“The Americans offered to help them out of Iran and even hinted at the possibility of receiving them in the U.S.,” he said in the interview, which was aired late yesterday and posted on the Dubai-based channel’s website. Omar bin Laden said none of his brothers has been accused of terrorism by the U.S. or any other country.
Let’s put it this way: This trial balloon may be shot down in record time. If Obama and our state Department are this thick then there really is no hope for them. If our current “leaders” think their stance on Arizona’s SB 1070 is unpopular, allowing relatives of Osama bin Laden into the country could wind up a disaster beyond their worst nightmare. I don’t believe anything out of the mouth of Omar bin Laden, so let’s see what the reaction is to this.
From Jammiewearingfool. You picked out some good news here. Thanks Jamie It’s always good to know who our new neighbors are going to be. I am sure Eric Holder will be delighted to help the kiddies out.
A son of Osama bin Laden said about 20 members of his family stranded in Iran are seeking sanctuary in a third country and that the U.S. may agree to accept them.
Omar bin Laden, the al-Qaeda leader’s fourth son, said in an interview with Al Arabiya television that Iran is refusing to allow his relatives to go to Saudi Arabia. Shiite Muslim- dominated Iran is a regional rival of Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia. Al-Qaeda, a Sunni group, is hostile to Iran.