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Tuesday, October 25, 2005

525 Prisoners To Be Released From Abu Ghraib

As I stated the last time there was a mass exodus from the detention camps: Is the US military releasing terrorist into the streets, or were these prisoners wrongfully accused? Either way, crimes against humanity are being committed. And what is the release criteria for that matter? The whole scenario reeks with bribery or appeasement of some sort, which I'm sure has nothing at all to do with the recently passed constitutional referendum...
It will be a double celebration to mark the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan on 4 November for some 525 detainees at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, who will be released on that day, according to the Iraqi human rights minister, Narmin Uthman. An equal number of prisoners were released on the occasion of the referendum for the Iraqi constitution on 15 October. The Iraqi minister said that all the people who will be released were found innocent of the charges they were facing while in prison.
As an aside, just think of how many of the recently released prisoners, who were in fact innocent, are now sympathetic to the terrorists' cause after being subjected to the routine abuse that Abu Ghraib offers.

They hate us for our freedom. Yes, that's it.

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