October 19, 2009, - 11:07 am

UK High Court: Hey, Let’s Share U.S. Intelligence w/ Terrorists, Islamists

By Debbie Schlussel

I’ve been warning about this for years:  that so long as Europe continues to become ever more Muslim-dominated, when we share our intelligence with them, we’re essentially sharing it with Islamic terrorists and/or their enablers in European governments.

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And, now, there’s yet another example of this coming to fruition.  It will jeopardize the lives of our undercover operatives, expose our methods, sources, and tactics, and further weaken our efforts to uncover and defeat the enemy.

A British court ruled that the British government must disclose U.S. intelligence related to the alleged torture of a former Guantanamo Bay detainee, a move the U.K. argued could jeopardize future intelligence sharing.

Britain’s High Court ruled Friday that seven paragraphs that were removed from material released after a 2008 ruling on the case of British resident Binyam Mohamed should be made public. The court said releasing the redacted material was in the public interest, and ruled that doing so would pose no serious threat to U.K. national security — reversing a decision it made last year when it chose to withhold the paragraphs.

And, predictably, our wimpy officials won’t outright denounce this absurdity:

AU.S. intelligence official appeared to back up the judge’s verdict by suggesting this case wouldn’t jeopardize cooperation between U.S. and U.K. spy services. “This is a crucial intelligence relationship and will remain so,” said George Little, a spokesman for the Central Intelligence Agency.

At the U.S. State Department, however, spokesman Ian Kelly declined to say whether releasing the information would damage the relationship with the British government. “I’ll just say that this principle of the confidentiality of intelligence, sensitive information, is central to our intelligence relationships,” he said.

No s***, Sherlock.  Of course, it will hurt our intelligence gathering.  But sadly, it won’t make us change a damned thing.  We’ll still share information with the Brits, and, in the future, their discretion with our information will continue to decrease.  It’s ridiculous.  But who says logic ever enters into the picture when it comes to our spies and the way our country “fights”–or rather, doesn’t fight–the Islamic threat.

By the way, Binyam Mohamed was, indeed, a terrorist.  The man was traveling with convicted Islamic terrorist Jose Padilla a/k/a Abdullah Al-Muhajir, when he was arrested in April 2002 at the Karachi airport.  Why was he in Pakistan, even though he’s from Ethiopia and holds British residency?  There are no Islamic holy sites in Pakistan.  There are only terrorist groups that train other terrorists and help them plan attacks.  Karachi isn’t a frequent vacation getaway for starving Ethiopians, who usually don’t even have the means to go to travel to Pakistan, much less even know of the country’s existence.

This case reminds me of that of another past Gitmo detainee, Mohammed El-Gharani, another “innocent” Muslim from Chad, who was captured in Pakistan, when he was fourteen.  Black Africans from places like Chad and Ethiopia don’t just “end up” in Pakistan by accident.  They usually don’t even have the resources to travel there . . . unless they’re terrorists.  They’re not in Pakistan to “enjoy an island paradise.”  They’re there to “get to Paradise.”

This guy, Binyam Mohamed, is no innocent man.  It’s clear he was up to no good.  And it’s quite clear he was a terrorist.  If someone from Alaska was traveling with John Gotti in Bensonhurst, became a made man, and hung out at the Ravenite social club, I doubt we’d be saying, well, he wasn’t a mobster.

But, fortunately, in those cases, our undercover agents investigating the matter wouldn’t be at the mercy of a boneheaded British Judge living amidst a sea of Cosa Nostra (in this case, Islamia Nostra).

One other thing:  in conjunction with the British court’s decision, MI5 chief, Jonathan Evans, made a public statement that Britain doesn’t torture Al Qaeda suspects.  Why make that statement?  Because this isn’t about finding out crucial intelligence info on Binyam Mohamed.  The British High Court has know reason to know what’s in Mohamed’s file.  This is about putting America on trial and about attacking America for alleged “torture” of Mohamed.

Ain’t it great to have “allies”?  Winston Churchill is turning over in his grave.

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14 Responses

He looks like the devil and he looks as if he delights in severing heads.

goldenmike4393 on October 19, 2009 at 11:46 am

These are the same UK courts that, in the name of “human rights”, refuses to allow extradition of terror suspects back to their home countries because “they might be tortured”. And since those courts won’t allow continued detention, many of them end up walking Britain’s streets.

Raymond in DC on October 19, 2009 at 12:06 pm

Its just guh-reat to have an “ally” who says protecting terrorists’ human rights take priority over your country’s national security interests. The effect of the UK High Court decision is to give Al Qaeda and Islamic terrorists an open key to American intelligence secrets. If they can’t steal it, they know it will be passed on to them.

And what is Obama going to do about it? As usual nothing. Multilateralism and all the other PC nonsense will be the death of us all.

NormanF on October 19, 2009 at 12:24 pm

I guess Rumsfeld had it right with “old Europe”. If they Brits are going to back door our intelligence to our enemies who needs them? KING HUSSEIN wants to destroy our nation and become quasi leader of the world. Liberals hate America and they believe the destruction of America will bring about this perverted liberal world order. They are so clueless this will bring about the Chinese takeover with the Muslims doing the dirty work.

CaliforniaScreaming on October 19, 2009 at 12:47 pm

To hell with releasing these koranimals, get a rope, hang high, and shove a pigs foot in his mouth, feed the sharks. Rinse and repeat as neccessary.

Drakken on October 19, 2009 at 1:00 pm

If this is a recent picture of this terrorist, he looks too damn good to have been tortured. I give our intelligence community a score of D- if they actually tortured this guy. Come on guys, if you are going to torture, make it look like you actually tortured him. Don’t play by Obummer’s rules, make these scumbags talk.

Jarhead on October 19, 2009 at 2:58 pm

britain is so screwed they already have 85 sharia courts and the muslim terrorists are calling for full implementation. its only a matter of time before it is in place.

slickwilliejihad on October 19, 2009 at 3:11 pm

Yessir. Share intelligence with terrorists, release them from jail so they can terrorize us more, but don’t let Michael Savage into the country.

Just like the late 30s,

Little Al on October 19, 2009 at 5:50 pm

absolutely disgusting!…when will our elected officials smarten up – read the koran and surrahs – and realize we are fighting a despicable, vile, evil enemy – ISLAMISTS…as with a cancer you have to cut it out – or DIE…

BIG IRISH on October 19, 2009 at 6:42 pm

Personally I think showing the dvd of the torture sessions of al kyda and taliban should be pay per view. I’d love to watch! Unfortunately the identifications of the CIA agents are now a problem with eric holder and the justice dept.

The whole world should HAVE to watch what some bad ass intelligence officers from America are capable of. Some type of scenario like the movie “Untraceable”. Only this time the muzzies are crying for their lives as pig feces are crammed in their faces .

Unfortunately we are in the B.O. era.

Joe on October 19, 2009 at 8:43 pm

My personal favorite is , red is positive, black is negative and make sure his nuts are wet !

Drakken on October 20, 2009 at 4:32 pm

Try again Debbie, he’s not even Asian.

Bobert Spencer on October 20, 2009 at 11:10 pm

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