Skip to comments.First Illegal Alien Arrested Under Alabama Immigration Law is From YEMEN
Posted on 10/03/2011 7:31:23 PM PDT by montag813
by John Hill
Stand With Arizona
For months, America has been told by left-wing non-profits like the Alien Criminals Liberation Union (ACLU), La Raza and LULAC, that Alabama's new immigration law H.B. 56, "targets Hispanics" and is "anti-Latino". Judge Sharon Lovelace Blackburn wisely ignored that rhetoric when she let stand (pending trial) the law's most critical section - having police check immigration status of individuals apprehended in a lawful stop or arrest.
Well, the very first such arrest has now occurred since the Judge's ruling. And - surprise, he is not from Mexico, or any other Latino American nation. He is Mohamed Ali Muflahi, 24, from...Yemen!
That's right, the same lovely nation where we just killed a terror-linked cleric with a drone missile, and the home of the "most dangerous branch" of Al-Qaeda, according to U.S. officials.
Muflahi was arrested for obstructing a government operation during a drug raid in Etowah County. He did not have documentation, and so his immigration status was checked - per the new law. It was determined he was in the U.S. illegally, and was "charged with violation of the immigration law."
We are waiting for the reaction of the usual (hysterical) suspects. But we can't say we are surprised. There has been a big uptick in illegal aliens who are "OTMs" (Other Than Mexicans), and thousands of people from terror-sponsoring nations have been apprehended at our borders in recent years, despite Janet Napolitano not wanting to discuss it.
And of course, 4 of the 19 hijackers on 9/11 had overstayed expired student or tourist visas, yet had evaded discovery - despite stops for speeding - because laws like Alabama's were not in effect.
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Well whaddya know.
I wonder if Rick Perry will call them heartless.
Family values don’t stop at the Gulf of Aden.
Now that there was funny.
Wow. Good bust.
It’s time for Americans to stand up and demand that the feds do the job we are paying them to do and start enforcing our immigration laws. If they fail to do their jobs, we need to “reform” their asses in 2012.
“I wonder if Rick Perry will call them heartless.”
If Alabama had a heart, they’d make him feel welcome while he goes off killing Americans, but they don’t - but then he is WELCOME IN TEXAS!!!
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Mo Brooks was just on Greta. Outstanding in his defense of the Alabama immigration bill and deportation.
EXCELLENT! I’m so sick of hearing how enforcing our laws against illegal immigration has nothing to do with real security, but is ONLY about *racism* against Mexicans/Hispanics/Latinos, etc...!
Also, I wonder what the scar on the dude’s forehead is from — looks an awful lot like a pitchfork!
Hmmm Mo Brooks was just on Greta. They are already saying many are pulling their illegal kids out of our schools. I say good.
Illegal is Not a Race, It is a Crime
This guy was from Yemen. Maybe a terrorist, that is scary. TX has tuition only and the students must apply for citenship and pay their own tuition. This is a TX passed with a veto proof majority by the TX Legislature. Not amnesty.
If we put a 1000 mile ocean between Yemen and the USA, the 1001 mile ladder business gets real good.
ILLEGAL aliens cannot apply for citizenship. They can apply for legal status (green card) but they cannot apply for citizenship.
Would his children be eligible for in-state tuition in Texas?
And maybe I’m a racist, but I think Muflahi is a funny last name.
Did he say there is a 99 Billion dollar tax shortfall (combined local, state, federal) as a result of hiring illegals?
Bullcrap. Quit spreading falsehoods.
We’re not stupid.
“Would his children be eligible for in-state tuition in Texas?”
Yea, if he show records that he’s been blowing up buildings here in Texas for three years (minimum), I think his kids would get a free ride (technically, in-state tuition).
But he has to still prove his residency for that long...so leaving some clues behind would help him with that.
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