FORMER GITMO DETAINEE IS BUS BOMBER!–
Bus Bomber Mehdi Ghezali - Algerian National & Killer

Mehdi Ghezali was arrested in Pakistan in 2009. According to public broadcaster SVT, Mehdi Ghezali, who for several years was imprisoned at the U.S. military base at Guantánamo Bay on Cuba, was carrying a Swedish passport bearing the name Mehdi-Muhammed Ghezali.


Mehdi Ghezali marched with fellow Gitmo detainees against abuse after his release in 2004. (Elsevier)

The Swedish national was arrested at least once since his time in Gitmo.
Via Riehl World View:

The image at the top of my blog post didn’t come from the media today. It came from a September 19, 2009 blog post at Immigrationspolitiks on Blogger, which appears to be a Swedish blog. Now, he’s dead, but not before blowing up a bus and taking several lives?? You have got to be kidding me!

The Swedish government was forced to promise the U.S. to monitor Mehdi Ghezali. Sweden also agreed to stop him from continuing “terrorist activities”.

The United States considered Ghezali as a threat, Pierre-Richard Prosper, a former official with the US Department of State, told the Expressen.

“There is a group of prisoners who will not be released unless we got those promises. The person we are talking about belongs to this group.”

The former Guantanamo Bay terrorist, Mehdi Ghezali, was arrested on August 28 along with two other Swedish Muslims, Munir Awad, and Safia Benaouda, in Pakistan and have been since imprisoned by the Pakistani intelligence service ISI.

The former Guantanamo Bay terrorist, Mehdi Ghezali, was arrested on August 28 along with two other Swedish Muslims, Munir Awad, and Safia Benaouda, in Pakistan and have been since imprisoned by the Pakistani intelligence service ISI.

The final act of Mehdi’s life was murdering 8 innocent Israelis.

What a miserable slug.
Burn in hell, Mehdi Ghezali.

UPDATE: The Swedish Security Service responded with a brief statement that Ghezali was not the bomber.

 

 

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  1. Heckuva job.

  2. obummer agrees to let them out only if the agree to kill israelis…great job ozero

  3. A task difficult to the point of being impossible: Fighting a war when your government – the one charged with defending the country (e.g., Art. I, section 8, clauses 10-16) – refuses to name the enemy.

    Long ago Muslims declared war on anyone who will not submit to Islam. Such declarations are directly and expressly sourced in the Quran. Robert Spencer has the full listing of core Islamic texts by means of which Muslim jihadists justify their actions.

    The current adm. refuses to identify Muslim ideologies – Islam itself – as the source of this long standing war.

    The Barbary Wars (1801-1805; 1815) were the first declared fighting between Muslims (as the Ottomans) and the US. But these were NOT the first fightings waged on the West by Muslims. From Islam’s birth in the early part of the 7th century Muslims throughout history have been the aggressors. The aggression continues. The ROP website tallies more than 19,000 Muslim attacks since 09/11/01. The Bulgarian attack follows the Muslim pattern.

    Until we have an executive who is willing to stand by his Art. II oath of office, Islam will not only wage war against America, it will succeed.

  4. How many others did we have in our clutches and choose to release so they could kill innocents in the future?

  5. SILENCE!

    I keel you!

  6. Maybe we should bomb Sweden then Bulgaria and finally Turkey….rev up the jets!

  7. Turkish national? How did he get to be Turkish from a Swedish national born to a Finnish mother and an Algerian father? . . . .

  8. #3 Phil Gandy commented at 12:21 pm

    This is but the tip of the iceberg as our Secretary of State has been actively cooperating with the OIC/Istambul Process to undermine the sanctity of our Constitutional first amendment rights . . .”test of consequences”.

    By Clare Lopez at American Thinker

    The OIC’s purpose, as stated explicitly in its April 2011 4th Annual Report on Islamophobia, is to criminalize “incitement to hatred and violence on religious grounds.” Incitement is to be defined by applying the “test of consequences” to speech. Under this twisted perversion of falsely “yelling ‘fire’ in a crowded theater,” it doesn’t matter what someone actually says — or even whether it is true or not; if someone else commits violence and says it’s because of something that person said, the speaker will be held criminally liable.

    The OIC is taking direct aim at free speech and expression about Islam. Neither Christianity nor Judaism is named in the OIC’s official documents, whose only concern is to make the world safe from “defamation” of Islam — a charge that includes speaking truthfully about the national security implications of the Islamic doctrine of jihad.

    Incitement to hatred under the OIC definition includes artistic expression like the Danish cartoons, literary expression like Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses, or Pastor Terry Jones’ burning of his personally owned copy of the Qur’an. According to the “test of consequences,” if Muslims feel compelled to burn, loot, riot, and kill in response to such exercises of free expression, under the laws the OIC wants the U.S. to enact, it would be the editor and cartoonist of the Jyllands-Posten newspaper, Salman Rushdie, and Terry Jones who would be held criminally responsible for any damage or deaths that ensue. http://counterjihadreport.com/tag/religious-defamation/

    Just last week, Brussels Process Launched By The International Civil Liberties Alliance On 9 July 2012

    See GatesofVienna.blogspot.com for several revealing (hair raising) video reports from last weeks Brussels Process . Blasphemy laws are already applied here in the US as no mention of anything negative towards Islam or Sharia is any longer permitted . . .witness the Fort Hood Report. Alarming doesn’t begin to address the current state of affairs.

  9. Rehab rarely works it seems. And bullets are so cheap. Should’ve just shot the bastard.

  10. This Obama administration sure does have a lot of blood on its hands, doesn’t it?

  11. who released him and why?

