Ex-Gitmo detainees returning to jihad more than ever

100107 at 5:55 pm 7 comments

Now 20 percent of former Gitmo inmates have returned to jihad, up from 14 percent last year. The only surprise is that the number isn’t higher, since nothing is or was done at Gitmo to weaken the inmates’ attachment to the jihad and Islamic supremacism — in fact, their attachment to Islam was reinforced by the exaggerated respect non-Muslim guards had to give to the Qur’an, and by the unobstructed Islamic worship made available to the detainees there. Was jihad and hatred of America preached right at Gitmo? What would have prevented that?

“More ex-detainees wage jihad,” by Jeff Bliss and Tony Capaccio for Bloomberg News, January 7 (thanks to James):

As many as one in five former Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, detainees are suspected of or are confirmed to have engaged in terrorist activity after their release, U.S. officials said, citing the latest government statistics.

The 20 percent rate is an increase over the 14 percent of former inmates an April Pentagon report said were thought to have joined terrorist efforts, said the officials, who requested anonymity. The officials didn’t provide the numbers on which the 20 percent figure is based….

-by Robert, Jihad Watch

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  • 1. Michael  |  100108 at 7:37 am

    We must call this war what it is. This is not a war against nations, nor is it a war against muslim extremist. This is a war, Kingdom vs Kingdom. Un till we view it that way we will never win..

    • 2. amnesty  |  100108 at 10:09 am

      No it’s not. That was the great folly of those who waged the war. Idyllically war is kingdom v kingdom. This is a hybrid war. A war against an ideology. Targeting those that subscribe to that ideology wherever they may be on the map. If this was simply a war of turf it would be over.

      • 3. hepsy  |  100112 at 11:48 am

        You and Michael appear to be saying basically the same thing. Both of you recognize the war is not confined to physical boundaries.
        Mahalo for your comment.

  • 4. dancingczars  |  100108 at 2:23 pm

    Be still my heart, you are really starting to shock me and make me not be a liberal hand ringer any more Ha

    • 5. hepsy  |  100112 at 11:55 am

      LOL! Don’t we wish knowing this would be a cure!
      Think pamphlets strewn from above, over PC areas on the map would cause other hearts to need stilling.
      Thanks for your comment!

  • 6. GoodOleBoy  |  100108 at 7:56 pm

    The WW2 solution to ununiformed combatants would of cured this problem. A quick military tribunal in theater and then after the guilty verdict shot. Being out of uniform and committing violent acts was prima facie for a guilty verdict

    • 7. hepsy  |  100112 at 11:57 am

      You’re describing action not in sync with PC. 😦
      We should all be aware of how we became under the rule of PC.
      mahalo for your comment!


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