GORDON Brown shook hands with a notorious Al-Qaida extremists on a visit to Saudi Arabia in 2008 when he tried to get Saudi money to prop up the Britain and the IMF at the height of the financial crisis.
During the trip to Saudi Arabia he also met Extremists and SHOOK HANDS with one.
The terrorists who had each spent six years at the notorious Guantanamo Bay detention camp were among those who chatted with the Prime Minister during his visit to the “half-way house” de-radicalisation programme.
Juma al-Dossary and Ganim al-Harbi were alleged of acting as ‘footmen’ for the Al-Qaida terror group by organising the supply of mobile phones and delivering trucks and cars.
Al-Dossary was arrested in Afghanistan in January 2002 when the Taliban was in retreat from U.S. forces. He claims he was there to photograph mosques for an imam.
The Mail reported at the time that the Prime Minister wished the men “good luck” as they told how they were being integrated back into society after serving long prison terms for terrorist offences.
The correction centre, near the capital of Riyadh, is run by Muslim clerics and state social workers, who take in terrorist detainees on their release from prison.
SAUDI DIRTY CASH DEAL SENSATION
BROWN PAPER ENVELOPE
EARLIER today Politicalite exclusively reported that the former Labour boss and PM allegedly let Muslim rape gangs roam free in Britain in an alleged money deal with the Saudis.
A City of London finance source exclusively claimed to Politicalite that during Gordon Brown’s short tenure as Prime Minister he borrowed money from the Saudi’s – but the deal had BIG strings attached.
He urged the dollar-rich Gulf states to prop up ailing national economies through a massive injection of capital into the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and also asked for cash for Britain.
In return, he allegedly had to let Muslims “do anything they like.”