Need a little more current short quotes? This stuff IS what gets plunked in the office of any US POTUS.<quoted text>This is what you posted, and it says what it says.
You're a loser scumbag pos liar and no better than some of those who get paid to post on topix.
You can't even comprehend Christianity, what makes you think you can handle Islam?
Abu Musab Al-Suri speaks on his Pakistan detention
February 24, 2012
Abu Musab Al-Suri, a leading Jihadist figure who was allegedly accused of involvement in Madrid and London bombings, felt "betrayed" when the Pakistani Intelligence transferred him to United States' custody in return for a $5 million bounty, according to an Islamist prison mate who spent time with the Syrian Jihadist at an ISI Rawalpindi prison in 2005. The Pakistani authorities had claimed he was held for a week following his capture in November 2005 in Quetta.
Mohamad Shaban Mohamad Hasanein, an Egyptian Islamist activist and a former correspondent for the Islamic Observatory Centre, was then transferred to Egypt where he was held without charge in prison till the January 25 Egyptian revolution; after the revolution, he was released and had the chance to tell this story. He met al-Suri, and said the following on his capture in Pakistan:
A London-based Islamist human rights activist, who knew Al-Suri, has told the Arab Digest that the latter has been treated well. We have interviewed him on the potential motives behind Al-Suris release in Syria:
Dr. Yasser Al-Siri, Director of the Islamic Observatory center, has said that the regime might be interested in the Islamification of the revolution, and driving it towards extremism to crush it from the inside. It believes that those released will act as it wishes. If it did not work that way, they will claim it did. Al-Siri told The Arab Digest that there is unconfirmed information that Al-Suri was released in a SWAP that included an American citizen held by Al-Qaeda in Pakistan (Warren Weinstein). His release might also be a signal from the Syrian regime that it halted its cooperation with the Americans, which might prompt the release of all those considered a threat to Washington. Al-Siri said that my information is that Al-Suri was not tortured, he was treated well during his incarceration.
Now we ca also add in the most recent of this stuff-in Boston....
"The story of the Boston bombers, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his 26-year-old brother, Tamerlan, is still unfolding at high speed. Many aspects of the case, including the brothers' motivations, are not yet clear.
But a portrait began to emerge Friday based on ProPublica interviews with counterterrorism officials, the public statements of relatives and associates, and reports in the media.
Counterterrorism officials believe the brothers were Islamic extremists. And the information available so far suggests that they appeared to integrate well into U.S. society, yet slid into a spiral of Islamic radicalization with bloody results. The profile has similarities to the home-grown terrorists behind attacks in Madrid in 2004 and London in 2005, according to counterterrorism official..."
People just don't "make this junk" up, dude.