February 25, 2015, - 5:39 pm

EXCLUSIVE: The Many Documented Muslim ISIS “Refugees” In Our Midst; GOP Grandstanders Still Doing Nothing

By Debbie Schlussel

At least three Muslim “refugees” to the U.S. from the Middle East, whom I’ve identified on this site, have helped Al-Qaeda. Now, I’m going to tell you a few others, who joined the ranks of ISIS, or tried to. That includes a “refugee” in Michigan, and the three Uzbek and Kazakh Muslim refugees from New York who tried to join ISIS and were indicted just today. While Republican Congressman Mike McCaul was all over FOX News and ABC News, last week, primping for the cameras, this all happened on his watch, as I’ve detailed on this site over the years. Now, it is too late to unring the bell. Yes, Barack Obama is a big part of the problem, with his insistence upon amnesty, but many of these immigrants came here under Bush, and they are still coming now under Obama . . . with the willingness and lack of any action by Republicans, including Mike McCaul.



Mike McCaul Ain’t Done Much to Fix The Muslim Refugee Problem in Our Midst

I’ve decried this problem for years on this site and in other media appearances. As I’ve noted, Homeland Security spends less than six minutes “vetting” each person seeking a green card or U.S. citizenship. And even if they spent more time, there is no way to verify who these people are. If some Iraqi or Syrian refugee named “Mohammed,” tells you he is “Milad” (a Christian name that means, “the birth [of Jesus]”), how are you gonna know differently? Are we gonna ask ISIS for the residency rolls in Mosul? No way to vet any of these people. And even if he says his name is Mohammed, we let him in anyway, or the ACLU is at our heels. We deport more “Milads” than “Mohammeds” for being illegal aliens, anyway.

Republican Congressman McCaul has been in the U.S. Congress since 2005, a full decade. He has been on the House Homeland Security Committee for most of those ten years and has chaired the committee for two years. Yet, he did nothing in any of those years when it came to waves and waves and waves of Islamic immigration. Suddenly, last week, he finally noticed and held hearings on the problem, at least a decade too late. But, hey, the grandstanding for the cameras got him a lot of media attention, while he will still do the same nothing to “fix” the problem that’s too late to fix and took place on his watch. Last week, yet another Muslim “refugee” to the U.S. from the Middle East tried to join ISIS. But while Congress (and McCaul) “worry” about this “potential” problem, I’ve cited several Muslim refugees who’ve already joined the cause and got to live on U.S. soil. Now, there’s another who tried to join ISIS.

Last week, the FBI arrested Al-Hamzah Mohammad Jawad of Lansing, Michigan, at Detroit Metro Airport, where he was about to board a flight to Jordan to join ISIS in Iraq. Jawad, an Iraqi “refugee” came here in 2013, and now has a green card. Of course, we don’t even know if that is his name because it was never verified. Again, there’s no way to do so. We take these people at their word, and their word is often not to be trusted. Jawad, at first, lied to FBI agents, telling them he was going to visit relatives, and then admitted he was going to join ISIS’ jihad. I have no problem with him going, and they should have let him leave and probably die in Iraq. As I always say, let Muslims kill each other, and let allah sort it out.

The problem is if he would come back. He’s got the green card golden ticket and would lawyer up with ACLU advocates in his corner. And there are plenty of Jawads who aren’t headed to Iraq or Syria via Jordan. They’re happy to do the work of the jihad right here. In other capacities. This problem isn’t new. It’s old. It’s at least as old as the war in Iraq, and actually older.

