Al-Qaida leader released from Mauritanian jail

Islamic Republic of Mauritania. The place that still has open African slave markets.

Seattle Times:

Abu Hafs al-Mauritani, who was a senior adviser to al-Qaida, was released from a prison in Mauritania over the weekend, his family confirmed.

The Associated Press

NOUAKCHOTT, Mauritania —

Abu Hafs al-Mauritani, who was a senior adviser to al-Qaida, was released from a prison in Mauritania over the weekend, his family confirmed.

Sidi Ould Walid said his brother was released after renouncing his ties to the terror network and condemning the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. Hafs refused to be interviewed or to be filmed as he left the prison on Saturday.

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6 Replies to “Al-Qaida leader released from Mauritanian jail”

  1. “The place that still has open African slave markets”

    We should actively push for reparations by Berbers and Arabs. If Leftists push Whites for reparations, Whites have no other option than to force Berbers and Arabs to pay reparations, or Black people have little choice than to side with the Left. Or should we enslave Berbers and Arabs as retaliation.

  2. @Columnist; have you seen these slaves? Maybe you would change your mind if you did!! Time to check them out: women raped, all beaten, none of them paid, EVER. Check out Simon Deng’s story.

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