Of all the audacity!
Fawaz Damra admits to having raised money in this country for terrorist activities here and abroad. But the AP and UPI (and, by extension, many newspapers around the country) choose to depict him as a sympathetic character.
An Islamic religious leader convicted of concealing ties to terrorist groups remains jailed in Michigan seven months after he reached a deal with the U.S. government to be deported.
The agreement called for Fawaz Damra's deportation to Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Sudan, Egypt or the Palestinian territories. But so far, no one has been willing to take the former imam of the Islamic Center of Cleveland, officials said.
There is no definitive rule on how long Damra can be held in jail, according to his attorney, Robert Birach.
I've got a suggestion -- how about until his stinking jihadi corpse rots and disintigrates into dust?
But the article gets even worse, if you can imagine that.
Damra is having a difficult time in jail and misses his wife and three children, who still live in the Cleveland area, friend Haider Alawan said.
"He's a man without a country," Alawan said.
Tough shit -- I'm sure that the families who died as a result of operations he supported miss their dead loved ones. And I'm sure those who survived the attacks have had a difficult time, too. The sympathy belongs with them, not with this jihadi pig.
Seems to me that now would be a great time to return him to his native Philistine Authority in Gaza -- where I'm sure he would get the opportunity to participate in the jihad for which he raised cash, at least until the Children of Israel send him on to his infernal reward.