I’ve written about many of these people on this site, and Mike McCaul, who never ever did anything about this problem for the decade he was in Congress, had to know about them:

* Mr. X a/k/a Noureddine Malki a/k/a Almaliki Nour a/k/a Abu Hakim a/k/a Abdulhakeem Nour: We don’t know for sure when he got here, but this Iraqi Muslim “refugee” immigrant came here either right before or right after 9/11. In 2003, the Brooklyn resident and green card holder was hired by the 82nd Airborne to serve as a translator and interpreter in its intelligence unit in Iraq. And he served . . . as a spy for Al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI), which is now ISIS. He told AQI about every American troop movement he knew about, every plan, every move. And it cost a lot of American lives and limbs. Oh, and by the way, we don’t know–and never will–his real name. Thus, the many aliases. As I pointed out back in 2007, when the story came out, and when Mike McCaul was in Congress, and as I’ve repeated in this post, there is NO way to verify who these people are or vet them. NONE.

* Waad Ramadan Alwan and Mohanad Shareef Hammadi: These Muslim “refugees” from Iraq were also members of Al-Qaeda in Iraq (again, that’s now ISIS), and they murdered American troops. They got green cards and citizenship and moved to Bowling Green, Kentucky, living in public housing and getting the full welcome mat treatment of entitlements galore, courtesy of Uncle Sam. We’d never have known they were terrorists, but for fingerprints we later found on belatedly discovered cell phones used to detonate the explosives that killed American boys and men in Iraq. Oh, and because, they later plotted from within public housing in Kentucky to commit more terrorist attacks against Americans. As I exclusively reported here, the relatives of the American victims of these two animals contacted me to let me know that the Obama Administration Justice Department didn’t even have the courtesy to let them know that their loved ones’ murderers were here and being tried in federal court. See my story on Gennaro “Jerry” Pellegrini, a great American, who died at their hands.

And now there is Mr. Jawad. And there are the six Bosnian Muslims recently indicted from various states around the country, including Illinois. They were “refugees,” too, who legally immigrated here and were raising money for ISIS and other Islamic terrorist groups to kill Americans and Christians. How much time ya think they were vetted?

And, finally, today, three Uzbeki and Kazakhstani Muslim immigrants tried to join ISIS from their homes in New York. One of them, Abdurasul Hasanovich Juraboev, an immigrant from Uzbekistan, wrote on ISIS’ Uzbek-language site in August:

I am in USA now. … But is it possible to commit ourselves as dedicated martyrs anyway while here? What I’m saying is, to shoot Obama and then get shot ourselves, will it do? That will strike fear in the hearts of infidels.

A few years ago, I had an agent from Homeland Security’s Citizenship and Immigration Services contact me and ask me for help in keeping convicted Islamic terrorist and North African immigrant Karim Koubriti from getting U.S. citizenship. The thing is, there was plenty on Koubriti, and he was convicted by a federal jury of several Islamic terrorist plots on U.S. soil. But jealous bureaucrats in the Bush Administration Justice Department went to court to overturn the conviction and instead indicted the federal prosecutor, Richard Convertino, in a ridiculous witch hunt (he beat the indictment). Now, Koubriti is a U.S. citizen and truck driver. Do you think anyone ever looks inside the truck to see what he’s hauling? Think again.

Sadly, Mike McCaul is only thinking about this for the first time after a post-9/11 decade in Congress.

And after the cameras leave, he won’t think about it again. As I’ve predicted over and over again on this site, ten years from now–maybe even five–America will have as many Muslim immigrants and their same critical mass in the population as most of Europe does.

And you can blame not just Obama, but the phony, do-nothing Mike McCaul grandstanders in the GOP who smiled for FOX News pretending to care about this problem. And then did a big fat goose egg in terms of stopping it.

Again, this problem isn’t new. It’s old, as I’ve been writing about it for years. And about all the refugees we will take in and never vet. And now that Mike McCaul is finally concerned about it, how will he put the genie back in the bottle of the several hundred thousand Muslim refugees we’ve uncorked onto U.S. soil?

Good luck with that. But, again, you can’t unring the bell. Even if you really wanted to. And he doesn’t really want to.

