THE ARAB HOUSE IN BACALAR & HANGING OUT IN HIS FAVORITE CLOTHING
JACK IDEMA SUPPORTS TALIBAN/AL QAEDA
Further proof of Idema's connection with the enemy. As we've said previously, he not only lives in an Arab house in Bacalar, Mexico. He wears Arab garb & sold tapes to Al Jazeera featuring himself water boarding & torturing Afghans for profit. Here's proof he also is very good friends with these terrorists. You don't have to be an active member to sympathize with the cause. Jack and Mullah Mujahed were at Pulacharke prison together. Mullah Mujahed, who has 200,000 or more Taliban terrorists under him is a terrorist, but Jack considers him a good friend. Put all this together with the facts and you have a traitor plain and simple. Photos do not lie. Idema sold his country out long ago & is continuously trying to cash in on his lies telling more stories for a quick buck to whoever is stupid enough to listen. What a creep.
Below is the IED (Improvised Explosive Devises) Threat that was issued on 8/16/06 in Afghanistan regarding the Taliban suicide bombers, Jack's friends and associates.
"The MEYMANEH group is led by Haji HAFIZ from KANDAHAR or QUETTA. HAFIZ is of light build and has a black beard with tones of white. He has cut his beard short in order to avoid resemblance with a typical Taliban member. His two deputies are FNU HABIBULLAH and Mullah MUJAHED, both from CHARBOLAR (GNK) in MASAR e SHARIF (42S UF 3164). Mullah MUJAHED is possible ANWAR AL-HAQ, aka MUJAHED. MUJAHED is not a common name, but often seen as a label for veteran mujahedin fighters. ANWAR AL-HAQ is earlier reported to be a TALIBAN commander thought to be conducting insurgent activities in NANGARHAR province, AFGHANISTAN. Mullah MUJAHED might also be ANWARUL HAQ MUJAHED, listed as TALIBAN in charge of NANGARHAR province as of April 2006. He is reportedly close to TALIBAN leader Mullah OMAR. The group will travel to MAZAR E SHARIF before moving on to MEYMANEH. While in MAZAR E SHARIF, the group will stay in the home of Mullah MUJAHID. Commanders could nurture and fuel radicalism without finding substantial proves. The absence of such indications does not omit that there could be people supportive to TALIBAN. In given circumstances they might be supportive or ally themselves with terrorist elements."