February 5, 2010, - 4:57 pm
You’ve no doubt heard the news from earlier in the week that Northwest Flight 253 Islamic terrorist and undiebomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is now talking to the feds at the urging of his parents, whom FBI agents traveled to see in Nigeria. Reportedly, agents prompted the parents to nudge their son into spilling, lest he get the death penalty (a potential sentence he faces, but I doubt would get).
Yesterday, as I was reading an article on Pops Mutallab, Alhaji Umaru Mutallab in the Wall Street Journal, I couldn’t help but notice the uncanny resemblance of a pic Abdulmutallab’s dad, from the late ’80s, to a certain African leader we knew and loved from the late ’80s. I’m thinking maybe they were the same guy, twenty years apart, since James Earl Jones is much older.
Separated at Birth?
Pops Mutallab, 1987; King of Zamunda, 1988
Got a feeling that James Earl Jones will play Pops Mutallab in the movie. . . .
Luke, er . . . Farouk, I am your father. Come on over to the light side.
Tags: Alhaji Umaru Mutallab, Coming to America, Islamic Terrorism, Islamic terrorist, James Earl Jones, King of Zamunda, Nigeria, Northwest Flight 253, separated at birth, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, Umar Mutallab, Undiebomber, Zamunda