January 25, 2010, - 12:35 pm

Saudi Govt: When Traveling to US, Don’t Torture Kids; Saudis Not Getting Extra Airport Scrutiny

By Debbie Schlussel

Comments coming out of the Saudi government about Saudi students traveling to the U.S. are laughable . . . and scary.

First, the scary part:  the Saudis are saying–unlike American Muslims (who are decrying it as profiling)–that America’s “added” security screening at airports isn’t a big deal, and that it doesn’t affect Saudis.  The Saudi government says the Saudis–particularly Saudi students–coming to America aren’t undergoing any added screening or scrutiny.

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Worthless “Cultural Understanding” – Saudi Arabian Students @ Eastern Michigan University: Obay Alzowawi, Abdullah Alarfaj & Mohammed Algahtani

HUH?  Um, isn’t this the country that sent us 15 out of 19 hijackers, plus Osama Bin Laden, himself?  Isn’t this the same country, whose extremist students have been convicted, in America, of torturing and raping their housekeepers (while selling anti-American, terrorist propaganda), and whose scholarship recipients perpetrated dry runs of terrorist attacks on school buses?  And we’re NOT subjecting these people to added screening before they invade our country and disappear on student visas, never to be found again?!  Hellooooo . . . ?  I guess now that the media and the feds have finally discovered America in Yemen, Saudi Arabia is now nothing to worry about?  Absurd.

Oh, and the Saudis also want the Saudi royals’ loyal subjects to know that, when coming to America, you should avoid any form of violence against kids because, you know, those infidels don’t go for that.

Saudi Gazette – 23 January, 2010

The Deputy Higher Education Minister for Foreign Scholarship Programs at the Ministry of Higher Education has said that the media has been making “too big a deal” over increased security at airports in the United States.

“Saudi students in the US have not undergone any special or personal searches at airports,” said Undersecretary Abdullah Al-Mousa Friday. “The media’s blowing it all up out of proportion.”

Al-Mousa said this at a meeting for students in the Saudi scholarship program, at which Adviser to the King Abdullah Scholarships Program Wael Al-Hadrami was also in attendance.

Muhammad Al-Shammari from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said . . . “We advised those who intend to take their families with them to bear in mind the laws of where they’re going and avoid any form of violence against their children.”

While the lack of adequate airport screening for Saudis traveling here is absolutely the fault of Barack Hussein Obama, you can blame President Bush for all of these extremist Saudis (redundant phrase) coming into our midst–cretins who have to be warned not to torture their kids on American soil (while the ACLU has a heart attack when a Saudi terrorist gets a paper-cut after writing his peaceful poetry at Gitmo). Bush twice made agreements with Saudi then-Crown Prince (and now King) Abdullah to double the number of student visas to the U.S. for students on Saudi Muslim scholarships, quadrupling the number to more than 30,000.

Hey, he had a Presidential library to fund.

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Get a Room: Bush & Saudi King Abdullah

Do you really expect ICE, which doesn’t have that many agents, to track the whereabouts of these 30,000? Good luck with that. Given the numbers, methinks they’d be okay with violence against kids, ‘cuz who’s watching? No-one. And now we’re not even subjecting them to increased security scrutiny at airports before they get here? It’s absolute madness.

Thanks to my longtime family friend–the excellent, tireless Dr. Aaron Lerner of IMRA (Independent Media Review and Analysis)–for the tip.  To know what’s really going on in the Middle East (and America), read IMRA often. It’s stuff you won’t see anywhere else, a lot of it translations done by Dr. Lerner, himself.

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16 Responses

“Philistines upon you, America.”

Shy Guy on January 25, 2010 at 12:45 pm

Why all this pandering and kowtowing to muslims? Is it simply money paid to politicians and/or oil interests?

DS_ROCKS! on January 25, 2010 at 1:09 pm

BARF!!!

Larry on January 25, 2010 at 2:30 pm

It would be a good ad for Motel 6.

Worry01 on January 25, 2010 at 2:49 pm

“And we’re NOT subjecting these people to added screening before they invade our country and disappear on student visas, never to be found again?!”

I don’t see how you reached that conclusion, Ms. Schlussel. The article seems to be in the context of travel inside the U.S., not BEFORE they reach the U.S.

S: This is about Saudis who come to the US on student visas. Once they’re here, many get “lost” and are never located, as they roam the country planning what ever they’re planning. I’m saying the least we could do is screen them more closely before they get here (and perhaps keep some out). The Saudis say there is no heavier scrutiny of them at airport security, etc. DS

Solomon2 on January 25, 2010 at 2:49 pm

It comes with being “owned”. Bush becomes the king’s gay lover and Obama bows to his penis. Both would be willing eunichs to the Saudis.

