May 28, 2010, - 5:27 pm
Should we be deporting men whom we know have direct contact with top Al-Qaeda officials? Should we deport this many people who are “of national security interest”?
Shukran [Thank You], America, For Your Hospitality; allah Will Destroy You
I guess, since we lose so many criminal cases against them, perhaps. But it seems ridiculous. But that’s where we’re at. These people would probably be turned loose into the great American abyss if they were not deported. And they’d probably be granted citizenship. If we were in a country that was truly interested in defeating Islamic terrorism (and we aren’t), we’d beat the crap out of each of these people and get them to talk. Sadly, we are in the United States of the ACLU, Obama, and eight years of Bush blowing a mandate he had to do to actually do something about this stuff.
So, instead, we let these cretins go to freedom, on a private plane no less.
U.S. immigration officials say four men of “national security interest” are among 31 people deported from the U.S. recently. Most were flown to the Middle East.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement says one of the deportees was an Iraqi who had previous contact with a high-level al-Qaida operative in Iraq.
In all, 23 deportees went to Iraq, six to Lebanon and two to the island nation of Cape Verde off Africa’s West Coast. They were flown by charter flight last week.
The agency says among the deportees were those with U.S. and foreign criminal convictions including murder, aggravated assault, burglary, assault weapons possession or drug charges.
What did these people do while they were here? With whom did they meet? What were they planning? Which of their associates are still here? We’ll never know.
Tags: al-Qaeda, Al-Qaida, allah, deportees, ICE, Illegal Aliens, Immigration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Iraq, Islam, Middle East, Muslim, of national security interest