"If the devil leaders of New York think placing me in [prison] will end the war, they are wrong;; this is only the beginning.”
These words were spoken by El Sayyid Nosair following the first attack on the World Trade Center in 1993. Nosair would later be convicted of the crime in United States Federal Court and sentenced to life in prison along with his co-defendants and their spiritual leader, Sheik Omar Abdel- Rahman.
Now the newly elected president of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi
has vowed to have Rahman released from prison.
What can we make of this? Are terrorists rendered inoperative when incarcerated? Do the events in one country's war on terrorism have an impact on other nations? read more...