Immigrant terrorists in the US, Part 2…

The refugees fleeing the Middle East are mostly (72%, or almost three-quarters) men, not the “widows and orphans” that OHNObama has told us to expect.  We also know that a large percentage of these men have a propensity toward terrorizing people not of the Islamic persuasion.

 

Bleeding-heart leftists are attempting to flood the U.S. with what they describe as “widows and orphans,” but the horrifying things actual refugees (who were already screened and cleared by the U.S. government) were arrested for has liberals scrambling to cover their tracks.

Breitbart reports that at least 12 vetted refugees have been charged with joining terror plots against the U.S., using their refugee status in an attempt to attack American civilians.

Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) has brought before Congress a list of a dozen refugees-turned-jihadist in an effort to halt the U.S.’s import of foreign migrants and refugees into the country.

Although the list doesn’t even include every refugee arrested for terrorist activity, the ones it contains should be evidence enough to cease the flow of migrants over our borders. The list of refugees and their charges are as follows:

Liban Haji Mohamed (Warrant for arrest) — as a Somali native who provided material support to terrorist groups al-Shabaab and al-Qaeda, Mohamed lived in Washington D.C. as a cab driver, but fled to East Africa in 2012 to join al-Shabaab. According to FBI Special Agent Carl Ghattas, Mohamed is an asset to the terrorist group, and could play a key roll in attacks on U.S. soil.

Abdinassir Mohamud Ibrahim (Criminal Complaint Indictment) — This Somali refugee was sentenced to 15 years in a federal prison for providing al-Shabaab with material support. Ibrahim’s family is made up of prominent Somali terrorists, but after falsifying his refugee application, he was able to assist the terror group while remaining int he U.S.

Abdullah Ramo Pazara (Indictment) — This Bosinian entered the U.S. as a refugee in 2013, fled to join ISIS (Daesh) just 11 days after gaining American citizenship. He claims to have participated in a jihad mission in which he slaughtered individuals and took a hostage. He is believed to be dead.

Ramiz Zijad Hodzic (Indictment) — Another Bosnian native, Hodzic entered the U.S. as a refugee and war hero. However, he was soon charged with conspiring to provide material support and resources to ISIS militants. His purchases included U.S. military uniforms, tactical gear, firearm accessories, and other military equipment.

Sedina Unkic Hodzic (Indictment) — The wife of Ramiz Zijad Hodzic, this Bosnian refugee conspired with her husband to privde ISIS resources and support from the comfort of her new American home. She spent much of her time shipping boxes of material to terrorists abroad, and collecting money from jihadists.

Armin Harcevic (Indictment) — Harcevic gained entrance to the U.S. as a Bosian refugee, only to use his status to aid Islamic terrorists abroad. Harcevic collected money and wired it straight to jihadists’ accounts overseas.

Refugees to the US need to be carefully screened...

Nihad Rosic (Indictment) — Another Bosnian refugee, Rosic gained U.S. citizenship, but this didn’t slow his aid to terrorist groups. As a truck driver, Rosic not only punched a woman in the face as she held her child, he also sent funds abroad to jihadists, attempted to join ISIS, and severely beat his then-girlfriend.

Mediha Medy Salkicevic (Indictment) — This Bosnian refugee privded support and resources to overseas terrorists, using her job at a cargo company to deal with items going in and out of Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. Salkicevic also raised funds from third parties and wired them to the accounts of Islamic jihadists.

Jasminka Ramic (Indictment) — Ramic is another Bosnian refugee-turned-jihadist who shamelessly received citizenship before using her new status to send money and resources to Muslim terrorists abroad.

Abdurahman Yasin Daud (Criminal Complaint Indictment) — This Kenyan refugee came to the U.S. as a child, but that didn’t deter him from attempting to provide support to ISIS. After gaining citizenship, Daud tried to get passports, cross into Mexico, and fly to Syria to join the Islamic terrorist group.

Guled Ali Omar (Criminal Complaint Indictment) — Also born in a Kenyan refugee camp and entering the U.S. as a child, Omar turned on his U.S. host, providing material support to ISIS. Omar left the U.S. in 2007 to fight for al-Shabaab, not long before one of his brothers, Mohamed Ali Omar, was convicted of threatening federal agents.

Fazliddin Kurbanov (Indictment and Superseding Indictment) — A native of Uzbekistan, Kurbanov was found guilty of attempting to provide support to a terrorist organization, and possession of an unregistered destructive device. Kurbanov is said to have converted to Christianity, but converted back to Islam after entering the U.S., spurring his motivation for terror.

The Tsarnaev brothers, who killed 3 and injured another 264 in the Boston Marathon bombing, were refugees to the U.S. from the Chechen conflict. Two of the Paris shooters used the Syrian refugee crisis to make their way into France, killing at least 130 and injuring 352. Waad Ramadan Alwan, a refugee to the U.S. from Iraq, was found guilty of conspiring to kill U.S. citizens with explosives, distributing information on the manufacture and use of IEDs, and trying to give material support to al-Qaeda. There are still countless other refugees and migrants who have used their access to the U.S. to breed terror.

Does anyone really think that a change in address somehow magically means a change in ideology?  If terrorists at home come to the US, they will be terrorists here. Does that not make sense to SOMEONE in Washington, DC?

 

[published by MAD WORLD NEWS]

 

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As always, posted for your edification and enlightenment by

NORM ‘n’ AL, Minneapolis
normal@usa1usa.com
612.239.0970

 

 

 

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