May 12, 2011, - 12:13 am

Ayad Al-Mutairi: Missing Muslim Student Visa Violator Cased, Terrorized Hotel in Dry Run

By Debbie Schlussel

Where was missing Saudi student visa violator Ayad Almutairi for the last seven months, and what was he doing? That’s the question everyone–including the mainstream media–should be asking but isn’t. Almutairi, who hadn’t attended class since October, is a Saudi Arabian national and a Muslim whose student visa required him to attend class, something no reports–except this site–bother to note. And yet he was allowed to roam free, including at Madison, Wisconsin’s Edgewater Hotel, right down the street from where I used to live, and also right down the street from Wisconsin’s Capitol building.

What Was Apparent Islamic Terrorist Ayad Almutairi Doing in the 7 Months He Went Missing in Madison?

Reports say that Almutairi–who was arrested after terrorizing Edgewater guests and entering unauthorized meetings and luncheons at the hotel for three days in a row–is being held and questioned by the FBI. But my question is: where the heck was he for six months that he wasn’t in class? And with whom was he meeting? What were they planning? Are Al-Qaeda and other Islamic terrorist groups planning on bombing hotels? We know that the organization has, in the past, considered easy, soft-target operations like that. It would be easy to do, as most hotels are easy to enter, including The Edgewater. Almutairi was supposedly a paying guest who deliberately confronted guests in the lobby in the middle of the night when people would be less alert and the hotel would have minimal staff. He also wore sunglasses for three days. We know that Islamic terrorists act crazy or recruit crazies, so that when they get caught it is all pawned off as “well, he’s just crazy and not a terrorist. He just needs help. It has nothing to do with Islam.”

The thing is that, as I’ve documented on this site many times, Muslim students here on Saudi-sponsored student visas have been involved in several dry runs, attempts at terrorist attacks, and other terrorism-related activities and crimes. And, as I’ve also documented, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), which is supposed to track down student visa violators like Al-Mutairi and deport them, isn’t doing the job anymore. And even when agents were doing this, very few agents were assigned to track down hundreds of thousands of people, and the agents were rewarded for opening and closing files, not actually tracking down the missing illegal aliens. The Muslims know this, and that’s why Al-Mutairi knew he could get away with skipping out on class for six months and probably helping others like him plan something very disastrous.

There is a reason the FBI–the lead agency for terrorism investigations– is taking the lead in investigating Al-Mutairi and not ICE, which would normally take the lead on visa violators. The feds think he’s a terrorist and want to know the same things I do–the same questions I’m asking but none of the mainstream media are asking.

I learned to speak and read Hebrew fluently without ever setting foot in Israel. I learned to speak Russian and French without going to the respective countries in which those languages are spoken. Ditto for Arabic. Al-Mutairi was here to learn English as a Second Language (ESL), but here’s a tip: if he really wanted to learn English, he could have learned it on Saudi soil. The only reason he is here is that President Bush–NOT Obama–quadrupled the number of Saudi student visas each year to over 30,000. If even just 1% of those are terrorists–and it’s likely far, far higher–we are screwed. And that’s not an if. WE. ARE. SCREWED. And we did it to ourselves.

The theory is that the more Muslims are exposed to American soil and culture, the more they will love us. But as I’ve repeatedly noted, that’s bunk. And it has just the opposite effect, in addition to endangering our lives, our borders, our country, and our future. Everyone to Osama Bin Laden’s spiritual guru, the late Sayyid Qutb, to his terrorist operations chief and mastermind, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, went to college or grad school here. Didn’t make a dent and only increased their anti-American sentiment. I don’t need them to like me better, anyway. They need me to hate them less. If you want Muslims to like you, you are a moron . . . and exactly the problem.

So, what has Al-Mutairi been up to in the seven months he disappeared into the Great American Abyss? And with whom was he meeting? What was he planning? Without “enhanced interrogation techniques,” we will likely never know and American lives are at stake.

Oh, and what is the excuse of John The Moron Morton, Obama’s Assistant Secretary for Homeland Security over Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), for ICE’s lack of action in finding this guy the minute he stopped attending classes?

