept that you just mentioned?

Al Ajmi: I don't blame the Americans for what they did by bringing us over here and detaining us over here. If I were in their place I would go out and look for terrorism all over the world like they did but I have a feeling it is going to be a just decision by the Americans. That is my feeling. I would do the same thing if I were in their shoes. I would capture the bad people, the terrorists and bring them over here and detain them.

I am concerned for America. President Obama has been in office one week. In this short time, he has endangered Americans by closing Guantanamo Bay with no plan for the terrorists detained there. He also picked, I’m sorry, but one ugly looking white carpet for the Oval Office (I get one cheap shot per blog).

The war on terrorism is alive and well; believe in that. Holding hands and roasting marshmallows over a campfire will not change that. I plead with you, as my fellow Americans, do not to allow our president to take this approach. Clinton tried the law-enforcement approach and the twin towers fell anyway. Bush saw terrorists for the fanatics they are and took action, his record in this area is indisputably flawless.; not one attack, but many foiled.

1 comment:

Jason said...

On March 14, 2008, DoD announced that it had custody of Muhammad Rahim al-Afghani, a high-level member of al-Qaida captured in the War on Terror,previously held in CIA custody, and had placed him under control of the Joint Task Force at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He is set to be released with the closing of Guantanamo Bay.

Source: GlobalSecurity.org