January 27, 2011, - 4:31 pm
Neither of today’s news stories on illegal alien Muslims at the border are news to me, since I’ve been complaining about this for years. The first–about an extremist imam (redundant phrase) caught trying to sneak into the U.S.–isn’t the first time that’s happened. Nor, is the second story–about an extremist Islamic book from Iran being found in the desert on the trail into the U.S. As I’ve noted before, WSB-TV covered this when they noted the many Korans, Islamic terrorist flags and logos, and Iranian uniforms, etc. in the desert at the U.S. and Mexican borders. That FOX News was told by Border Patrol that they found, “In Memory of Our Martyrs,” a book celebrating Islamic suicide bombers in the desert ain’t a scoop. We know Islamic terrorists and otherwise extremist Muslims are coming here and are already here. Not a secret. But also not enough to make anyone care to do anything about it.
Imam Said Jaziri Tried to Sneak Into U.S.
What IS news, however, to those not in the know about how these trials are conducted, is that the extremist imam who illegally tried to sneak into the U.S. has already agreed to testify against the traitorous American who drove him here. He didn’t agree to do this “just ‘cuz.” Usually that’s in exchange for some sort of deal–the U.S. government agreeing not to jail this bastard . . . or even giving the imam assurances that he can stay on U.S. shores indefinitely. Sometimes–way too many times–illegal aliens are even given green cards and citizenship for their testimony in these cases. That’s, sadly, how it all works in many of these cases. It all seems like a plot that was designed by the U.S. government in the first place, to help accept yet another extremist, sharia-lover inside the U.S. The government says they’ll deport the guy, but I’ll believe it when I see it.
Authorities are holding a Muslim cleric who was ousted from Canada three years ago and discovered this month hiding in the trunk of a BMW after after he illegally crossed into San Diego County from Mexico.
Said Jaziri, a Tunisian imam, is expected to testify against American citizen Kenneth Robert Lawler, who was driving the vehicle Jan. 11. Lawler is charged with immigrant smuggling.
According to court documents, Jaziri traveled from Tunisia to Spain to Guatemala to El Salvador to Belize and then to Chetumal, Mexico. He rode a bus from there to Tijuana, where he found someone to smuggle him into the U.S.
Jaziri said he paid $5,000 to a smuggling group, namely a white man named Robert who spoke English.
“He told Robert he just wanted to go to a safe place anywhere in the United States,” court records show.
Jaziri will undergo deportation proceedings for illegal entry and unlawful presence in the U.S. after the case against Lawler is closed, said Steven Pitts, a spokesman for the U.S. Border Patrol.
In 2007, Jaziri was deported from Canada to Tunisia for lying on his refugee application about jail time he served in France years earlier. His supporters said Canadian officials targeted him for his Islamic fundamentalism, according to news reports in Canada.
As imam of the Al-Qods mosque in Montreal, Jaziri was well-known for being outspoken on behalf of Sharia, a strict form of Islamic law, including his denunciation of homosexuality. . . .
Jaziri successfully scaled a border wall on Jan. 10 and made an overnight trek through the backcountry, according to court documents. He, the guide and Mexican national Gonzalo Gutierrez-Mercado emerged near Tierra Del Sol Road close to the intersection of Moon Valley Road, where the BMW was waiting. . . .
A group of state firefighters watched the men climb into the BMW and one of them reported the incident to a border Patrol agent. . . .
Lawler, who told authorities that he was homeless and unemployed, said he was instructed to take Jaziri and Gutierrez-Mercado to a parking lot in Mission Viejo for a hand-off. The travelers’ final destination remains unknown, according to court records.
G-d bless the patriotic firefighter, who reported this to Border Patrol. Thankfully, he was taken seriously. How sad that homelessness and unemployment are somehow an excuse to sell out your country in the case of Lawler. It’s exactly the plot of “Frozen River” (read my review). And if you insist on driving a BMW, maybe that’s why you’re homeless.
So, where was Jaziri going in the U.S.? What was his final destination? With whom was he meeting and/or going to stay? What were they planning?
We may never know, and I doubt the feds made that information a part of the plea deal. But with his lengthy planes, trains, and automobiles effort to get here, he was apparently highly motivated . . and you can bet it wasn’t for a good reason.
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