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One of the most senior members of al-Qaeda held at Guantánamo took injections “to promote impotence” to avoid being “distracted” by women, according to evidence uncovered by investigators.

Abd al-Rahim Hussein Muhammad Abdah al-Nashiri, a Saudi Arabian, was said to have reported directly to Osama bin Laden. His interrogators reported: “Detainee is so dedicated to jihad that he reportedly received injections to promote impotence and recommended the injections to others.”

He received the injections “so more time could be spent on jihad – rather than being distracted by women”.


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You have to respect that Muslim swagger. They absolutely do not put the pussy on a pedestal.
Reply126 months
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They absolutely do not put the pussy on a pedestal.


:lol:
126 months
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Abd al-Rahim Hussein Muhammad Abdah al-Nashiri


This was the 2nd choice to be my name.
Reply126 months
he goes by Nash...
126 months
Weird question: where does he receive these injections?

I'm not sure how Viagra works...
Reply126 months
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He received the injections “so more time could be spent on jihad – rather than being distracted by women”.


WTF
Reply126 months
I completely agree with Bill Maher that if they got laid more, there would be less violence in this world
Reply126 months
Some people's priorities are so screwed up :crazy:
Reply126 months
There are men around the world that suffer impotence and this man is self inducing it :banghead:
126 months
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