34 Responses

You’re right, Debbie, when you say that there is no way to verify Milad’s info. This is across the board. Do you think that when CIS requests info from [insert country here] that they get all the pertinent info?
Wait until amnesty kicks in. We’ll see more fake $#!¥ than you shake a stick at which says that Pedro, or Milad, or whomever, is the most upstanding citizen in his community and that’s why they shipped him off to U.S.
p.s. can’t wait for all the bunk medical documents that say that they’re specimens of health too.

nadie on February 25, 2015 at 7:20 pm

The timing of these hearings is suspicious. They come right at the time that the Republican party is making a phony pretense of opposing Obama’s amnesty order.

Of course the Republicans are not really objecting to the substance of the order, but merely the method by which it was instituted.

The hearings, coinciding with this phony opposition are meant to make the base think that the Republicans want to do something about illegals.

Little Al on February 25, 2015 at 8:34 pm

More bricks being laid in the demise of the United States. Islam has the White House. Islam is growing its population here by leaps and bounds, and also its influence in communities and municipalities.

We get attacked, we have no more guns, and while the smoke is still rising from the ground, several million of our neighbors take over our highways and byways, villages, towns and cities. Presto, with the United States under subjugation, enter worldwide slavery.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 25, 2015 at 11:43 pm

We need to START by not giving any Sharia Law Contract binding authority in the USA. We need to move NEXT by printing cartoons of Muhammad all over the place and revoking the green cards of the Imams who complain who are not US citizens, and stop apologizing for offending Muslims.

Christians are supposed to man up under “Piss Christs,” and we Jews are supposed to put up with all sorts of crap—I DON’T CARE about Muslim feelings. Man up and deal with it, or LEAVE and go back to your Islamic CRAPHOLES like Somalia. We have freedom of speech her, and that means freedom to be offended, asshats!

Occam's Tool on February 26, 2015 at 12:53 am

@ Occam’s Tool- how serious is the jeckyll and Hyde Syndrome. Is it bipolar on Steroids? Or much worse?

Inquisitor on February 26, 2015 at 1:33 am

Well, in order to do something about it he’d have to explain why he’s opposing the first black president of the USA that’s just doing the same thing Bush did. So Democrats love to tell us at the same time they brand Republicans reactionary bigots.

That would take more courage and time than most people have apparently.

You can’t go against the Democrat party and the partisan media in the USA any more and that’s the real reason America is taking a nose dive like UK.
In the UK people might vote conservative but they generally don’t mention it in public.

In ten years that might be America but it won’t be because politicians play the politics of least resistance. That hasn’t changed.

thatsallfolks on February 26, 2015 at 5:15 am

Now this post – as opposed to the first one I commented under – is at least much more palatable, proving you CAN write and present a point, sans the nasty.

Though still not my cup of tea, I’m a strong supporter of free speech (just not hate speech) and I like to make my decisions after reading all sides of an issue.

I also like to try to find at least one thing I can agree with the author on, if I can, while I’m here, and it is this – Homeland Security needs work.

I remember back in 2002, my husband and I vacationed in Mexico and brushed easily through the security and customs turnstiles at the airport, with absolutely no one in the “manned booths” beside them. I remember thinking, “It’s just been a year, if terrorists wanted in, they could just fly through Mexico to Florida – it’s harder to get out of this country than it is to get in!”

(That was NOT a statement on immigration, by the way, it just surprised me how easy it was to pass through international airport security in Florida in 2002, just a year after 9/11.)

Granted, they were having severe weather in Florida that day and perhaps we just came through on an off day.

Regardless, just 2 years later, living in Florida at the time, I was seeing my 12-year-old off to visit family at the airport, when we realized she’d forgotten her flying companion, a small stuffed bunny, in the car. Leaving her momentarily with the pre-arranged airline-company flight companion, I ran-walked back to get her other flight buddy.

Of course, that resulted in my being stopped and wanded from head to toe, despite my complexion, or the fact that because we were running late that hot August morning, I’d thrown on a spaghetti-strap tank top, cut-off shorts and flip flops. There’d be nowhere to hide anything dangerous, except perhaps the stuffed white bunny?

