Obama Released Al-Qaeda Leader From Gitmo Back In 2012

A pattern continues to emerge from the Gitmo situation, every time Obama decides to release a supposedly non-violent and non-threatening terrorist from the prison it backfires and he ends up releasing the Second Coming of terrorism or something like that.

Ibrahim Qosi, a former prisoner in Guantanamo prison, AKA Sheikh Khubayb al Sudani, has been reported to be a new Al-Qaeda leader in Yemen. In 2014 the terrorist group Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) published a video on social media that featured the former detainee as the leader of the cell that made the video.


Back in 2012, Paul Reichler who represented Qosi said that the prisoner “is now in his 50’s, eager only to spend his life at home with his family in Sudan — his mother and father, his wife and two teenage daughters, and his brothers and their families — and live among them in peace, quiet and freedom. He is an intelligent, pious, humble and sincere individual who has endured much hardship the past 10 years. But he returns home without hatred or rancor.”


We don’t think a peaceful man would join Al-Qaeda and become their leader, there’s a reason why this man was in Gitmo and there’s a reason why he is now the head of an important terrorist cell, he could have gained some intelligence to use against our Great Nation during his time in Guantanamo.

In the video the terrorists claim for the rightful restitution of Islam to its former glory and the slaughter of anyone who opposed their claims that their God, Allah, it’s the only God worthy of prayer and that killing in His name it’s not a sin. They also enforce the necessity of the war against America and its people as, according to them, we are an affront to everything they believe in and cherish.

We suppose President Obama didn’t imagine this could happen when he decided to let Qosi go, or maybe he did and those conspiracy theories about him and the terrorist Islamic Nation are true and Obama does want Islam to triumph over us, the American people.