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Thursday, December 24, 2015

Of course: British Muslim refused entry to the US is blaming Israel

Greetings from the United States.

Of course. A British Muslim family that was denied entry to the United States for a trip to Disneyland is blaming Israel (Hat Tip: Memeorandum).
It has also been suggested the move by US authorities could be due to Mr Mahmood's brother having been refused entry to Israel eight years ago, but no official explanation has been given by the US Embassy.
Mr Mahmood later said his brother was refused entry to Tel Aviv when he flew there eight years ago, but the family were unsure whether that was linked to their refusal to fly last week.
Speaking at his Walthamstow home, he said: 'They are bringing out this thing that my brother was stopped at Tel Aviv.
'But if that was the case it should have been flagged up when we filled out our ESTAs - which was seven or eight weeks ago.
'He was touring a few countries nine or 10 years ago and decided to visit the Grand Mosque. Then he was stopped because he has a big beard, and that. It was not like he was prosecuted or convicted of anything afterwards.
'Maybe the authorities were being awkward. In the end he just came back home.'
Mr Mahmood's sister-in-law Sadaf Mahmood later told LBC radio that her husband was detained overnight in Israel before being put on a plane back to Britain, but the reason was never explained to them.
Just your typical normal family, right?

And then there's the Facebook page (pictured above)....
However, it has since emerged that a Facebook page claiming links to radical Islamist groups was set up by someone who has lived at the family's postal address, according to ITV News.

The account, which includes information suggesting it may have been published as a joke, was in the name of Hamza Hussain - a first name shared by Mr Mahmood's 18-year-old son. It reportedly lists the job titles 'supervisor at Taliban and leader at al-Qaeda'.
When asked about the account, Mr Mahmood believed hackers may have been to blame, adding: 'That could be anything, maybe a mistake.'
'The page is also linked to our home address and that could be coincidence. I don't know why it is linked there. The name is not even the same. The authorities must have linked it simply because of the name Hamza.'
Maybe Anonymous did it. Maybe Donald Trump (who is also being blamed) set it up.

Where there's smoke, there's usually fire. Stay tuned.  Bottom line: No one has the right to enter a country of which they are not a citizen or resident.

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At 3:59 AM, Blogger Denton said...

Thank you for another year of updates.

I pray you have a wonderful Christmas, and as usual, I pray for Israel and our Father's children.


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