The Blind Sheik: Truth be told, he’s the source of the violence against America, not a crappy, half-baked movie
Dwight Schultz, one of Hollywood’s few outspoken conservatives, reveals the true catalyst behind the current tidal wave of Islamic unrest — a campaign by Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi trying to force the United States to release mass murderer Omar Abdel Rahman. Often referred to as “The Blind Sheik,” Rahman served as the emir, or leader, of Gama ‘at al-Islam, the radical Egyptian organization that assassinated President Anwar Sadat and staged a brutal 1997 massacre at Luxor, Egypt, that left 62 tourists and police officers dead. Rahman is serving a life sentence in US custody for his role in forming a terrorist cell in New York City that perpetrated the first bombing of the World Trade Center on Feb. 26, 1993, and murdered Jewish Defense League founder Meir Kahane.
Hani Nour Eldin
Why would President Morsi think the United States might grant clemency to a convicted assassin and terrorist? Because President Obama recently issued a visa to Hani Nour Eldin, a member of The Blind Sheik’s fanatical Islamic Group, waiving federal laws forbidding his travel to the United States, so Eldin could come to Washington, DC, to petition for Rahman’s release.
Thus, Obama is now reaping what he sowed, unleashing a demon genie from a bottle because of a failed diplomatic overture involving an attempt to appease murderers and thugs. Take it from Dwight Schultz, who portrayed Capt. “Howling Mad” Murdock on The A-Team and later Reginald Barclay on Star Trek: The Next Generation. H/T Front Page Magazine
UPDATE: Glenn Beck is reporting negotiations between the US State Department and the Egyptian government to transfer custody of The Blind Sheik to Egypt on humanitarian and health grounds. One source says the move is part of an Obama apology for the Mohammed movie.