June 23, 2005, - 4:54 pm

OUTRAGEOUS!: Terrorist Runs Homeland Security Hiring – Abu Moskowitz Update

By Debbie Schlussel
In the heart of Islamic America, why is Detroit Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Special Agent in Charge pushing through the nephew of “former” PFLP terrorist, current Hezbollah and Hamas supporter, and FBI award revokee in the recruitment process to become an ICE agent in his office? And why is Abu Moskowitz pushing through resumes from Muslims chosen for him by radical Islamist Hamad? Sources say Moskowitz got Hamad’s nephew an expedited interview with recruiters in his Detroit ICE office (from which he oversees Michigan and Ohio ICE operations), requested that the recruiters “push him through” to Washington, and personally recommended Hamad’s nephew to be among the new agents hired by Moskowitz. Sources also say that Moskowitz handed recruiters a stack of resumes of Muslim Arabs especially chosen and forwarded to him by Hamad, and requested expedited interviews for those individuals.
Is it appropriate for Moskowitz to be pushing through Hamad’s relatives and hand-picked candidates for agent jobs investigating money-laundering, drug-dealing, and illegal alien smuggling by Muslims, when Hamad opposes these investigations at every step of the way, and refers all defendants in such matters to his friend and ADC official, lawyer Nabih Ayad? (Moskowitz appears in a photo with Ayad, Hamad, and other assorted jihadists in Hamad’s latest newsletter.) Should a “former” terrorist who still openly supports Islamic terror, was in an illegal sham marriage, , and whom the government fought to deport for decades, now become the unofficial Muslim recruiter for Detroit ICE? I report. You decide.
If you are disturbed by this development, contact Brian Moskowitz, or better yet, contact his boss, ICE Director of Investigations Marcy Forman.

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2 Responses

It goes almost without saying that the feds are too bureaucratic, ignorant and anti-semitic to deal with terrorim effectively. What I’d really like to know is: How are you still single?

shleppy on June 23, 2005 at 7:06 pm

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