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The strange case of al-Jazeera so called journalist Ahmad Mansour

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 28, 2015 at 10:43

Dr Pipes

I'm sure that you are aware that Ahmad Mansour of al-Jazeera was arrested while flying out of Berlin because of an arrest warrant issued by Egypt where he was found guilty of torturing an Egyptian lawyer and it was all caught on video which is availabe on youtube

He was let go and all we heard from the clueless left is that he is a journalist and he should be set free

The reality is this so called journalist was found guilty of torturing a human being and he is an apologist of a terrorist organization called the Muslim brotherhood and who suffers from Copto-phobia and thanks to Zaid Benjamin who posted an old article by Mansour that was posted on his facebook page where he tells his readers that Jihan el-Sadat was Christian and Hosni Mubarak's wife was a crusader (no I'm not kidding) Sobhanallah!

And here is the article


And the credit here goes to Zaid Benjamin who exposed this big time liar Ahmad Mansour

And this is a real journalist?

Shame on Germany for not sending him back to Egypt


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