The ISIS Terrorist the Left Loved

Before Jamal Al-Harith blew himself up near Mosul, he had been a celebrity and a hero of the left. He had received a million pounds for his “suffering” at Gitmo and been impersonated on stage.

He was played by Shaun Parkes at London’s New Ambassadors Theatre and by Andrew Stewart-Jones in the New York production at the Bleecker Street Theatre. The play was Guantanamo: Honor Bound to Defend Freedom. The title was an interesting one considering that the play was defending Taliban and Al Qaeda terrorists who had been fighting for the freedom to murder non-Muslims and oppress women.

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  • simus1

    The left seem morally inverted, perhaps there should be some research done to see if it correlates to high levels of illegal drug abuse by their parents (or even by their grandparents also affecting their parents in turn) before they were born.

    • mobuyus

      The sickness of the left cannot be explained by drug use. If only it were that simple. This is something dark in the soul of the soulless. There is no drug in the world that would make me want to hug a terrorist not even MDA( the love drug).

  • Observer

    I thought they loved all terrorists.

  • canminuteman