As his time in office winds down, Obama is ending his presidency the same way it started by working against the American people. Muieen Abdal Sattar, who was captured as he fought Americans at Tora Bora, and who is associated with Al Qaeda, quickly took a leadership position at Gitmo. He incited violence, led attacks on Gitmo personnel and threatened to behead one of the guards.
A report on Sattar prepared by the Department of Defense says:
“Since transfer to JTF-GTMO, detainee assumed a leadership position, incited mass disturbances, assaulted and threatened to kill JTF-GTMO personnell and made motivated speeches to ‘fight against the infidels’ and to kill Americans to include men, women, children, and babies.”
“If released without rehabilitation, close supervision, and means and desire to successfully reintegrate into his society as a law-abiding citizen, it is assessed detainee would immediately seek our prior associates and reengage in hostilities.”
Yet President Obama, in his never-ending ignorance, apparently felt it was appropriate to unleash this bad man back upon society. But by no means was Sattar the only jihadi for whom freedom loomed ahead.
Twenty-one other detainees, including one who reportedly served as deceased Sept. 11 mastermind Osama bin Laden’s bodyguard, were slated for transfer out of the facility as well. In fact, by Thursday, four of them had already been transferred to Saudi Arabia, according to The U.K. Daily Telegraph.
“Saudi King Salman has said the four (Gitmo detainees) who arrived on Thursday will live in the kingdom, where they will take part in a rehabilitation and de-radicalisation programme,” the paper reported.
Perhaps the programs might work, but history would suggest otherwise.