Monday, January 4, 2010

We Will Pay With Blood For This Action

As reported by The Guardian, Jake Tapper of ABC News, Hotair.com, and The Long War Journal, the US has swaped Qays Khazali, head of the Iran backed Shiite Asaib ahl al Haq or League of the Righteous in exchange for a British soldier. Released is a better term. The release has been explained as taking place in the “spirit of reconciliation.”

Since this murderer is not a household name, let’s recapitulate a bit and find out who he is. His career started as a deputy of al-Sadr, and he was also a leader of Hezbollah and directly responsible for the assassination of five American soldiers in Karbala. When he and his brother were arrested the identification cards of the soldiers were recovered at the scene.

The Long War Journal quotes American officers as stating:

“We let a very dangerous man go, a man whose hands are stained with US and Iraqi
blood,” a military officer said. “We are going to pay for this in the future.”

The US military has maintained that the release of members and leaders
of the League of the Righteous is related to a reconciliation agreement between
the terror group and the Iraqi government, but some US military officers
disagree.

“The official line is the release of Qazali is about reconciliation, but in reality this was a prisoner swap,” a military intelligence official said…

“This was a deal signed and sealed in British and American blood,” a US military officer told The Long War Journal. “We freed all of their leaders and operatives; they [the League of the Righteous] executed their hostages and sent them back in body bags. And we’re supposed to be happy about it.”

First PM Brown's release of Al-Megrahi the Lybian terrorist responsible for Pan Am 103 and now Obama's release of Qazali have sent a clear message to international terrorists: "We are open for deals." The result will be more kidnappings and more terror.

Welcome to the cowardly new world of Obama. Wait and see how Islamists treat cowards.

2 comments:

Charles said...

MR Brown did not release Mr Megrahi. The Scottish Ecxective acting on the recommendations that Mr Megrahi was in extremisis of his life allowed him to return, a policy to allow those on the point of death to reunite with their families.

This blogger seems to be unaware that Mr Megrahi had nothing to do with Lockerbie. That was Iran an the CIA.

Now, sine you know nothing whay don't you get a life rather than talking about things you are ignorant of.

Mario M. said...

Dear Charles,

The Scottish executive would have never released Megrahi without the approval of Mr. Brown.

I am open to a dialogue, and fail to see the need to call me names to proe a point.

Furthermore, why do you spend your time reading the blogs of "ignorants"?