Sarah on January 25, 2010 at 4:07 pm

I’m reminded of the scene in the ABC Miniseries “The Path to 9/11″ where one immigration agent who sensed a Saudi arrival was a potential danger was pulled aside and urged to let him through. “He’s a Saudi” says the second agent, reminding the first that he might face consequences if he weren’t let in. The first, clear thinking patriot that he was, would take his chances. He wasn’t going to let him into the country. That Saudi is believed by many to have been the 20th hijacker.

Were it not for their oil holdings, we wouldn’t give a crap about them. We train their students, who turn their new-found skills against us. We look the other way as they fund mosques preaching against us “infidels” even here within our borders. And every President, Democrat and Republican, bows and scrapes before them.

Raymond in DC on January 25, 2010 at 4:20 pm

Yet we already have wasted so much precious American blood and treasure with our unjustified and undeclared wars with Iraq and Afghanistan (and with our future war with Iran). Saudi Arabia is untouchable because of the very close relationship the Bush family and their elitist friends have with the Saudi elite – see
http://www.hermes-press.com/BushSaud.htm
But then again a war with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is also unjustified. Instead of a declaration of war, Congress should have issued letters of marque and reprisal a long time ago – read
http://www.house.gov/paul/press/press2001/pr101101.htm

ramjordan on January 25, 2010 at 4:21 pm

Saudi Arabian Muslim Jihad Terrorist Students – who come to America, are not bothered by Airport Security, because Airport Security is to busy strip-searching grandma and the kids.

After all, with a Muslim illegally occupying 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue who bows to the Financier of the 911 Attack on America king Abdullah, and even kisses his ring, what does America expect?

No Trojan Horse is needed for Muslim Jihad Terrorists to come into America. Mr ObuMer has opened wide the door to them and said, “Come on in.”

That picture of George W. Bush holding hands with the guy wearing the diaper over his head really creeps me out. So much for George’s Texas tuff guy image. He is so NOT – Walker Texas Ranger.

Israel 4 Zion on January 25, 2010 at 5:04 pm

Well, maybe the Saudis can go on a roll and condemn honor killings in the U.S. next It is certainly a fact that Americans frown on honor killings. I guess it’s one of our quaint backward eccentricities that we don’t like these things.

And the universities have their share of the blame. They lobby like crazy for increased entry of foreign students from everywhere imaginable, especially the Muslim countries and exercise no security procedures over trackability. Money talks.

Little Al on January 25, 2010 at 6:04 pm

Aren’t the sandmonkeys cute? Aaahhhh (smiley face)

#1 Vato on January 25, 2010 at 6:06 pm

Americans don’t realize that their beloved ‘war president’ sold them out to his wahhabbi family & friends. So much so that to cover up his wahhabbi mass-murderering family & friends, Bush cooked up a story and attacked Iraq. The same ‘war president’ rammed the ‘guest worker amigos’ down America’s throat while prosecuting border patrol agents.
That they elected a spoilt, incompetentent brat as their preisent was bad enough. Americans also let him get away with murder of fellow Americans.
Guess money and petro-dollars go a loooooong way…….

Alert on January 25, 2010 at 11:33 pm

To those commenting about Bush’s ties to oil money – I fully agree.

Now, why don’t you same folks look up the details of how oil money is being funneled into former presidents’ coffers, from Clinton to Carter – just the same, along with numerous former high ranking Mideast ambassadors and diplomatic corps members.

This is a bipartisan failure, America. This has nothing to do with parties or families.

Shy Guy on January 26, 2010 at 12:20 am

“Don’t torture kids”

Ahhh, those civilzed Sado Arabians

Peace/Love, from the most morally depraved spiritual cesspool of the earth

yonason on January 26, 2010 at 5:59 am

If they are headed to Dearborn, let’s hope that there are clashes b/w those Sunnite Saudis vs those Shi’ite Hizbullahis. The only proper antidote for each of them is… each other.

Maybe the Saudis could do all their kid torturing in advance, come here, take a break from all that, and just when the kids recover, go on a haj, and then again…

Infidel Pride on January 26, 2010 at 10:41 am

Debbie, First of all I love the name of the paper…. The Saudi “Gazette”. Second, these people have been getting “lost” in America for years. At some point in time the word come out to begin the jihad (not that it hasn’t already happened) earnestly. That’s when the US will have to make some difficult decisions. (Difficult for the leaders –pretty easy decision if they were to ask me). At that point we will have to decide if we want to live like the 7th century animals they are or if we want to continue to have civility in our country. Cheers

Apophis on January 26, 2010 at 9:25 pm

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