[Rushtalk] More than 30 Immigrants Admitted to the U.S. Recently Implicated in Terrorism

John A. Quayle blueoval57 at verizon.net
Mon Feb 15 17:30:40 MST 2016

         At what point do we say, "enough is enough?!?"

At 01:51 PM 2/15/2016, you wrote:

>More than 30 Immigrants Admitted to the U.S. Recently Implicated in Terrorism
>Description: A Border Patrol agent arrest an illegal immigrant
>In advance of the release of Congress’ year-end 
>spending package, the office of
>Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL)
>is highlighting some terrorists who were 
>recently granted access to the U.S. through the nation’s immigration system.
>In an email to reporters Tuesday, a Sessions 
>aide listed more than 30 examples of immigrants 
>admitted to the U.S. who were recently 
>implicated in terrorist activities. Sessions, 
>the chairman of the Subcommittee on Immigration 
>and the National Interest, and other 
>conservative lawmakers have warned against 
>passing a spending bill that does not place 
>limitations on admissions ­ in particular 
>refugee admission ­ to the U.S. “Congress must 
>cancel the President’s blank refugee check and 
>put Congress back in charge of the program. We 
>cannot allow the President to unilaterally 
>decide how many refugees he wishes to admit, nor 
>continue to force taxpayers to pick up the tab 
>for the tens of billions of unpaid-for welfare 
>and entitlement costs,” Sessions and Sen. 
>Richard Shelby (R-AL) , the chairman of the 
>Commerce, Justice, and Science Appropriations 
>subcommittee, said in a joint statement last 
>week.   The pair added that passing the spending 
>deal without limiting language “would put the 
>U.S. on a path to approve admission for hundreds 
>of thousands of migrants from a broad range of 
>countries with jihadists movements over the next 
>12 months, on top of all the other autopilot 
>annual immigration – absent language to reduce 
>the numbers.” The Sessions aide noted that the 
>30 examples are listed represented just a 
>“partial” inventory of recently implicated terrorist migrants. Read the list:
>from Uzbekistan was convicted of providing 
>material support and money to a designated 
>foreign terrorist organization. According to the 
>Department of Justice, he also procured 
>bomb-making materials in the interest of 
>perpetrating a 
>attack on American soil. (August 2015)
>-An immigrant from Albania, who applied for and 
>Permanent Resident status, was 
>to 16 years in prison for giving over $1,000 to 
>terrorist organizations in Afghanistan, and for 
>attempting to join a radical jihadist insurgent 
>group in Pakistan. (August 2015)
>-An immigrant from Egypt, who subsequently was 
>granted U.S. citizenship, was 
>with providing, and conspiring to provide, 
>material support to ISIS, for aiding and 
>abetting a New York college student in receiving 
>terrorist training from ISIS, and conspiring to 
>receive such training. (August 2015)
>-An immigrant from India, who applied for and 
>received Lawful Permanent Resident status by 
>virtue of his 
>to an American citizen, was 
>in federal court on charges of conspiring to 
>provide thousands of dollars to al-Qaeda in the 
>Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in order to assist them 
>in their global jihad, and on one count of 
>conspiracy to commit bank fraud. (November 2015)
>-A second immigrant from India, who is married 
>to a U.S. citizen, and who is the brother of the 
>individual listed above, was also 
>on charges of conspiring to provide thousands of 
>dollars to al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula 
>(AQAP) in order to assist them in their global 
>jihad, and on one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud. (November 2015)
>-An immigrant from Pakistan, who entered the 
>United States on a 
>visa, and subsequently became a Lawful Permanent 
>Resident, along with her husband, killed 14 
>people at a Christmas party, and wounded two 
>dozen, in the 
>terrorist attack on American soil since September 11, 2001. (December 2015)
>of Pakistani immigrants, along with his Pakistan 
>bride, murdered 14 coworkers, and wounded two 
>dozen, in that same terrorist attack.  His 
>Pakistani-born father has since been placed on the no-fly list.
>-An immigrant from Syria, who applied for and 
>received Lawful Permanent Resident status, and 
>then subsequently applied for and received U.S. 
>was charged with 
>night-vision goggles and rifle scopes from 
>America to a Syrian rebel group that fights 
>alongside and allies itself with an al-Qaeda affiliate. (December 2015)
