It is always a pleasure to report the outcome of past Jihad Watch posts, especially when justice is served. Tonight, Jihad Watch would like to report two such updates.
The first is an October 2004 Jihad Watch post concerning a Rafil Dhafir, a Muslim doctor accused of sending money to Iraq. As it turns out, the good doctor will not be allowed to practice his "humanitarian" arts for quite some time. From the AP:
An Iraqi doctor once tagged as a terrorism suspect and later convicted of conspiring to violate U.S. sanctions was sentenced Thursday to 22 years in prison.
The second update of a December 2004 Jihad Watch post concerns a Mohamed Harkat, an Algerian residing in Canada. Mr. Harkat, a terror suspect who fought extradition back to Algeria on the grounds that he would be tortured appears to be losing a battle that only a Western country would wage to ensure his safety. From the Ottawa Citizen:
Canada is moving closer to deporting terror suspect Mohamed Harkat after federal officials received diplomatic assurances that he won't be tortured in his native Algeria, his lawyer revealed yesterday.
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