May 6, 2008, - 1:21 pm

Islamic Terrorist Who Kidnapped Jewish Teens Near Auschwitz is Kuwaiti Ambassador’s Son; Will Get No Jailtime

By Debbie Schlussel
Yesterday, I told you about how three Brazilian Jewish teens visiting the Auschwitz concentration camp were kidnapped and held hostage at their Warsaw, Poland hotel by a Kuwaiti Muslim named “Mohammed A.” The 23-year-old Muslim kidnapper claimed he had a bomb.
Well, guess who Islamic terrorist “Mohammed A” is? He’s Mohammed Al-Shaibani, son of Kuwaiti Ambassador to Poland Khalid Al-Shaibani.
Note that Kuwait would not condemn the kidnapping and terrorist threat. So much for the claim that the country only boycotts Israel, not Jews. I guess, technically, it’s true. They don’t boycott Jews–they just kidnap and threaten to blow them up just miles from where Jews were cooked in ovens. Touching.

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Just Drunk or a Failed Terrorist Plot?:

Auschwitz Muslim Terrorist is Kuwaiti Ambassador’s Son

The press and the Poles are belittling the incident and pawning it off on a claim that Al-Shaibani was drunk at the time. Sorry, not buying it. Just because he allegedly didn’t live by the letter of Islamic law prohibiting consumption of alcohol doesn’t mean a thing. This was planned and it was deliberate.
Incredibly, Polish authorities released this Islamic terrorist, Al-Shaibani, on bond. And they say he will receive a suspended sentence, meaning he will serve ZERO jail time. Sickening. Yeah, that’ll be a real deterrent to future terrorism in Poland. And a real boon to future Jewish tourism there.
“March of the Living”–an annual Holocaust commemoration tour on which the teens were traveling–brings 10,000 Jews to Poland annually. This slap on the hand by Polish authorities sends a message to Jews–just like in the 1930s and ’40s–that their lives are meaningless.
Why Poles would slap Jews in the face, yet again, despite their tourist dollars, is beyond me. But it tells us something: their centuries-long anti-Semitism isn’t a thing of the past.
Every member of my immediate family–except me and my late father–has gone to Poland on “March of the Living.” But you won’t see me going there. I won’t risk my life to travel to or give a penny to those who think a Muslim plot of kidnapping three Jews and threatening to blow them up is not worthy of any real justice. We already saw that in Poland in the ’30s and ’40s and the centuries prior.
I still have the same questions I had yesterday about this incident, and more of them:
* Who was Mohammed Al-Shaibani working with in this kidnapping plot?
* Since his father is the Kuwaiti Ambassador, he probably wasn’t a hotel guest. Who told him where Jews were staying?
* What were the details of Al-Shaibani’s plan to kidnap Jews?
* How much did the Kuwaiti government and his Kuwaiti Ambassador father know about the plot?
* There are many hotels in Warsaw. How did Al-Shaibani know at which hotel Jews were staying and the location of the Jewish teens’ sixth floor room, where he ambushed and held them hostage?
Clearly, this was not a random, drunken incident. This was planned ahead of time.

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6 Responses

WTF??? I thought that the kuwaties were more tolerant and moderate? Was I wrong?

mindy1 on May 6, 2008 at 1:59 pm

Wine in, secrets out. He meant to do it.

John Cunningham on May 6, 2008 at 2:36 pm

Debbie,
You’re right that the Poles are still anti-Semites, but having sent three kids to Poland on programs like March of the Living, I can tell you that the Poles make very little on the trips. The kids are instructed to spend as little money as possible there so as not to support the anti-Semites, and they try to come back on El Al rather than on LOT because by the end of the trip most of the kids have bad feelings about the Poles and their role in destroying the Jewish community there. (The lucky kids get to fly both ways on El Al). “Despite their tourist dollars” isn’t really much of a factor in this case.
[C: THESE KIDS PAID MONEY TO STAY IN THE HOTEL. I’M SURE IT IS A CHAIN, BUT I’M SURE SOME OF THEIR MONEY WENT INTO THE POLISH ECONOMY. WHEN YOU VISIT A COUNTRY, THAT’S UNAVOIDABLE. WHEN 10,000 EVERY YEAR VISIT THIS COUNTRY, THEY MAKE AN ECONOMIC DENT, EVEN IF THEY SPEND VERY LITTLE. THERE IS A BURGEONING POLISH-MANUFACTURED PSEUDO-JEWISH CULTURE THAT IS SPRINGING UP TO APPEAL TO JEWISH TOURISTS, AND IT IS MAKING MONEY. DS]

Carl in Jerusalem on May 6, 2008 at 5:29 pm

Now, will the Poles have the minimal cojones to declare the al-Shaibanis persona non grata (which means they must leave the country or else lose their diplomatic immunity)?
chsw

chsw on May 6, 2008 at 5:51 pm

Debbie,
Auschwitz is 350 kilometres from Warsaw. It’s very misleading and rather ignorant to imply that it’s next door.
The boozed-up Kuwaiti ambassador son (it’s belittling to the victims of terrorism to call him a terrorist) has pleaded guilty, offered to cover the costs of the Police operation to arrest him, and will serve between ten months and three years in jail. He had 1.5 milligrams of alcohol in blood, which translates as ‘very, very drunk.’

michal49 on May 7, 2008 at 1:29 pm

Hello,
Great article albeit the fact that you clearly are just as ignorant as this Kuwaiti Muslim retard. Labelling his actions as a stereotypical behavior of Muslims is proof of your ignorance and improper analysis of the case. Regardless, I went to high school with that guy, really I did. He was: a) quite a retard – went to the 10th grade a couple of times before switching schools, b) quite erratic and often disrespected almost everyone he did not like in school, and c) was a heavy drinker, who when intoxicated, would easily offend every person within a 5 foot radius. He probably did plan this; but according to past experience with him, I doubt it was coordinated with any terrorist organization. He was just acting alone and attempting to be a hero in his own flailing eyes.
Point of the matter being that you should not just automatically label every Muslim as a Jewish-person-hater. The majority of the kids in that high school were very open minded and regarded any foreigner, Jewish Christian or Hindu, in the same manner.

ShaibaniISRetarded on October 13, 2008 at 8:18 pm

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