One of bin Laden's most dangerous terrorists freed from Gitmo -- on Obama's orders

  • 05/04/2017
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One of the most dangerous bombmakers and recruiters in the terrorist world is out of prison and now living in an southeastern European country that is a hub of Islamic terrorism.

But he didn't escape.  He was freed from US custody on the orders of Barack Obama.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

Abdel Malik Ahmed Abdel Wahab Al Rahabi, a top terror operative who had planned to participate in the 9/11 attacks and who received training to be a suicide bomber, was freed from Gitmo and transferred to Montenegro...

...“The administration is playing Russian roulette with America’s safety by releasing 9/11-plotter Abdel Malik Ahmed Abdel Wahab Al Rahabi from Gitmo,” Sen. Mark Kirk (R., Ill.) said in a statement. “Rahabi’s transfer abroad is all the more alarming after terrorist Ibrahim al-Qosi resurfaced in December 2015 in the Arabian Peninsula as the top recruiter for al Qaeda after being transferred from Gitmo to Sudan.”

Al Rahabi is one of the single greatest threats to American national security.  He was so trusted and prized by Osama bin Laden he was placed on the terrorist's personal security detail.  There, he helped plan the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Montenegro is also a hub of Islamic terrorism in Europe.  Bordered by Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Kosovo, it is a literal crossroads of Islamic jihad.  

Al Rahabi, al Qaeda's top recruiter, was planted directly in one of the best recruiting areas for the terrorist group - despite revelations other terrorists released by Obama have returned to terrorism and are actively recruiting soldiers to attack and kil Americans.

Montenegran officials confirm the freed terrorist will be allowed to travel outside of their country.

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