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The Biden administration is set to release three terrorists from the U.S.’s Guantanamo Bay detention facility. Saifullah Paracha, a former al-Qaeda bagman and terror-plotter who met with Osama bin Laden in the fall of 2000, is one of the three to be released. Paracha also offered up his textile company for al-Qaeda’s use. He suggested that al-Qaeda might use his company’s containers to bring chemical agents like sarin gas — and other weapons of mass destruction — into the United States. Uthman Abdul al-Rahim, from Yemen, is another GITMO detainee to be set free. He was a guard for Osama bin Laden and was part of the “55th Arab Brigade” at Tora Bora. Al-Rahim’s brother is a member of al-Qaeda, and some of his buddies were responsible for the bombing of the USS Cole in October of 2000. Abdul Rabbani is also scheduled to be granted freedom. Rabbani is a longtime friend of Khalid Sheik Mohamed, a fellow GITMO inmate and the principal architect of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 innocent souls and injured more than 6,000 others. He is thought to have helped KSM plan the infamous attack — and probably one or more previous al-Qaeda acts.

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