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    The Dream Act: Illegal Alien arrested in Washington Planning to Kill Americans

    A 29-year-old Moroccan man was arrested Friday in the U.S. Capitol as he tried to detonate a suicide vest. El Khalifi came to the U.S. when he was 16 years old and is unemployed. He had overstayed his visitor visa, which expired in 1999, and lived illegally in the US for last decade.



    I wonder if he had a drivers license and birth certificate?

    Read more: Terror suspect arrested near Capitol in FBI sting - Yahoo! News

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    Don't you just love our media know that Obama and his regime have told the FBI and other law agencies not to describe any suspect as a muslim?

    So you have to listen and/or read carefully to find this information out.

    Hey, now the FBI considers people, white people, like me, terrorists.
    And islamics as at worse people of interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    Don't you just love our media know that Obama and his regime have told the FBI and other law agencies not to describe any suspect as a muslim?

    So you have to listen and/or read carefully to find this information out.

    Hey, now the FBI considers people, white people, like me, terrorists.
    And islamics as at worse people of interest.
    Please don't use the "M" word

    9/11 hijackers were illegal aliens; Senate bill would have given them a loophole

    In the aftermath of 9/11, we learned that five of the 19 hijackers had violated federal immigration laws while they were in the United States. In other words, they were illegal aliens. Amazingly, in the months before the attack, four of those five terrorists were stopped by local police for speeding. All four could have been arrested—if the police officers had realized that they were illegal aliens...
    http://24ahead.com/blog/archives/005283.html

    Silent Invasion of Illegal Alien terrorists and their Anchor Babies



    Illegal Aliens deface Vietnam War Memorial


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    The 14th Amendment is widely misinterpreted and the orignal intent needs to be legally clarified. It was originally put in place by Republicans in 1868 just after the Civil War. The intent was to turn all the former slaves into citizens. The problem was that Lincoln freed the slaves, but many of the Democrat controlled southern states did not make them citizens. They were free, but not citizens. Because it had been illegal to bring slaves into the country since the 1820s, the thinking was that almost all former slaves in the country had been born here and therefore became citizens under the 14th Amendment.

    The 14th Amendment never did have anything to do with babies of immigrants being born here, but that is what happens when you cannot anticipate things like this happening.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    The 14th Amendment is widely misinterpreted and the orignal intent needs to be legally clarified. It was originally put in place by Republicans in 1868 just after the Civil War. The intent was to turn all the former slaves into citizens. The problem was that Lincoln freed the slaves, but many of the Democrat controlled southern states did not make them citizens. They were free, but not citizens. Because it had been illegal to bring slaves into the country since the 1820s, the thinking was that almost all former slaves in the country had been born here and therefore became citizens under the 14th Amendment.

    The 14th Amendment never did have anything to do with babies of immigrants being born here, but that is what happens when you cannot anticipate things like this happening.
    The issue is that the person born in the US must be "subject to the jurisdiction thereof". So, if a US serviceman's wife (American Citizen) has a child in Germany, Japan, Korea etc., the child is a US citizen. Because, the child is under US jurisdiction. The same applies to US citizens that are on student visas, tourist visas etc.

    The crazy thing is that women from China are coming to the US to give birth and then immediately fly back to China. The same thing applies to women from Mexico crossing the border on a travel visa to give birth.

    14th Amendment

    Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

    Anwar al-Awlaki was born in the US while his father was a student at New Mexico State University in 1971. An afterwards earned a a doctorate at the University of Nebraska, and worked at the University of Minnesota from 1975 to 1977.


    Al-Awlaki returned to the U.S state of Colorado in 1991 to attend college. He earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Colorado State University (1994), where he was President of the Muslim Student Association.[47] He attended the university on a foreign student visa and a government scholarship from Yemen, apparently by claiming to be born in that country, according to a former U.S. security agent.


    He spent a summer of his college years training with the Afghan mujahideen.


    In 1998 and 1999, he served as Vice President for the Charitable Society for Social Welfare (CSSW), later accused by the FBI of being "front organization to funnel money to terrorists".[51][65] Though the FBI investigated Awlaki from June 1999 through March 2000 for possible links to Hamas, Bin Laden contact Ziyad Khaleel, and a visit by an associate of Omar Abdel Rahman,


    When police investigating the 9/11 attacks raided the Hamburg, Germany, apartment of Ramzi bin al-Shibh (the "20th hijacker"), al-Awlaki's telephone number was found among bin al-Shibh's personal contact information.


    Fort Hood shootings suspect Nidal Malik Hasan was investigated by the FBI after intelligence agencies intercepted at least 18 e-mails between him and al-Awlaki between December 2008 and June 2009.[136] Even before the contents of the e-mails were revealed, terrorism expert Jarret Brachman said that Hasan's contacts with al-Awlaki should have raised "huge red flags". According to Brachman, al-Awlaki is a major influence on radical English-speaking jihadis internationally.[137] The Wall Street Journal reported that "There is no indication Mr. Awlaki played a direct role in any of the attacks, and he has never been indicted in the U.S."[106]


    Al-Awlaki and Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the suspected al-Qaeda attempted bomber of Northwest Airlines Flight 253 on December 25, 2009, had contacts according to a number of sources. In January 2010, CNN reported that U.S. "security sources" said that there is concrete evidence that al-Awlaki was Abdulmutallab's recruiter and one of his trainers, and met with him prior to the attack.[150] In February 2010, al-Awlaki admitted in an interview published in al-Jazeera that he taught and corresponded with Abdulmutallab, but denied having ordered the attack.[151][152][153]


    Sharif Mobley


    Alleged al-Qaeda member Sharif Mobley, who is charged with having killed a guard during a March 2010 escape attempt in Yemen, left his home in U.S state of New Jersey to seek out al-Awlaki, hoping that al-Awlaki would become his al-Qaeda mentor, according to senior U.S. security officials as reported by CNN.[177] He was in contact with al-Awlaki, according to officials from the U.S. and Yemen, The New York Times reported.[178] A Yemeni embassy spokesman in Washington, D.C., said he was not surprised by al-Awlaki's apparent links to Mobley, calling al-Awlaki: "a fixture in jihad 101".[179]
    [edit]Times Square bomber


    Faisal Shahzad, convicted of the attempted car bombing of Times Square in May 2010, told interrogators that he was "inspired by" al-Awlaki. Shahzad said he was moved to action, at least in part, by al-Awlaki's English-language writings calling for holy war against Western targets, and he was a "fan and follower" of al-Awlaki.[180][181] On May 6, 2010 ABC News reported that unknown sources told them Shahzad made contact with al-Awlaki over the internet, a claim that could not be independently verified.[182][183]


    [edit]Stabbing of British former minister Stephen Timms
    After becoming radicalized by online sermons of al-Awlaki, Roshonara Choudhry stabbed British former Cabinet Minister Stephen Timms in May 2010. On November 4, 2010, she was sentenced at the Old Bailey in London to life imprisonment for attempted murder.[184]


    Anwar al-Awlaki - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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