Monday, December 22, 2014

$5 Million Bounty for Jihadi Released From Gitmo

THIS is why captured jihadists must never be released. 


US Offers $5 Million Bounty for Terrorist It Released

Monday, 22 Dec 2014 04:38 PM

By James Morrisson

The United States is offering a $5 million bounty for the recapture of an Islamic terrorist it freed six years ago who returned to the jihad campaign after attending a Saudi rehab program for militants.

Ibrahim al-Rubaysh, a Saudi national, was released in 2006 under a Saudi program endorsed by President George W. Bush and continued "full-throttle" under President Obama, Judicial Watch reported Monday as it highlighted a State Department announcement of the reward.

"It turns out that al-Rubaysh is the poster child for the Saudi rehab’s failures. He’s a dangerous al-Qaida operative based in Yemen and now, years after freeing him, the United States wants him captured," Judicial Watch said.

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