Don’t hold your breath for an answer.

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13 Responses

No, their priorities seem to lie in pushing the Dream Act, which would make this situation even worse in the future.

Worry01 on May 12, 2011 at 12:59 am

The more appropriate term would be nightmare act.

JeffE on May 12, 2011 at 1:21 am

Deb’s last 3 paragraphs say it perfectly.

Not Ovenready on May 12, 2011 at 1:35 am

Yup… cuz we need Saudi oil, we let them come here.

Both the Bushies and Obamaites favored oil over American lives.

If all Saudi Arabia had was sand, would we be kissing their butts?

Not a chance.

And this guy probably is likely an Islamic terrorist. Whether the Feds have the gonads to kick him out of the country remains to be seen.

NormanF on May 12, 2011 at 3:18 am

This stuff is becoming more and more common. After shopping in the dearbornistan target store, it’s easy to see it’s going to become more common unless we can instill a little fear of consequences in those people. Texas style long prison sentences in nasty prisons. I’ve never seen so many customers and employees wearing muslim head gear and PREGNANT.

samurai on May 12, 2011 at 8:04 am

Of course “Moron” and i.c.e. won’t come out with a statement because they can’t cover their asses on this. They haven’t conducted student visa checks fo years because it’s not a priority like anything else immigration-related. It’s all about the legacy customs bullshit which they can’t seem to do right either.They’re an impotent waste of taxpayers money headed by pole smokers and backstabbers whose mission is to waste time on innocuous, frivolous crap instead of doing the job they swore an oath to. Yep, empire building has its price.

i.c.e. – “incompetence comes easy”

IceNoMore on May 12, 2011 at 9:17 am

    IceNoMo’ you right about ICE not doing anything, except that it all started with Immigration agents not doing anything, if ICE had been formed without having the “Immigration” side of the house included it would now have been a different story. Clowns rule at ICE, they are legends-in-their-own-minds because at one point in their careers someone told them, perhaps a role model, that it was ok not investigate a criminal, just round them illegals up for processing and eventual deportation. That’s why now, when a legacy Immigration Clown attempts to conduct a criminal “investigation”, they only come up with “baggies” and not kilos, U.S Attorneys want “kilos” not “baggies”, keystone kops running into each other on surveillance, and who are they surveilling? some low echelon street punks not even worth the local PD’s time and effort. As a matter of fact local PD’s actually have more success in busting big loads of narcotics, for example, because they are out there sniffing around, getting leads, cultivating informants, conducting criminal investigations. Current ICE clowns can’t even sniff out illegal aliens working at Chipotles, let alone Middle-East terrorists. They have been groomed by the Clown ICE Managers to kiss butts (the right ones), gossip at lunch with the boss about other agents, and always be vigilant of what the other agents are or aren’t doing. Of course when asked the Clowns always say what a great job they are doing, stats for this, stats for that, but the bottom line it is all Immigration b**ls**t, or they try to tag along with another agency’s success.

    BroMan on May 12, 2011 at 1:47 pm


      Explain to me why the majority of the management from HQ down to the SAC, DSAC, ASAC, and RAC positions have all been legacy customs and still are? Anyone who was legacy immigration was summarily weeded out, forced to retire, or kicked to the curb. A lot of our cases involved narcotics, smuggling, weapons, et al in which illegals were the perps; we did fine without customs. Oh yeah, we weren’t dealing with baggies either. We busted them and prosecuted them in District Court fast…none of this milk it for 2 years and write your BS ROI every day to make it look like you did something. Every other local, state, and federal agency we worked with respected us and appreciated our work. I’ve spoken to many of them recently and they say the “new and improved ’cause we’re from customs” losers are pathetic, to put it mildly.

      Sure, immigration is nothing anymore…it’s all about child porn, fake gucci purses, and knockoff NASCAR T-shirts. I guess customs is the lead agency for that seeing how some of your legacy heroes are the ones getting popped for child porn on their government computers, wagging their little smokies at teenage girls in shopping malls, and defrauding the government using falsified travel vouchers, to mention a few. The reason ice continues to fail is because the “new” agents are products of the dysfunctional training they get, compliments of the dismal dweebs formally of your camp.

