Citizen of Bosnia
The secular Muslim Bosnians, as everyone knows (except inveterate “Islamophobes”), are moderates who are deeply committed to moderation and represent the hope for rapprochement between the West and the Islamic world, for after all, they have nothing, nothing, nothing whatsoever to do with jihad violence or Islamic supremacism — except, of course, when they granted citizenship to a Kuwaiti who worked for a Muslim Brotherhood front and ended up planning the 9/11 attacks. And then they kept his citizenship a state secret. “Bosnia: Senior Al-Qaeda figure granted citizenship, says report,” from AKI, January 20 (thanks to all who sent this in):
Sarajevo, 20 Jan. (AKI) – Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the senior Al-Qaeda official credited with masterminding the 9/11 terror attacks in the United States, was granted Bosnian citizenship before the attacks, a local newspaper reported on Tuesday.
Born in Kuwait to a family originally from the Baluchi region of Pakistan, Mohammed reportedly went to Bosnia in September 1995, disguised as a humanitarian worker for an organisation called Egyptian Relief.
He obtained Bosnian citizenship in November the same year, Bosnian daily Fokus said, quoting local intelligence sources.
The newspaper said Egyptian Relief was just a cover for the Cairo-based Islamist movement, the Muslim Brotherhood.
Fokus said war-time authorities knew about Mohammed’s presence in Bosnia and his citizenship was kept a state secret.
Thousands of mujahadeen from Islamic countries came to Bosnia in the early 1990s to fight with local Muslims and many remained in the country after the war, acquiring Bosnian citizenship….