The Revolving Doors of Islamic Prisons

Paki Talibandits raid prison,   free  hundreds

About 250 inmates escape in attack that also left six dead and eight injured in northwest city of Dera Ismail Khan.
Last week: al Qaeda raid on Abu Ghraib springs hundreds of hardcore headbangers
Mourners pray over the coffin of a victim killed during the assault on Taji prisonMourners pray over the coffin of a victim killed during the assault on Taji prison. Iraqi authorities said that raid failed to free any inmates.

Al-Qaida in Iraq has claimed responsibility for deadly raids last week on Abu Ghraib and Taji prisons which freed hundreds of prisoners, including some of its followers.  (Source)

My people, my people:

Obama Secretly Releases Five Taliban Prisoners From Gitmo In Exchange for Peace Talks 

Another brilliant move by Hussein Obama.   The Obama Administration secretly released five Taliban prisoners from Gitmo. It was a nod of willingness to open peace talks. (Funny that there is never any signs of “willingness” from the other side, don’t you think?

Why Are 104 Pali Terrorists Being Released?

What is truly puzzling about Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu proposing to release more than 100 of the worst Palestinian terrorists to have ever murdered Israelis is that it is impossible to figure out any reason for him to do so. It is not just that one might oppose this plan, it is that I cannot think of a single reason for supporting it. Let’s go very carefully through the arguments, and try to find a reasonable one.  (Barry Rubin)

Al-Qaradawi: Mansour is clown, al-Sisi has no right to kill

MuBro wannabe Jew-killer Youssef al-Qaradawi, issued a televised statement on Al-Jazeera as a response to violent events in Egypt.

“Defense Minister Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi violated the oath he vowed to Mohamed Morsi,” said al-Qaradawi. The sheikh further slammed: “Al-Sisi thinks that the people gave him the right to murder and behead Egyptian citizens.” Al-Qaradawi called Interim President Adli Mansour “a clown”, and said the interim government under the rule of Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi is “a government of oppressors”.