      Time to get your head out of the customs koolaid trough and come up for air.

      IceNoMore on May 13, 2011 at 7:04 am


        “KILOS not Baggies”

        The answer to your first question is easy: Customs agents were better qualified when compared to Immigration Clerks, er, agents. Immigration never had the authority to enforce those laws you mentioned (Narcotics, weapons, etc.) Customs did. I’m not saying you all didn’t nab a “wet” (in your parlance)with a baggie or a .22 caliber when detained for immigration purposes, but that doesn’t qualify as a major criminal investigation, and you weren’t even doing that well enough. Under Immigration’s watch, prior to the merger, illegal immigration actually increased by about 300% to an estimated 15-20 million. I’ve worked a lot of different types of criminal investigations, both as case agent and assisting on the case, in various SAC offices, with numerous federal and local police agencies, all over the U.S., and not once did I see an Immigration “agent’ on the case, at least not until a detainer was needed, but it stopped there. And you mention how fast you “prosecuted” a case in District Court, well, that shows that it really wasn’t that much of a case to begin with, and it shows you’ve never come across a competent defense attorney, not just a Public Defender, that scrutinizes every little detail, and didn’t prep for trial with an AUSA. Immigration court doesn’t cut it either, no matter how many times you’ve been there. I think it shows how “little” you are when you air out the dirty laundry, but I won’t go into a tit-for-tat with you. I will simply say that immigration “agents”, for the most part, are clowns, trained to work at the GS-5 level, and now in way over their heads.

        Have a nice day 🙂

        BroMan on May 13, 2011 at 2:15 pm

DS, you don’t mess around. We need millions more like you.

That you know 5 languages is inspiring. I am not very good at learning languages, but I am NOT gonna give up. I think after my Deutsch studies, I will learn Arabic.

All serious Americans should.

Skunky on May 12, 2011 at 10:10 am

Increasing Islamic access to the United States is suicidal. We may “not be at war with Islam”, but Islam is at war with us.

Quran 9:5 “Fight and kill the disbelievers wherever you find them, take them captive, harass them, lie in wait and ambush them using every stratagem of war.”

9:112 “The Believers fight in Allah’s cause; they slay and are slain, kill and are killed.”

8:39 “So fight them until there is no more Fitnah (disbelief [non-Muslims]) and all submit to the religion of Allah alone (in the whole world).”

Tanstaafl on May 12, 2011 at 11:46 am

    That was very well put – “We may not be at war with Islam, but Islam is at war with us.”

    It’s just a matter of time before Christian extreamist start killing Muslims, and use these passages from the Quran to justify their actions as self-defense – using their own Quran against them, just as the Muslims use our own laws against us.

    I’m surprised hatred-based organizations such as the Klu Klux Klan in the US and the Neo-nazis in Europe haven’t changed their targets (from Afro-Americans and Jewish to Muslims) and use these verses to justify hating Muslims.

    Michael on May 13, 2011 at 1:30 am

Although, I studied English and get my MBA from a USA university , my English writing is still very weak; so please bear this in mind. I read the story about Mr Ayad Almutairi who happened to have an exact name like mine. I am really disappointed about the way you deal with Saudi students or visitors coming to yr country. We go there not only for study because most of us could get the language at home but really for pleasure. We pay money for our stay and other expenses. We are very generous with others. We are not allowed to do any kind of work at yr country so the only thing we do is just wonder in the streets or eat in the restaurants at the hotels and socialize with yr ppl. That is now I learned is a crime . Unfortunately u have a lot of hearted in yr hearts about the Muslims and the Saudis in particular.You must learn that Peace is in mind not in secured buildings or missiles and jets. You are creating your enemy from Inside your community and you will never ever felt secure even if u close yr air and siege yr land..

One thing to learn from a Bedouin is that peace is linked to poverty and both are in the hands of the almighty God . Once people feel hungry in USA or in any other country they will kill and probably eat each other..

AYAD ALMUTAIRI on September 16, 2012 at 4:59 pm

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