Saturday, February 26, 2011

Another victory for open borders

The only terrorist who served prison time for the 1985 attack on Rome's airport that killed 16 people has been released after serving his term and is living and working legally in Rome, a newspaper reported Tuesday.

Il Messaggero daily interviewed Mahmoud Ibrahim Khaled over the weekend amid new turmoil in Libya, which the United States has long blamed for sponsoring the airport attack.

Khaled, a 44-year-old Syrian, told the newspaper that the killings haunt him, that he realizes how wrong terrorism is and how wrong he was, and that he hopes Allah has forgiven him.

An Italian court in 1988 convicted Khaled, fugitive Palestinian guerrilla leader Abu Nidal and another Palestinian for the attack. Khaled, who was 18 at the time of the attack and the only one in custody, was sentenced to 30 years in prison but was released early for good behavior in June, Messagero said.

First, join an Islamic terrorist group.

Next, attack an airport and kill 16 people.

Then, serve 25 years and get an early release for "good behavior".

Finally, get legal residency and a job in the nation you attacked.

These terrorist groups must think the West is ruled by weak willed idiots.

Of course, they're correct.

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