Released Gitmo Ape Rearrested in Pakistan

Here’s the translation from Expressen:

The Guantanamo Swede is caught in Pakistan/how did he get the idea in his head that there is a jihad going on?

* Whitewashing Islam: Obamessiah denies the Jihad Threat...

Mehdi Ghezali
Solkar quick: can’t you explain to this misguided Muslims that there is no jihad going on and terror is completely un-Islamic?

The Guantanamo Swede Mehdi Ghezali is once again suspected of terror crimes. The 30-year-old has been apprehended in Pakistan for collusion with Al Qaeda, according to Rapport [the big TV-news program on Sweden’s public TV].

Mehdi Ghezali was arrested in Pakistan in 2001 and incarcerated at the infamous Guantanamo base. He was released in 2004, without knowing why he was arrested.

Counter Jihad News:

Photos released of terrorist mastermind at Gitmo

Photo purporting to show a man identified by the Internet site as Khalid Sheik Mohammed

Khalid Sheik Mohammed

Ramzi Binalshibh and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed: "We don't care about capital punishment," he said. "We are doing jihad for the cause of Allah…"

Inside Gitmo

Cheney: Detainees want to kill Americans

9/11 co-defendant: ‘We did what we did’

At possibly last war crimes hearing at Guantanamo, two acknowledge guilt

GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba – Two of the five men accused of orchestrating the Sept. 11 attacks offered unapologetic admissions of guilt Monday in a sometimes chaotic — and possibly final — session of the Guantanamo war crimes court.

The hearings, scheduled over several days, could be the last at Guantanamo, since President-elect Barack Obama has said he would close the offshore prison at the U.S. base in Cuba and many expect him to suspend the military tribunals and order new trials in the U.S.

Ramzi Binalshibh and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-proclaimed architect of the terrorist attacks, casually admitted guilt during a series of outbursts as the translators struggled to keep up and the judge repeatedly sought to regain control.

* Jawa Report: Jihad Fritz identified: “Abu Talha the German” was identified as 31 year old Bekkay Harrach, a Moroccan born immigrant to Germany.

“We did what we did; we’re proud of Sept. 11,” Binalshibh announced at one point in proceedings that dealt with a number of legal issues, including whether he is mentally competent to stand trial on charges that carry a potential death sentence.

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Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to plead guilty: judge

* Just in with thanks to Jeffrey Imm

“Our success is the greatest praise of the Lord” 

* Not that this has anything to do with Islam…

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to plead guilty: judge

AFP calls this turd a “militant”- and the 9/11 attacks “alleged”


WASHINGTON (AFP) – Alleged September 11, 2001 attacks mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four co-defendants have indicated they will confess to terror charges in their trial before a USmilitary tribunal in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, the judge said on Monday.

“The accused in this case had decided that they wished to withdraw all motions… and wished to enter pleas in what was termed as confessions in this case,” the judge, Army Colonel Stephen Henley, said shortly after the pre-trial proceedings began.

When asked by the judge if he was prepared to enter pleas Monday to all the charges should the commission allow the defendants to withdraw their motions, Mohammed said “Yes.”

“We don’t want to waste time,” Mohammed told the judge.

*  9/11 suspects ask to make ‘confessions’ at Gitmo

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Gitmo: No Khalid, you can't do jihad on the net

Judge: No Internet Access for Sept. 11 Defendants at Gitmo

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — AP   A U.S. military judge has denied a request from professed Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed for Internet access inside his Guantanamo cell, ruling he does not need it to prepare for his death penalty trial.

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