Considering the creepiness factor of guy who wanded me, I’m pretty sure it wasn’t the stuffed bunny OR the run-walking as suspicion of terrorism that were the reasons I was stopped and wanded 😉

Ah, now there were our tax dollars well spent – an actual terrorist could walk right past, whilst creepy airport security is busy “checking” us out instead.

Chrystal Smith on February 26, 2015 at 9:27 am

    This is for that crashing bore Chrystal Smith, our latest fill-in for Charlie Brown’s teacher.

    Thanks for boring us with your agreement with DS. We are well aware that broken clocks are right 2Xs per day. We are NOT impressed with the same-old-same-old slop you’re serving up. It’s cute that you think it’s a gourmet meal when all it is-is stale crackers & cold soup to us.

    Nobody cares what you think. Put your bona fides up to DS’ & if you surpass her we sure would care but I reckon you won’t even be on the same planet let alone building.

    We have heard the spew you projectile vomit over and over. Sorry, you’re not covering ground we haven’t been exposed to before. Of course you think you are thou’, LOLOL!

    Thanks for boring us with your little Chevy Chase “Vacation” tale. You’re so far back in the weeds nobody cares.

    And if you hate “nasty” you must really love reading boring writers & clearly don’t appreciate writers who add spice to their already interesting writings. I’m sure your local adult education program has writing appreciation classes you can take. Enroll NOW!

    Skunky on February 26, 2015 at 12:09 pm

Read all sides? But then, as they say, an open mind is an empty mind.

Little Al on February 26, 2015 at 10:02 am

    Little Al, I believe I was talking to Debbie, but I’m assuming your “read all sides” comment was directed at my mine, which stated that I like to “read all sides” of an issue so I can make an informed decision?

    So…would you prefer that I NOT be open-minded enough to at least listen to what Debbie, or you, has to say?

    Nope, sorry – comment here or not, I’m still going to listen to all viewpoints, not just people that agree with me, because they challenge me to think in new ways.

    Besides, don’t we have enough of that possible solution-blocking stuff in Congress and this country already, from both parties?

    I believe in Freedom of Speech for both “sides”, agree with them myself or not – so sue me.

    But I what I won’t do is allow the sort of person who operates in insulting my intelligence as a way to bully me into agreeing with them to work, I’m too independent minded.

    In fact, all that sort of thing does is push me further away from hearing what you have to say – but good luck with that strategy with other commenters:)

    Chrystal Smith on February 26, 2015 at 10:28 am

      Even though your comment was directed at Debbie, it was posted publicly, and therefore is open to comment by others.

      I don’t really care whether you agree with me or not. It just seems to me that a person who has reached intellectual maturity, while open to arguments from others, has developed a basic framework in looking at issues that allows exclusion of certain arguments and points of view that are so far outside that framework as to appear meaningless.

      Intellectual maturity also means having the sophistication and discrimination to understand when certain ‘arguments’ are self-serving.

      For instance, I don’t really need to read viewpoints that charge Netanyahu with undermining the Israel-U.S. relationship, when it is clear that all the impetus comes from Obama.

      Your snide comments towards Debbie in your first paragraph make me believe nothing would really be lost if you stopped reading and commenting on her posts.

      Unfortunately, the poor grammatical construction of your final lines make it difficult for me to respond to them.

      Little Al on February 26, 2015 at 11:29 am

      I’m too independent minded.

      You’re a neo-p.c. puppet regurgitating the same old trite pablum, but cloaked as faux “independent” mantra.

      In fact, all that sort of thing does is push me further away from hearing what you have to say

      L.A. didn’t appear to be trying to change your mind. Once again your artificially high feelings of self-esteem have blurred your already vapid perspective.

      No one cares what you believe or choose to “hear.” The regulars here call ’em as they see ’em and your vacuousness leaps off the page in your remarks.

