Progressives’ passivity in the face of Islamic terrorism is not a consistent philosophy. It is rather the outcome of their commitment to open borders at any cost. That ideology has taken too many lives and must be overcome. -Heather Mac Donald
Crime, Immigration, Terrorism
A man believed to be the suspect in an attack that injured five people in Edmonton over the weekend was detained days after arriving in the United States from Mexico, U.S. officials said.
Abdullahi Hassan Sharif, who sources say is the same person as Abdulahi Hasan Sharif, the man charged with attempted murder after a knife and vehicle attack in Edmonton on Sept. 30, entered the United States at a pedestrian crossing near San Diego, California in 2011, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)...
On July 12, 2011, Sharif arrived at the San Ysidro port of entry on foot with no documents and no legal status to enter the U.S., said CBP spokeswoman Jacqueline Wasiluk.
Crime, Violence, Immigration, Terrorism
In this court filing, provided exclusively here at Pajamas Media, prosecutors admit that Dhakane, who ran a human smuggling ring based in Brazil for the Somali Al-Shabaab terrorist group, transported “violent jihadists” into the country...
In the DOJ sentencing memorandum, federal prosecutors explain that Dhakane knowingly smuggled violent jihadists into the country:
He admits that he knowingly believed he was smuggling violent jihadists into the United States with the full knowledge that if the decision was made by the SDGT, for which he was associated with in the past, to commit terrorist acts in the United States, these jihadists would commit violent acts in and against the United States.
Liberal, Crime, Narrative, Immigration, Terrorism, Islam, Drugs
Dear Secretary Napolitano:
Former intelligence officials have suggested that Hezbollah has increased its presence in Central and South America, and are now operating in Mexico and on our southern border. Even more troubling is that I believe Hezbollah and the drug cartels may be operating as partners on our border.
Liberal, Crime, Narrative, Immigration, Terrorism, Islam
U.S. border guards got a surprise when they searched a Mexican BMW and found a hardline Muslim cleric - banned from France and Canada - curled up in the boot.
Said Jaziri, who called for the death of a Danish cartoonist that drew pictures of the prophet Mohammed, was being smuggled into California when he was arrested, along with his driver Kenneth Robert Lawler.