Britain will not take Gitmo terrorist prisoners despite begging by Barack Obama

European Union foreign ministers, meeting in Brussels, gave a warm welcome to the new US President’s decision to close the camp within a year. But most were lukewarm about the idea of taking in non-Europeans that the US does not intend to put on trial and who cannot be sent home for fear they might be mistreated.

The issue has become an early test of Europe’s relationship with President Obama.

European countries are particularly concerned that the US is not yet able to prove that prisoners do not pose security risks.Read More

Obama is finding out that the Europeans are not so fast to go along with his plans to close Gitmo…or at least they do not want the terrorist on their soil. Now what Barack?

4 thoughts on “Britain will not take Gitmo terrorist prisoners despite begging by Barack Obama

  1. What did he expect? To pawn them off on another country? Wow! That was a well thought out plan. This man is leading our country.

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