BREAKING: One of Obama's Gitmo Prisoners Has a TERRIFYING New Job... Watch Out, America
The Obama administration has repeatedly stated there’s no danger in going through with the president’s suicidal campaign pledge to close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay over Republican objections.
Now, however, Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has made a mockery of this promise yet again, releasing a video showing a released Gitmo prisoner and claiming him as one of the group’s leaders.
According to The Long War Journal, Ibrahim Qosi — also known as Sheikh Khubayb al Sudani — has been an AQAP leader since 2014. That’s only two years from when he was released from detention and transferred to the Sudan.
The video, titled “Guardians of Sharia,” showed Qosi and other AQAP jihadists discussing their acts of terrorism “at length.”
Qosi was quoted as saying that Islamic scholars ensure the “correctness” of the “jihadist project.” He also praised the campaign against America by “individual jihad.”
Detained in December of 2001 after his capture fleeing the Battle of Tora Bora, Qosi pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy and material support for terrorism in July of 2010. He was released two years later by the Obama administration.
But, who could have known he would go back to jihad? Well, for a start, how about U.S. intelligence? A Nov. 15, 2007, U.S. intelligence report described Qosi as a “high” risk detainee.
“Detainee is an admitted veteran jihadist with combat experience beginning in 1990 and it is assessed he would engage in hostilities against U.S. forces, if released,” the report read.
Qosi began his career as a jihadi in Afghanistan before following Osama bin Laden to Sudan…