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The Blind Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman Influences Egyptian Election From a Federal Prison Cell

The Blind Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman Influences Egyptian Election From a Federal Prison Cell

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Peter Lance breaks the story, first discovered by former FBI undercover asset Emad Salem, that convicted terrorist blind Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman was able to make two phone calls from federal prison the, first of which influenced the recent Egyptian elections and led to the election of President Mohammed Morsi. Right after assuming the presidency Morsi called for the release of the blind Sheikh who is the spiritual head of al Qaeda and accused head of The Islamic Group. The story can be accessed at: http://peterlance.com/wordpress/?p=1108
Peter Lance breaks the story, first discovered by former FBI undercover asset Emad Salem, that convicted terrorist blind Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman was able to make two phone calls from federal prison the, first of which influenced the recent Egyptian elections and led to the election of President Mohammed Morsi. Right after assuming the presidency Morsi called for the release of the blind Sheikh who is the spiritual head of al Qaeda and accused head of The Islamic Group. The story can be accessed at: http://peterlance.com/wordpress/?p=1108

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The blind Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman InfluencesEgyptian election from a Federal Prison cell
 
Five-time Emmy winning ex-ABC News correspondent Peter Lance has uncovered newevidence on the impact that convicted terrorist blind SheikhOmar Abdel Rahmanhad onthe recent Egyptian election. Emad Salem, the ex-Egyptian Army officer who went undercover for the FBI in 1993and convictedSheikh Omar Abdel Rahmanand nine others in the “Day of Terror” plot toblow up the bridges and tunnels into Manhattan, learned on June 6th that Sheikh Omar,74 who was sentenced to life in 1995 and whose communiqués to the outside world aresupposed to be restricted, somehow, was able to issue a fatwa endorsing the presidencyof Mohammed Morsi the Muslim Brotherhood candidate for Egyptian President.The day after the election, Salem discovered that the blind Sheikh, who is supposed to geta single 15 minute “humanitarian” call a month to his family, was able to make a secondcall congratulating Morsi. And within days of his election in a huge rally in Tahir Squarein front of Abdel Rahman’s family, Morsi returned the favor by declaring that he would

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