DC Judge Revokes Jihadi’s Citizenship
April 21, 2017 by Pamella Geller
Citing immigration irregularities and numerous lies on various applications, the US government has revoked the citizenship of a suspected al Qaeda terrorist. This is excellent news, and should be done with every Muslim who has been convicted of jihad terror activity here or abroad.
A confessed al-Qaida operative who recruited other naturalized U.S. citizens to commit attacks and helped Egyptian terrorists avoid detection by running a communications hub from his northern California home has been stripped of U.S. citizenship by a federal district judge in Washington, D.C.
A former Silicon Valley car salesman, al Dahab lived in California for 12 years. He married in the U.S. three times and fathered five children, according to court records and a 2001 news report. His naturalization application was approved in December 1996, and he became a U.S. citizen in February 1997…
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