It just keeps getting crazier and crazier…
Barack Obama is going to release Osama Bin Laden’s personal bodyguard from Gitmo because the prisoner says he wants to build a milk and honey farm.
Malik Wahab al-Rahabi
Abdel Malik Wahab al Rahabi was a bodyguard for Osama bin Laden before he was captured.
Now Obama wants to let him go.

The New York Post reported:

If you thought President Obama’s release of five top Taliban commanders in exchange for POW Bowe Bergdahl was bad, wait until you see what his Gitmo parole board plans.

Desperate to empty the Guantanamo Bay prison by the end of his term, Obama quietly is giving “get out of jail free” cards for the flimsiest of excuses.

One al Qaeda suspect captured in Afghanistan is considered reformed because he took up yoga and read a biography of the Dalai Lama. Another is eligible for release because of his “positive attitude.”

And one longtime detainee, a former bodyguard for Osama bin Laden, is now harmless because he’s going to start a “milk and honey farm.”

The Periodic Review Board already helped clear 78 of the remaining 149 prisoners for release, documents show, and has scheduled more hearings for this summer.

Malik Wahab al-Rahabi wants to start a milk and honey farm and teach children.
The UPI reported:

David Remes, representing al-Rahabi at a hearing in Arlington, Va., said the 34-year-old being held indefinitely at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, wants to study, teach and start a farming operation called Yemen Milk and Honey Farms with other current detainees, the Miami Herald reported. Al-Rahabi also wants to spend time with the 13-year-old daughter he last saw as a baby, Remes said.

The Yemen Milk and Honey Farm Ltd. would sit on 200 acres outside the city of Bajil, Yemen, a third of the way between the Red Sea coast and the capital, Sanaa.

 

 

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