Terrorists Released from Gitmo by Obama Arrested in France Recruiting for ISIS

The lunacy of the Obama administration has created more than just bad policies in areas such as education, environmental regulations, defense, and finance. It also made the nation less safe. And with his release of Gitmo prisoners, he has made other nations less safe as well.

A former Guantanamo Bay inmate is among six people from an alleged Isis recruiting network who have been detained in France.

Among the suspects arrested was Sabir Mahfouz Lahmar, who was freed from the US detention centre in Cuba in 2009 after France agreed to accept him, said a judicial official.

He was one of six Algerians detained in Bosnia in 2001 on suspicion of plotting to bomb the US embassy in Sarajevo.

People who are so motivated to bomb embassies are unlikely to suddenly decide to become peaceful, loving people. That has happened no doubt, but sadly, it's the rare exception.

Some of these Gitmo prisoners released by Obama decide to collect uranium and stinger missiles. Others link up with groups like Al-Qaeda where they can they can work with like-minded individuals to spread terror worldwide. They are released into the world only to have rewards offered for their capture.

So Mr. Obama's derelict policy of turning them loose is simply to allow them to pick up where they left off in their lives of creating terrorism.

The arrests follow a series of foiled Isis-linked terror plots in France, which remains under a repeatedly extended state of emergency.

And it is going to remain under a state of emergency until it figures out how to reverse the effects of its disastrous policy of letting middle-eastern migrants pour into the country unabated.

This is not going to be easy if it is even possible considering how far French leadership has allowed things to deteriorate. The French, or at least the majority of those who vote, have chosen to continue these destructive immigration policies.

Tragically, those who say that dealing with terrorist attacks is just something people are going to have to get used to, are probably correct — at least in nations with migrant policies similar to those in France and Germany.

Source: The Independent



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