Skip to comments.Release of '93 World Trade Center Bombing Sheikh behind Egypt's act of war on US Embassy
Posted on 09/13/2012 2:27:00 PM PDT by combat_boots
I would fully expect Obama to consider release of the Blind Sheikh, who was behind the first jihadist attack to take down the World Trade Center, after he wins the election.
Obama worked feverishly, from the onset of his presidency, to bring the Muslim Brotherhood into power. Not five months into his presidency, he invited the then-outlawed Muslim Brotherhood to his submission speech at Al Azhar in Cairo in June 2009. The raging protests continue in Cairo, and the monstrous consequences of Obama's Islamic handover continues.
In Service of the Blind Sheikh? Weekly Standard, September 13, 2012 The investigation into the exact circumstances that brought us the twin attacks on U.S. diplomats in Egypt and Libya remains ongoing. Much remains uncertain. But a few new press accounts provide clues that are worth noting. And those clues point to a possible motive for the anti-American rallies and violence that has little to do with an offensive anti-Islam film.
It seems that bad actors in both Egypt and Libya decided to agitate for the release of Sheikh Omar Abdul Rahman, aka the Blind Sheikh. This is a longstanding cause for al Qaeda and other militants even though it is inconceivable that Rahman will be released and terrorism on his behalf is itself, in many ways, a pretext.
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I think The Messiah needs to visit “His People” in Cairo, and see what they think of the USA......
I’m all for releasing the blind sheik - from a C-130 at 4,000 meters over Cairo - sans parachute
I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Eric Holder pardons him before he leaves office in January.
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