Sunday, October 31, 2010

There Ain't No Cure For the Common Jihad

Remember that Wahhabi "rehab" that was supposed to "cure" hardened jihadis? Looks like it's about as effective as regular rehab since, according to this piece in the Weekly Standard, many former Saudi rehab"patients"--who, quel surprise, had also served a stint in Gitmo--have ended up running off and joining the Yemen branch of Al Qaeda:
Finally, Homeland Security secretary Janet Napolitano confirmed this morning that the Saudis, who have been an uneven partner in the fight against al Qaeda, provided the intelligence that allowed authorities to locate and diffuse the two bombs. There are good reasons why the Saudis would have their fingers on the pulse of AQAP. The organization has repeatedly targeted the Saudi royals. And most of the former Gitmo detainees who have joined AQAP graduated from Saudi Arabia’s rehabilitation program for jihadists.
Shouldn't that serve as a cautionary tale to those kafirs now considering the fate of "child jihadi" Omar Khadr?

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