      DS_ROCKS! on February 26, 2015 at 12:02 pm

If we all said pleasant things, our words would need no First Amendment protections. But, that’s what our society now foists on us with PC obligations when we talk in public. Do you think that changes what people think, Chrystal?
Thank goodness we have people like you who go along with this principle. Although you aren’t standing at Miami International Airport with a wand in your hand, you pretty much did the same thing in your comment to Debbie Schlussel when you stated Debbie’s remarks constitute hate speech. At least you make it more pallatible by doing so in your tank top and Daisy Duke Shorts.

nadie on February 26, 2015 at 10:30 am

    Lol! Nadie, you made me laugh and made a good point, so I can’t argue it too much with you 🙂

    It may surprise you to know that I agree with you, no one should be forced through government action into changing their attitude, it just forces people to become private arses and passive-aggressive in their actions -just like no one should be forced or bullied into changing their attitude here.

    However, if behaviors that harm or restrict others are a result from those attitudes, then I think government intervention may be appropriate.

    Speaking of which, actually, at least above, I wasn’t referring to Debbie’s speech regarding hate, I was talking about the only time I think intervention is appropriate, when it’s hate speech and results in harmful action, which thus far has not happened.

    Otherwise, Debbie has the right to say whatever she wants and I should have the right to respond if I disagree – no one should be silenced unless they incite harmful action – that’s my definition of hate speech, but that’s the problem, we can’t all seem to agree on that.

    But as Voltaire said, “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”

    Now, I don’t want this comment section to become about what I say, so Debbie, back to you in Detroit. Thank you for allowing my voice here as well and best of luck:)

    Chrystal Smith on February 26, 2015 at 10:52 am

      It’s really fitting that you choose to cite Voltaire, one of the foremost anti-Semites of his time.

      Little Al on February 26, 2015 at 11:31 am

      @Chryatal’s meth
      Thanks for opening the door to your amazingly boring life and sharing fascinatting insights from your $1.95 K-Mart guide to morality and censorship for aspiring soccer moms.

      thatsallfolks on February 26, 2015 at 4:42 pm

THANK YOU, nadie!!! You noted what I did, and said what I wanted to, WAY better than I could if I lived to be 1,000. No Blond(e) Ignition needed here. I’m off to the rest of my day.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 26, 2015 at 10:43 am

Rep. Mike McCall is someone who confronts Islam for photo op purposes only. There are many in the GOP like that.

Worry on February 26, 2015 at 10:55 am

Well then, Ms. Smith obviously wasn’t just trolling. Nice of her to stand in for an actual discussion and clarification. Thank you.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 26, 2015 at 11:42 am

Thanks, Alfredo. Although booty shorts do distract me from the topic of Debbie’s nasty posts, this particular one always strikes a nerve with me. This topic is the original reason that I started coming to this site to see truthful statements, as opposed to the nice media reports that generally omit facts about illegal aliens, amnesty, etc.
Even worse, it should be noted that the sheep dogs who formerly aired out their opinions here were neutered and make lovely lap dogs now.
Chrystal’s agreement with me does nothing to soothe my soul. And, I agree with her that DHS needs work. It’s the pinnacle of irony, though, that she called Debbie out, on another topic I gather, so as not to be so nasty.

nadie on February 26, 2015 at 1:35 pm

    I don’t take Chrystal seriously because other than her post being tired & cliched (all the while she thinks she’s enlightening us) she big-noted about her clothes she was wearing. Nobody cares about that. This isn’t a video venue.

    Hey narcissists. Nobody cares what you look like or the clothes you wear. This isn’t a drag-queen website.

    Her hidden agenda annoys me more than her silly & hackneyed point.

    Skunky on February 26, 2015 at 3:15 pm

      Nobody cares what you look like or the clothes you wear. This isn’t a drag-queen website.

      Amen. Idi-ettes like Chrysler Snif quickly learn that if they try to assert that they’re “pretty -n- sexy” (said in creepy sexy baby-doll voice) on Internet forums that they’ll be coddled and drooled over (which sadly works much of the time.)

