Blind Sheik & President Mohamed Morsi

Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman (‘Umar ‘Abd ar-Raḥman; born 3 May 1938), commonly known in the United States as The Blind Sheikh , is a blind Egyptian Muslim leader who is currently serving a life sentence at the Butner Medical Center which is part of the Butner Federal Correctional Institution in Butner, North Carolina, United States. Mohamed Morsi (ALA-LC: Muḥammad Muḥammad Mursī ‘Īsá al-‘Ayyāṭ; born 8 August 1951) is the fifth and current President of Egypt, having assumed office on 30 June 2012. 3.3/5

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Excerpted from Politico: President Barack Obama is "deeply concerned" by the Egyptian Armed Forces' decision to remove President Mohamed Morsi from power Wednesday and hopes to see the military quickly return authority to a democratic government. "The United States is monitoring the very fluid situa...
"For aid to Egypt, demand reform" Charles Krauthammer March 9, 2013 in Opinion is not the best time to be doling out foreign aid, surely the most unpopular item in the federal budget. Especially when the recipient is President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt. Morsi is intent on getting the release of Omar Abdel-Rahman (the Blind Sheik), serving a life sentence for masterminding the 1993 World Trade Center attack that killed six and wounded more than a thousand. Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood is openly anti-Christian, anti-Semitic and otherwise prolifically intolerant. Just three years ago, Morsi called on Egyptians to nurse their children and grandchildren on hatred for Jews, whom he has called “the descendants of apes and pigs.”.
RELEASE ‘BLIND SHEIK’ Omar Abdel Rahman FROM PRISON, ISLAMIST URGE U.S. By Colum Lynch and Abigail Hauslohner, BEFORE BIN LADEN, THERE WAS THE “BLIND SHEIK.” A generation ago, Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman stood as the embodiment of Islamist terrorism: The bearded religious extremist with the trademark red-and-white cap and dark sunglasses helped orchestrate the first bombing of the World Trade Center, in 1993, and plotted several unrealized attacks against other New York landmarks. Two decades of imprisonment in high-security detention centers in the United States have diminished his public profile. But the Egyptian cleric is gaining notoriety among a new generation of Muslim holy warriors, and he has become a cause celebre for Islamist political leaders who came to power during the Arab Spring. Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi assumed office with a pledge to press the United States for Abdel Rahman’s release. In October, al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri released a video in which he called on Egyptia ...
Release of "blind sheik" terrorist The "blind sheik" is Omar Abdel Rahman, currently serving a life term for the '93 bombing of the WTC inShare.1 Editor's Note: Terrorists in Algeria holding foreign and American hostages began to demand the release of Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman in exchange for their hostages' lives. Check out the related for more information on this developing story. Sheik Abdel Rahman, the blind Egyptian cleric whose preaching has stirred the fundamentalists passions among young Arab Muslims, speaks in Jersey City, USA on April 6, 1993. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File) Related Article: Militants offer to swap US hostages for "blind sheik" Last summer, Egypt’s new President Mohamed Morsi called on the United States to reconsider the imprisonment and conditions of confinement for terrorist Omar Abdel-Rahman. Known as “the blind sheik,” Rahman was convicted in 1996 for planning terrorist attacks on the United Nations, tunnels, and landmarks in New York City. He served a portion of his life ...
Egypt's terror-coddling President Mohamed Morsi has repeated his arrogant demand that America free convicted 1993 World Trade Center mastermind Omar Abdel-Rahman. I'd like to report that President Obama repeated his unequivocal rejection of the Muslim Brotherhood leader's entreaties. But as of this ...
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