Gitmo Terrorists Enjoy the Good Life at Saudi Terror Rehab


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When the Saudi government prevails on the United States to release its Al Qaeda terrorists out of Gitmo and back to its loving arms for terror rehab, these are the types of places they go.

If you thought Gitmo with its menus, its overstocked film library and torrent of lefty sympathy was over the top, get really for a truly 5 star terror resort experience.

The conservative oil rich state is hoping to steer jailed al-Qaeda militants away from religious extremism with counselling, spa treatments and exercise at a luxury rehabilitation centre in Riyadh, news agencies there are reporting.

The luxury facilities, which the country has spared no expense on providing, include Olympic-size indoor swimming pool, a sauna, a gym and a television hall.

For those who have shown signs of good behaviour, two day breaks may be granted for those who wish proximity with their wives, in special ‘suites’ which are part of the complex.

The program will accommodate around 3,000 prisoners in 5 centres in the kingdom but it is the new facility in Riyadh, however, which is to offer prisoners a ‘taste of luxury as an incentive to moderate their beliefs’.

The Riyadh luxury facility covers over area equivalent to around 10 football pitches and is designed to accommodate 228 prisoners from the ‘deviant group,’ the term used by Saudi authorities to refer to Al-Qaeda.

Now make no mistake about it, Saudi Arabia is not Sweden. Rehab centers like this aren’t the consequence of a soft on crime attitude. If the Saudi regime really thought that Al Qaeda was as bad, as say shoplifting, hands would be whacked faster than you could say Allahkazaam.

The Saudis chop off the hands of thieves. They give terrorists a luxury resort. You would have to be a deluded Western politician not to grasp the obvious message.

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  • Tracy

    OMG,you have got to be kidding me? right?

    • Smote

      Welcome to the world: a cold, cruel and unjust place.

  • Keiko_Infidel

    LOL, this isn't rehab for terrorism…this is a reward for terrorism. If it were truly rehab they would confiscate the terrorists' Korans upon entry into the facility.

  • Michael Copeland

    Saudi orthodox Islam is hardline back-to-the-original, as observed by the companions of the Prophet. The only terrorist recognized is someone who attacks muslims, the “best of peoples ever raised up for mankind” (Koran 3:110). Self-defence against this is entirely justified. Furthermore, killing unbelievers, kuffar, is no crime. They are not innocent because they have chosen not to recognize Mohammed (Anjem Choudary, BBC Jan 2010). They are subject to “the curse of Allah” (2:161), who is “enemy to the unbelievers” (2:98). The Koran commands their killing in verse after verse, “Kill the unbelievers wherever you find them” (9:5). One who does this is a mujahid, a soldier of Allah, performing his Islamic duty.

    As can be seen, there is not a great deal to be repentant about, or for which to need rehabilitation. What have killers of infidels done wrong? This view is not far-fetched. In Arizona a Saudi citizen is in jail for keeping and raping a slave, as openly authorized by Sharia law. At his trial he protested that he was being tried at all:

    “Your honor, I am not here to apologize, for I cannot apologize for things I did not do and for crimes I did not commit. The state has criminalized these basic Muslim behaviors…” (www.shoebat.com 17 Apr 2013)

    Man-made law is not recognized by Salafis: it is “anathema” to them. The kuffar West has things badly wrong to criminalise what is authorized by the Sharia.

    The cultural gulf is huge. We should not delude ourselves.

  • Smote

    I wonder how much money Sheik Obama has given to the Saudi criminals of hell to placate those yobbos.

    Those twilight homes are reward for cruelty. Maybe that's what Islam is: reward for cruelty. Now aided and abetted by criminal Obama.

    Yet I still doubt there is a word in Arabic for 'fluffy'.

    The world is a hard place to land on.

  • DVult

    Maybe we should ask how much money the Saudi's contributed through whatever channels to Obama's grooming ("education") and election? Also, what do they have on him that he wouldn't want made public?

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