May 23, 2006, - 12:39 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
If you want to know why Islamists overseas laugh at us and potential terrorists on our shores find it so easy, just ask Judge Mark Wolfe.
This morning, he released Mana Saleh Almanajam and Shaker Mohsen Alsidran, the two Saudi men we wrote about Sunday, on their own recognizance (meaning a no-money bail). The men boarded a Tampa school bus, laughed and joked, and one wore a long trenchcoat in the Florida heat. When questioned by police, they lied about where they were from, gave a gazillion different stories about why they were on the bus, etc. (Watch the video from Tampa News Channel 8 here.)
The judge released them because authorities–including our friends at Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)–say the men are here legally, taking English lessons at the University of Sami’s Followers a/k/a the University of South Florida. But instead of releasing them, he should have asked the several serious questions that remain about these two men, besides those we’ve already asked. We only wish our friends at the Tampa ICE office would look for the answers.
For instance, our friend, Bill Warner, a South Florida private investigator, points out that one of the men, Al-Manajam, has a new Florida Drivers License #A455-540-82-332-0, but no car registered to him. Why does he need a driver’s license if he does not drive? Well, it might have something to do with the fact that you can do a lot in this country with a driver’s license . . . as 19 men who ended up putting planes into buildings easily discovered.
And HOW did he get a driver’s license? From the State of Florida regarding obtaining a driver’s license:
State law requires identification, proof of date of birth and social security number from all customers before a driver license or identification card can be issued.
Hmmm . . . does Al-Manajam have a fraudulent Social Security number? As an alien whose been here only a few months, it’s hard to believe he would have one legitimately. So, how did he get the license? Did ICE look in to this?
The school district is praising the substitute bus driver for calling the school security, but not making them get off the bus. But if this was a real terrorist attack–and it appears to have been yet another dry run rehearsal for one–the murder of the driver and all the children on the bus would have already happened by the time the bus was “greeted” by authorities.
We know that Islamic terrorists target children on school buses. Just ask the dozens of children in Ma’alot. They can’t answer because they are dead, as a result of terror attacks by Palestinians who targeted them on the way to school.
If Ferris Bueller got on a school bus where he didn’t belong, wearing a trench coat in the hot weather, he’d be under heavy watch. Unless he entered from Saudi Arabia (and lied about it), apparently.
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