August 5, 2009, - 12:04 pm
Remember the pictures we saw a couple of months ago, featuring Uighur Muslim terrorists from Guantanamo Bay swimming in the Ocean and living it up in the Caribbean, upon their release?
Well, guess whom they met first? Today’s Wall Street Journal has a vomit-inducing story about the “Life of Reilly” these terrorists are living, when they should be living the life of Ahmed. And the story details how their translator/personal assistant/ gourmet chef, Rushan Abbas, was once their U.S. interrogator at Gitmo and was the voice against terrorism for Radio Free Asia. Talk about a whore, er . . . “mercenary.”
Uighur ex-Gitmo Terrorist Plays w/ Wii While Assistant Rushan Abbas Works for Him; Met With Coke Dealer Al Sharpton
The important excerpts:
Rushan Abbas climbed the stone steps of Camden, the official residence of Bermuda’s premier, earlier this summer and led three island newcomers into a stately receiving room where the Rev. Al Sharpton was waiting.
“Thank you for your valuable time,” said Ms. Abbas, after interpreting Rev. Sharpton’s greeting to the three men into Uighur, an obscure language of central Asia.
Being Uighur Muslims from western China — and having spent the past seven years as prisoners at the U.S. detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba — the men really had no idea who the American civil-rights activist is.
Here’s a tip: It’s a shameless shakedown artist who operates much like Muslims do all over the world.
In addition to interpreting, Ms. Abbas coordinated everything from meals to visits from Bermudan lawyers and government employees who are helping them find homes, English classes and work. On Monday, the Uighurs began jobs as landscapers at the state-owned Port Royal Golf Course.
As they settled in at the oceanside guesthouse where they first arrived, Ms. Abbas baked bread, fried flounder, and made halwa, a sweet confection. “She’s our translator, our assistant, and our chef,” says Abdullah Abdulqadir, 30, the most jovial of the four men. . . .
Before leaving Bermuda for home, Ms. Abbas made sure the Uighurs had some things they needed to adjust to a free life in the West. “I really liked the Wii,” said Mr. Abdulahat, boasting how well he played a virtual bowling game the men had in their final week at Guantanamo. Ms. Abbas interpreted. Within seconds, a Bermuda government worker across the table was on the phone pricing gadgets.
Great life if you can get it . . . but you have to become a mass murderer wannabe of the right religion. Yes, while Americans are struggling to survive, Islamic terrorists who planned to kill us are living “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.” So nice to know your taxes funded Wii games for terrorists.
Looks like they don’t really need any shakedown lessons from Al Sharpton. They already know the drill.
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