      Of course, it’s lost on them that it’s an anonymous site and that “Chrystal” is in fact probably morbidly obese, a man, or both. Judging by its handle, if it is a woman, she’s most assuredly a sad, decrepit, pole dancer.

      DS_ROCKS! on February 26, 2015 at 3:49 pm

    Riiiiight. That “hate speech” thing was what got me going, but as I said, you nailed it better than I ever could.

    As for Daisy Duke shorts, Catherine Bach had a beautiful face and ZERO ass, which made the shorts kind of silly. I have no idea what Chrystal looks like, but for the record, a brunette with a Porterhouse ass and thighs, about 5’2″ to 5’5″, could distract me from a nuclear explosion a block away, LOL!!!

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on February 26, 2015 at 11:43 pm

Give it to them Crystal, give them hell, and I’m sure you didn’t mean anything by the Voltaire comment. Many of these people on here want you to know everything about everybody. I didn’t know he was an Anti Semite, so give it a rest people.

Give them Hell on February 26, 2015 at 4:24 pm

    Give them Hell, you sound like BigD, with one of his changing handles to avoid the scorn of regulars here.

    skzion on February 26, 2015 at 4:45 pm

      Yeah, Big Dummy strikes again. Missed your post SK

      thatsallfolks on February 26, 2015 at 4:50 pm

      Give them Hell, you sound like BigD, with one of his changing handles to avoid the scorn of regulars here.

      Ha! Very astute, skzion. You’re absolutely right – that’s BigD(umba$$), for sure. What a jacka$$.

      DS_ROCKS! on February 26, 2015 at 5:16 pm

    @dumb as hell
    Nothing more predictable in this world than indignant ignorance.
    Big D is that you again?

    thatsallfolks on February 26, 2015 at 4:48 pm

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“Hi my name is Chrystal and I rock at life”.
by snowgoddess12 February 02, 2010

And here I thought our Chrystal, who made her first appearance on the Bob Simon thread (http://www.debbieschlussel.com/77169/bob-simon-anti-israel-self-hating-jew-who-also-lied-about-us-in-vietnam-rih/), just had a baby mama who couldn’t spell.

Chrystal, you are the most boring participant here ever. I thought, in error, that no one could offer boring with such intensity as yours.

Skunky et al., my eyes glaze over after the first couple of sentences of a Chrystal post. While our dimwit thought this spoke to my having “the attention span of a gnat,” I question this interpretation, as I am now on page 900 of Proust’s In Search of Lost Time.

skzion on February 26, 2015 at 4:43 pm

    …no one could offer boring with such intensity as yours.


    DS_ROCKS! on February 26, 2015 at 5:11 pm

So glad I am not the only one bored & annoyed with Chrystal Smith…the hot fun in the summertime clothes braggart. And her little stuffed bunny, too!!!

And I wanna have a go at “Big Dumb Dinky” who has played games here from the get-go. That is why he has ZERO credibility & nobody cares about his opinions in his shyster posts.

BDD, just go plan another BUAN meeting…and don’t forget your library card, G!

Skunky on February 26, 2015 at 5:40 pm

Ah, I was hoping Chrystal would make it interesting, but I think she fizzled. Meh

Meh on February 26, 2015 at 5:40 pm

Chrystal Smith does offer up an interesting case study of one weighing what it is they should feel and therefore saying they feel it.
Her long –less than compelling–posts,by half way in, have me wishing a bell would go off signaling the end of the bout.

lee of the lower case "l" on February 26, 2015 at 7:52 pm

Muzzies from just about everywhere are the problem, but people refuse to see it! The Bosnians, Kazakhs, Uzbeks in this story, and I’m sure there are others from Malaysia, Bangadesh, Turkey, Albania, Tunisia, Morocco, Qatar, you name it!

Infidel on February 26, 2015 at 10:08 pm

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