Biden Betrays America, 9/11 Victims by Giving 20th Terrorist to Saudi Arabia

After he lost America’s 20-year-long war on terror in Afghanistan, President Joe Biden has now committed another pro-Islamist betrayal of the United States.

Biden just released to Saudi Arabia the 20th terrorist hijacker from the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

The person released by the Biden administration is 46-year-old Mohammad Ahmad al-Qahtani, who planned to be one of the 20 al-Qaeda terrorists to hijack four US passenger jets on September 11, 2001.

The Failed 20th Suicide Terrorist from 9/11

Al-Qahtani has been imprisoned at the Guantanamo Bay base for the past 20 years, but last month, he was sent to Saudi Arabia, supposedly to have psychiatric treatment, the Daily Mail reported, citing sources from the Biden administration.

Al-Qahtani tried to enter the United States in August 2001, but was refused entry by immigration officers at the airport in Orlando, Florida who had suspicions about the motives behind his travel.

According to the Department of Defense official responsible for war crimes commissions, al-Qahtani was tortured by US operatives after being sent to Guantanamo Bay prison on the island of Cuba.

Subsequently, any charges against the 20th terrorist concerning 9/11 were dropped, but he did remain in Guantanamo until Sleepy Joe now let him go.

Ramzi Kassem, a professor of law at NY City University, who’s been representing the Saudi terrorist for more than ten years, praised his release, arguing al-Qahtani is now going to “receive the psychiatric care” that he’s been needing.

Biden Threatens America’s National Security

Kassem also argued his client would likely have died if he had been kept at the Guantanamo prison any longer.

The report cites US government documents as revealing that al-Qahtani’s “treatment” in the top-security military base prison included solitary confinement, sleep deprivation, beatings, and exposure to temperature and noise extremes.

Kassem said also the wannabe Islamist mass murderer repeatedly tried to kill himself during his imprisonment in Guantanamo.

Nevertheless, the release of al-Qahtani, who is the second prisoner from Guantanamo to be let go by the Biden administration, was quickly seen as a betrayal of US national security, victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and their families.

The report cites Angela Mistrulli, the daughter of an American father who perished in the 9/11 terrorist attack, as being totally frustrated with the release of the 20th terrorist suicide squad member.

She made clear her disappointment with the “lack of due process,” as there has been no “day in court” for the nearly 3,000 people who got killed like her father.

Mistrulli said her impression is the federal government is taking away the ability of the victims’ families to “prosecute and get the truth.”

GOP Senator Marco Rubio of Florida described the release of the terrorist, whose life goal was to kill Americans, as a massive error that poses serious risks for the national security of the United States.