Obama’s Latest Orders Will End In American Deaths… Count On It
President Barack Obama’s Defense Department announced on Thursday that it had released ten Yemeni detainees from the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, sending all of them to the neighboring Middle Eastern Gulf state of Oman.
“The Oman transfer of 10 is the single largest transfer to a single country at one time under the current administration,” stated a Pentagon spokesman, according to Breitbart.
In just the two weeks that have passed since 2016 began, 14 detainees have already been released from the military prison, leaving fewer than 100 terrorists in the facility. Even more were expected to be released before the month of January ended.
As reported by CBS News, the detainees that were released are: Fahed Abdullah Ahmad Ghazi, Samir Naji al-Hasan Muqbil, Adham Mohamed Ali Awad, Mukhtar Yahya Naji al-Warafi, Abu Bakr Ibn Muhammad al-Ahdal, Muhammad Salih Husayn al-Shaykh, Muhammad Said Salim Bin Salman, Said Muhammad Salih Hatim, Umar Said Salim al-Dini, and Fahmi Abdallah Ahmad Ubadi al-Tulaqi.
Some of these men were known to be members of or affiliated with Al Qaeda, and some even had close ties with Osama bin Laden’s inner circle of terrorists.
Sadly, some of the men released this year have openly pledged to rejoin the fight and kill Americans at the earliest opportunity, yet the Obama administration proceeded with releasing them anyway.