>was arrested after encouraging several friends 
>to leave the United States and join ISIS, and 
>giving one individual over $200 for their 
>passport application. (December 2015)
>-An immigrant from Bangladesh, who applied for 
>and received U.S. 
>tried to incite people to travel  to Somalia and 
>conduct violent jihad against the United States. (June 2014)
>-An immigrant from Ghana, who applied for and 
>received U.S. citizenship, 
>allegiance to ISIS and plotted a terrorist attack on U.S. soil. (June 2015)
>-An immigrant from Sudan, who applied for and 
>received U.S. citizenship, 
>to join ISIS and wage jihad on its behalf after 
>having been recruited online. (June 2015)
>-A Bosnian refugee, along with his wife and five 
>money and supplies, and smuggled arms, to 
>terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq. (February 2015)
>-An immigrant from Yemen, who applied for and 
>received U.S. citizenship, 
>with six other men, was charged with conspiracy 
>to travel to Syria and to provide material support to ISIS. (April 2015)
>-A Somali immigrant with lawful permanent 
>resident status, along with four other Somali 
>charged with leading an al-Shabaab fundraising 
>conspiracy in the United States, with monthly 
>payments directed to the Somali terrorist organization. (July 2014)
>– A Kazakhstani immigrant with lawful permanent 
>resident status 
>to purchase a machine gun to shoot FBI and other 
>law enforcement agents if they prevented him 
>from traveling to Syria to join ISIS. (February 2015)
>-An immigrant from Saudi Arabia, who applied for 
>and received U.S. citizenship, 
>allegiance to ISIS and pledged to explode a 
>propane tank bomb on U.S. soil. (April 2015)
>-A Uzbek man in Brooklyn encouraged other Uzbeki 
>nationals to wage jihad on behalf of ISIS, and 
>$1,600 for the terror organization. (April 2015)
>-The Boston Bombers were 
>political asylum and were thus deemed legitimate 
>refugees. The younger brother applied for 
>citizenship and 
>naturalized on September 11th, 2012. The older 
>brother had a 
>application for citizenship. (April 2013)
>-A Moroccan national who came to the U.S. on a 
>student visa was arrested for 
>to blow up a university and a federal court house. (April 2014)
>– Numerous of Minnesota’s Somali-American 
>refugee community have recently been charged 
>with trying to join ISIS. The Washington Times 
>reported that “the effort [to resettle large 
>groups of Somali refugees in Minnesota] is 
>having the unintended consequence of creating an 
>enclave of immigrants with high unemployment 
>that is both 
>the state’s safety net and creating a rich pool 
>of potential recruiting targets for Islamist terror groups.” (February 2015)
>-An Uzbek refugee living in Idaho was arrested 
>and charged with providing support to a 
>terrorist organization, in the form of 
>terror recruits how to build bombs. (July 2015)
>-An American citizen whose family is from Syria 
>was sentenced for plotting to 
>ISIS and rob a gun store to kill members of the 
>American military. (April 2015)An immigrant from 
>Syria, who later applied for and received U.S. 
>citizenship, was accused by federal prosecutors 
>of planning to 
>to a military base in Texas and kill three or 
>four American soldiers execution style.” (April 2015)
>-A college student who immigrated from Somalia, 
>who later applied for and received U.S. 
>citizenship, attempted to 
>up a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Oregon. (October 2014)
>-An immigrant from Afghanistan, who later 
>applied for and received U.S. citizenship, and a 
>legal permanent resident from the Philippines, 
>were convicted for 
>Al Qaeda and the Taliban in order to kill Americans.” (September 2014)
>-An Iraqi immigrant, who later applied for and 
>received U.S. citizenship, was arrested for 
>to federal agents about pledging allegiance to 
>ISIS and his travels to Syria. (May 2015)
>-Two immigrants from Pakistan, who later applied 
>for and received U.S citizenship, were sentenced 
>to decades-long prison sentences for 
>to detonate a bomb in New York City. (2012)
>-An immigrant from Yemen, who later applied for 
>and received U.S. citizenship, was arrested for 
>to join ISIS. He was also charged with 
>attempting to illegally buy firearms to try to 
>shoot American military personnel. (September 2014)
>-An immigrant brought here by his family from 
>Kuwait at a young age, and who was later 
>for U.S. citizenship, carried out the Islamist 
>attack that recently killed 4 military personnel in Chattanooga. (July 2015)
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