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  • The Scriptorium

    12/14/2014

    Qatar broke promise with US, allowed Gitmo detainee to leave the country

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 5:32 pm

    Can we all say, du!, now. Of course they left the country. They all go back to the fight eventually, and our government is stupid to expect Muslims to keep other Muslims locked up. They’ve all read the same Koran and Haddiths, and they all follow the same Allah. They don’t have to do the actual beheading to do their part for the Jihad.

    Relying on allies that aren’t allies is yet another consequence of the Washington establishment’s determined refusal to face the realities of the jihad, and to formulate policy based on those realities.

    “Qatar ‘broke promise to US over Guantanamo detainee,’” by David Blair, the Telegraph, December 12, 2014 (thanks to Lookmann):

    Qatar broke an “explicit” promise by allowing a former Guantánamo detainee who had trained with al-Qaeda to leave the country and visit Britain, a new report has found.

    Jarallah al-Marri, who attended an al-Qaeda training camp in Afghanistan before the terrorist attacks on September 11, was freed from Guantánamo in 2008.

    Mr Marri was allowed to go home to Qatar in return for a formal promise from the government of the Gulf state that he would not be allowed to leave the country. But a report from the Foundation for the Defence of Democracies in Washington said this pledge was broken.

    Jihad Watch

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