Illegal Immigration

Winning! Palestinian Terrorist and Leader of Women’s March Stripped of U.S. Citizenship, Will Be Deported

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Justice! Sweet sweet justice.

Turns out that the Palestinian activist Rasmea Odeh, known for leading the ‘A Day Without a Woman’ march, is a former convicted terrorist in Isreal. Therefore she is also a liar seeing as none of this information was provide when procuring her Visa.

Rasmea Odeh will now be treated as she would’ve been had her honesty been involved in the first place. Known terrorist activity or involvement is a red flag and prohibits the acquisition of a Visa in America. As should have been done originally Rasmea Odeh will be returned to her home country of Jordan.

Via The Daily Caller:

Rasmea Odeh, 69, will avoid jail time as part of the deal, the Rasmea Defense Committee announced on Thursday.

“She will plead guilty to Unlawful Procurement of Naturalization, lose her U.S. citizenship, and be forced to leave the country, but will exit the U.S. without having to serve any more time in prison or ICE detention, a victory, considering that the government had earlier fought for a sentence of 5-7 years.”

An activist with the Arab American Action Network, Odeh was alleged to be a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a designated terror group. She was convicted in Israel in 1970 of taking part in two bombings the year before, one at a supermarket in Jerusalem and another at the British consulate. Two Israeli students were killed in the supermarket bombing. Nine were injured in the two blasts.

Do not come to this country illegally! That’s the bottom line. Every country in the world treats their borders this way. Why can’t we?

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1 Comment

  1. Nana

    March 24, 2017 at 11:24 pm

    I think she should serve jail time, too. But as long as she is deported and there is some way to flag her that she can NEVER return to the US, guess we will have to be satisfied with that.

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