On Tuesday, the day following the Boston Marathon bombing, Boston officials detained Saudi national Abdulrahman Ali Alharbi a 20 year-old exchange student. He is believed to have entered the country on a student visa. Late yesterday Abdulrahman was cleared by federal officials in the Boston bombing. Here is his Facebook page. Abdulrahman Ali Alharbi
Comments: Full Article at this time. Something BAD is afoot.
Watch the video w Steve Emerson on Hnnity at the bottom - ´´Saudis are deported rather than arrested.´´ This is one of the guys, no doubt. But if so, this is an outrage. These perpetrators must be held responsible by OUR citizens.
Well, let´s see. Most if not all the 9/11 hijackers/terrorists were Saudi´s. Obama meets with the Saudis today. Quick deportation of Saudis. Hmmmmm...... Is our beloved president in league with Saudi Arabia?
This was essentially predicted by Walid Shoebat...former terrorist...at his website. This Saudi´s family is filled with AQ types. According to Shoebat, the Saudi´s did not want this particular dude to be arrested but rather sent home.
There are pictures at Shoebat´s website that show this ´student´ at the Marathon, hanging with two other ´students´. It is looking like there was an AQ cell with a half dozen or so involved.
Perhaps a quick look at the Arabic sources should raise the eyebrows of every American relative to the extent of the problem at hand. Many from Al-Harbi’s clan are steeped in terrorism and are members of Al-Qaeda. Out of a list of 85 terrorists listed by the Saudi government shows several of Al-Harbi clan to have been active fighters in Al-Qaeda
An excerpt from Daniel Greenfield´s article posted here:
I´m still wondering why this country has never bothered to sue the bejeebers out of Saudi Arabia for 9-11. But then I´m wondering how in blazes this country elected a man named Huseine as our very next president. Twice.
The president pushed for a heavy handed gun control law,justified, he said, "even if it saves only one life" That argument could be made about banning students from muslim countries - especially Saudi Arabia.
The order came down after the news leaked that they had a "suspect", that suspect got a "get out of jail" card and is going back to Saudi, never to be heard from again, ...Boston, Obama gave him back him back to the Saudis.!! ...This will blow up..will anything come of it? we shall see..
#17, There were also stories of Saudi students who left immediately and who seemed to have known something was afoot DAYS earlier. #7 Unfortunately, Walid Shoebat, Brigitte Gabrielle trying to tell Americans the truth.
Of course, the Saudi is gone. He is given "protection", plus they want to take the heat off any connection with Islam. Obama tells us no one is should besmirch the name of Islam or any of its followers. It is the religion of peace. That is what our government tells us no matter how many times people are killed and maimed in the name of its prophet. Remember, Nidal Hassan...workplace violence.
Reminds me of the plane that was shot down off the East coast during the bubba clinton administration....
Witnesses said they saw a glare go from ground to airplane and then the airplane exploded. (like a rocket) The goooooberment said -- after months and all evidence had cooled off -- that it was a mal/function in the plane....
Oh no -- the witnesses were right. bubba clinton´s cronies in DC couldn´t have a terrorist attack on his watch -- so the witnesses were dismissed and the lie went out to the country. AND Mrs. bubba says about Benghazi -- "it doesn´t matter"....
Sound familiar? AND WE will all be accused of being "nuts".....
Don´t expect the MSM to publish any information that might negatively impact the current Administration. Which brings me to an important question. Why do we still give special Constitutional protection to the MSM? They are without doubt the most dangerous enemy the Constitution has ever had. The MSM and Political Correctness are killing (have killed?) this country. The MSM and their most effective tool, PC, will not allow our elected leaders to even name our sworn mortal enemy. If we can´t name them how can we defend against them? Answer: We can´t.
sincerely hope 29 and I are not the only ldotters listening to Glenn Beck. Just announced that there are now meetings and considerations to block the deportation of the Saudi national. There might be patriots in our gov´t after all. This DID NOT HAPPEN after 9/11. interesting developments indeed...
It takes years for Homeland Security to get individual illegal aliens deported through the immigration courts, but here we have a Saudi legally here on a student visa and they are deporting him in one day?
This has to be one of the most interesting threads here EVER... from the standpoint of the immediate importance of the topic and the comments...
Also, #28, appreciate your thinking... one of the best summarizations of what we have to deal with here...
(And why it is that Rush Limbaugh actually BELIEVES the conclusions of the infamous Warren Commission Report when its own actual contents gives away the lie... simply beyond me... Rush understands the false conclusions on Global Warming are fictionalized despite the data... cannot he see that Lyin´ Lyndon lied 50 years ago, too?)
The guest on Hannity named Emmerson blurted out that Saudi students have a deal where they are never prosecuted here but deported back to Saudi Arabia. This status is the equivalent of diplomatic immunity. A diplomat is never prosecuted for crimes because the USA foresaw that the soviet union could always frame their people for crimes in the USSR so they insisted on diplomatic immunity so as to not get into playing that game. Saudi student jihadi´s have this status and this is an example of it. Obama´s vow that whoever did this will feel the full weight of the law will have to be repudiated. What is needed now is some white guy, a veteran who always serves his country perhaps, to take the fall and solve Obama´s problem. Any volunteers!
I´m very late to this thread, but on Bret Baier´s show, they are saying there are two different students. One is the guy the FBI questioned and cleared, the other is the one being "sent home". Anybody else got info on this?
Just a bit ago I saw the pictures of the two they are trying to identify. Right before that I went to the URL that someone posted showing the Saudi in the hospital, smiling like the cat that ate the canary. Funny~the one in the hospital looks (to me) just like the one who is wearing his white hat backwards.
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