Close the POW camp -- Free the terrorists
Hussein Obama announced yesterday that he is closing the POW camp at Guantanamo Bay to send his Islamic terrorists buddies home. The NYC fascist media all stood and cheered when he signed executive orders to that effect. It was the culmination of their 6 year campaign against the Bush Administration for protecting the people of these United States.
Today we read in the news that one of their released terrorists has gone back to his former life as a leader of Al-Queda making plans for more terrorism against us. This makes me feel really secure, and with Obama's planned closing of the prison we can all sleep secure and safe. How about you? Do you support support Obama's promise to send all these POW terrorists home?
The Geneva convention says that soldiers wearing the uniform of a combatant nation should be given fair treatment and returned home AFTER the fighting is over. A man not wearing the uniform of a combatant nation, not in uniform, or otherwise engaging in guerrilla or terrorist tactics may be executed. For the safety of the American people (And many others around the world) these violent terrorists should be given the full benefit of the Geneva convention and offered a blindfold before being executed.
CAIRO, Egypt - A Saudi man released from Guantanamo after spending nearly six years inside the U.S. prison camp is now the No. 2 of Yemen's al-Qaida branch, according to a purported Internet statement from the terror network.
The announcement, made this week on a Web site commonly used by militants, came as President Barack Obama ordered the detention facility closed within a year. Many of the remaining detainees are from Yemen, which has long posed a vexing terrorism problem for the U.S.
The terror group's Yemen branch - known as "al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula" - said the man, identified as Said Ali al-Shihri, returned to his home in Saudi Arabia after his release from Guantanamo about a year ago and from there went to Yemen, which is Osama bin Laden's ancestral home.