POLL: Should Guantanamo Bay Terrorists Be Allowed To Sell Their Artwork At 9/11 Site?

Share this story:

An art exhibit in near Ground Zero site began displaying artwork by 9/11 conspirators and Guantanamo Bay inmates Monday, with the hope of making the American public more sympathetic toward Guantanamo detainees.

The exhibit displays work from four current inmates: Moath Hamza Ahmed al Alwi, who was an al Qaeda member and an Osama Bin Laden bodyguard; Ammar Al-Bluchi, a 9/11 organizer and nephew of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM); Ahmed Rabbani, an al Qaeda member who also worked closely with KSM; and Khaled Qasim, who actively fought U.S. forces in the Middle East as a member of al Qaeda.

The exhibit also features artwork from four former inmates, who stand to receive proceeds if their artwork is sold.

This is BEYOND Disrespectful! Should these terrorists and conspirators be allowed to sell their artwork and profit from their crimes?

Leave a Reply