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Remember the ''American Tliban''?

by EdH / February 13, 2006 5:22 AM PST

There is apparently a movement afoot to free him. Here's one take:

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What, you say? I thought poor Abdul Hamid (Lindh, Jr.?s ?jihad? name) was fleeing his evil master and seeking help. No. The group of around 460 jihadis that left Kunduz towards Mazar i Sharif were on their way to link up with Mullah Dadullah (now the leader of the Taliban military) in Balkh (just west of Mazar) and then attack the city while the US and Afghan forces were tied up in Kunduz monitoring the surrender. Yes, thousands of fighters did surrender peacefully. But Lindh, again, chose to associate with a rag-tag group of die-hards led by one of bin Laden?s lieutenants; Abdul Aziz, as well as the hardest-core terrorists that comprised Saudi, Uzbek, Iraqi, Russian, Sudanese, Yemeni and Pakistani jihadis.

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To hell with John Walker Lindh and his murderous ilk. They have done nothing to advance the cause of Muslims and they have caused a world of heartbreak in their arrogant pursuit of senseless death. To support Lindh, Sr.?s na

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I guess this is not as important as **** Cheney's
by EdH / February 13, 2006 6:38 AM PST

hunting trip, but I'm gonna bump it anyway in case anyone is interested.

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ed its not makeing the pres look bad
by Mark5019 / February 13, 2006 6:59 AM PST

if it was me and you were the vic wouldnt make the last page of news paper

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I don't know how to feel about this guy, and I'm sure it all
by Ziks511 / February 13, 2006 7:53 AM PST

stems from that first picture of him, filthy and tied up. If he'd been clean and just standing there, I'd probably want him set against a wall and shot. If the information you posted pans out, looks like his a$$ is grass.

Rob

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Guy sounds authentic to me...
by EdH / February 13, 2006 8:11 AM PST

but I have no way of knowing yet.

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