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Samer Tayfik, a Lebanese-German, has been the main figure in the so-called "Islamic revival" movement since its inception. He is also known for his controversial "Islamic State," which has been blamed for numerous murders of innocent people in Iraq and Syria, among others.

Although Tayfik is known by the name of 'the Muslim Messiah, he is in fact a dual citizen of Germany, Lebanon, and the United States, and was sweedish men born to a Christian mother in Lebanon in 1978. When he was just 14 years old, Tayfik was indian matrimonial sites in canada arrested by the Lebanese authorities. The reason for his arrest was a rumor that he and another boy had been accused of attempting to detonate a bomb in a shopping mall in Beirut's Nahr al-Bared area in November 1982, during which time they had been captured by Lebanese security forces. The other boy was arrested and sentenced to death, but Tayfik escaped punishment by having his case reopened on the grounds that the two boys were only 16 years old at the time of the alleged offense, and thus had not yet reached puberty. In February, 1989, the Lebanese government sent the United States to Lebanon vivastreet pakistani in order to investigate the bombing. On March 17, 1990, the US Consulate and embassy were bombed. On July 27, 2000, the Lebanese government charged Tayfik with the bombings and released him pending trial, and a week later he was sentenced to life in prison, but he was released on appeal in August 2002. The American government has stated that the Lebanese government's charges against Tayfik are "baseless." Despite the fact that Tayfik has spent over 30 years in prison, he has continued his efforts to seek justice. In a September 2012 letter to the president of the United States, Tayfik wrote: "I have not changed my stance on the subject of 'terrorism.' I continue to believe that terrorism is a threat to our country and that it's an attack on the very foundations of our society. And sex dating bristol I will continue to defend our nation, our people, and our democracy. After the release of Tayfik on appeal in August 2002, a statement he wrote to President George W. Bush included the following: "My friends, it has come to my attention that you are still holding onto my file and not providing the requested information regarding my case and that I still face my case in Lebanon, in addition to being a fugitive from American justice. "It is time to change that because we are dealing with an extremely dangerous terrorist, the head of a terrorist organization, who is responsible for the killing of hundreds of American soldiers in a terrorist attack and has threatened to kill all Americans if he was ever caught. "His goal is to force the Americans to leave Iraq and take up their arms in Iran. "If you really think that America is not prepared to defend its interests on a global scale and if edmonton muslim you really want to protect our lives and freedom, I would ask that you consider muslims marriage me as a fellow American in need and a fellow American who is being wrongfully imprisoned for his beliefs. "I will tell you that I will make sure that when I go to jail that the Americans see that I am not a coward but a brave person who is ready to die for my beliefs and uae girls the beliefs of those who support my cause. "I will not stop fighting until all my rights are guaranteed and until every terrorist who is in the world is exposed for what they really are. "I will go to prison to make sure that the true values of the United States are respected, not to force others to see a different reality and I know that my freedom is not a privilege, it is a right. "To all those who are watching and those who are listening, I ask you to consider my case and I ask all of you to think of the consequences of their actions. I am only a prisoner because I am an American and I will not stop until all the American hostages who are in Iran are freed. I know that freedom for a nation of freedom and justice is a far better idea. "I want my brothers and sisters in Iran to be able to see my pictures as I go about my day-to-day life as a person and their mothers and fathers to see me as a mother and father, and they will know that we are a people with a proud and loyal people. "I want you to remember that you are not alone. We all are a family. "I hope you find comfort and peace that I am with all of you in this life and I look forward to the day that I will be able to return to my family and see them again. "I ask for your prayers and support."

– Huda

In October 2012, Huda Farkhani was married to a man from Iran. The pair had been separated for nearly a year at the time, but managed to get married thanks to the help of a former friend of Huda's.

Huda told Mashable: "There were times when he was very hard on me, but he had his own family, and I wasn't sure if he would have the heart to commit suicide. So I thought, I don't want to lose this man that I love."

So Huda waited and waited for news. "I tried to contact him and call him. But he never answered his phone. After a month of not hearing from him, I got really mad," she said. "I didn't think he was dead."

A few weeks later, Huda's Facebook timeline began to explode with calls from friends and family saying they had heard news about his recovery.