According to newly-released documents from the Department of Defense, the United States is releasing Mohammad Mani Ahmad al-Qahtani from Guantanamo Bay. Al-Qahtani, repatriated to Saudi Arabia this week, is known as the “20th Hijacker” of 9/11 for the role he played in the terror attacks.
He had been held in Guantanamo since 2022 as a result of his part in the worst terrorist event in U.S. history. Al-Qahtani was slated to be the fifth hijacker on United flight 93 before travel problems kept him off the plane.
The would-be 9/11 terrorist is reportedly being sent to a mental health facility in Saudi Arabia. His lawyers claim that he has suffered from schizophrenia from a young age, and attempted suicide in GITMO multiple times. But make no mistake, says the Gateway Pundit; al-Qahtani is no victim:
“… al-Qahtani was a devoted member of the Al-Qaeda terrorist organization that orchestrated the 9/11 attacks, and, if he had not been prevented from entering the US by a thorough customs agent, would have taken his seat alongside four other hijackers on United Airlines flight 93 – the plane that was taken down in Pennsylvania after passengers and crew members attempted to regain control from the terrorists.
After being turned away by US customs, al-Qahtani was eventually captured in Afghanistan as he fought for Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda in the battle of Tora Bora in December 2001.”
There are now just 38 prisoners residing in GITMO after the Biden regime has allowed al-Qahtani to return back to the Middle East following serving a short sentence for his role in 9/11.