This clearly must have been an error on the part of Homeland Insecurity. Their mission has been to kiss as much Muslim ass in the name of political correctness as possible to please the great Muslim appeaser, Barrack Hussein Obama.
Sheikh Ayed al-Qarni was scheduled to speak twice during the Muslim American-Society (MAS)/Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) national convention Dec. 22-25.
If they are serious and deny entry to one radical cleric why stop there? Wouldn’t it make sense to put most of the member nations of the U.N. that support and conduct terrorist actions on a similar list and never allow them diplomatic immunity again on American shores?
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
The International Project on Terrorism
The head of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) vows to complain to U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials after they blocked a radical Saudi cleric from entering the country this week to attend a national Islamist conference in Chicago.
But a statement released during the convention expressed “the unpleasant and saddening news” that al-Qarni had been removed from his flight from Saudi Arabia despite having a visa from the U.S. embassy, and that he appears to be on the U.S. “no-fly list.”
Al-Qarni is described as “one of our great speakers” and as someone known “for his logical discourse and balanced views, he promotes understanding and collaboration between all people, regardless of their faith, background, or language.”
Al-Qarni has advocated jihad in the past and his preaching on the subject has been described as influential among al-Qaida followers. (Complete article below)