February 11, 2010, - 11:33 am
A number of sheep who haven’t a clue on national security but echo Drudge Report headlines are all up in arms about the British courts forcing the UK to disclose confidential US intelligence material allegedly showing “torture” of Al-Qaeda terrorist and Gitmo detainee Binyam Mohamed (see also, here), who was a protege of Abdullah Al-Muhajir a/k/a Jose Padilla and traveled with him. The Ethiopian claimed he was “touring” Pakistan, and the intelligence material actually shows nothing about “torture.”
But to longtime readers, it ain’t news. That’s because I wrote about this four months ago. DebbieSchlussel.com Flashback:
Binyam Mohamed: Not Tortured, But, Yes, a Terrorist
And as I asked then, I’ll ask again here: why is the U.S. sharing intelligence with a country dominated by a soon-to-be Muslim majority? More from my column back in October:
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.
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.
Read the rest. Remember, you read it here first, four months ago. Everyone else: also-rans.
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