These "diplomats" were in fact clerics and academics here on diplomatic passports not practicing any form of diplomatic work, rather engaged in teaching Arabic language for non-Arabic speaking people as well s for preaching the Islamic religion in America.
Apparently it took the State Dept nearly 3 years post 9/11 to simply enforce our passport regulations, as it pertains to Saudis, of course.
The bottom line.
I've had it with "charitable" foundations. There isn't any charitable intent on the part of these creeps in the least. The principles of Wahabbism are in opposition to the Constitution. Its adherents use Constitutional protections for religions to undermine the essential liberties of others. Their goal is to destroy utterly, every principle upon which this nation stands. They must not be allowed to practice religious sedition.
I am certain that there are limits upon the charters of non-profit foundations that call for them to abide by our laws. It's high time to invoke the charge of criminal sedition should these people choose to promulgate their influence. It is bad enough that they play such a prominent role in our prisons. Radical Islam, a fraudulent religion born in Babylonian paganism, inflicts a latent psychosis, a violent and abusive predisposition; it must not allowed to propagate.
I well understand how devilish is the judicial peril between regulating the free exercise of a religion that practices sedition and the threat of government intrusion into other religious life. We've already crossed that bridge and had better learn to deal with it.