A DEA raid in Virginia 'accidentally' finds an Al Qaeda-type chemical bomb, presumably the work of Jind Allah and his Omega cell. Give her training and Middle Eastern experience, including speaking fluent Arabic, Hotch convinces Jason to take newcomer Emily Prentiss along for the interrogation in Gitmo (Guantanamo base, on Cuba). Gideon uses no further torture but Muslim-friendly reasoning, even invoking the Quran. Info makes a SWAT team find anthrax but lose a man at a second site; they learn his true identity is Egyptian: imam Jamal Abaza, who turned Jihad after his son Amir's death and set up a US MIS cell recruiting home-grown 'second choice' terrorists, who plan a bombing soon; Gideon tricks him...
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GitMo twist (GuanTanaMO bay Naval Base)- Even though the most northern part of Cuba is only about 90 miles from Florida, the U.S. is not allowed to fly over it, which requires them to around the eastern edge of the Cuban shoreline until getting to the south-southeastern part of the Island, where Gitmo is situated, in which they turn sharply to make the landing. GitMo's runway's is perpendicular to Cuban airspace, so approaching aircraft requires having to negotiate a last-minute, ninety degree right turn. See more
The terrorists time their ultimate attack when the crescent moon rises, shortly after sunset. However, the crescent moon after a new moon lags behind the sun. It would already have risen, shortly after sunrise. It's setting would similarly be after sunset. See more
Why? Why is it always those who profess to be the most fervent believers in this war, they always manipulate other people to die for them?
Does your president go into battle? Or does he send your children?
Tonight, all those innocent people...
There is no such thing Gideon. They were infidels. And they were engaged in activities that spread American policies over the entire world. Your incessant need to own things, material things. Your capitalism rests on the back of third world countries. No ...
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