  12. 14# maybe this will help you and the reason for release, if they promise not to kill again……….http://townhall.com/tipsheet/mallorycarr/2012/05/07/obama_administration_program_secretly_releasing_terrorists

  13. New York Post
    February 26, 2009

    ATTORNEY General Eric Holder toured Guantanamo Bay this week, a “fact finding” visit prompted by President Obama’s “close Gitmo” order.

    One wonders if his eyes were open to the facts on the ground – given Holder’s evident conflict of interest.

    Holder’s previous job, after all, was as a senior partner with Covington and Burling – a white-shoe DC law firm that devotes considerable pro bono time to defending the Gitmo detainees. The job paid $2 million a year, and he expects to collect a like amount this year as part of his separation package.

    As a senior partner, he undoubtedly had significant input on what kind of charity cases his firm picked up. He surely knew that dozens of lawyers from from his firm were among the 500-plus civilian lawyers representing the 244 or so remaining detainees (on top of military-court-appointed defenders).

    Even now, his Covington colleagues continue to allege rampant torture at Gitmo. They’re fighting hard to have detainees tried through the US court system – essentially given the same rights as US citizens. And their arguments and plans hinge largely on having Holder issue a bad report card.

    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/item_OW5H1WOvXCkQadaLMSO3OO;jsessionid=BB8945E3C781BB7EE78BFCFCDE1CE39F

  14. How appropriate this should happen on the same day Johnny McCain Mutany teams up with Keith Ellison to smash down Michelle Bachmann’s inquiry into the Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of our government…Here a web page that may soon disappear on the issue of Ghezali’s ” torture ” claims…> http://www.energy-net.org/NUZ/HRIGHTS/INT/0720172.TXT

  15. #14 asked: “who released him and why?”

    . . .just saw this at WeaselZippers:

    “greeneyedjinn says:
    July 19, 2012 at 2:18 pm
    While I was still on Active Duty (speaking now of the ’03 – ’05 time frame), one my lesser enjoyed duties was to review the files on personnel proposed for release from GITMO back to their “home” countries that would have come through our AOR, either as a stop-over or final destination.
    I don’t remember this guy at all…and I think I would have because I’m a Swedish descendent. Every detainee was specifically identified with a unique ID code that included a clear reference to their country of citizenry. I find this very very strange that I wouldn’t have seen this and said, “hey, here’s one not from Tunisia, or Egypt, or Algeria, or wherever…he’s Swedish???” It could have been that his release was approved just before I was assigned that crappy job. But I’m more inclined to think that he was a “special case” that was pushed through DOD directly by SECDEF.
    None of the guys I ever reviewed from GITMO files ended up in detention because they were unlucky Boy Scout leaders who had made a wrong turn while driving to a remote campground. They were all very bad men. They were all enemies of America. The only criteria we were allowed to use (at our level) for Yes or No recommendations was any known outstanding intelligence value that could be gained. For virtually all, since our organization didn’t KNOW of any outstanding intel they might have, we didn’t oppose their repatriation. It was a stupid criteria, but the only one we were allowed to use back the Joint Staff.
    So much of what happened for the release of GITMO War on Terror prisoners was driven by pure politics. It had zero to do with keeping America safe and keeping jihadists off the battlefield. And it didn’t do anything to protect these Israeli tourist. Sadly, I think Ghezali won’t be the last GITMO “alumni” who blows himself up on the road to martyrdom.
    Now we’re reaping the whirlwind. I am very sad.

    P.S. JawaReport has <a href="http://www.haaretz.com/polopoly_fs/1.452284.1342717697!/image/1214272988.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_640/1214272988.jpgthe image of the “Michigan” license curiously documenting his address in “Baton Rouge, LA”.

  16. #14 asked: “who released him and why?”

    . . .just saw this at WeaselZippers:

    “greeneyedjinn says:
    July 19, 2012 at 2:18 pm
    While I was still on Active Duty (speaking now of the ’03 – ’05 time frame), one my lesser enjoyed duties was to review the files on personnel proposed for release from GITMO back to their “home” countries that would have come through our AOR, either as a stop-over or final destination.
    I don’t remember this guy at all…and I think I would have because I’m a Swedish descendent. Every detainee was specifically identified with a unique ID code that included a clear reference to their country of citizenry. I find this very very strange that I wouldn’t have seen this and said, “hey, here’s one not from Tunisia, or Egypt, or Algeria, or wherever…he’s Swedish???” It could have been that his release was approved just before I was assigned that crappy job. But I’m more inclined to think that he was a “special case” that was pushed through DOD directly by SECDEF.
    None of the guys I ever reviewed from GITMO files ended up in detention because they were unlucky Boy Scout leaders who had made a wrong turn while driving to a remote campground. They were all very bad men. They were all enemies of America. The only criteria we were allowed to use (at our level) for Yes or No recommendations was any known outstanding intelligence value that could be gained. For virtually all, since our organization didn’t KNOW of any outstanding intel they might have, we didn’t oppose their repatriation. It was a stupid criteria, but the only one we were allowed to use back the Joint Staff.
    So much of what happened for the release of GITMO War on Terror prisoners was driven by pure politics. It had zero to do with keeping America safe and keeping jihadists off the battlefield. And it didn’t do anything to protect these Israeli tourist. Sadly, I think Ghezali won’t be the last GITMO “alumni” who blows himself up on the road to martyrdom.
    Now we’re reaping the whirlwind. I am very sad.

    P.S. JawaReport has the image of the “Michigan” license curiously documenting his address in “Baton Rouge, LA”.

  17. Another posting from 2009 that Obama’s truth squat may scrub in the next hour..> http://mypetjawa.mu.nu/archives/198835.php



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