Tuesday, September 18, 2012

State Dept and Egypt Negotiating "Transfer" of Blind Sheikh

There's a breaking story saying, “The U.S. State Department is currently in negotiations with the Egyptian government for the transfer of custody of Omar Abdel-Rahman, also known as “the Blind Sheikh,” for humanitarian and health reasons." 

The the Department of Justice responded to the story - making the story true, not a rumor - that it is not a "release." It's merely a "transfer" of an Islamic terrorist hero to an Islamic country controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood, once classified as a terrorist organization by the State Dept before they won the Egyptian election to hold positions of authority and still encourages its people to attack the US Embassy shouting "Death to America."

Presumably, we are to believe the MB will place Blind Omar in prison and keep him there for the rest of his miserable life not to be immediately released for humanitarian and health reasons like Lockerbie/Pan Am Flight 103 bomber Ali Mohmetal-Magrahi was released to Gadhaffi's Libya for humanitarian and health reasons and died two years later, but only after being released, feted, and celebrated as a great hero to the Islamic cause of world domination through the killing of all infidels.

Meanwhile, the Obama administration blames Mitt Romney for rioting in the Muslim world, apologizes for the hurt feelings of Muslims, and detains the maker of the horrid film, "Innocence of Muslims" ostensibly for parole violations, and demands that You Tube Google "review" the appropriateness of hosting the offending video.

To be fair to our administration, it wasn't our idea to release transfer Blind Omar to Egyptian custody. When Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi, the current President of Egypt, took the oath of office, he promised "to work for the release of Sheik Oman Abdel Rahman,the Egyptian-born militant Islamist convicted after the 1993 World Trade Center attack of plotting to bomb several New York City landmarks." Mr Obama must be very displeased with this development because no matter what the outcome, he's going to look real bad to somebody.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why can't we release Obama back to Kenya? Don